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Schumer: “We decided to do it every Friday night…(laughing) it was a lot more fun than flying home on weekends. I called my wife and said we had to work extra late. I think she bought it, but let’s hope she didn’t hear Orin Hatch singing during the beer pong game.”
Cabrera: “Senators played beer pong?”
McConnell: “It was a ripping good time. Senator Angus King from Maine had the idea. He went to Dartmouth where it’s an intramural sport. He had balls and cups and everything in his desk.”
Kelley: “For the first time since President Thomas Jefferson derided a chess tournament within his cabinet in the early 1800s has a U.S. President criticized a popular American sport. In a rally Friday night in Alabama and later in several Tweets, President Trump repeatedly condemned professional football players for kneeling during the National Anthem in protest for the unequal treatment of African Americans.”
Watson: “I was wondering what was happening. I had a few games on without sound Sunday because I’ve got this super cool new playlist on Spotify, and kept seeing all these players and people locking arms.”
Cooney: “In a speech to the United Nations this week, you referred to Kim Jung Un of North Korea as ‘Rocket Man’, and in a Tweet last night, you referred to him as ‘Little Rocket Man.’ What do you say about that?”
Trump: “The liberal media is full of Fake News. All of you, including SNN. You know it, and I know it, trust me on that.”
Cooney: “But it’s on video that has been shown around the world.”
Trump: “The Fake News media shows the video but doesn’t explain how Rocket Man starves his people, provokes his neighbors and kills his generals. We have the ability and will to destroy North Korea, all of it, trust me.”
Kelley: “Mr. President, some say that your pardon of Sheriff Joe showed disrespect to the Latino community and even The Constitution.”
Trump: “Fake News, Kate, Fake News. Sheriff Joe is not against Latinos, just illegal immigrants. As for the Constitution, show me one place where it says a Sheriff can’t stop automobiles for any reason he deems right.”
Kelley: “It’s true that The Constitution doesn’t explicitly say—-“
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