"I don't think Obama's 'optimal' comment is that big a deal, but there is a point to be made about it. He has no trouble whatsoever excoriating an American citizen over a video. He'll describe that person in the most despicable terms. But when it comes to the death of the ambassador, 'Well, yeah, the death of four Americans, it's not optimal.' He does have a different set of values."
"I've learned that in my 25 years: You can't laugh at liberals. They don't have a sense of humor. They really don't."
"The AP is being generous when they ask: Did anybody in Washington read what the CIA said? Because what the White House and the administration were saying bore no resemblance to the truth."
"This blogger from the Huffing and Puffington Post starts sputtering about how this broke the format, supposed to be apolitical, we weren't expecting abortion. You weren't, at a Catholic dinner? If not there, where? It's a presidential campaign, and you've got the regime out spreading all these lies about Republicans and Planned Parenthood?"
"The administration concocted the video to cover up for the fact that they left Libya wide open for Al-Qaeda after taking out Al-Qaeda. It's stunning, literally. It's either brazen incompetence or huge, calculated, coordinated lying."
"Real comedy is funny because it's edgy where the truth is concerned. There's always truth in great comedy."
"You might have presidents that are commie SOBs when it comes to welfare and that, but most, if not every, American thinks that every president is as focused on protecting this country as anybody would be."
"Ladies and gentlemen, the American people, even dork actresses, will not tolerate a president whose priority is fundraising and golf ahead of national security."
"We're starting to see more people write about how Obama's losing it, losing the momentum. Not the election yet, but losing the momentum. The bloom's off the rose."
"The bottom line here on this Benghazi stuff is for the next debate, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter what Obama said in the Oval Office. It doesn't matter whether he called it a terror attack or not. That's no longer the story. It goes much deeper than that.