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Video: Top Ten Quotes of Election 2008

December 16, 2008

A ccording to Time.

The top spot is given to Prez-Select Barack Obama pontificating on his election win. Substitute “If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible” with “If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where the biggest fraud ever to hit the campaign trail could win the presidency”, re-place “dream of our founders” with “dreams of the Leftist MSM” and “the power of our democracy” with “the power of a glossy marketing campaign”. Heh.

  • 1. Obama’s Victorious Answer

    Nov. 4, 2008

    “If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer.”

    —President-elect Barack Obama, delivering his Election Night victory speech in Chicago

  • Graceful. Agreed.

  • 2. McCain’s Graceful Exit

    Nov. 4, 2008

    “Whatever our differences, we are fellow Americans. And please believe me when I say no association has ever meant more to me than that.”

    — Sen. John McCain, delivering his Election Night concession speech in Phoenix

  • This next one has an outrageous title. If you ask me.
    Sarah Palin was correct in her statement Obama did pal around with terrorist (Bill Ayers).
    Albeit a domestic terrorist but a terrorist just the same.

  • 3. Palin’s Terrorist Attack

    Oct. 4, 2008

    “Our opponent … is someone who sees America, it seems, as being so imperfect, imperfect enough, that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country.”

    —Gov. Sarah Palin

  • Alas the accusation slid right off of the untouchable One. Like butter on a hot skillet. The outcome, Palin was accused of “inciting violence, fear-mongering and hate-mongering”. Thanks to Barack (thin skinned race card playing cry baby metro sexual) Obama, telling the ‘truth’ has now been re-defined as a “smear”. O is a slick one alright. About as slick as they come. Even Slick Willy Clinton can not hold a candle to the audacious arrogance of the ‘O’.

    This McCain quote is tied (with #6) as my personal TOP fav. from the list.
    Absolutely priceless!

  • 4. McCain’s Bush Push Back

    Oct. 15, 2008

    “Senator Obama, I am not President Bush. If you wanted to run against President Bush, you should have run four years ago.”

    —Sen. John McCain to Sen. Barack Obama during the third and final presidential debate

  • After McCain pledges to rid Washington of the “Good old boys network”, Obama dogs McCain for having been in the Senate for 26 years. Down the road Obama chose Sen Joe “Good Old Boy” Biden for VP. Biden has served in the Senate for 36 years a good ten years longer than Senator John McCain. Which of course is not noted in the accompanying article.

    Lame.

  • 5. Obama’s Good ‘Old Boys’ Line

    September 17, 2008

    “The old boys’ network? In the McCain campaign, that’s called a staff meeting.”

    —Barack Obama, about John McCain, in Elko, Nevada

  • Tied (with #4) as my personal TOP fav. from the list. The Gov Sarah Palin classic!

  • 6. Palin’s Community Organizer Take Down

    September 3, 2008

    “I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a ‘community organizer,’ except that you have actual responsibilities.”

    —Gov. Sarah Palin at the Republican National Convention

  • When you can not beat the “boys club” turn on the water works.

    The softer side of Hill.

  • 7. Hillary’s Emotional Rescue

    Jan. 7, 2008

    “I have so many opportunities from this country. I just don’t want to see us fall backwards.”

    —Sen. Hillary Clinton, while tearing up in New Hampshire

  • In his Philly speech, Barack Obama address’ the dark cloud hanging over his campaign, his bigoted preacher/mentor of 20 years Jeremiah Wright.
    Throwing his grandmother under the bus in the mean time.
    Italicized portion of quote added for context. (VH)

  • 8. Obama’s Pastor Problem

    March 18, 2008

    “I can no more disown him than I can disown the black community. I can no more disown him than I can my white grandmother…. a woman who helped raise me, a woman who sacrificed again and again for me, a woman who loves me as much as she loves anything in this world, but a woman who once confessed her fear of black men who passed by her on the street, and who on more than one occasion has uttered racial or ethnic stereotypes that made me cringe.”

    —Sen. Barack Obama, referring to his former pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright

  • Turn coat Colin Powell in defense of the controversial Muslim question that had swirled around Obama up to and including the possibility of a future US Muslim President.
    Any Muslim who ran for President should have to disavow all tenants of Sharia law, the very foundation of Islam. More than a religion, Islam is a political ideology. There is no separating church and state. They are one and the same.
    It is not feasibly possible for a Muslim to become POTUS and continue to adhere to fundamental Islam. No way, no how. Period end of sentence. Of course a man of Colin Powell’s stature should be well aware of that so why was Powell bending over backwards?
    So what he/she would basically have to be is a secular Muslim if there (truly) is such a thing.

  • 9. Powell’s Muslim Question

    Oct. 19, 2008

    “Is there something wrong with being a Muslim in this country? The answer’s no, that’s not America. Is there something wrong with some seven-year-old Muslim-American kid believing that he or she could be president?”

    —Gen. Colin Powell, referring to the false rumors about Obama’s faith, while endorsing the Democratic Presidential nominee on NBC’s Meet the Press

  • Of all the Biden quotes to put on the “list”. This one falls way short.

    Fail.

  • 10. Biden’s Fighting Words

    Aug. 27, 2008

    “When I got knocked down by guys bigger than me — and this is the God’s truth — she sent me back out and said, ‘Bloody their nose so you can walk down the street the next day.’ And that’s what I did.”

    —Sen. Joe Biden, Democratic National Convention

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