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November 09, 2010

"Right now, we've had one party control all aspects of our government, and the result of that is that the American people have only gotten one side of a lot of issues...There are going to be a number of investigations or oversight committee actions, trying to get to the facts."

– Rep. Lamar Smith, of his intentions on becoming head of the House Judiciary Committee

November 08, 2010

"The last thing America wants is another military conflict, but the last thing the world needs is a nuclear-armed Iran...Containment is off the table."

– Sen. Lindsey Graham

November 07, 2010

"If you look at the U.S., you look at who we’re electing to Congress, to the Senate—they can’t read. I’ll bet you a bunch of these people don’t have passports. We’re about to start a trade war with China if we’re not careful here, only because nobody knows where China is. Nobody knows what China is."

– Michael Bloomberg

November 05, 2010

"I will tell you unequivocably, I am not making this up. This has been reported. Go to the Internet. Go take a look."

– Fox’s Eric Bolling, repeating untrue story that Obama trip to India will cost $200M a day

November 17, 2010

"She's out of her frickin' mind..."

– Meghan McCain on Christine O'Donnell

November 04, 2010

"I voted, did you? Gotta get the Manchurian Candidate out of the driver's seat before we're all soaring off a cliff into oblivion. Be smart."

– Sylvester Stallone, tweeting on election day

November 02, 2010

"2008 answered the question,' Is America ready for a black president?' In 2010 we'll answer 'Are we ready for an orange speaker?'"

– Paul Begala

November 02, 2010

"There was only the one Hitler."

– sign at Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear

October 31, 2010

"The choice in the upcoming elections boils down to this: It’s either Obama and the Democrats or America. You can’t have both."

– Rush Limbaugh

October 29, 2010

"President Obama's big political mistake was stopping the recession from turning into a depression."

– Matt Miller