Random Quotations – July 11th, 2018

Five items in total…

“Sometime today Senator Chuck Schumer will claim that Trump’s pick for the supreme court, Brett Kavanaugh killed Bambi’s mother, kicks puppies, drove the car that hit Trusty in Lady and the Tramp, (and) gave Old Yeller rabies so he had to be shot…The confirmation hearings will be a bloodbath as the senators will dig up anything, true or not to throw at Judge Bret Kavanaugh, but sure as Chuck Schumer wears his glasses on the tip of his nose like an old school marm, Kavanaugh will be confirmed.” – Onan Coca And Jeff Dunetz, “POTUS names Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be next SCOTUS justice” – LidBlog, July 10th, 2018.

“Some believe that due to his rapidly falling poll numbers, this is a last-ditch attempt at reminding Canadians why they really voted for him. His greatest strength was never his charisma, nor his political acumen. It was always his face and his body; and he is trying to remind people of that… However, when the Prime Minister decides to follow up a disastrous press conference on sexual misconduct allegations with a prearranged topless photoshoot, one has to ask, why?” – Siavash Safavi, “Topless Trudeau trots through Toronto” – The Post Millennial, July 6th, 2018.

“I fully respect her ability to experience something differently… I would never presume to speak for her or to have a perspective on how she should feel or should act on this.” – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, quoted by Adrienne Batra in “Trudeau groping controversy now a dumpster fire” – Toronto Sun, July 7th, 2018.

“A desire to elevate the purported ideal over the possible is a mark of narcissism, the belief that the laws of human nature – reality – don’t matter because of the virtue of the cause and of the person championing the cause.” – Thomas Lifson, “Faced with failure, the left is going repulsively insane” – American Thinker, July 10th, 2018.

“Once upon a time, there were two patriotic parties in America. If you don’t believe me, watch the Nixon-Kennedy debates. There you will see the hawkish Kennedy complaining that President Eisenhower was weak on defense, having allowed a ‘bomber gap’ to materialize on his watch. Overall, John F. Kennedy’s and Richard Nixon’s views were fairly similar, and their narrow differences reflected the intrinsic unity of a nation made up of people with common values and common struggles… The toxic politics of the last few years suggests we’re (now) living in two different Americas.” – Christopher Roach, “What does the Democratic Party stand for?” – American Greatness, July 9th, 2018.

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