Posted by Gary Kukis on 9 February, 2011 at 8:00 am. 4 comments already!



President Obama: “To the people of Egypt, particularly the young people of Egypt, I want to be clear: We hear your voices.”

President Obama from less than a year ago about much larger demonstrations all over America: “So I’ve been a little amused over the last couple of days where people have been having these rallies about taxes. You would think they would be saying thank you.” and “Those of you who are watching certain news channels on which I’m not very popular, and you see folks waving tea bags around…”

President Obama at the Prayer Breakfast: “Now, sometimes faith groups can do the work of caring for the least of these on their own. Sometimes they need a partner, whether it’s in business or government, and that’s why my administration has taken a fresh look at the way we organize with faith groups, the way we work with faith groups through our Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships…There’s only so much a church can do to help all the families in need, all those who need help making a mortgage payment or avoiding foreclosure or making sure their child can go to college.…And that’s why I continue to believe that, in a caring and in a just society, government must have a role to play, that our values, our love, and our charity must find expression not just in our families, not just in our places of work and our places of worship, but also in our government and in our politics.”

President Obama: “If we make America the best place to do business, businesses should make their mark in America. They should set up shop here, and hire our workers, and pay decent wages, and invest in the future of this nation. That’s their obligation. And that’s the message I’ll be bringing to American business leaders at the Chamber of Commerce on Monday “

Time’s Mark Halperin on Obama’s performance at the National Prayer Breakfast: “[this address] had] a level of sophistication and skill that not one Republican on the field right now can duplicate.”

Washington Post reporter Dana Milbank on Jan. 21st: “I hereby pledge that, beginning on Feb. 1, 2011, I will not mention Sarah Palin – in print, online or on television – for one month.”

Dana Milbank at 3:45 pm Feb. 1st: “I survived Day One of my February Sarah Palin moratorium…Only 27 days to go.”

WH economic advisor Gene Sperling: “It is a very tough budget.  It will get tougher each year.  When you are freezing [portions of the federal budget], it is a real cut, and it is a real cut that gets bigger each year; and we felt that this was a degree of fiscal constraint that we could do, but was very difficult but still be consistent with a strategy for investing in innovation, education and research.”

Camille Grammer explaining the reason for her breakup with Kelsey Grammer: “Oh, I love cuddling. We didn’t even do that. He was too busy watching Fox News. He didn’t want to cuddle.”

Motto of the Muslim brotherhood: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope. Allahu akbar!”

Newswoman Katie Couric twittered: “As many of you have already heard Mubarak has resigned.”

A White House official, speaking anonymously: “There’s something thoroughly odd and unconventional about the analysis [of Judge Vinson’s ruling declaring Obamacare unconstitutional].”


Anticsrocks (Flopping Aces columnist) poses this question to many liberals: “You detested that Bush spent so much money and raised our national debt, yet Obama is quadrupling this debt and has, in fact amassed more deficit spending than all other Presidents combined. Does this bother you?”

To which Anticrocks adds, in the article: “Every single time the answer has been, ‘No, it doesn’t bother me because he is spending money on things that need to be done.’ ”


Judge Vinson (who ruled Obamacare unconstitutional): “I note that in 2008, then-Senator Obama supported a health care reform proposal that did not include an individual mandate because he was at that time strongly opposed to the idea, stating that, `If a mandate was the solution, we can try that to solve homelessness by mandating everybody to buy a house.'”

Judge Vinson, as part of his decision to invalidate Obamacare: “It is difficult to imagine, that a nation which began, at least in part, as the result of opposition to a British mandate giving the East India Company a monopoly and imposing a nominal tax on all tea sold in America would have set out to create a government with the power to force people to buy tea in the first place.”

Judge Vinson wrote, under the Obama administration’s logic: “Congress could require that everyone above a certain income threshold buy a General Motors automobile-now partially government-owned-because those who do not buy GM cars (or those who buy foreign cars) are adversely impacting commerce and a taxpayer-subsidized business.”

Erick Erickson of Red State: “Yet, in the wake of numerous damaging disclosures about unscrupulous practices by abortionists (from Kermit Gosnell to Planned Parenthood clinics across the country), the Obama Administration has apparently ordered that the only Federal government report on abortion statistics – again, a report that has run continuously for 40 years – be deep-sixed. The immediate question this raises is: what is the Obama administration trying to hide?”

Rush Limbaugh: “Why, if it’s a health care law, does Obamacare require 16,000 new IRS agents, not 16,000 new doctors? It’s because they’re going to get dollars from every one of us, including the uninsured.”

Rush Limbaugh: “It doesn’t surprise me that Obama hears voices in Egypt but doesn’t hear the voices of the Tea Party.”

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler statement: “This is the epitome of hypocrisy being exhibited by the Obama Administration as it hides facts and figures on abortion while claiming to want more transparency in government. This is a pattern that has become all too common with the Obama Administration, ranging from its distortion of the facts on taxpayer funding of abortions under ObamaCare to manipulated information to support repeal of the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy. It is time for the Obama White House to put a stop to its disregard for openness in government and to end its practice of distorting data for blatantly political purposes.”

Charles Krauthammer: “Look, if Godzilla appeared on the Mall this afternoon, Al Gore would say it’s global warming.”

Sarah Palin: “The message was sent at the ballot box and it was an historic election.  We were just told that the era of big government is here to stay and you will pay for it whether you want it or not.  But they can’t sell it to us.  So this new version isn’t just the same as the Great Society, it is much worse.  It is couched in the language of national greatness.  That is their version of American Exceptionalism. It is an exceptionally big government.”

Sarah Palin, in her first comments on the uprising in Egypt, called the situation President Barack Obama’s 3 a.m. phone call and said, “It seems the call went right to the answering machine.”

Rupert Murdoch, when asked if he would hire Keith Olbermann again: “No…he was a nut…he’s impossible.”

Participant on Luntz group: “I don’t want my grandchildren to pay for Obama’s compassion.”

Conservatives from the Past:

Abraham Lincoln: “The problem with internet quotations is most of them are incorrect.”


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