"Don't stop pounding them, folks. Remember what Senator Cruz said. Just call 'em. Keep calling your senator and your members of the House of Representatives, members of Congress. Keep calling them."
"The caller said Scalia sounds just like me. I mean, I can't get a better compliment. I have said over the years that if I didn't have my brain, I'd like to have Scalia's. So now here's a caller to C-SPAN saying Scalia sounds exactly like me when he talks, a perfect match!"
"I have often said that what animates people on the left -- what motivates them, what informs them -- is defeating us. No matter how, no matter what, no matter what it means. Their hatred for us overwhelms anything else."
"So now it's not just schools or doctor's offices or where you vote, the military, the NFL or football games. Now it's even the Supreme Court that has been turned into an advocacy unit of the Obama administration. Not even hiding it."
"Mr. Snerdley, a quick question for you, sir. Do you think in either of these cases -- Proposition 8 remanded and sent back or DOMA found to be unconstitutional -- has gay marriage, as of today, because of either or both or any of these decisions, now been found to be constitutional?"
"Just 18 months ago. Leading up to the 2012 presidential election, Barack Obama opposed gay marriage. 18 months ago, the homosexual community was very upset with Barack Obama for failing to come through on this issue, if you remember. Eighteen months ago and four years prior, many in the activist gay community on the left were very upset with Obama for not advancing their agenda, which happened to be gay marriage."
"The Republican Party is not known for hate -- well, it may be known for it, but it's not the case. The Republican Party doesn't hate gays, doesn't hate anybody."
"Just a year and a half ago, President Obama was opposed to gay marriage. Now the whole country, we're told, supports it -- and those who don't are bigots."
"Everybody remembers where they were the first day, the first time they heard this show. We once did a whole show of nothing but callers recounting what they were doing and where they were when they first heard that show."
"What the Supreme Court majority said today essentially was, 'We're gonna find that DOMA was bad because we don't like the people who are for it. We don't care about the law. We don't care what happened legislatively. We just don't like the people because we think the people who support DOMA hate gays and they don't like gay marriage and they make fun of gay people and they stigmatize gay people and we want to stick it to 'em. So here's your DOMA, and put it where the sun don't shine.'"
"They, the majority on the Supreme Court in this decision, used character assassination as a means of deciding this case, not the law."
"If Scalia's dissent is right, what it means is that the common, ordinary fisticuff arguments between left and right in this country have now taken over the Supreme Court. And the law and judicial restraint, temperament and all that has evaporated. And the court is no different than a barroom now."
"So you want take God out of everything and there's not gonna be a problem. There also won't be what has always been known as this country. There will be a country, but it won't be what it was founded as, and that's what's really going on."
"The door is open a crack, and it's gonna be real tough to close it. When the definition of marriage has now been thrown wide open, it's gonna be able to include a bunch of things that heretofore were not deemed acceptable or right or proper or legal or what have you."
"Marriage is something. Nobody is saying it's not. If you want to get married, there are certain qualifications. There have been certain qualifications. If you don't meet them, you can't do it. I can't get into a bunch of clubs I'd like to get into either, 'cause I don't fit. Big deal!"