“Joe has been marked safe,” said campaign chairman Jennifer O’Malley Dillon. “And I’m used to this kind of weirdness after chairing Beto’s failed campaign, so there’s no need to be alarmed.”
“This land is your land, this land is my land, and legal precedent says I may not have the human right to live on the sidewalk and shout violent obscenities as a Senator, but I do as a homeless person,” Schumer said.
“The economic establishment and the political establishment is trying to sabotage our revolution,” Sanders said. “But now, with Crimson Dynamo at my side, we will show America the true power of Socialist technology!”
“Why that crummy rat!” said The Thing, putting his arm around Biden. “He’s gotta be settin’ me up — fer a trap! ‘n’ if he thinks I’m gonna fall for it — he’s freakin’ right!”
Obama spokeswoman Katie Hill said “his memoir contains disinformation clearly designed to suppress turnout among minority voters” and “any Democrat who owns a copy should immediately burn it in their backyard.”
“It’s really important for me to tell nine-year-old children who might not be gay tomorrow that their pride in being gay is the center of gravity that holds this country together,” said the former mayor of South Bend.
Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign told NBC News on Wednesday that the candidate would “*NOT*” be standing on a box during the Wednesday debate.