47 percent would support a socialist, 58 percent an atheist
When a Gallup poll asked about presidential candidate characteristics, "When they get to the question on, 'Would you vote for a socialist,' it is even less popular than voting for atheists."
A California 'just kidding'
"In 40 years of broadcast, I have never endorsed any candidate."
A component, but an awfully small one
Guantanamo has "never been a key component of ISIS or al-Qaida propaganda."
Long time gay rights supporter
Says "Bernie Sanders was there when it came to (same-sex) marriage 20 years ago. ... He was there when it wasn't popular."
Claim still holds up
"More Americans have died from guns in the United States since 1968 than on battlefields of all the wars in American history."
An 'anomaly' among economic peers
"There are actually only 30 countries that practice birthright citizenship."
GOP won women by 1 percentage point in '88
"The Republican presidential nominee hasn’t won women since 1988."
Huevos rancheros for thought
"The majority of the Hispanic population and the growth (of the population) is U.S.-born."
Hard to regulate across state lines
"With the exception of baby formula, the federal government does not require any food to carry an expiration date, and state laws vary widely."
That was then. This is now.
Says Donald Trump "has supported a Canadian-style universal health care system."
Facts don't appear on Trump's side
Despite what Donald Trump claims, "there weren’t 15,000 people who turned out in Phoenix" to see Trump speak.
Tourists like both places, too
"Greece is not a big economy. It's about the size of metropolitan Miami."
'At age 34, one out of four women are virgins in Japan'
"46 percent of women between the age of 16 to 24 despise sexual contact" in Japan.
No one can remember it be lowered
The Confederate battle flag at the South Carolina statehouse "must fly at a height of 30 feet. Any changes -- taken down, or even at half-staff, if that can be done -- must be passed by a supermajority of the General Assembly."
What's in YOUR wallet?
47 percent of Americans "can’t pay for an unexpected $400 expense through savings or credit cards, without selling something or borrowing money."
A fair observation
"Fox News barely covered (the Duggar family) scandal until Megyn Kelly was able to secure this interview."
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