"I'm proud to live in America. And for all the people that's calling in complaining about what's going on, just count your blessings."
"No, we don't thank the Democrats and the unions enough. So, when you go to the store and the prices jumped, thank the Democrats. Or if something you need is no longer for sale, thank the Democrats. And if a factory moves overseas, well, you can thank the unions for that. And if your child comes home from school telling you about a sex fact you've never heard of before, well, you can thank the Democrats for that."
"The president is still acting like a person running for an election, hopping from state to state on Air Force One. Can he not work at the White House? Bet it would be cheaper."
"So Congress is taking nine days off. They learned from the Alabama Legislature, the public schools that you don't work very long before you take time out. Alabama schools seemed like they were closed more than they were open. But it finally took the Legislature to do something about it. Now they're belly-aching, they want to go back to that gravy train. How can we get rid of the Congress and make them do something? You can't get rid of people and their incompetency. ... You can't get rid of people for not doing their work. We have reached a sorry state in America."
"You know, this union guy that keeps calling in, could you ask him to leave his address for us so that when Obama raises the minimum wage and all the small businesses fail, we can come over to his house and eat dinner?"
"Food for thought. City progress north of the river is unbelievable, full of the latest stores and restaurants. City progress south of the river continues limited to everything."
"In Saturday's paper, I couldn't help but laugh at the statement by the UAB professor that in his opinion, patients will be cannibalized and taken from Helen Keller to the new hospital. The solution is let Helen Keller take care of the people on the south side of the river and the new hospital take care of the people on the north side of the river. They sound like a bunch of professional wrestlers, bickering back and forth."
"Let's face it, folks. Barack Obama is the cause of all the chaos that's going on in this country. He's out playing golf while the country is falling apart. Wake up, people. It's later than you think."
"It has become abundantly clear that the authoritarians in our country, in our government, want all our guns taken away. I wonder what they have planned."
"You know, when Jesus was asked about taxes in the Bible, he said give unto Caesar that is Caesar's and unto God that which is God's. That was 10 percent. You know, the Bible says you can't tax a nation into prosperity. Obama believes that you should give unto Obama that which belongs to Obama and give unto God, give it to Obama. He wants it all. He wants to control it all, and he wants to give you back just enough to live on — not be prosperous, just enough to live on. That's what he's going to do, people."
"Our great president, Barack Hussein Obama, has a wonderful plan for this country. If only the Republicans who are against America would join the fight to overcome George W. Bush's assault on America."
"Could I please say what is wrong with this scenario? I noticed on a map that Alabama is right in the middle of the Bible belt, but we've got states all around us, each state that's bordering us has gambling and lottos. Is Alabama the only state with Christians? I don't think so, but we're one of the poorest states in the nation — but all the other states around us is a lot richer, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia and everyone. I don't know what the problem is, but Alabama must have some dumb people."
"When the gun grabbers talk about the gun show loophole, what they really mean is that no firearm could be transferred between private citizens, even family members, without government approval. This would lead to fees and registration, and inevitably, confiscation. There is no middle ground with these people."
"The do-gooder who says that God is real angry at the Bible-thumpers here in Alabama — as he called us - oppressing the poor sounds like one of those who does a lot of talk but don't walk the walk. Would he or she like to show their works for the poor and downtrodden?"
"You know, I know the Republicans are trying to come up with somebody somewhere that will appeal to the younger people in the more diverse nation we're in. But this little Sen. Rubio, when I watched him the other night he just seemed nervous. I guess you could say excessively thirsty. But I'm afraid they can take all the pictures they want with the American flag behind him and send him to Israel, but like my granddaddy used to say, he's just a little light in the britches."