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I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU SAID THAT!

Alphabetical Listing of Quoted Individuals: W.



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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz

Democrat National Committee Chairwoman and U.S. Representative (D) from Florida.
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"(Laughter.) The difference between -- the real question is what's the difference between being a Democrat and being a Republican."

Responding to Chris Matthews' question: "What is the difference between a Democrat and a socialist?" on the TV show "Hardball," July 30, 2015. Obviously, Ms. Wasserman-Schultz can't think of any differences between Democrats and socialists.
Source: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, DNC Chair, Can't Name Differences Between Democrats, Socialists.
Posted here: October 5, 2015.


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Comment: In other words, there are no differences between Democrats and socialists. This may come as a surprise to some, but not to many.




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Maxine Waters

Democrat member of the United States House of Representatives, elected in 1991, representing California's 35th congressional district.
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"This liberal will be about socializing [. . .] basically taking over, and the government running all of your companies."

In a statement to oil company executives during a hearing in May 2008.
Source: The American Sentinel, July 2008, page 9.
Posted here: October 20, 2008.


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Comment: Usually Democrats are a little more subtle about their socialist wishes. I guess as the country moves more and more into socialism, many on the left feel comfortable revealing their long-held intentions.


Maxine Waters


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"And as far as I'm concerned, the Tea Party can go straight to hell. And I intend to help them get there."

Speaking to an audience in Inglewood, California at a "Kitchen Table Summit," August 20, 2011.
Source: "Tea Party Group Slams Rep. Waters over 'Straight to Hell' Outburst," on a Fox News webpage. (Also from other Internet sources.) See video of her statement.
Posted here: October 22, 2012.


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Comment: Conservapedia says the Tea Party "is an ongoing, nationwide mainstream movement of grassroots protesters, encompassing millions of individuals and thousands of self-organizing groups, all united in accomplishing a single goal: returning fiscal responsibility and limited government to the United States through the exercise of political activism. The main focus of the TEA Party Movement is a rebuke of outrageous mandates, overspending and a radical agenda by an out-of-touch federal government." I guess Ms. Waters views with disgust the idea of returning fiscal responsibility and limited government to the United States. I guess she favors outrageous mandates, overspending and a radical agenda by an out-of-touch federal government. Since Ms. Waters is a far-left ideologue, this should not come as a surprise.





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Boyce Watkins

Assistant professor of finance at Syracuse University.
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"O'Reilly, Hannity and Limbaugh are in the same tradition as those who killed Dr. [Martin Luther] King and Malcolm X."

Written in a posting on his blog May 12, 2008.
Source: Reported on The O'Reilly Factor TV program, Fox News, May 14, 2008.
Posted here: May 15, 2008.


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Comment: Are such inflamitory statements made to convey information, to demonize "the enemy", or to attract attention?




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Paul Watson

A Canadian animal rights and environmental activist, founder and president of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. In 1969, he joined the Sierra Club to protest against nuclear testing. He became a member of Greenpeace, and later was a board member. When in 1977 he argued for a strategy of violence, he was ousted from the board and subsequently left the organization. That same year he formed the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, which became the subject of a reality show, "Whale Wars."
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"If you don't know an answer, a fact, a statistic, then [. . .] make it up on the spot and deliver the information confidently and without hesitation."

Stated in his book, Earthforce! An Earth Warrior’s Guide to Strategy, 1993, p. 43.
Source: Paul Watson Quotes.
Posted here: July 18, 2011.


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Comment: In Earthforce! An Earth Warrior’s Guide to Strategy, Watson expressed disdain for truthfulness in the pursuit of environmental protection goals. Said he, "The nature of the mass media today is such that the truth is irrelevant. What is true and what is right to the general public is what is defined as true and right by the mass media." Clearly telling the truth is a low priority for Mr. Watson. He published Earthforce!, in 1993, and in it, specifically endorsed the tactics of "monkeywrenching," including sabotage, covert activity, and direct action.




