Definition For The Day: “Bailout: Taking a trillion dollars from the people and giving it to the banks so the banks can loan it back to the people, at interest!” — Michael Rivero
We have Lost: Stephen Jobs, one of the founders of Apple and a technology revolutionary. Johnny Cash, though in a music format and style that wasn’t popular with everyone, he had a quick rise to quite the fame and fortune enjoyed by few. Bob Hope, the comedian of comedians. So […]
“He should have put it to rest back in 2008 when he ran originally because he knew all these things were going to be problems. There’s clearly a problem with the tax returns otherwise he would release, you know, ten years of tax returns. He’s only released one year of […]
“I think it can now be said, without equivocation — without equivocation — that this man hates this country. He is trying, Barack Obama is trying, to dismantle, brick-by-brick, the American dream. There’s no other way to put this. There’s no other way to explain this.” – Radio host Rush […]
MITT FRAMES HIS RESPONSE ON OUTSOURCING ATTACKS: “I of course respond to the attacks which come,” he told Fox Business’ Neil Cavuto. “But you know, they say in politics, if you’re responding, you’re losing . I think the better course for our campaign is to respond to the attacks as […]
“I understand there is a plane out there saying Mitt Romney has ‘a Koch problem.’ I don’t look at it as a problem; I look at it as an asset.” – Mitt Romney, quoted by the New York Post, as he attended a $50,000-a-head fund-raiser hosted by conservative billionaire David […]
“At its core, then, political correctness is nothing more nor less than the unjust intimidation of others into thinking and speaking a certain way. As such, it is pure totalitarian mind control.” - David Kupelian
“In politics, few talents are as richly rewarded as the ability to convince parasites that they are victims. Welfare states on both sides of the Atlantic have discovered that largesse to losers does not reduce their hostility to society, but only increases it. Far from producing gratitude, generosity is seen […]
Quote of the day. “Unfortunately, the tendency is to thank a veteran for their service, pat them on the butt, and say: ‘Go on, now.’ But we all joined for the same reason; and just because you have your discharge papers doesn’t mean the reason goes away, the sense of […]
Quote of the Day “You never know who is going to be president four years from now. I have to think about how Mitt Romney would use that power.” – President Obama, quoted in Kill or Capture by Daniel Klaidman, at the start of his presidency discussing a policy of indefinite detention […]
Quote of the day. “In America a lot of people have lost their jobs. But also in Europe and in Berlin, times are tough. This song is for all those who are struggling.” – Bruce Springsteen, during a concert at Berlin’s Olympiastadion, introducing his song, “Jack of All Trades,” an […]
“The great economic story of the 1990s is the near-total separation of the U. S. economy from politics. Since 1990, America has made one bad political choice after another. Federal personal income taxes were hiked in 1990. Three huge new regulatory statutes were imposed in 1990-91 (the Americans with Disabilities […]
Quote of the day. “You were often blamed for a war you didn’t start, when you should have been commended for serving your country with valor. You were sometimes blamed for misdeeds of a few, when the honorable service of the many should have been praised. You came home and […]
Quote of the day. “I feel freedom and for the first time, my voice and opinion really counts.” - Mounira Fawaz, after casting her vote in the Egyptian presidential elections, the first democratic election in the country’s history. (Al Jazeera)
“I’m very surprised that President Obama went down this road.” – Newt Gingrich, in an interview with CNN, on criticizing Mitt Romney’s record at Bain Capital. Gingrich, of course, led the attack during the GOP primary. “If I thought that call was coming, I would disconnect the phone.” – Indiana Gov. Mitch […]
Here it is… “I did not lie. I would never lie. I just generally mis-stated the facts is all…” …Still up for grabs if any (R) wants it.
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“For all the policy disagreements that we may have with the president, it is hard to understate how much he inspired people across this country four years ago, with his promises to unite America and lift it up. The man who today occupies the White House and is running for president is […]
“Unless you run a financial institution whose business model is built on cheating consumers, or making risky bets that could damage the whole economy, you have nothing to fear from Wall Street reform.” – President Obama, in his weekly address, calling for stricter reform after J.P. Morgan’s multi-billion dollar loss.
Answering questions from reporters in Florida on Thursday, Mitt Romney said he couldn’t recall a past statement on President Obama and controversial Rev. Jeremiah Wright, but stands by the comment, “whatever it was.”
Quote of the day. “What is the Republican leadership afraid of? Are they afraid a bipartisan majority of this House will vote to follow the will of the American people and change our Afghanistan policy?” – Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA), after the House Rules Committee refused to allow a floor […]
“I’m not familiar precisely with exactly what I said, but I stand by what I said, whatever it was.” – Mitt Romney, at a press conference in Florida, defending previous statements he’s made about President Obama and his relationship with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
Jimmy Kimmel told Howard Stern a joke he decided not to use at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner: Said Kimmel: “I had some jokes about — like Rick Santorum. I said something like — well, I didn’t say it, but: Newt Gingrich’s campaign is so dead Mitt Romney wants to baptize it […]
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“I think I’m better suited to stay where I am in the Senate. The folks in Ohio expect me to stick around and do my job.” – Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), quoted by The Hill, giving the preferred answer to questions asked of possible vice presidential running mates.
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“I actually think that is going to make economic sense, but for me as a Christian, it also coincides with Jesus’s teaching that ‘for unto whom much is given, much shall be required.’” – President Obama, quoted by Politico, using the Bible to justify his proposal to raise taxes on the […]