Quote-a-palooza

“National defense is one of the cardinal duties of a statesman.” – John Adams

“Liberals used to be the ones who argued that sending U.S. troops abroad was a small price to pay to stop genocide; now they argue that genocide is a small price to pay to bring U.S. troops home.” – Jonah Goldberg

“Gen. Dave Petraeus and his subordinate commanders are by far the best team we’ve ever had in place in that wretched country. They’re doing damned near everything right- with austere resources, despite the surge. And they’re being abandoned by your elected leaders. Maybe the next presidential primary debate should be held in Baghdad.” – Ralph Peters

“In political life today, you are considered compassionate if you demand that government impose your preferences on others.” – John Stossel

“This is pathetic. What you have right now is partisanship on Capitol Hill that quite often boils down to insults, insinuations, inquisitions and investigations rather than pursuing the normal business of trying to pass major pieces of legislation.” – Tony Snow

“Being a conservative Republican should be about more than abortion policy and the War on Terror. The [GOP presidential] candidates should have to tell voters whether they still believe in traditional principles of limited government, federalism and individual liberty.” – Michael Tanner

“Unsatisfied with thwarting a Republican effort to authorize $3 billion for a border fence, congressional Democrats are trying to enhance the incentive for illegal aliens to enter the United States by removing the citizenship requirement from the popular State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). The Republican Congress in 1996 passed legislation blocking people who are in the country illegally from claiming benefits from the federal government, and when SCHIP was created in 1997, states were required to verify citizenship. But Democrats want to take that sensible requirement for Medicaid and SCHIP and leave it to the discretion of each state. This reflects the Democrats’ eagerness to offer free services to illegals at taxpayer expense, undermining the principles of both immigration law and good governance. And it is also a step Democrats want to take toward expanding SCHIP, like their plan to expand its coverage to include children from middle-income families that make up to $83,000 per year- a plan encompassing more than 70 percent of American children. (When SCHIP first came into being it was only for families with incomes up to double the poverty level, or $40,000 for a family of four.) Expanding the program will cost $50 billion over five years; expanding it by giving states the option to not enforce the citizenship requirement pushes the price tag up even higher- although just how much would depend on how many states decide to include illegals in the program.” – The Washington Times

“You don’t make the poor richer by making the rich poorer.” – Winston Churchill

“The firm basis of government is justice, not pity.” – Woodrow Wilson

“The one pervading evil of democracy is the tyranny of the majority, or rather of that party, not always the majority, that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections.” – Lord Acton

“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash.” – Gen. George S. Patton

“Last week, a snowman was allowed to ask a question about global warming to serious candidates by way of a YouTube video. We have reduced a presidential debate to a TV game show similar to ‘Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader.’ This is no way to choose the leader of the free world.” – Rick Tyler, press secretary for Newt Gingrich

“George Washington. Abraham Lincoln. Franklin Roosevelt. John F. Kennedy. Ronald Reagan. Who among these men would answer, with a straight face, a question posed by a snowman?” – Ken Connor

“Every time ‘objective’ networks claim to seek the voice of the American people, they seem to think that 75 or 80 percent of Americans are squarely on the political left of the spectrum, people who think Dennis Kucinich-think is in the mainstream.” – Brent Bozell

“What is it about Democrat Congresswomen from California that gives them the ability to actually see global warming? I’m not sure of the answer, but am positive that for the second time in about two months, a high-ranking Democrat from California went to Greenland, and actually saw global warming.” – Noel Sheppard on Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi

“While, as I recall, conservative little boys practice quick draw with their cap guns while playing cowboys and Indians, apparently liberal little boys practice how fast they can throw up their hands to surrender to the guys in the black hats.” – Tony Blankley

Jay Leno: Hillary Clinton is working hard to win the women’s vote; they say her campaign has six full-time staffers just for women’s “outreach.” And another six full-time staffers to keep women out of Bill’s reach. … It seems the little tiff between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton has really heated up since their last argument at the last Democratic debate. They have become distant. They barely speak to each other now. When they do speak, it’s really icy. As Hillary calls that, “marriage.” … More bad news today for John McCain. John McCain’s media team has resigned. But McCain says he intends to stay in the race, according to the campaign’s new media spokesman, John McCain. … A panel investigating NASA found a heavy use of alcohol by astronauts before launches. In at least two occasions, astronauts were allowed to fly while so intoxicated that they actually posed a health risk. Maybe that’s why they call it the Kennedy Space Center.

