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“A hundred days is just a honeymoon. A lot of people know during the honeymoon that it’s over but they don’t admit it for quite a while.”

“I am just stunned at the way the political class is dealing with this defection of Arlen Specter to the Democrat Party. It’s almost like the religious leader abandoned the religion, which is not the case. We got rid of some dead weight!”

“I’m reading from some of the wizards of smart about today’s economy, and they’re saying, ‘Well, it’s bad, but we can’t blame Obama. He’s only been in office 100 days.’ Why can’t we blame Obama? Has not the economy been stimulated?”

“Arlen Specter voted for one of the most irresponsible pieces of legislation in modern history, and so finally Pat Toomey and a bunch of others said, ‘That’s it for us; we have got to run somebody against him.’ Is there something obscene about that? Isn’t that how politics works?”

“The tea parties were not even about health care, President Obama. The tea parties were about your irresponsible spending, your irresponsible growth of government, and your irresponsible power grab over individual liberty and freedom.”

“Obama said, ‘We’re going to have to tighten our belts.’ What do you call 600,000 people losing their jobs every month, Mr. President? Is that not tightening their belts?”

“We’re talking about individual prosperity and success, and Obama’s talking about government programs. I don’t know about you, folks, but I haven’t needed a government program for my success.”

“Do you realize that Obama’s greatness cannot be contained by a four- or eight-year presidency? The greatness of Barack Obama is such that even after he leaves office, he should still run your life. He’s that good.”

“Obama has made it very clear: if he wants to, he can come claim your business. And when things like this happen, a lot more people than you would think become cowards, rather than standing up and fighting it.”

“If I were Obama, I’d think the country is stupid. I mean, I’d be laughing every night at what I’m getting away with, and I’d think the dumbest people in the country were the press corps.”

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