No snark today, so let the ravin' begin:
Someone who has a heartfelt desire to help families would not have been involved in the cover-up of a soldier’s death, especially one that they used to promote a war.
—Mary Tillman on Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
This is designed specifically to challenge [Obama's] ability to run for re-election. Frankly, I think they'd be better served by just surfacing a good candidate to run against him.
—State Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D, AZ) on the birther bill in Arizona, which Gov. Jan Brewer later vetoed.
Who has a circumcision certificate? Is this something that people frame and put on the wall next to their accounting diploma?
—Bill Maher, on a requirement for President in the same bill.
I thought the president's tone was remarkably measured considering the attacks that he's on every day. I mean President Weiner certainly wouldn't have been that measured.
—Anthony Weiner on the President's budget speech.
Your governor did the right thing and you won! Your beautiful state won! And people still have their jobs!
—Sarah Palin, in Wisconsin.
I wish I was the only one who is speechless.
I'm serious! Go to hell! You're trying to divide America!
—Andrew Breitbart, to the overwhelming number of progressives who showed up at the same speech.
He's off there in the nutty right, and is now an inconsequential candidate.
—Karl Rove on Donald Trump.
The stereotype is that solar power is just hippie power. But it’s also cowboy power, farmer power, rancher power, and Appalachian mountain power!
Does the gentleman withdraw his word or not?
—Rep. Keith Ellison(D, MN) to rep. Mo Brooks (R, AL) on the floor of the House after Brooks called Democrats socialists.
Brooks withdrew his comment.
Here’s the problem. Big corporations and big companies, they’ve got the best accountants and lawyers in the world, they’ll always figure out a way to pay the least amount possible.
—Sen. Marco Rubio (R, FL), pushing for corporate tax reform.
The idea that if we raise the taxes just three or four percentt on the rich that we're not going to be able to create jobs, that's wrong.
In a world full of lies, I think this man stands alone.
—Bill Maher on Sen. Jon Kyl (R, AZ).
Her next book is, natch: Demonic.
—National Review's Kathleen Lopez, on Ann Coulter's new book.
He unveiled a slogan this week: "Are you better off than you were four wives ago?"
—Bill Maher, on Donald Trump.
At any age, teaching propaganda is wrong.
Tucker Carlson, on schools teaching that gays were influential in history.