Just consider the track record of the Grand Old Party over the last few months:
Senate members, she went on to say, don't appreciate that "there is not only strength in compromise, courage in conciliation and honor in consensus."
If Congress doesn't move and renew jobless benefits by Feb. 29, millions of workers and their families will drown in a sea of worry, debt, foreclosure, homelessness and perhaps even worse.
The Republicans conveniently forget that they started the class war - and they've been winning it for years.
It beats me what is really going through the minds of the House Republicans. I am inclined to conclude it's sewage.
Medicare, from its inception, has been under attack by the private, profit-hungry insurance industry and the political far right.
The defense spending bill includes a provision allowing for the indefinite detention without trial of al-Qaida suspects and their allies.
The GOP vote against President Obama's nominee to the Consumer Financial Protection Board was to sabotage the agency.
Financial industry insiders are grousing about a big downturn in annual bonuses. They should be thanking about the rest of us.
The Republican Party is excoriating everyone from the president to the occupiers of cities around the country for fanning the flames of "class warfare."