Quote-a-palooza

“National defense is one of the cardinal duties of a statesman.” – John Adams

“Liberals used to be the ones who argued that sending U.S. troops abroad was a small price to pay to stop genocide; now they argue that genocide is a small price to pay to bring U.S. troops home.” – Jonah Goldberg

“Gen. Dave Petraeus and his subordinate commanders are by far the best team we’ve ever had in place in that wretched country. They’re doing damned near everything right- with austere resources, despite the surge. And they’re being abandoned by your elected leaders. Maybe the next presidential primary debate should be held in Baghdad.” – Ralph Peters

“In political life today, you are considered compassionate if you demand that government impose your preferences on others.” – John Stossel

“This is pathetic. What you have right now is partisanship on Capitol Hill that quite often boils down to insults, insinuations, inquisitions and investigations rather than pursuing the normal business of trying to pass major pieces of legislation.” – Tony Snow

“Being a conservative Republican should be about more than abortion policy and the War on Terror. The [GOP presidential] candidates should have to tell voters whether they still believe in traditional principles of limited government, federalism and individual liberty.” – Michael Tanner

“Unsatisfied with thwarting a Republican effort to authorize $3 billion for a border fence, congressional Democrats are trying to enhance the incentive for illegal aliens to enter the United States by removing the citizenship requirement from the popular State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). The Republican Congress in 1996 passed legislation blocking people who are in the country illegally from claiming benefits from the federal government, and when SCHIP was created in 1997, states were required to verify citizenship. But Democrats want to take that sensible requirement for Medicaid and SCHIP and leave it to the discretion of each state. This reflects the Democrats’ eagerness to offer free services to illegals at taxpayer expense, undermining the principles of both immigration law and good governance. And it is also a step Democrats want to take toward expanding SCHIP, like their plan to expand its coverage to include children from middle-income families that make up to $83,000 per year- a plan encompassing more than 70 percent of American children. (When SCHIP first came into being it was only for families with incomes up to double the poverty level, or $40,000 for a family of four.) Expanding the program will cost $50 billion over five years; expanding it by giving states the option to not enforce the citizenship requirement pushes the price tag up even higher- although just how much would depend on how many states decide to include illegals in the program.” – The Washington Times

“You don’t make the poor richer by making the rich poorer.” – Winston Churchill

“The firm basis of government is justice, not pity.” – Woodrow Wilson

“The one pervading evil of democracy is the tyranny of the majority, or rather of that party, not always the majority, that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections.” – Lord Acton

“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash.” – Gen. George S. Patton

“Last week, a snowman was allowed to ask a question about global warming to serious candidates by way of a YouTube video. We have reduced a presidential debate to a TV game show similar to ‘Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader.’ This is no way to choose the leader of the free world.” – Rick Tyler, press secretary for Newt Gingrich

“George Washington. Abraham Lincoln. Franklin Roosevelt. John F. Kennedy. Ronald Reagan. Who among these men would answer, with a straight face, a question posed by a snowman?” – Ken Connor

“Every time ‘objective’ networks claim to seek the voice of the American people, they seem to think that 75 or 80 percent of Americans are squarely on the political left of the spectrum, people who think Dennis Kucinich-think is in the mainstream.” – Brent Bozell

“What is it about Democrat Congresswomen from California that gives them the ability to actually see global warming? I’m not sure of the answer, but am positive that for the second time in about two months, a high-ranking Democrat from California went to Greenland, and actually saw global warming.” – Noel Sheppard on Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi

“While, as I recall, conservative little boys practice quick draw with their cap guns while playing cowboys and Indians, apparently liberal little boys practice how fast they can throw up their hands to surrender to the guys in the black hats.” – Tony Blankley

Jay Leno: Hillary Clinton is working hard to win the women’s vote; they say her campaign has six full-time staffers just for women’s “outreach.” And another six full-time staffers to keep women out of Bill’s reach. … It seems the little tiff between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton has really heated up since their last argument at the last Democratic debate. They have become distant. They barely speak to each other now. When they do speak, it’s really icy. As Hillary calls that, “marriage.” … More bad news today for John McCain. John McCain’s media team has resigned. But McCain says he intends to stay in the race, according to the campaign’s new media spokesman, John McCain. … A panel investigating NASA found a heavy use of alcohol by astronauts before launches. In at least two occasions, astronauts were allowed to fly while so intoxicated that they actually posed a health risk. Maybe that’s why they call it the Kennedy Space Center.

