I hope and believe George P. [Bush] will seize the moment. He would bring so much excitement to our ticket. Certainly, the impression we all got on his recent visit to the Valley is that he wants to run for governor. The expectation is there.
The Governor (Mitt Romney) used a term earlier that I shrink from, and it’s one I don’t think we should be using as Republicans: “middle class.” There are no ‘classes’ in America. We are a country that don’t (sic) allow for titles. We don’t put people in ‘classes.’ …But the idea that we’re somehow or other that we’re gonna buy into the class warfare arguments of Barack Obama, something that should not be part of Republican lexicon. That’s their job: divide, separate; put one group against another.
What would be an appropriate jail sentence for a 20-year-old University of Tennessee student who has an abortion?
Perry keeps a daily “political schedule” that he argues is separate from the “official schedule” that must be disclosed under Texas open records laws. His official schedule for the first six months of 2010 showed an average of 7 hours of work per week; he has admitted that he simply doesn’t record much of his official business. His office destroys its emails weekly.
McConnell Admits To GOP Using Terrorism

liberalsarecool:

“I think some of our members may have thought the default issue was a hostage you might take a chance at shooting. Most of us didn’t think that. What we did learn is this — it’s a hostage that’s worth ransoming. And it focuses the Congress on something that must be done.”

— Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), quoted by the Washington Post,

A hostage, our economy, is not worth the ransom unless you’re willing to shoot it. The GOP/Tea Klan had their fingers on the trigger.

I am going to walk over and personally punch in the face the next person who accuses the GOP or the Tea Party of terrorism. You should be ashamed.