"We're the one element of the media, and certain places at Fox, that haven't fallen in line. And, as such, we're looked at as dangerous renegades."
"The way Obama voters and non-Obama voters deal with unemployment are a very different."
"The idea of going back to college scares me, and I didn't even go. I went to college for one year, two semesters. If you add up the total time, I probably didn't even go one semester."
"The White House is comparing the Middle East upheaval to the Berlin Wall coming down? In their dreams! Either they don't understand what happened at the Berlin Wall or else they're depressed about it falling."
"I think when you stop and think about it in context, it is absolutely chilling. Here we have an act of terrorism -- our ambassador's dead along with two SEALs and a State Department official -- and the president went out of his way, and still is, to exonerate those who are guilty."
"What happened to all that lowering the sea levels, ending the war? I guess you can't do any of that from inside Washington, either."
"Folks, when Greece goes south or Spain or Portugal or whatever, and nothing against those places, but it doesn't ripple across world. When we do, it does. The world needs the United States to get the world back to working. The world needs the United States for the world to get back to prosperity."
"We, American conservatives, pose a greater threat to Barack Obama than Al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, or any of the other terrorist organizations over there."
"I got to thinking last night, and I've said this before, and I'm not crying over spilt milk. I'm not even crying. I'm just observing how different this would all be if the media were even 35% fair. A lot of people, in a constitutional sense, look at the media as the referees. And I don't know that they've ever been the referees, but I'll tell you how most people feel. I think most people bring it down to the essence of what's going on. We're being cheated. It's just that simple."
"The mainstream media today has the biggest disconnect with its audience that it's ever, ever had. And as the disconnect grows and as more and more people distrust them, then the media digs in more and more and says you don't know what you're talking about, you don't know how we do our jobs, you don't know what's important."
"All of this is really being manipulated and used as a campaign issue. It's not even about foreign policy. That's playing second fiddle to the value all of this has in the campaign. American foreign policy playing second fiddle, secondary, tertiary status to Obama's campaign. That's the real disgusting thing about this."
"There's a void of leadership in a lot of Washington. I think one of the reasons why there's so much angst across the country."
"Obama's a community organizer, and Saul Alinsky said that organizers are not leaders, by definition, and he got that right."