Seven Most Outrageous Quotes of the Week




Glenn Beck endorsed Ted Cruz today but became a bit overly enthusiastic. He said he even prefers Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), a self-proclaimed “democratic socialist” running in the Democratic presidential primary, to Trump.

“Honesty, faith and truth are basic requirements. And quite honestly, I have to tell you, this probably isn’t going to go over very well, that’s why I like Bernie Sanders,” he said. “Bernie Sanders is like, ‘Yep, I’m a socialist.’

“I can actually sit at a table with a man who says, ‘Yes, I’m a socialist, and yes, I don’t like what we are doing, we should be more like Denmark,’ ” he added.

Hard to know how Bernie promotes conservatism.



Some might not classify this as outrageous but it made headlines and deserves mention. Trump doesn’t run any filters when he speaks but he is funny.

“I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters,” Trump said at a campaign rally.

Trump was talking about the loyalty of his followers at the time and he’s probably close to being right.




Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that it’s likely some of the money being sent to Iran will be used for terrorism. He made his statement at the World Economic Summit. He’s “sure that at some point, some of it will end up in the” hands of terrorists.

Thanks for that.



He is A-OK with killing American soldiers. I wish I could write what I’m thinking about this loser but it would go against the board rules.

adamjohns of alternet



Hillary 2


In an interview with Chuck Todd on the issue of her 1,340 classified emails and her Top Top secret email scandal, the one of her own doing that Republicans had absolutely nothing to do with, she said. “No, I’m not concerned because I know what the facts are. I never sent or received any material marked ‘Classified.’ I cannot control what the Republicans leak…”



The big banks paid her $200,000 per speech because they wanted to hear about bin Laden. She would have us believe there was no influence peddling. The banks really wanted to hear about bin Laden.

When Chuck Todd asked her about the outlandish payments to her for her speeches, she said, “Look, I gave speeches to a wide array of groups from health care groups to auto dealers and many, many more and I think what they were interested in — because what we talked about was the world coming off of four years as secretary of state in a complicated world, people were interested in what I saw, what I thought, they asked questions about matters that were on their minds. A lot of interest in the bin Laden raid, how such a tough decision was made and what I advised the president. You know, I think Americans who are doing business in every aspect of the economy want to know more about the world. I actually think it’s a good conversation for people to be having.”



De Blasio Press Conference


The city council communist of New York City is leading her council in diluting the public urination laws because they are racist.

“We know that the system has been really rigged against communities of color in particular,” council member Melissa Mark-Viverito, a Democrat, told the Times. “So the question has always been, what can we do in this job to minimize unnecessary interaction with the criminal justice system, so that these young people can really fulfill their potential?”



  1. If American soldiers invade your country then he’s right, it’s not per se wrong to shoot them. If you want to say that a particular shooting of an American soldier was wrong you have to show that it wasn’t legitimately defensive.

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