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"Did you think that two hours before the Super Bowl started, you were gonna get the truth of what happened in Benghazi from Obama? Did you think Obama was gonna say, 'Yeah, we knew the Obamacare website wasn't gonna work, and it's not about that anyway; it's about controlling your life.'?"

"The only thing I didn't foresee was all the turnovers, but I knew the pass rush. Denver, supposedly they'd stared down a great pass rush from the Kansas City Chiefs twice during the season, but they had never seen what hit them last night."

"We had a system where 85% of the nation had insurance. They were covered. And that was deemed unfair."

"I thought the Republican leadership was behind the coke commercial."

"I live in moral fear that you someday will think of this radio show the way I was feeling watching that game last night, like everybody was phoning it in. That is why I come in here and every day strive to be better than the day before, meet and surpass your expectations."

"Some intellectual Republican theorists, commentators, writers, journalists really believe that the debate over big and small government is over and that Big Government has won. And they believe that the vast majority of the American people want a Big Government. Therefore, the Republican establishment believes that their future success is tied to convincing Americans who want an active, involved government, that they are better at running such a government than the Democrats are."

"You know, I use the word 'karma,' but it seemed like everybody -- except for the Seahawks -- was running at half speed, at half consciousness. Everybody. It was the weirdest sensation watching the Super Bowl. I never got comfortable watching the whole game."

"The Republican establishment right now happens to believe that the game is over in terms of Big Government being involved in people's lives."

"Some intellectual Republican theorists, commentators, writers, journalists really believe that the debate over big and small government is over and that Big Government has won. And they believe that the vast majority of the American people want a Big Government."

"I thought maybe the Republican leadership was behind the Coke commercial. That's what I thought when I saw it. I said, 'Whoa, who got hold of this advertising campaign? The Republican leadership's gotta be doing this.'"

"We had a health care system where 85% of the nation had insurance, they were covered, and that was deemed unfair by people like Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama and every other Democrat out there. That wasn't fair. That was not good social justice. That was immoral. So we tore up a system that covered 85% of the nation -- and let's not forget that, at the ER, everybody is covered. By law, everybody is covered -- including illegals to boot."

"There's no way you can put Republican fingerprints on anything because the media has spent the last five or six years bashing the Republicans for not helping, for not doing anything constructive, and not helping the president. There's no way you can turn around now on a dime and do a 180 and blame any of this on the Republicans."

"The Republican leadership is trying to get rid of Tea Party influence in the House, trying to get rid of conservative influence, trying to get rid of anybody who believes government should be limited."

"Have you ever heard of anybody trying to win a squeaker in politics? Who in the world ever plans to run a prevent offense? There's simply too much that cannot be accounted for."

"Four out of five enrollees (we still don't know the exact number) are being subsidized! I mean, not even the correct demo is signing up for this thing. The only answer we get is Obama's lies, or Pelosi's. "I don't know. It's not my responsibility." This little answer of hers is just stunning. They foisted this thing on us! They played dirty politics to foist this thing on us, and they want control of us with this -- and now it's not their responsibility."

"The simple, logical explanation for why the Republicans are pushing amnesty is because their moneyed donors want it."

"If I really want to do something, it usually gets done."

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