Bash back better: Here's what governing by crisis looks like
October 3, 2021
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington's tempestuous week of walking, chewing gum, juggling balls and spinning plates at the same time is giving rise to apocalyptic rhetoric about the state and future of the country.
Four big things are happening at once, all attended by hyperventilation.
The White House talks of a "cataclysmic economic threat" if Republicans don't start cooperating. Republicans assail Democrats for unleashing a "big-government socialist nation." Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says: "Insanity and disaster are now the Republican Party line."
It's a contest to see which side c...