Say What? Archive

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January 11, 2011

"It's a surveyor's symbol."

– aide Rebecca Mansour, describing the crosshairs on a Sarah Palin electoral map posted in 2010

January 10, 2011

"Please look into protection for your family. An attempt on you could bring the Republic down."

– Glenn Beck in an email to Sarah Palin

January 09, 2011

"War and Peace...'The best of times and the worst of times'..."

– RNC chairman Michael Steele, naming his favorite book, then paraphrasing the opening line of A Tale of Two Cities

January 07, 2011

"I'll tell you why [religion's] not a scam, in my opinion: tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication...It always comes in, and always goes out. You can't explain that."

– Bill O'Reilly

January 06, 2011

"Actually, Obama. He's not too bright. Someone's gotta knock some sense into that idiot."

– UFC mixed martial artist Jacob Volkmann, asked who he would like to face next

January 05, 2011

"I've been a racist since 1921. I don't know how they can think that I'm imitating Hitler"

– Mussolini, quoted in a mistress' recently-published diary

January 03, 2011

"One of the most corrupt presidents in modern times."

– incoming House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman Darrell Issa on Obama, later explaining that he meant to say "one of the most corrupt administrations in modern times"

January 01, 2011

"The Chinese are kicking our butts in everything. If this was China, do you think the Chinese would have called off the game? People would have been marching down to the stadium, they would have walked and they would have been doing calculus on the way down."

– PA governor Ed Rendell, on postponement of Eagles game due to blizzard

December 30, 2010

"I'm a Christian, I've made mistakes myself, I believe fervently in second chances. But Michael Vick killed dogs, and he did in a heartless and cruel way. And I think, personally, he should've been executed for that."

– Tucker Carlson

December 29, 2010

"Computers are going to keep getting smaller and smaller. Ultimately, they will go inside our bodies and brains and make us healthier, make us smarter. We'll be online all the time. Search engines won't wait to be asked."

– Ray Kurzweil, on the future