Monthly Archives: October 2010

Quote of the day

“American voters are slightly schizophrenic—they want compromise, and yet some of them are ideologically so fixated to one point of view… There are a lot of moderate Americans who are just fed up with negative campaign ads, fed up with … Continue reading

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Joy Behar Said What?

So Joy Behar called Sharron Angle an “evil moron” and said she was “going to hell”? I’m going to have to ask my pal Dr. Charlie Murphy about this. I think this is what shrinks call paranoid projection. Either that … Continue reading

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“But I observed that, while I was thus resolved to feign that everything was false, I who thought must of necessity be somewhat; and remarking this truth–I think, therefore I am–was so firm and so assured that all the most … Continue reading

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“Has any congressman ever wreaked so much economic damage on his nation? He now claims he just didn’t know any better. But everybody knew better in the summer of 2008 when (Barney) Frank claimed “Freddie and Fannie are not in … Continue reading

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Islam, Violence, O’Reilly, and “The View”

For several weeks my friend and fellow Caffeinated Thoughts contributor David Shedlock has been after me to write a piece on the nature of Islam, and with the recent flap between Bill O’Reilly and the ladies of The View being … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“Listen to me because you’ll learn…” – Bill O’Reilly to Joy Behar on The View I have to admit that I found this remark particularly well deserved, but mainly it was just plain hilarious!

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Quote of the day

“…the White House is in over its head, isolated, insular, arrogant and clueless about how to get along with or persuade members of Congress, the media, the business community or working-class voters.” – Mark Halperin, Time Why Obama Is Losing … Continue reading

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