"If Palin, Trump, and I spoke on Wednesday night -- the night Clinton's speaking -- the networks and NBC would call the NFL and ask them to move the game so they could cover it."
"So the Huffing and Puffington Post says that Mitt Romney's Bain Capital was seeded with money from Latin American death squads. What's the difference in that and the Democrats being underwritten by Planned Parenthood and NARAL? If they're not death squads, I don't know what is."
"We are in the middle of a political terrorism campaign. This is political terrorism, what's going on. Romney is a felon. Romney is a tax cheat. Romney kills women with cancer. Romney founded Bain Capital with money from right-wing death squads in El Salvador. Romney wants to rob from the middle class and give to the rich."
"I'm not a politician. And, folks, those people play this game (whatever you call it) by a totally different set of rules than you and I go about living our lives."
"I am really worried about this election. I am really worried about what's gonna happen to this country if this guy wins. I've never felt this way about an election before."
"I look at this election, and if Obama wins this? I am just worried for everybody, what the country's going to be, how it's gonna change, and we may not be able to get it back."
"We are in the middle of a political terrorism campaign. This is political terrorism, what's going on."
"Obama's at a fundraiser today, and guess who is introducing him? Well-known contraception expert Sandra Fluke is introducing Barack Obama. So is it coincidental, ladies and gentlemen, that my name would pop up in the Drive-By Media last night and today?"
"The only reason people want the rich to pay more taxes is because they want the rich to feel some pain. They want somebody to stick it to the rich. And Obama's running around making it sound like that's exactly what he's gonna do. There's no pretense that there's any good politics attached to it. This is pure envy."
"Obama's campaign is nothing but the worst of the worst. We shouldn't need the media to point that out. It ought to be obvious. And yet it works. It's frustrating to admit it, frustrating to know it, but it works."
"The way football is talked about and reported now is forever different, and the genie's out of the bottle. It's not gonna ever go back to being what it was now."
"We have never had this great an opportunity, this great a contrast between who we are and who our opponents are. This guy, Obama, is a sitting duck. He ought to be a sitting duck. There is no reason to compromise with any of this. All this notion of walking across the isle and making friends, that's not even relevant with this, with this Democrat Party."
"We've never, ever had a greater opportunity to teach the American people who the Democrats of today are, who the liberals of today are, what they're doing. The damage that they are wreaking on this country, we have never, ever had a greater opportunity, and I'm sorry, Republican Party, it's not enough to do it every day on talk radio."
"The problem with the Republican base voter is they know they get it, but they're not sure that their party still gets it. And they don't understand how anybody can't get it, how anybody can't understand what we're up against."
"This election season is not common. This campaign is not common, it's not like every other one before. And that's because of the last three-and-a-half years and what's happened in this country."
"Obama wants to overwhelm this country with welfare recipients. That's the fastest way to bring about the transformation that he wants."
"Obama is doing everything he can to grow the government while making it look like he doesn't want to and isn't. He's doing everything he can to create more and more dependency in the American people while he's saying he wants to do the opposite."