NORAH O’DONNELL: I want to play what Senator Cornyn said today about these concerns about Hillary Clinton, and her husband still able to take money into his foundation. Let’s listen.
JOHN CORNYN: I was encouraged by my conversation with Senator Clinton yesterday in the Rotunda following the inaugural ceremonies. She said that she would be open to a requirement that is an across-the-board disclosure requirement, that isn’t just her and the Clinton Foundation.
O’DONNELL: So they want more information; they want instant disclosure, essentially, not the disclosure at the end of the year. If this is a serious issue–which seems like a serious issue, why then two seconds later says “but I’m still going to vote for her. I mean, have they kind of lost their cojones, the Republicans?
Let’s face it…the GOP has exhibited a serious shortcoming in cojones for quite sometime, so Ms O’Donnell was doing little more than grinding the heel of her Manolo Blahniks into the collective groin of an epicene Party, so no one batted an eyebrow. If the GOP were a Mexican street gang, they’d be called “Los Lost Cojones.”
Then, in a surprising display of intestinal masculinity, the House Republicans stood shoulder to shoulder in a symbolic NAY vote against the Pelosi-Reid-Obama “stimulus” package, and stimulated the GOP’s collective package. Now, the winds are shifting in the Senate, President Unity’s pork barrel is not the slam-dunk that everyone thought it was going to be, and some Senate Democrats may be joining their eleven House counterparts in standing against the bill:
Will Los Lost Cojones make a stand, or will they fold?
Stay tuned folks.