Skip to comments.Say What? Silly Things Uttered By Liberals...Sept 18th, 2001 Edition
Posted on 09/22/2011 9:59:34 AM PDT by Starman417
President Barack Obama: "If you love me, you've got to help me pass this bill."
President Obama to a high school audience: Tell Congress, pass the American Jobs Act.
President Obama: "It's estimated that the American Jobs Act would add two percentage points to the GDP, and add as many as 1.9 million jobs, and bring the unemployment rate down by a full percentage point."
Valerie Jarrett, White House senior adviser, to Rachel Maddow on President Obama's jobs plan: "The Congress should pass this plan and they should do it right this minute...theres no reason why we cant move forward right this minute."
Valerie Jarrett, one minute later, to Maddow: The president is going to draft the legislation, make the job a little easier for Congress and the Senate, and send it up there next week.
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, on the special election loss of NY9, a district held by Democrats for 90 years: "It's a very difficult district for Democrats."
Nancy Pelosi on this election in NY: Its one election; dont read too much into it.
Far left Democrat Senator Bernie Sanders on Solyndra: This issue is, are we picking smart winners?
Black Panther leader Shabazz: Our message to the State Department, our message to the CIA, our message to Homeland Security, our message to the government today, is that your enemy is not our enemy. Our enemies are right here in the United States of America...We have to fight. Gird up your loins college students. Gird up your loins young black man and young black woman, for the hour of war is at hand.
President Obama: "I know that, over the last couple of months, there have been Democrats who voiced concerns and nervousness about, well, in this kind of economy . . . aren't these just huge headwinds in terms of your re-election?"
NY Mayor Bloomberg: "We have a lot of kids graduating college, can't find jobs. That's what happened in Cairo. That's what happened in Madrid. You don't want those kinds of riots here."
Columnist Paul Krugman on the Obama White House: "Oh, they're good guys - and they're smart - they're just not as totalitarian forceful as I'd like."
Tavis Smiley: "That's not hating on the President, it's defending your own flanks. And whatever happened to that notion that to the victor goes the spoils? If anybody ought to be looked out for, it ought to be the persons who represent the most significant and the most loyal part of the base. That would be African-Americans."
President Jimmy Carter: "I'm not taking a position, but I would be very pleased to see [Mitt Romney] ...win the Republican nomination."
Carter: "I don't think anybody's going to beat Obama next year."
The Compliant Obama Press Corps:
MSNBC's Chris Matthews : "This is going to rip the scab off with all the conservatives watching. Is there room in the modern Republican Party any longer for someone who's even slightly an intellectual? Or has the GOP become a party that celebrates ignorance? Look at how the presidential candidates in the field proudly oppose mainstream scientific thought like, well, global warming, evolution. Look at how they grow defensive when they get facts thrown about history."
James Carville: "This may be news to you [Obama] but this is not going well. For precedent, see Russian Army 64th division at Stalingrad. There were enough deaths at Stalingrad to make the entire tea party collectively orgasm."
Al Stephanelli of the American Atheists website: Bigotry, discrimination, hatred, coercion, terrorism, slavery, misogyny and everything else that is part and parcel of fundamental Christianity and radical Islam should not be tolerated, and when any of these rear their ugly heads outside of the context of religion they are not....The fact is that fundamentalist Christians and radical Muslims are not interested in coexisting or getting along. They have no desire for peace. ..They want us to die.
Michael Moore: "They are so filled with hate for Obama, it has so blinded them -- their rage, their hate and for many of them, their racism -- let's just call it out for what it is. They can't see that they've all hopped on the Titanic, which I call the Tea-tanic."
Bill Maher: "Are you watching these debates? Yes, the politicians are bad, but the people who egg them on. There are these crowds cheering for executions. Cheering for letting people without health insurance die. In today's Republican party there's a term for people who hate charity and love killing: Christian."
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
As I said on another thread about the 'jobs bill':
"Okay. I can agree to that."
So what am I missing? All this was said a week after terrorists hit the World Trade Center?
How telling is it that obama says to pass this bill “if you love ME?”
Not, “if you love America.”
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