Monday, October 17, 2005

Some miscellaneous quotes to ponder

Back after an extended absence due to Hurricane Rita, here are some quotes that caught my eye.

Some of us used to think Democrats were capable of blaming this president for everything but the weather. But after Katrina, we may have to rethink that position.
The Editor of National Review as quoted by Paul Greenberg in Jewish World Review

Some liberal commentators mistakenly view the passionate debate among conservatives over the Miers nomination as a "crackup" on the right. -- As usual, liberals don't understand conservatives and never will. -- The Miers nomination shows the strength of the conservative movement. -- This is no "crackup." It's a crackdown. The real crackup has already occured -- on the left!
Excerpts from Rush Limbaugh in The Opinion Journal

--I try to distinguish between the wholesome role religious ideas can play in civic life as opposed to the danger of letting religious institutions share political power.
Paul Greenburg in Jewish World Review

One doesn't mind, so much, mainstream journalists being b*st*rds. It's being such dumb b*st*rds that one finds so irksome.
Tony Blankley in The Washington Times

There's such a broad ignorance or contempt for constitutional principles among the American people that any politician who bore truth faith and allegiance to the Constitution would commit political suicide.
Walter Williams in

Mr. DeLay has been instrumental in guiding Republicans in Congress for 11 years now, He is not going to let bogus charges dreamt up by a rogue prosecutor in Texas stop that progress.
Rep. DeLay Spokesman Kevin Madden in The Hill

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