Say What? 9/20/2010 edition



“What I believe the American people deserve is a tax cut for the middle class,” said Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who is not offering any sort of tax cuts for the middle class.

Bill Mahr: “Isn’t it Obama’s problem that he does everything half-assed?  He’s only half Black.  If he was fully Black [not half-laughing] I am telling you, he would be a better president.”

President Obama, speaking 2 days prior to Constitution Day: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are crated equal. [Long Pause] Endowed with certain inalienable [sic] rights: life and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”   The preamble to the Constitution The Declaration of Independence actually reads: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Jim Wallis: “Beck…doesn’t understand Christian theology very well…Jesus was a liberation theologian practitioner.”

Jesse Jackson: “English is a great language, but Jesus did not speak English.”

Howard Dean teaching political pivoting to European liberal students: “Don’t let them set the agenda.  We always do this on the left.  We’re too damned honest.  We think we have to answer the question.  We don’t ever have to answer the question.  You can anser the question that they should have asked you.”

Michael Moore: “Why don’t we have words for people like Gingrich and Palin? You know, because they’re essentially our mullahs, you know, our Taliban. We don’t ever really refer to them as, but we should start calling them Cleric Gingrich and Mullah Taliban Palin, or whatever. See how that, see how that fits. Because I think that their, their level of bigotry is so un-American, and, I just, I just. […].  Hey, how about that McDonald’s two blocks from Ground Zero, Bill? That’s killed, that’s killed more people than the nineteen hijackers.”

Keith Olbermann: “For the second time in three days, a hardline GOP stalwart managed to get fed up with the nonsensical, virulent, uneducated hatred pushed by one of these flip Tea Party types, and he called BS on it. The first was Karl Rove wigging out over the lump of dumb and judgmental that is Christine O’Donnell.”

Chris Coons will be running against Christine O’Donnell.  Harry Reid remarked: “I’m going to be very honest with you – Chris Coons, everybody knows him in the Democratic caucus. He’s my pet. He’s my favorite candidate.”

White House Office of Science and Technology Director John P. Holden: “A massive campaign must be launched to restore a high-quality environment in North America and to de-develop the United States.”

And when they get it right, I ought to point it out as well:

Headline in yesterday’s Washington Post: “Was politics behind the government`s decision to preserve the UAW’s pensions?”


Michael Pence: “I am a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.”

Republican Jim DeMint on the strategy of electing O’Donnell rather than Castle: “I don’t want the majority back [in the Senate] if we don’t believe anything”

Jim DeMint: “Good competitive primaries are good for the party.”

Sarah Palin to the Republican establishment: “They had better buck up or stay in the truck.”

Chris Christie: “Any…Republican nominee should be supported by the Republican party; that’s why we have primaries; people get to decide who they want to be the nominee of our part [y].”

Drudge Report headline: “Establishment Freaks” [about TEA party victories]

Brent Bozell: “The left has only one weapon left, and that is character assassination.”

Mary Katherine Hamm’s response to Michael Moore saying there ought to be a mosque build at ground zero: “[Michael Moore’ deomstrates once again that he really has his finger on the pulse of America.”

Jodi Miller: “Vice President Biden spoke out in defense of this administrations record-breaking spending,  Biden said that, without all that spending, American wouldn’t have enjoyed recovery summer.”

Charles Krauthammer: “The Tea Party has distinguished itself in being almost exclusively about governance, the reach of governance, taxation, economic issues. It is not the social conservatives. In fact, that is what distinguishes it. And I think the other element that is being missed here is it arose spontaneously as a reaction to an extremely aggressive, extremely ambitious left liberal administration.”

Alan LaRue, a pastor of a nondenominational church in Angola, Indiana, who is concerned of looking at fiscal issues alone: “I think the economy is important, but if the other values go down, what do we have?”

Betsy McCaughney: “The government can’t force you to get a colonoscopy, but they can force you to pay for one, so it feels about the same.”

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From President Obama:

“We can absorb a terrorist attack. We’ll do everything we can to prevent it, but even a 9/11, even the biggest attack ever . . . we absorbed it and we are stronger

” (Bob Woodward’s new book, Obama’s Wars) .


Another 9-11-01 is OK with this guy!
I feel safer already!

Does he realize that only 75 foot from where the Pentagon was hit thousands more Americans were working at the core of the building?

Does he realize Flight 93 was not headed for a field, but for a Washington DC location….Congress, the White House?

Does he realize all of the debate about whether or not we are less free as a result of the Patriot Act and the DHS?

Are we stronger because we absorbed Pearl Harbor?
Or are we made the butt of bitter condemnation over how we prosecuted our response to that attack every year?

Say what….indeed.

All the liberals above need to be hung.

Michael Moore 🙄

It’s a real shame that McDonald’s wasn’t successful in offing one more socialistic, fat-ass who seeks America’s downfall. Shut up and eat your happy meal, Mikey.

The preamble to the Constitution actually reads: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

No, it doesn’t.

This quote is from the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution. But, of course, I do get your point.

Thank you JustAl…..the preamble does not include these words…..they are part of the Declaration of Independence.


I fixed the post to reflect that those words come from the Declaration rather than the Constitution.

I can understand King Obama fumbling when quoting the Declaration of Independence. He never did learn how to speak “Freedom,” only liberalism. Freedom is a language that is hard for him to learn.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created to serve their king, that they are endowed by their king with certain unalienable obligations, that among these are Obedience, Servitude and the pursuit of the king’s Happiness.–That to secure these rights, The king is instituted among Men, deriving his royal powers from nobody.