"What kind of country do we have now? At least the people of Egypt had the good sense to turn out in the streets and express displeasure with the way they were treated."
"I have been right and on the cutting edge about much in my career. Obamacare, Mr. Snerdley, I've gotta put up there in the top five, in 25 years."
"I thought Obamacare was going to make health care finally affordable for everybody, whenever they wanted it, whatever they needed, that it was finally gonna happen, and that some 30 million poor, lost soul Americans who didn't have coverage were going to automatically be covered and that if you like your policy and your doctor and all, you get to keep it. I thought it was magic. But did you notice almost immediately after Obama signed it into law, various industries and individual companies began to be excused from it."
"What I can't quite reconcile is, Obama and the Democrats sold this as a utopia program. They sold this as a panacea. They sold this as a magic bullet solution. They sold this as something every American wants and the world wants, and it's apparently not that. It's apparently so bad that to actually have it placed into operation, implemented, would cause the president and his party a lot of harm at the ballot box. Imagine that."
"Obama just canceled the game. He didn't want Obamacare to play out, so he canceled it, for now. He'll play the game, we'll go back to it when he's got the Congress in his back pocket. Then he'll reschedule the game."
"The Democrats are very wise to fear a 2010-like turnout in 2014. That's why Obama has delayed by one year the implementation of the employer mandate, because it's nothing but albatross."
"Obamacare is the reason the Democrats got shellacked in the midterms of 2010, and Obamacare and amnesty and the Democrat Party in general could be the reason why the Democrats get shellacked again in the 2014 midterms."
"The media is totally invested in George Zimmerman being convicted as a racist "white Hispanic." They are totally invested, and it looks like the prosecution's case is just imploding -- and, as such, there's panic now. So much so, ladies and gentlemen, so much so that there is now talk and agitating for race riots."
"The founding of this country, it's so improperly taught, if taught at all. But the founding of this country from the Declaration all the way through the Constitution and the Constitutional Convention, is a miracle."
"The Fed dollars are bailing out and propping up rich people all over the place to the detriment of middle-class people. The dollar is becoming more and more worthless. The ability for a family in the middle class to accrue wealth is becoming harder and harder and harder."
"We had a caller yesterday that suggested, essentially: Let's pass the amnesty bill so as to help Marco Rubio get elected and save the country. Question: If we're gonna do that, should the jury convict an innocent George Zimmerman in order to avoid race riots around the country?"
"There are two major issues where the Republican Party could revive itself. All they would have to do is align with the majority thinking in this country. One is Obamacare; the other is amnesty."
"The private sector is where opportunity is for average people. For the middle class, the private sector is where growth is, the growth opportunity, the pie that gets bigger and your piece of it. It's the middle class. It's not in government. It's in the private sector."
"A golden opportunity has been presented to 'em. The regime has canceled, has delayed a fundamental element of its own plan! That door is wide open for the Republicans to run in there and say, 'See? They're admitting this thing is unworkable! They're admitting it's no good. We just need to get rid of the whole thing.'"
"I mean, for 25 years I have been listening to businessmen complain, whine, moan that they're not CEOs of their companies. They've had to become health care experts. That their job, so much time at their job is devoted to making sure their employees have health care, that it's affordable, the best policy. They hate it."