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"Obama is a statist. He's an authoritarian. He doesn't want to govern; he wants to rule."
"A time-honored Obama technique is go ahead and say something that's correct and then 'but, on the other hand,' which then equates what comes next with what he said first."
"I love the Israelis. Obama yesterday, in his outreach of love speech at Cairo University, admonished the Israelis to stop building settlements on the West Bank. So the Israelis responded today by increasing their construction of what they're now calling 'Obama huts.'"
"Goldman Sachs is predicting that by the end of the year oil will be at $85 a barrel by the end of the year. Today it spiked at over $70 a barrel. So if -- and I mean IF, capital I, capital F -- there is any recovery, despite Obama's policies, $85-a-barrel gasoline is going to wipe it out."
"A time-honored Obama technique is to go ahead and say something that's correct and then 'But, on the other hand,' which then equates what comes next with what he said first."
"My friends, the plot thickens. One of Sonia Sotomayor's best friends says that Sonia Sotomayor is 'open' on the question of abortion and would follow the law. Hmm."
"Most Americans don't want to believe that their president intends to benefit from the country being harmed. It won't work. People will not be able to put their arms around that. Average Americans who are not political junkies will not be able to grasp that."
"Obama's voters have a cult-like attachment, emotional attachment to him. You wonder if even devastating personal economic circumstances will wake 'em up. This is the big question."
"This is too rich. Howard Dean has been appointed as chairman of the Progressive Book Club, and he says that his next battle 'will be to beat the conservative book industry.' There is no conservative book industry. We just outsell liberals because we're better writers and it's more interesting stuff. This is going to be every bit as successful as Air America was."
"Obama makes the visit to Buchenwald all about him and his family. It's just narcissistic. And he compares himself, of course, to FDR."