Statements about Pundits
Tells President Barack Obama that he also asked former President George W. Bush about how he felt about Americans hating him.
Many of the 9/11 conspirators came from the Muslim Brotherhood, including Osama bin Laden, Ayman Zawahiri and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Under Hosni Mubarak's rule, "Egypt received more American dollars than any country besides Israel."
In the 1980s, "The lowest income people had the biggest gains."
"From 1980 to 1990, the top 1 percent saw their income go up by roughly 80 percent" while "the median wage in the country over (the same) 10 years went up 3 percent."
The White House "branded" the memorial service for the Tucson shootings with a "Together We Thrive" logo and slogan.
"Saturday's shootings reflect a disturbing trend. Mass shootings have become commonplace since the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007. There have been dozens of incidents where three or more people have been fatally wounded. Hundreds have died."
Says Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will "force you to stop using your cell phone" while driving.
"Barack Obama is in an economy that's only worsened since he's been president of the United States."
"Nobody has played clips over and over ... of President Obama (saying), 'If they bring a knife to the fight, we'll bring a gun.' "
"Most" of the newspapers that endorsed Alex Sink also endorsed Barack Obama.
Says Marco Rubio said that "people who essentially don't agree with him, ought to leave the country, like Keith Olbermann."
"Do you know that we have pipes carrying natural gas in this country that are made of wood? I'm not joking."
Ed Schultz said Alan Grayson is "what it's all about."
"Over 10 years, (extending tax cuts for the wealthy) would add less to the deficit than Obama added with the stimulus in one year."
"There have been more terrorist attacks on U.S. soil by ... Muslims in Obama's first 18 months in office than in the six years under Bush after he invaded Iraq."
"The president's party always gets shellacked in midterms. It's only twice, 1934 and 2002, that the president's party actually gained in both the House and the Senate."
Charlie Crist's "personal approval numbers are plummeting."
"Forty-five percent of those who've been unemployed, they've been unemployed for six months or longer."
"The federal government is now on track" for the second-largest budget deficit "in 65 years."
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