This Week in Quotes

“First of all, what Hillary said made absolutely no sense because if you go back to what Kaepernick first said, he said, and I quote — I saw it on video — ‘this is to protest the injustices in America.’ First, there is no rampant injustice in America. We’ve come a long way. I grew up with injustice in the 50s and 60s.” — Herman Cain

“I’m convinced Amy Schumer is a cybernetic organism sent from the future to convince women to die prideful, fat and alone.” — Steven Crowder

“Every time I land in America, how much longer can these generals allow trump to cause so much damage? 25th amendment is there for a reason.” — Chelsea Handler

“There used to be a thing called “conservatism,” and I knew it pretty well since I was part of it for about a third of a century. But conservatism changed, becoming less about principles (though the wusscons never shut up about them) and more about money-grubbing navel gazing and intellectual onanism. Actual Republican voters, actual normal Americans? Well, they became kind of beside the point in the tumbler-klinking world of the John Boehnercons, and to the corporate-friendly compassioncons….

Conservativism forgot about the real world conservatives we expected to line up behind us. While we were talking about free trade, we were ignoring that GOP voter who fought in Fallujah, came home, got a job building air conditioners, raised a family, and then one day watched the video of the oh-so-sorry CEO – who looked remarkably like Mitt Romney, because all these guys look remarkably like Mitt Romney – sadly informing his beloved employees that their jobs were getting shipped to Oaxaca. And our response to the 58-year old Republican voter who asked us how he was going to keep paying for his mortgage and his kid in college? Pretty much, ‘Well, that’s how free enterprise works. Read some Milton Freidman and go learn coding.'” — Kurt Schlichter

“Much like how Washington, D.C., is Hollywood for ugly people, with notable exceptions, Hollywood is Washington, D.C., for stupid people.” — Kurt Schlichter

“…If you support Trump you should have your children taken away…” — Jen Statsky

“White people do not get to tell black folks or anybody else what is acceptable form of protest.” — Symone Sanders

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. He’s fired.” — Donald Trump

“(In America) ‘We Don’t Worship Government, We Worship God.” — Donald Trump

“Liberalism is not very comfortable with forgiveness. In America today everything is permitted except those things which are absolutely unforgivable. The amount of scorn and cruelty we feel comfortable heaping upon those who depart even casually from whatever the latest defined norm might be is staggering.” — Matthew Walther

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