Smirking in the waning hours of his one-term, one-seat majority “reign of error” over the state Senate, there Cadman is at the helm. Arms crossed. Burning your books. Cutting up your favorite shirt
I don’t want Cadman’s tea-party politics any more, and neither does the rest of his honorable Republican colleagues who have grown weary of being bullied and bludgeoned.
Republican leaders are making a purely political decision by using what they’ve discovered to be a mechanism — and nothing close to a mandate — to smack down state Democrats, Obamacare, themselves and all the rest of us in the process
Oh, yeah, that Sen. Cadman. When the bill’s sponsor offered amendments, Cadman called them “garbage.” So the lawmaker called Cadman garbage. So Cadman said, “If you try that again, I’ll ram my fist up your ass.”