Quote-a-palooza

“National defense is one of the cardinal duties of a statesman.” – John Adams

“Liberals used to be the ones who argued that sending U.S. troops abroad was a small price to pay to stop genocide; now they argue that genocide is a small price to pay to bring U.S. troops home.” – Jonah Goldberg

“Gen. Dave Petraeus and his subordinate commanders are by far the best team we’ve ever had in place in that wretched country. They’re doing damned near everything right- with austere resources, despite the surge. And they’re being abandoned by your elected leaders. Maybe the next presidential primary debate should be held in Baghdad.” – Ralph Peters

“In political life today, you are considered compassionate if you demand that government impose your preferences on others.” – John Stossel

“This is pathetic. What you have right now is partisanship on Capitol Hill that quite often boils down to insults, insinuations, inquisitions and investigations rather than pursuing the normal business of trying to pass major pieces of legislation.” – Tony Snow

“Being a conservative Republican should be about more than abortion policy and the War on Terror. The [GOP presidential] candidates should have to tell voters whether they still believe in traditional principles of limited government, federalism and individual liberty.” – Michael Tanner

“Unsatisfied with thwarting a Republican effort to authorize $3 billion for a border fence, congressional Democrats are trying to enhance the incentive for illegal aliens to enter the United States by removing the citizenship requirement from the popular State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). The Republican Congress in 1996 passed legislation blocking people who are in the country illegally from claiming benefits from the federal government, and when SCHIP was created in 1997, states were required to verify citizenship. But Democrats want to take that sensible requirement for Medicaid and SCHIP and leave it to the discretion of each state. This reflects the Democrats’ eagerness to offer free services to illegals at taxpayer expense, undermining the principles of both immigration law and good governance. And it is also a step Democrats want to take toward expanding SCHIP, like their plan to expand its coverage to include children from middle-income families that make up to $83,000 per year- a plan encompassing more than 70 percent of American children. (When SCHIP first came into being it was only for families with incomes up to double the poverty level, or $40,000 for a family of four.) Expanding the program will cost $50 billion over five years; expanding it by giving states the option to not enforce the citizenship requirement pushes the price tag up even higher- although just how much would depend on how many states decide to include illegals in the program.” – The Washington Times

“You don’t make the poor richer by making the rich poorer.” – Winston Churchill

“The firm basis of government is justice, not pity.” – Woodrow Wilson

“The one pervading evil of democracy is the tyranny of the majority, or rather of that party, not always the majority, that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections.” – Lord Acton

“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash.” – Gen. George S. Patton

“Last week, a snowman was allowed to ask a question about global warming to serious candidates by way of a YouTube video. We have reduced a presidential debate to a TV game show similar to ‘Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader.’ This is no way to choose the leader of the free world.” – Rick Tyler, press secretary for Newt Gingrich

“George Washington. Abraham Lincoln. Franklin Roosevelt. John F. Kennedy. Ronald Reagan. Who among these men would answer, with a straight face, a question posed by a snowman?” – Ken Connor

“Every time ‘objective’ networks claim to seek the voice of the American people, they seem to think that 75 or 80 percent of Americans are squarely on the political left of the spectrum, people who think Dennis Kucinich-think is in the mainstream.” – Brent Bozell

“What is it about Democrat Congresswomen from California that gives them the ability to actually see global warming? I’m not sure of the answer, but am positive that for the second time in about two months, a high-ranking Democrat from California went to Greenland, and actually saw global warming.” – Noel Sheppard on Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi

“While, as I recall, conservative little boys practice quick draw with their cap guns while playing cowboys and Indians, apparently liberal little boys practice how fast they can throw up their hands to surrender to the guys in the black hats.” – Tony Blankley

Jay Leno: Hillary Clinton is working hard to win the women’s vote; they say her campaign has six full-time staffers just for women’s “outreach.” And another six full-time staffers to keep women out of Bill’s reach. … It seems the little tiff between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton has really heated up since their last argument at the last Democratic debate. They have become distant. They barely speak to each other now. When they do speak, it’s really icy. As Hillary calls that, “marriage.” … More bad news today for John McCain. John McCain’s media team has resigned. But McCain says he intends to stay in the race, according to the campaign’s new media spokesman, John McCain. … A panel investigating NASA found a heavy use of alcohol by astronauts before launches. In at least two occasions, astronauts were allowed to fly while so intoxicated that they actually posed a health risk. Maybe that’s why they call it the Kennedy Space Center.