Jan 2, 2011

The top 10 political quotes of 2010


From The Hill

“Not true.” 
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito during President Obama’s State of the Union address, Jan. 27 

“Yes, I did. Not only did I grope him, I tickled him until he couldn’t breathe and four guys jumped on top of me.” 
Former Rep. Eric Massa (D-N.Y.) to conservative commentator Glenn Beck on Fox News, March 10

“Baby killer!” 
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas), during Rep. Bart Stupak’s (D-Mich.) speech during the healthcare reform debate, March 21 

“This is a big f------ deal.” 
Vice President Joe Biden to President Obama at the healthcare reform signing ceremony, March 23 

“One thing I know for sure is that Democrats will retain their majority in the House of Representatives.” 
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) during an interview with The Hill, May 19 

“I apologize. I do not want to live in a country where any time a citizen or a corporation does something that is legitimately wrong is subject to some sort of political pressure that is — again, in my words — amounts to a shakedown. So I apologize.” 
Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) to BP CEO Tony Hayward during a House hearing, June 17 

“They wouldn’t be satisfied if Dennis Kucinich was president.” 
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs during interview with The Hill, Aug. 10 

“I’m not a witch.” 
Christine O’Donnell in a campaign ad, Oct. 4 

“Man up.” 
GOP Senate hopeful Sharron Angle to her opponent, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Oct. 21 

“It feels bad.” 
President Obama during a post-election press conference, Nov. 

The Tea Party Conservatives Came to Washington to Chew Bubblegum and Kick Ass. And They're All Out of Bubble Gum.

I hope they bind and cast out the devil first.  Otherwise, he'd meddle with all their reforms.  But here is how the People's representatives are correcting the abuses of those traitorous Americans.  If video fails, go to http://divine-ripples.blogspot.com/2011/01/tea-party-conservatives-came-to.html

Source  DougRoss



Issa ... clarified that when he previously said during a radio interview that Obama "has been one of the most corrupt presidents in modern times," he was referring to the Obama administration and not the president himself.

"In saying that this is one of the most corrupt administrations, which is what I meant to say there," Issa said, "when you hand out $1 trillion in TARP just before this president came in, most of it unspent, $1 trillion nearly in stimulus that this president asked for, plus this huge expansion in healthcare and government, it has a corrupting effect..."


...He also took aim at the national health care overhaul, which he said is "expanding Medicaid mandates that have been at least tentatively ruled unconstitutional," and at the Troubled Asset Relief Program, which he called "$800-billion worth of walking-around money."






In an entertaining but ultimately not very informative roundtable, guest host Harry Smith brought Reps. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), Debbie Wasserman Schulz (D-Fla.) and Rep.-elect Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) together for a chat that frequently degenerated into the guests talking over each other. Bachmann said the Republicans would introduce a "clean" bill to repeal the new health-care law. Kelly said he hopes that incoming GOP freshmen, many of whom are backed by the tea party, can force the government to live within its means like people in the "real world..."


Both Bachmann and Kelly said they opposed raising the debt ceiling.



Powerful eye opener for women - A Must See. Trust me on this.

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Egyptian Guards Left Before Blasts; Muslims walked on body parts chanting Jihadi slogans


(AINA) -- The car explosion that went off in front of Saints Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria killed 21 and injured 96 parishioners who were attending a New Year's Eve Mass. According to church officials and eyewitnesses, there are many more victims that are still unidentified and whose body parts were strewn all over the street outside the church. The body parts were covered with newspapers until they were brought inside the church after some Muslims started stepping on them and chanting Jihadi chants (video showing dead bodies and limbs covered with newspapers in the street). According to eyewitnesses, a green Skoda car pull up outside the church shortly after midnight. Two men got out , one of them talked shortly on his mobile phone, and the explosion occurred almost immediately after they left the scene. On the back of the Skoda was a sticker with the words "the rest is coming" (video of car explosion and Muslims shouting "Allah Akbar").
It was reported that the bomb, locally made, had 100KG of explosives in addition to having nails, glass and iron balls inside. The strength of it not only caused glass panes to be shattered in all the neighborhood, but also made body parts fly into the building's fourth floor, and to the mosque facing the church.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility but officials hastily blamed either Al-Qaida or the Israeli Mousad of being behind the blast, but none of them mentioned the Egyptian state security which is viewed by Copts as the real culprit.  More from source

Justification of Al Qaeda Supported by US Muslims

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