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“I have a question. Where do you think, ladies and gentlemen, the Obama family will attend Easter church services this weekend?””How about Obama on the radio in Philadelphia? He threw his grandmother under the bus at the speech on Tuesday, and then yesterday he put the bus in reverse and ran over her again.”

“I’ll tell you, Bill Richardson is on fire out there endorsing Obama. But the question that I have, ladies and gentlemen, is this: Would Obama’s grandmother cross the street if she saw Bill Richardson walking on the other side?”

“When you have idiots like the haughty John Kerry — who served in Vietnam — out campaigning for you, you’re rolling the dice.”

“A lot of young people look at seasoned citizens and say: ‘I don’t want to hang around grandma — it’s not cool.’ But, boy, you have to listen to people who have been alive a long time.”

“I can’t say with confidence the nominee’s going to be Obama, but I am wise enough to know this: neither Obama nor Hillary is running on the truth. Mrs. Clinton is not experienced, and Mr. Obama is not a man who can unite us.”

“I’m against unity. Well, look — I’m all for unity if we cream those guys and they accept our view of things.”

“Here are the taglines for their commercials the Democrats could use. Clinton: ‘I will not take “no” for an answer.’ Obama: ‘Don’t watch what I do, watch what I say.'”

“Social Security is far, far and away beyond what it was ever intended to be. Well, I take that back. I think FDR knew exactly what he wanted and he got it: something that gets Democrats elected every four years as often as possible.”

“Thank you so much for the flag, Mr. Wiese. I shall treasure it and honor it and protect it for as long as — well, for the rest of my life.”


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