“… this is not what Memorial Day Weekend is about.”
“I miss him when he’s away, but I’m proud of him.”
“I am just dumb.”
You might recall that Price went on a profanity-laced tirade during an interview last month, dropping the F-bomb a whopping 77 times.
“With today’s vote, we have disclosed who we are: a generous, compassionate, bold and joyful people.”
“I’m not at all surprised by that to be honest with you.”
“Obviously there is something out there we missed.”
What do you see?
Is it possible that the Founders gave us a tool to put a limit on the power of the federal government? And then it was stripped away from us?
“The Clinton’s are secretive and deceptive, but they are not stupid.”
“I will stand up for your rights and those of every American.”
“…that crossed a line.”
“Almost too toxic to handle.”
“She was afraid of him, yes, she was extremely afraid of him.”
“Nobody at the school got eyes on it until it was too late.”
“She will finally be with me.”
“Yup, Gay people are the danger to kids? NOPE, JOSH DUGGAR IS.”
“You need to have a special organization chart of all the bull crap that’s coming from the Clinton spokespeople…”
“We’ve got to consider all of the options on the table, and this is one of them.”
Truth is stranger than fiction.
“Dogs may have been domesticated much earlier.”
“They are clearly arresting someone here…”
“It chilled her speech.”
“I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret.”
Maybe libertarians can have a different view about drug legalization, by having a different view about liberty and education.
“The truth of the matter is, we don’t give a s*** about this or any of you.”
“I couldn’t believe that he was stating that to me.”
“This was a jealous thing regarding another man.”
“I so want this photo to be a hoax.”
“[I]t would seem that the lesson to extract here is that one derogatory term actually does carry more weight than another.”
“The verdict should be no cause for a civilized society to celebrate or riot.”
“A lot of folks are very scared of this individual. There’s a huge amount of relief.”
“They simply got out and started shooting.”
“Will I Be Next?”
The top 10 beers come from only four countries.
“How could I? Here’s how…”
“The Senate has refused to reauthorize bulk data collection.”
The Bible says we’re not supposed to murder. So can we Christians really support the death penalty?
“See what’s wrong with him. Don’t take a picture and make fun of him.”
“You made a mistake and got in my god**n car — yeah, you’re right, that is a mistake.”
“I had to kind of get ready in a hurry and I forgot.”
“Twelve years ago, as a young teenager I acted inexcusably…”
“Are slave-girls we took by Allah’s command better, or prostitutes …?”
“We all get thrown to our knees.”
“Cold to the touch and in rigor.”
“At least one member of the group ‘Duck Dynasty’ has openly made racist comments.”
“They were using real skeletons.”
“Where is the outrage of the 100 Baltimore citizens who have been shot dead this year?”
“…he should choose his words more carefully.”
A Christian failing to live up to his faith does not make him a hypocrite. It makes him cowardly, perhaps. It makes him selfish. It makes him flawed. It makes him sinful.
“There’s a lot of pride in it.”
“It’s your choice.”
“Do not fall into the trap, the entitlement trap, of feeling like you’re a victim. You are not.”
“Don’t have to be fearful that these social changes are leading to anarchy, disruption or rampant social decline.”
“What’re your thoughts on Rand Paul’s filibuster against the renewal of the Patriot Act?”
“She comes in, she knows that she has 3-4 months legally, and that’s her game.”
Matt Walsh is a hero of mine. I agree with almost everything he writes, but not this.
“Significantly easier than doing things the old-fashioned way.”
“It’s just disgraceful.”
“Some felt protected, some began to feel invaded.”
“He might as well go to hell by committing suicide.”