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“These media people don’t have the guts to listen to this show — they only have the courage to go on TV, shout invective and spread lies.”

“I’ve run a test: I’ve taken an average 45-minute segment of this show and compared the number of times I’ve used the word ‘I’ to the number of times Obama uses the word ‘I’ in an average 45-minute speech, and it’s no contest. I mean, I’m a piker compared to the personal pronoun usage of President Obama!”

“Whatever happened to journalists calling you: ‘Did you actually say this?’ You see, these guys just wanted an excuse to run the fabricated quotes. These people are scum. They are literal, professional scum.”

“We can’t pay everybody’s mortgage forever. Besides, we’re deepening the problem because we’re delaying the market correction that will happen automatically if we just get out of the way and let it. But these are central planners. They know better than you.”

“Like I’ve always said, we conservatives define compassion not by how many people are receiving government assistance, but by counting the number of people who no longer need it.”

“To everybody who has repeated these lies about me, we’re going to send a letter and say, ‘Back it up, source it, prove it.’ If they can’t — which they won’t be able to — then we’re going to demand an apology and a retraction, and that is the least that some of these people can do.”

“If the media applied the same standards to Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson that they apply to all of us in the conservative media, those guys wouldn’t stand 12 minutes of scrutiny.”

“I’ve always had a dream of being involved in the National Football League. I love it. I love the people who play the game. I admire them. I wish I could do what they do. I wish I could experience what they experience.”

“We’re now at 50% youth unemployment. If these kids can’t find jobs now, when they’re young, when they’ll learn all about working, what’s going to happen to them when they hit their twenties and thirties? We’re looking at a permanent welfare state being created on purpose by this president and his administration.”

“I don’t wait for people to form opinions; I make opinion. I move opinion. I am months ahead of the conventional wisdom.”

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