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"The biggest net takers are municipal unions and the biggest net payers are property owners."

"The left don't care about fiscal responsibility or sanity. They don't care about balanced budgets. They don't care about any of that. It's why there's no compromise with them."

"Why should anybody think that Obama will fight for them when he doesn't even fight for his number one supporters?"

"I think the question they're asking themselves in the White House today is: 'What if all of the polling we have is wrong?'"

"States run by Republican governors are bringing back jobs. They're building trust based on results and a healthy dose of conservatism. And it's all crashing down on the Wizards of Smart, on the elitists and the academics in their ivory towers."

"These union cuts that everybody is talking about, folks, are not Draconian at all. Wisconsin, California. They're just asking union members to pay a little of their own benefits, like 5%. That's all that's going on."

"There's such a huge difference in the perception of Obama in the party from 2008 to today. And there is nobody in that party who thought three years ago they'd be anywhere near where they are today."

"Today is D-Day. How many people do you think know what D-Day is?"

"Whatever happened to this notion in America, if you want it, you buy it. If you want it, you pay for it. Whatever happened to that? Why is that considered so out of touch?"

"The conventional wisdom is that no matter who wins, the Bush tax cuts get extended. The Democrats don't want anybody thinking that that's automatic. They want to have the Republicans give up something for that, and Clinton is blowing that all to smithereens."

"Obama is not about continuing anything that's rooted in capitalism. If he wins reelection, the Bush tax cuts are not gonna be extended. I don't care what he can extract from the Republicans for it. It isn't gonna happen."

"We're all trying to figure out what a 'silent march' is here. MSNBC anchorman and journalist, the Reverend Al Sharpton, is leading a silent march on Father's Day against the stop-and-frisk policy in New York City. And if you have a protest -- if you have a 'silent march' -- and nobody makes any noise, does a protest occur?"

"I don't even have health care! It's not that it's denied me, I just choose not to. I don't have a pension! I've always assumed I have to take care of that myself. I would be living on eggshells if I had laid off all that responsibility on other people. 'Cause I don't have nearly the confidence in them to come through as I would in myself."


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