Saturday, October 18, 2008
Let's Spread the Wealth Around . . .
"Would somebody explain to me how it is that you make poor people rich by making rich people poor?"
"Obama may as well be insulting every working person in this country when he asks, 'How many plumbers do you know making $250,000 a year? Huh, huh, huh?' The truth of this guy is coming out, and Joe the Plumber caused it."
"I always thought that college campi were supposed to be citadels for the free and open exchange of all ideas, and maybe in the past they were, but they're no longer that. They're just indoctrination centers for radical leftism now."
"So, basically, Jennifer Brunner, the secretary of state for Ohio, went to the Supreme Court and said, 'Let my people cheat,' and the United States Supreme Court said, 'So ordered; your people can cheat.' What a great country!"
"Obama's so cold, he can stand by and sign legislation supporting innocent babies who survive abortions being killed. That's cold, folks."
"Obama started whining about Fox News, saying if there weren't any Fox News, he'd be up three or four points higher. Not the way to look at it. If there were no CBS, NBC, MSNBC, ABC, CNN, New York Times, Washington Post, Reuters, AP Obama, or LA Times, there would be no Obama."
"You have to understand something here, Richard: Barack Obama is more afraid of somebody like me than he is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad."
"Of course McCain's fighting for plumbers; he's fighting for everybody. He has fought for everybody, Obama. Name one time you've fought for anybody -- other than a bunch of leftist radicals who want to overthrow the country as it exists?"
"Somehow because this guy Joe the Plumber doesn't really earn $250,000, he's a fraud -- but he never said he did. He said he thought the business did, and he wants to buy it and grow it. So here's guy, who, to the best of his ability is articulating the American dream, and the Democrat Party is trying to squash him like a cockroach."
"I've been on with Letterman, and you may as well be talking to a wall as there's literally no curiosity there." Rush Limbaugh