A couple of quotes I found on posted on dKos.
First, a commenter from Bill O’Reilly’s site discusses immigration:
Posted By: D. Morgan Saunders (2510 posts) 21 Jul 2007 – 3:22 PM PT
Reply: RE: The O’Reilly Factor (Fri 07/20) – Who’s looking out for John Doe?, Handling criminal aliens on the local level, more…
The Democrats Are Weak On Defense – The “Do Nothing Congress” – * And Moan – While Our Troops ( Our Loved Ones ) put their heart and soul on the line 24-7-365 – While our borders are wide open for more terrorists to join their brothers right here in our own back-yard – our Homeland! I certainly Agree – Until all these “Towel Heads” Stand-Up for America and Its Citizens – They Can All Go To Hell – And Get The Hell-Out-Of-Our-Country!! Thank “God” for Sean Hannity – Rush – Larry Kudlow – and Bill O’Reilly- for keeping America Great and Safe! Most of us are “Proud To Be American’s” We love our Freedom and Country! May God Continue To Bless America – Our President – Our Government – Its Citizens – AND OUR TROOPS!!
That thing deserves some kind of award solely on punctuation. I especially love the quotes around “God”.
And Newt — on his possibly condescending to grace us as President:
“If, in mid-October, it’s quite clear that one or more of the current candidates is strong enough to be a serious alternative to a Clinton-Obama ticket, you don’t need me to run,” the former House Speaker said at a breakfast sponsored by the American Spectator. “If it becomes patently obvious, as the morning paper points out, that the Democrats have raised a hundred million more than the Republicans, and at some point people decide we are going to get Hillary unless there’s a radical change, then there’s space for a candidate,” he added. “So you’ll know by mid-October one of those two futures is real.”
Asked by The Examiner if he was prepared to commit to a run, Gingrich said, “I’m perfectly happy to do what I do,” he said. “Whether that leads to the presidency is the country’s problem, not mine. …
Pressed by The Examiner about whether his political baggage renders him unelectable, Gingrich compared himself to a famous French statesman. “This is like going to De Gaulle when he was at Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises during the Fourth Republic and saying, ‘Don’t you want to rush in and join the pygmies?’” he said.
Gingrich/Sink Lettuce ’08!