The Nastiest Things Ever Said about Democrats

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Globe Pequot, 2006 - Reference - 196 pages
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If the Clintons' marriage were any more about convenience, they'd have to install a Slurpee machine and a Slim-Jim rack. -- Dennis Miller Democrats couldn't care less if people in Indiana hate them. But if Europeans curl their lips, liberals can't look at themselves in the mirror. -- Ann Coulter Hubert Humphrey talks so fast that listening to him is like trying to read Playboy magazine with your wife turning over the pages. - Senator Barry Goldwater, on the Vice President John Kerry says the 'W' in George W. Bush stands for 'Wrong.' But he still can't explain what John Kerry stands for. - - David Letterman, on the 2004 Democratic Party presidential nominee Oh, those hapless, bumbling. confused Democrats. You almost want to feel sorry for them. They are like squealing toddlers, all clinging to their partisan security blanket known as the Mommy Party. As pundit James Carville succinctly put it, Eighty percent of the people who call themselves Democrats don't have a clue as to political reality. Now with The Nastiest Things Ever Said About Democrats, you have ample proof of their misguided ways and thickheaded beliefs. Make this compilation your go-to source for quotes about Democrats. The book will certainly come in handy whenever you're going up against your left-wing adversaries. Give those loudmouth liberals the lip. Choose a zinger. Let the quotes fly, and stand back. Good luck on the political battlefield.

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Martin Higgins is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and stand-up comic who produces and directs television, theater, radio, and live performance comedy. He currently splits his time between San Francisco and Denver, where he lives with his lovely, patient wife and gorgeous daughters.

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