Quote-a-palooza

“I think all the world would gain by setting commerce at perfect liberty.” – Thomas Jefferson

“I really believe that the reason why the Democratic leadership has not brought [The American Energy Act] or a compromise bill like that to the floor is because it would pass.” – Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN)

“What exactly has the Democrat-controlled House done for us lately? Well, it authorized the FDA to regulate tobacco, it apologized for slavery and Jim Crow laws, and let’s not forget, the House Transportation Committee moved to ban in-flight cell phone use.” – Laura Ingraham

“Does Obama have the sort of adviser a candidate most needs- someone sufficiently unenthralled to tell him when he has worked one pedal on the organ too much? If so, Obama should be told: Enough, already, with the we-are-who-we-have-been-waiting-for rhetorical cotton candy that elevates narcissism to a political philosophy.” – George Will

“When one side sees their own country as the problem, and the other side sees their own country as the solution, somebody tell me where you compromise with that?” – Rush Limbaugh

“Any news account, biography or political history of the twentieth Century that talks about who ‘won’ the Cold War- a complicated historical reality for sure- and does not include [Alexander] Solzhenitsyn with Reagan, Thatcher, and Pope John Paul II is not only incomplete but wrong. Solzhenitsyn was the inside man.” – John Couretas Break

“Edward E. Erickson, who wrote two major works on Solzhenitsyn, argues that the key to understanding Solzhenitsyn is Christianity- the Russian Orthodox faith that framed Solzhenitsyn’s worldview.” – Albert Mohler

“Gradually it was disclosed to me that the line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either- but right through every human heart.” – Alexander Solzhenitsyn

“Such is the debt of free spirits to [Alexander] Solzhenitsyn that we owe it to him at least to consider anything he asks us to consider.” – William F. Buckley

“The capacity for self-deception, and self-justification, is large.” – Jay Nordlinger

“The exclamation of a journalist at the UNITY minority news media gathering this weekend sums up the star-struck reverence that fuels the Obama phenomenon: ‘He touched me!’ And yet, he’s sooo ‘down to earth.’ Hurtling toward a government of the stupid, by the stupid, for the stupid we go.” – Michelle Malkin

“In McCain’s universe, the planets rotate around the sun in a predictable pattern. In Obama’s universe, he is the sun.” – Kathleen Parker

“In a speech [recently], Barack Obama said he’s distantly related to the famous 19th century gunslinger Wild Bill Hickok. After hearing this, John McCain said, ‘Big deal, I went to high school with him’.” – Conan O’Brien

Jay Leno: Well, [last week] Congress officially apologized for slavery. Not a moment too soon, huh? You hate to see these things fester until there’s a lot of animosity. Thank God they nipped it in the bud like that. … Congress is going on a much-deserved break. They got so much done this year. They don’t even call it a vacation; they call it a recess. Let’s see who gets recess: kindergarten, Congress and juries. The three you can’t trust to make an adult decision. … Barack Obama may still pick a woman for VP, but not Hillary Clinton. Yeah. Well today, a top Hillary Clinton supporter named Lanny Davis said it was “inconceivable” that Obama would pick another woman over Hillary, to which Bill said, “It’s not that inconceivable.” … Yeah that’s the big talk, they say Barack Obama could decide to go with another woman. See that’s what killed John Edwards’ chances of being VP- he decided to go with another woman. … Beijing skies are so polluted that Chinese authorities are planning emergency measures for the Olympics. For example, protesters will now only be run over with hybrid tanks.

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