By Ted Rueter
"Am I assorted? Yeah. Deep down, you recognize you need to 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 beautiful silly issues. individuals of America's significant political events placed out a roaring move of downright dumb reviews, pronouncements, and observations. For facts, glance no extra than Ted Rueter's 449 silly issues Democrats Have stated.
In 449 silly issues Democrats Have acknowledged. Al Gore acknowledged, "I could have kissed Tipper longer on the convention." Hillary Rodham Clinton, in the course of a 2000 crusade interview with scorching ninety seven, a ny hip-hop radio station, acknowledged, "Motown, Motown: that is my period. these are my people." Rueter snags all of them and gives remarkable collections of quotations that may actually move down in history.- Amazon.ca
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In response, Schwarzenegger said, “He doesn’t like the way I say the word California, because I say Cal-ee-fornia rather than Cal-a-fornia. But there’s many other words that he doesn’t like. Lost jobs, he doesn’t like that word. He doesn’t like blackout. He doesn’t like energy crisis. ” Three days later, Davis said, “It was a poor joke. ” —Sissy Farenthold (Texas state representative, 1969–1972) “Anyone can be elected governor. ” —Robert Torricelli (senator from New Jersey, 1997–2002), on investigations of his finances Ronald Reagan “I was cooking breakfast this morning for my kids, and I thought, ‘He’s just like a Te on frying pan.
Three days later, Davis said, “It was a poor joke. ” —Sissy Farenthold (Texas state representative, 1969–1972) “Anyone can be elected governor. ” —Robert Torricelli (senator from New Jersey, 1997–2002), on investigations of his finances Ronald Reagan “I was cooking breakfast this morning for my kids, and I thought, ‘He’s just like a Te on frying pan. ’” —Patricia Schroeder (representative from Colorado, 1973–1996), in April 1983. ” —Howard Dean (2004 presidential candidate). Dean was governor of Vermont from 1991 to 2003.
Al Gore (vice president, 1993–2001), before a women’s political group in 1999 Evasion “That’s a good question. ” —Bill Clinton, on the possibilty that he might run for mayor of New York City Family Secrets “We’ve uncovered some embarrassing ancestors in the not-too-distant past. Some horse thieves, and some people killed on Saturday nights. ” —Jimmy Carter (president, 1977–1981) Favoritism “There are no favorites in my o ce. ” —Lyndon Johnson (president, 1963–1969) Five-Letter Words “I would not use the three-letter word.