Monthly Archives: January 2010

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"We’ve been exposed to many scandals and scoundrels as of late, and it’s depressing. But even as he left, Kurt Warner stood above the muck. He was the real thing, from the beginning to the end. It was an honor … Continue reading

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"Aside from a few throwaway lines of self-deprecation, whenever he (Obama) grew passionate, it was to blame others." – Jonah Goldberg Obama’s answer for America: more of me

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"If you lose Massachusetts and that’s not a wake-up call, there’s no hope of waking up." – Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh of Indiana

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"If the Democrats’ congressional leaders are determined to continue their kamikaze flight to incineration, they will ignore Massachusetts’ redundant evidence of public disgust." – George Will The Public Has Spoken on ObamaCare

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"I don’t know enough about health-care economics to make a judgment about the social policy, but as a piece of politics, the legislation has become a disaster." – Howard Fineman

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"President Obama hasn’t even made a token effort to keep his campaign promises of more openness and transparency in government. It was all just another lie that was told in order to get elected." – CNN’s Jack Cafferty

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"…it has become self-evident to even the most gullible of voters that there is no such thing as a moderate Democrat. You are either an Obama, Pelosi or Reid clone or you are a Republican. That’s the new two-party system." … Continue reading

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