“It’s just about time to take 'yes' for an answer,”

Which Senator issued this ultimatum?

"Blah, blah, blah."

Which Senator channeled President Trump and Tweeted this retort to the other party's opposition?

"I know you always want to do Trump -- the president's bidding."

Which Democratic Senator hurled this claim at colleague Tom Cotton (R-AR)?

“It seems like we’re more concerned about the health care of Wall Street.”

Which Senator got into a heated exchange with a fellow Senator over the intent of the stimulus?

"This country was founded by geniuses but it’s being run by a bunch of idiots.”

Which Senator voiced an opinion that many Americans share about our elected leaders?

"This is bullshit!”

Which exasperated Senator yelled this out in frustration after members of his/her party were prohibited to speak?

“This is unbelievable.”

Which Senator yelled this before walking down to personally confront the Senator controlling the floor?

“I don’t want to give a bailout to a company and then have somebody go out and use that money to buy back stock in the company and raise the price and then get a bonus.”

The opinions (and great quotes) were not limited to Congress. Who said this?

"We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself."

Who offered this assessment of the potential fallout of failing to get the stimulus package passed?

"My counsel to them is to gag and vote for it anyway, even if they think it has some shortcomings, and to address those shortcomings in the bill that we’re in the process of crafting.”

Which Senator suggest his colleagues should "gag" if they found the bill distasteful, but vote for it to pass anyway>

"They just want to bail out big corporate cronies at everyone else’s expense."

Which Senator raised big concerns about the share of the stimulus going to corporations?

“You know what the American people are thinking right now? They’re thinking that the brain is an amazing organ. It starts working in a mother’s womb and it doesn’t stop working til you get elected to Congress.”

What Senator expressed this exasperation with (and frank evaluation of) Senate colleagues?

“That means no corporate bailouts without investing in the dignity of work.”

Which Democratic Senator made this demand, one that is often heard from Republicans when discussing government benefit and work requirements?

“This has got to stop and today is the day it has to stop. The American people need an outcome and they need it tomorrow.”

Which leader clearly is at the breaking point with frustration over the other party's demands?

"No deal.”

Who offered this response to the demands issued in the prior question?