Morgan: “It’s one of the great hissy fits of modern political times.”
No moral compass.
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“It’s been a painful period and lately we have taken a bath in the ratings.”
“She wouldn’t be my candidate.”
Advent, mainstream-media style.
“The NRA should be thought of, or think of themselves, as heroes and take care of this problem.”
“So why didn’t the president just say that? Why didn’t he just be honest?”
We need media rumor control.
“Gun control now.”
“What if he does it again?”
“You ought to be ashamed of yourself!”
“Maybe it’s just me, but I’ve kind of enjoyed it.”
“The reality is we all need a bit of nannying about us.”
“Why is it that the people who are for gun control don’t want to go to Chicago to find out why gun control has failed so much?”
“It’s not the quality that counts anymore. It’s how loud did you yell, how vituperative can you be.”
“Sometimes it’s better to let somebody have the rope they need to tie themselves in knots.”
“Both the bible and the Constitution were well intentioned, but they are basically, inherently flawed.”
Freudian slips and historical harmonics.
What could go wrong?
“You guys almost sound like you’re an extension of the Obama campaign.”
“I thought this guy thinks like me and I agree with him. And now he’s changing.”
“I’m really quite in awe of him.”
Bachmann to Morgan: “I think I’ve had enough of this conversation.”
“There’s something I like about it.”
“The Tea Party [is] a spontaneous American expression of shock and concern over spending.”
“If you steal an election, neither you or your party should benefit from that theft.”
“I just sat there with tears rolling down my face.”
“This race exemplifies the difficulty the Republican Party has now.”