Host Harris Faulkner replied, “They set these schedules years ago. It’s not like they lined it up with current events of the world.”
“Most people think Islam is a religion, it’s not,” he said a crowd of Coweta County Tea Party Patriots in 2001. “It’s a totalitarian way of life with a religious component.”
Gov. Nikki Haley (R) has called on one South Carolina town to end an event for black bikers, but has not opposed a similar so-called “Harley Davidson” biker week that is predominantly white.
“And this swap — somebody who may not feel very American for five people who definitely don’t — is symptomatic of that. It was bound to happen when you have a leader that doesn’t affiliate with patriotism.”
It’s strikes me as, by definition, a racist attack in that it’s making a generalization — a negative one — based on skin color.”
“Are we witnessing an Obama ‘Wag the Dog’ moment with Boko Haram in Nigeria? I say yes,” he asserted. “Consider all the scandals facing the Obama administration, especially Benghazi and the Select Committee.”
“I said, ‘Guys, don’t bother applying. I am discriminating on the basis of gender. You males need not apply for this position.’”
“They have all these things where they take the man part out of being a man,” she added. “And then we wonder why men don’t act like men anymore.”
“Late-term abortions, the heinous things happening in the womb to children,” she continued. “And you don’t want to equate it, but innocents, right? There could be innocent people today on death row.”
“The outrage of the public seems to be totally focused on Mr. Sterling but, you know, you’ve got this thing with Benghazi and we have an even bigger lie”
We’re not sure, but apparently, the one thing easier to come by in Canada than a simple “sorry” is a “sorry, you’ve been served.”
“New Hampshire could be an oasis of adultery in northern New England.”
“Men, by and large, make more because some of the things that they do,” he opined. “Their jobs are, by and large, riskier. They don’t mind working nights and weekends. They don’t mind working overtime or outdoors.”
“We were actually strategizing to put all the women up at the front,” he recalled.
“I would have to say that I definitely believe that [same-sex marriage] is wrong,” she said. “I believe it’s a sin, just the same as murder’s a sin.”
“But it was to be a one-way wall, where the state would not dictate to the church,” the Texas Republican insisted. “But the church would certainly play a role in the state.”
Gohmert said that he was “shocked” to hear the Obama administration say that corporations could not form religious beliefs during Tuesday’s oral arguments before the Supreme Court.
“It was a slam dunk case,” explained one of Kennedy’s lawyers, Gerald B. Lefcourt, “American law is very clear: Kennedys cannot go to jail.”
According to Carlson and Jones, the Democratic Party is just an updated version of the Ku Klux Klan—only “with minorities.”
“It’s not neighborly and it’s not nice,” he added. “The gay rights movement is winning. They should be, as I say, not sore winners.”
Police in Texas are standing by their drunken driving arrest of a man whose Breathalyzer and blood tests showed no evidence of intoxication.
“However, once a child does exist in your womb, I’m not going to assume a right to kill it just because the child’s host (some refer to them as mothers) doesn’t want it.”
Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX) this week warned Americans to remember that God “wrote the Constitution” based on the Bible.
“I do not believe in the recreational use of marijuana,” he said, “and I could likewise fill this committee room with first responders, law enforcement officers and parents of dead children based on the effects of marijuana.”