New PDF release: 449 Stupid Things Democrats Have Said

By Ted Rueter

ISBN-10: 0740743708

ISBN-13: 9780740743702

"Am I diverse? Yeah. Deep down, you recognize you must put on wider bottoms; you are simply no longer safe adequate. . . . Do I do my hair with a weed whacker? I admit it." --Rep. James Traficant (D-Ohio, 1985-2002)

Supposedly a few of our brightest audio system, politicians say a few lovely silly issues. individuals of America's significant political events positioned out a roaring movement of downright dumb reviews, pronouncements, and observations. For facts, glance no additional than Ted Rueter's 449 silly issues Democrats Have stated.

In 449 silly issues Democrats Have acknowledged. Al Gore acknowledged, "I might have kissed Tipper longer on the convention." Hillary Rodham Clinton, in the course of a 2000 crusade interview with sizzling ninety seven, a big apple hip-hop radio station, said, "Motown, Motown: that is my period. these are my people." Rueter snags all of them and offers superb collections of quotations that may actually pass down in history.- Amazon.ca

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Max Cleland (senator from Georgia, 1997–2002), during the Clinton impeachment trial Infidelity “I’ve been married thirty-four years. I have not been a perfect man. ” —Gary Condit (representative from California, 1989–2002), interviewed by Connie Chung about the disappearance of Chandra Levy. Condit repeated this phrase throughout the interview. ’” —James Carville (political consultant) Internal Revenue Service “Madam Speaker, an investigation revealed that 16,000 IRS employees illegally used their computers.

Gray Davis (governor of California, 1999–2003). “I could be an incredible voice in the Senate. Why? S. ” —Bill Clinton (president, 1993–2001), denying that he had sexually harassed Kathleen Willey “You’re smart. ” —Al Gore (2000 presidential nominee), after his second presidential debate in 2000 with George W.

Max Cleland (senator from Georgia, 1997–2002), during the Clinton impeachment trial Infidelity “I’ve been married thirty-four years. I have not been a perfect man. ” —Gary Condit (representative from California, 1989–2002), interviewed by Connie Chung about the disappearance of Chandra Levy. Condit repeated this phrase throughout the interview. ’” —James Carville (political consultant) Internal Revenue Service “Madam Speaker, an investigation revealed that 16,000 IRS employees illegally used their computers.

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