"Are we now all of a sudden gonna start paying attention to comments posted on blogs by anonymous twerps? Go take a look at what is said about your average Republican politician on those blogs, and I don't see anybody getting all upset about that."
"You go to a wedding school and when you're there you break up, you break the engagement? I should have known. I don't think they refund. I don't know how much it costs. Obviously, it's gonna cost something."
"How many of you have heard the name Bob McDonnell? Quick. If you haven't heard of him, he was the governor of Virginia for a few years. I have to tell you, I had no idea he was a threat to Hillary Clinton. I didn't even know that McDonnell was planning on running for president. But he must be doing something because the Democrats, after he's left office, have indicted him out there."
"I should have known when I brought this up that I shouldn't have brought it up. But, no, I went ahead and brought up marriage school, and now I'm hearing how valuable it can be. Oh, gee."
"Given that the streets of the Upper East Side have not been plowed by Bill de Blasio, would you assume that there are traffic problems there? I would. I would assume that there are traffic delays, bottlenecks, perhaps even for emergency service vehicles, much like there was when the lanes from Fort Lee were blocked on the George Washington Bridge."
"I'm kind of like Richard Sherman. I think all of you see things the exact way I do, and if I think something is sophistry, that you do."
"People are asking, 'Are you going to the Super Bowl?' No way. It's mass transit, and mass transit is not me, folks."
"Paul Bedard in the Washington Examiner: Wall Street Adviser: Actual Unemployment is 37.2%. Be honest with yourself, folks. You hear that 92 million Americans are not working, there are today nine million fewer jobs in the labor force than when Obama was inaugurated, and they tell us that the unemployment rate is 6.7%?"
"If this stuff is true about Bob McDonnell, this is literally stupid. Accepting a Rolex watch and $140,000 in cash? How dumb do you have to be to do that? If he wanted to start raking in the big bucks, he could have started a foundation, started giving speeches for whatever, $30,000 (I don't know what the going rate is), and really started selling his influence the old fashioned way, the Clinton way."
"You hear that 92 million Americans are not working, 92 million while global unemployment is just over 200 million people, and we have half of the world's unemployed. This is the industrialized world, now. Half of the industrialized world's unemployed are in America, and they tell us that the unemployment rate is, what, 6.7%?"
"How does a newspaper succeed with the name 'Christian' in it? Why doesn't the Drive-By Media hate this thing? Oh, yeah, Christian Science Monitor. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So it's okay."