"Tea Party protests are planned at IRS offices nationwide tomorrow. I'll bet these are gonna be huge. Under normal circumstances do you realize how foolish it would be to protest the IRS unless you're wearing a mask? I'm gonna tell you: These are fearless people."
"If the IRS had not suppressed the Tea Party the ways they did, would Romney have won? Not could have, would he have? Is this election fraudulent? It's a legitimate question because of what the IRS did."
"Scandals never stop an administration unless the media wants them to stop an administration, which means that no scandal is ever gonna stop Obama."
"The Limbaugh Theorem was not about me giving me credit for something. It was simply sharing with you when the light went off."
"The IRS suppressing the Tea Party? Could not have been political, say the Washington Post and the New York Times, because all the workers at the tax exemption office in Cincinnati say they aren't political."
"Snerdley just told me that I've ruined his day. During the entire monologue, the opening monologue of the program, I've looked on the other side of the glass and Snerdley's in there with his mouth sort of open and a facial expression that was either 'Oh, no,' as in depressed hearing what I'm hearing, or he thinks I'm off my rocker."
"Folks, look, you are the exact opposite of low-information voters, and it may be hard to understand when I say they think Obama's trying to fix it, but they do. They're emotionally invested in the guy, and nothing is going to change that."
"He called Jason Collins to congratulate him for being courageous in ditching his fiancee and coming out and announcing he's gay. Yep, so he called Jason Collins, 'Attaboy, Jason.' He called Sandra Fluke, "Attaboy, Sandra," but when it comes to these Tea Party groups, no way, no how, he's really outraged, really disturbed, it was inexcusable what happened, but Obama didn't call."
"Anybody remember the New Black Panther Party and voter intimidation in Philadelphia? What's the difference, in all candor, what is the difference in what the New Black Panther Party was doing and what the IRS was doing?"
"The Department of Justice, if there is one place in any government, any administration that is supposed to be entirely nonpartisan, it's DOJ. And I realize how absurd that sounds when I say it. If you're laughing, I'm laughing with you."
"So the IRS appeared to be the first to blow the whistle on itself, which is important for credibility. But the chilling effect here -- what this is saying to other donors, to conservative and Republican candidates and causes -- is 'Don't, because the IRS is targeting you.'"
"Money is the fuel that makes political victory possible. Sadly, folks, in many cases it's more important than ideas. And this is what turns off so many people to politics."
"So when Obama says there's no 'there' there, as far as the media's concerned, he's right. As far as the Limbaugh Theorem, he's right. There's no 'there' there, no matter what Obama does. No matter what he does, it will never be reported he did it. In fact, what will be reported is -- in this case -- Obama's trying to fix it!"
"The IRS targeting Romney donors: Frank VanderSloot, Sheldon Adelson, there were a number of them that the IRS targeted for audit simply because they donated to Romney. VanderSloot was audited three different ways, personally and professionally, three different ways."
"While this is going on, while these Tea Party people are being discriminated against and put through hoops, there's nobody in the Republican Party that was standing up for 'em."
"The explanation is that these low-information voters do not blame Obama for anything that's happening. And the truth it's exactly what he wants to happen. It happened because people he put in place are doing his bidding, but as far as the low-information people that vote for him and show up on this poll, he also opposes it."