12.19.2007

Quotes Of The Year

1. "Don't Tase Me, Bro!" -- plea made by University of Florida student Andrew Meyer. 2. "I personally believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because some people out there in our nation don't have maps and I believe that our education like such as in South Africa and Iraq and everywhere like such as and I believe that they should our education over here in the U.S. should help the U.S. or should help South Africa and should help Iraq and the Asian countries so we will be able to build up our future for us." -- Lauren Upton 3. "In Iran we don't have homosexuals like in your country." -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad 4. "That's some nappy-headed hos there." -- Don Imus 5. "I don't recall." -- Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' repeated response to questioning at a congressional hearing about the firing of U.S. attorneys. 6. "There's only three things he (Rudy Giuliani) mentions in a sentence: a noun and a verb and 9/11." -- Sen. Joseph Biden, speaking at a Democratic presidential debate. 7. "I'm not going to get into a name-calling match with somebody (Vice President Dick Cheney) who has a 9 percent approval rating." -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat. 8. "(I have) a wide stance when going to the bathroom." -- Idaho Republican Sen. Larry Craig's explanation of why his foot touched that of an undercover policeman in a men's room. 9. "I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that's a storybook, man." -- Biden describing rival Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. 10. "I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history." -- Former President Jimmy Carter in an interview in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette newspaper. Source.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

"I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history." --

somebody needs to tell Jimmy Carter that as the second worst president in history he has no business pointing out anyone below him.

Anonymous said...

#2 is the winner hands down.

Anonymous said...

Stevie Wonder should be publicly thrashed and sanctioned for calling himself a "nappy headed boy" in one of his songs. First, it's clear you can't call a black person nappy-headed, even if it's true. Second, "boy" is as offensive to a black man as "ho" is to a black woman. I expect any minute now that Al Sharpton will be on Larry King getting seriously in Stevie Wonder's face.

Billy carter said...

That quote by Carter is priceless...

"Hello, Kettle? This is the Pot. I just wanted to let you know that YOU'RE BLACK!!!"

He must be suffering from a serious case af "old-timer's."

Silicone Alley said...

Al Sharpton needs to get that stick out of his ass!!! He is the most half-witted racist SOB. He is the one that is destroying his own people. (Did I say that politically correct, is someone going to come after me now for not being sensitive to their racial background?)If they are going to use the race card, so be it I will too!! From now on its all "Because I'm Mexican." You know what if you cant take a joke, then go F*** yourself!!!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Anyone else think that #1 and #2 would combine nicely?

"Don't taze me HO!"
I'm sure I've heard that line at least once in wise county.

Anonymous said...

I appreciated the humanitarian efforts of Ronald Reagan as well as Jimmy Carter. At least, there weren't 3000 soldiers and countless civilians, including children, killed as a result of a war brought on by a personal agenda and forced on us by lies. Give me a humanitarian anytime. I hope for a time of peace for my children and grandchildren.

Anonymous said...

7:16, when a madman attacks a peaceful ally of the U.S. and starts launching missiles into Israel, I WANT a president that takes it personally. Leaders of the radical Muslim world have proclaimed with great pride that they want your children and grandchildren to die. Right now. And they are willing to die just to make sure your family dies. And you'd like to send Dr. Phil to go over and make nice?

Anonymous said...

Actually I would like my president to bomb the right people, the ones who attacked us! I would like our troops adequately armed and supplied without turning the US treasury over to Cheney's buddies. I would like America to abide by the Geneva conventions and our president to abide by our own constitution. I would actually like a president who tells the truth........but that may be for another wish list.

Anonymous said...

I believe Jimmy Carter and the Teenage Beauty Queen are related. Jimmy Carter has apparently lost his memory concerning his decisions as our President and the Beauty Queen just flat lost what the hell she was thinking.

Anonymous said...

For the record, and for those of you who can't really seem to read, what Jimmy was talking about was the effect of this administration's actions on our reputation abroad. Internationally, Carter was always appreciated, and his decisions enhanced international respect for the U.S. Many of those same decisions were extremely unpopular at home, which is why so many of you hold him in low esteem.

But the subject of his comment was our international reputation, and in that regard he is most certainly NOT "the pot calling the kettle black."

Anonymous said...

Iran thought highly of Carter didn't they? They showed just how much whenever they released our hostages just as Reagan was taking the oath. Talk about egg on your face. Carter never met a dictator he didn't like.

Anonymous said...

hey 10:29...
I think it's you that doesn't seem to "get it." The last thing we as Americans should care about is our reputation on the international scene. The simple fact is, we take good care of our friends and I say to heck with the rest of them, particularly those who would destroy our way of life if they had half a chance. I could care less if we have good relations with Iran, because WE NEVER WILL UNTIL WE SURRENDER TO THEM! It doesn't matter how many olive bramches we put out, we can't win the world over with "a Coke and a smile."
Get your head out of the sand...

Contra said...

Ooooooh, those Iranians were "really scared of the gipper."
It could not have been any kind of other dealings in the background that caused Iran to so conveniently turned the hostages loose at that very moment of the oath.

hypocricy hunter said...

12:23 and 12:10 represent well our republican administration. Like the radical muslims, they believe that killing their enemy is the only answer. Like the radical muslims, they do not believe in diplomacy of any sort. Like the radical muslims, they only care about themselves and their own agenda. Like the radical muslims, they cannot concieve of a world in which other opinions, religions, or forms of government can co-exist.

Anonymous said...

9:31, It's called good vs evil. We were minding our own business on the morning of 9/11. They declared war on us not us on them. So go make a peace offering and see what that and a nickel will get you. Happy winter solstice observance. Your way of thinking is why we must not elect weenies.

Anonymous said...

hypocricy [sic] hunter,

hey, how are things going in utopia these days?