Sometimes victories are only partial. Take them and use that momentum for the full victory or even more partial victories to further build momentum for a full win. A partial victory is not a loss. It’s a win’s down payment. Refusing all partial victories is a strategy for losers.
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) June 13, 2021
“Look at the Koch brothers & organizations like the Heritage Foundation & conservative lobby groups doing a victory lap. Claiming victory over the fact that Manchin refuses to change on the filibuster. These 2 things are very closely intertwined.” – @AOChttps://t.co/Vm4gFha5h7
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) June 11, 2021
“The Senate is the only institution in the world where a vote of 59-41 can be considered a defeat instead of a huge victory. Enough is enough…. End the filibuster and pass a bold agenda for working families with a majority vote.”
— @BernieSanders https://t.co/mzcogaMRqf
— John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) June 4, 2021
Democrat Melanie Stansbury just had a landslide victory in the NM-01 special election—outperforming her predecessor Deb Haaland with a 62.6% to 33.5% win. The suburbs are running away from Republicans—and fast. Turns out voters aren’t into fear mongering and coup attempts.
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) June 2, 2021
Your reminder that all 4 of today’s House Republican leaders — minority leader Kevin McCarthy, minority whip Steve Scalise, conference chair Elise Stefanik (replacing Liz Cheney), and policy committee chair Gary Palmer — all voted to overturn Biden’s victory.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) May 26, 2021
Congratulations to the workers who fought courageously for this HUGE victory. Congress must follow Rhode Island’s lead and move NOW to end starvation wages in the richest country on earth. https://t.co/VyTGYEElg4
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) May 20, 2021