All statements involving Rush Limbaugh
"Q: What do these ‘Patriotic' Americans have in common? A: They are all Draft Dodgers."
Research shows that "a vast majority of arriving immigrants today come here because they believe that government is the source of prosperity, and that's what they support."
Says Rush Limbaugh made it clear he’d rather see the country fail than President Barack Obama succeed.
Says it's not "accidental" that the villain in the Batman movie is named Bane.
"Obamacare is . . . the largest tax increase in the history of the world."
Says Rick Perry is "the guy that tracked" down Democratic legislators who fled Texas in 2003.
Alaska's Prince William Sound "is pristine now."
People "can't go fishing anymore because of Obama."
There are "high administrative costs" when you donate to Haiti relief through the White House Web site.
A recent drop in the unemployment rate is questionable because it was calculated "over two days of the Thanksgiving week."
The health care bills will be "mandated spending. You can't cut it, regardless of the budget circumstances."
"That 3.5 percent (increase in the third quarter GDP) came from two things — government spending on Cash for Clunkers — they just moved fourth-quarter auto sales into the third quarter — and the first-time home buyer thing."
The government is "going to have the right to get into your bank account with the health care bill and make transfers without you knowing it."
"President Obama . . . wants to mandate circumcision."
On the day the House voted on the climate change bill, "there was not even a copy of the bill in the well of the House, which is standard. It wasn't even written."
Sotomayor "ruled against the white firefighter — Ricci and other white firefighters — just on the basis that she thought women and minorities should be given a preference because of their skin color and because of the history of discrimination in the past. The law was totally disregarded."
Sen. Arlen Specter's party switch could "end up giving Republicans the ability to filibuster judicial nominees at the Judiciary Committee level so that the nominees never get out of committee."
"You can't read a speech by George Washington . . . without hearing him reference God, the Almighty."
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