Say What? Archive

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May 11, 2012

"Has shaken his fist at the same God who created and defined marriage...A sad day for America."

– Rev. Franklin Graham on Obama

May 10, 2012

"Bipartisanship ought to consist of Democrats coming to the Republican point of view."

– Senatorial candidate Richard Mourdock, winner of the Indiana GOP primary

May 08, 2012

"If General Motors, Ford and Chrysler get the bailout that their chief executives asked for yesterday, you can kiss the American automotive industry goodbye."-- Mitt Romney, 2008"Bailout of enterprises that are in trouble, that's not the way to go. I know President Bush started it with the auto industry. I thought it was a mistake."-- Mitt Romey, 2009"I pushed the idea of a managed bankruptcy, and finally when that was done, and help was given, the companies got back on their feet. So, I'll take a lot of credit for the fact that this industry has come back."-- Mitt Romney, 2012"

May 08, 2012

"There is a wild and crazy man inside there."

– Ann Romney on husband Mitt

May 07, 2012

"Total advertising revenue of the U.S. newspaper industry in 2011: $23,900,000,000.Of Google: $36,500,000,000.-- from May 2012 Harper's Index"

May 03, 2012

"I'm not totally certain I will get to the moon colony."

– Newt Gingrich, finally suspending his campaign

May 01, 2012

"Take a risk, get the education, borrow money if you have to from your parents, start a business."-- Mitt Romney"A critical, early $10 million."-- Mitt and Ann Romney's investment in their son Tagg's private equity fund, according to a New York Times account"

May 01, 2012

"Trudeau Doonesbury's mad at Oreilly so he takes a cheap shot at me - assh*le."

– Geraldo Rivera, in recent tweet

April 30, 2012

"We're being held in a laundry room deep inside building - I need to get outside!"

– tweet from Geraldo Rivera during a recent Taliban attack in Kabul

April 27, 2012

"You get these blogs out there, you know, Bottomfeeder, Buzzsaw, Buzzfeed, whatever they are, and they take a sentence out of context and it becomes a headline and pretty soon mainstream newspapers pick up on that."

– Jon Huntsman