By Ted Rueter
"Am I diverse? Yeah. Deep down, you recognize you must put on wider bottoms; you are simply now not safe sufficient. . . . Do I do my hair with a weed whacker? I admit it." --Rep. James Traficant (D-Ohio, 1985-2002)
Supposedly a few of our brightest audio system, politicians say a few beautiful silly issues. contributors of America's significant political events positioned out a roaring circulate of downright dumb reviews, pronouncements, and observations. For evidence, glance no additional than Ted Rueter's 449 silly issues Democrats Have stated.
In 449 silly issues Democrats Have stated. Al Gore acknowledged, "I could have kissed Tipper longer on the convention." Hillary Rodham Clinton, in the course of a 2000 crusade interview with sizzling ninety seven, a long island hip-hop radio station, acknowledged, "Motown, Motown: that is my period. these are my people." Rueter snags all of them and gives brilliant collections of quotations that may actually cross down in history.- Amazon.ca
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Ed Koch (mayor of New York, 1978–1989) Lockboxes “My plan to put Social Security in an ironclad lockbox has gotten a lot of attention recently, and I’m glad about that. But I’m afraid that it’s overshadowing some vitally important proposals. For instance, I’ll put Medicaid in a walk-in closet. I’ll put the Community Reinvestment Act in a secured gym locker. S. Tax Code than those old hockey nets at the Boston Garden. Beam me up. ” —Bill Clinton (president 1993–2001), on lying to the grand jury about Monica Lewinsky “Rather than lie to the grand jury itself, the president lied about his relationship with Ms.
Senate from Ohio in 2004) “I don’t know if you’ve been following the polls. ” —John Edwards (2004 presidential candidate), announcing his candidacy on The Daily Show on Comedy Central Opposing Counsel “I want you to disregard all the opposing counsel has said. … I think they should be handcu ed, chained to a fence, and ogged. ” —Marcy Kaptur (representative from Ohio, 1983–), comparing Osama bin Laden to the Founding Fathers. She later apologized for the statement. “He’s been out in these countries for decades building roads, building schools, building infrastructure, building day-care facilities, building health-care facilities, and the people are extremely grateful.
S. ” —Bill Clinton (president, 1993–2001), denying that he had sexually harassed Kathleen Willey “You’re smart. ” —Al Gore (2000 presidential nominee), after his second presidential debate in 2000 with George W.
449 Stupid Things Democrats Have Said by Ted Rueter