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“Do you believe Obama wants the Republican Party, or talk radio, or the conservative movement to succeed? No. So call him un-American!”

“If Nancy Pelosi wants fewer births, I have the way to do this, and it won’t require any contraception: You simply put pictures of Nancy Pelosi in every cheap motel room in America today. Well, that will keep birth rates down because that picture will keep a lot of things down — if you get my drift, Dawn.”

“The Obama-Limbaugh Bipartisan Stimulus Plan of 2009: When you hear it, you will marvel, and you will understand what true bipartisanship is.”

“Obama is going to address a joint session of Congress sometime in February, and I, ladies and gentlemen, have appointed myself as the official response for America — not for the Republican Party.”

“I’ll tell you something else: Obama is sprinting to the left faster than Deion Sanders could backpedal.”

“We need jobs, do we not? Well, who hires people? Businesses! And businesses need tax cuts. The US corporate tax rate is obscene — it is the highest of all industrialized nations. Cut it! Cut it in half!”

“Just remember rule number 13 of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals: ‘Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, polarize it.’ That explains what Obama was doing on Friday.”

“Story: ‘Researchers believe that an airborne adenovirus germ can be causing the fat plague that is blighting Britain and other countries.’ I see this as another reason to use Zicam. Well, I do!”

“I don’t think Obama’s afraid of anybody; he’s the president of the United States. This is just a political play to marginalize me. He wants mainstream conservatism to be thought of the way you and I think of communism.”

“If you let the government determine what some executives can make, it won’t be long before the government can determine what anybody can make.”

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