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Adam Weinstein

Senior writer at Gawker.com
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"Man-made climate change happens. Man-made climate change kills a lot of people. It's going to kill a lot more. We have laws on the books to punish anyone whose lies contribute to people's deaths. It's time to punish the climate-change liars. [. . .] Those denialists should face jail. They should face fines. [. . .] I'm talking about Rush and his multi-million-dollar ilk in the disinformation business. I'm talking about Americans for Prosperity and the businesses and billionaires who back its obfuscatory propaganda. [. . .] Those malcontents must be punished and stopped."

Said in his blog March 28, 2014.
Source: The Gawker website.
Posted here: May 5, 2015.


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Comment: It's a typical liberal response: If you disagree with his opinion, you should be silenced. Or jailed. Or done away with in some other manner.




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Wil Wheaton

Actor, blogger, voice actor, and writer. He is known for his portrayals of Wesley Crusher on the television series "Star Trek: The Next Generation," Gordie Lachance in the film "Stand by Me," Joey Trotta in "Toy Soldiers," and his recurring role as a fictionalized version of himself on the CBS sitcom "The Big Bang Theory."
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"The reality of this [2016] election is that we can choose between a disappointing Democrat and the end of the world."

Said in his blog in an article titled, "Some Thoughts on Tim Kaine (and the Election, in General)," July 23, 2016.
Source: "Some Thoughts on Tim Kaine (and the Election, in General).
Posted here: December 5, 2016.


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Comment: So, according to Mr. Wheaton, we are now witnessing the end of the world. Gee, it's not so bad.




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Montel Williams

Television personality, radio talk show host, and actor. He is perhaps best known as host of "The Montel Williams Show."
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"If, in fact, the GOP doesn't like any form of health care reform, what do we do with those 40 to 60 million uninsured? . . . When they show up in the emergency room, just shoot 'em! Kill them! . . . Do we have enough body bags? I don't know." [Also:] "So, Michele [Bachmann], slit your wrist! Go ahead! I mean, you know, why not? I mean, if you want to — or, you know, do us all a better thing. Move that knife up about two feet. I mean, start right at the collarbone."

First quote: on his radio program July 21, 2009. Hear him speak the words. Second quote: on his radio program September 3, 2009. Hear him speak the words.
Source: "The Real Radio Hatemongers," on the Media Research Center website.
Posted here: June xxx, 2010.


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Comment: For goodness sake, Montel, what have you been smoking? "It's a drug bust plot right out of Montel Williams' old daytime talk show. Except the ex-host has the starring role. The 54-year-old was caught red-handed with a pipe believed to be used for smoking pot at the General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee on Tuesday [January 4, 2011]. The pipe, which was in his carry-on bag, set off the metal detector as Williams passed through security. Sources [said] there was no residue in the pipe." Source of information.




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Woodrow Wilson

A Democrat, Wilson was the 28th President of the United States, serving from 1913 to 1921. He was a Princeton president who became an intellectual leader of the Progressive Movement, and he championed many progressive ideas, including creation of the Federal Reserve System.
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"Segregation is not a humiliation, but a benefit, and ought to be so regarded by you gentlemen."

Said to a black delegation that came to the White House to complain about the segregation Wilson instituted in Washington, DC, when he brought Jim Crow policies to the federal workforce. He summarily dismissed black officials from their jobs in the South and in DC.
Source: Demonic, by Ann Coulter, 2011, page 176.
Posted here: January 16, 2012.


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Comment: Ann Coulter notes, "President Wilson's racisr policies were fully supporred by Democrats in Congress, and angrily denounced by Republicans." Also: "A friend of Wilson said that with him [Wilson] running the country, "Negroes should expect to be treated as a servile race."


Woodrow Wilson


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"The purpose of a university should be to make a son as unlike his father as possible."

As quoted in "The University's Part in Political Life," (March 13, 1909) in The Papers of Woodrow Wilson.
Source: Wikiquote.
Posted here: April 15, 2013.


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Comment: Right in step with today's liberals and their agenda. Remember what Benjamin Bloom (the father of Outcome-Based Education) wrote in his 1981 book, All Our Children Learning (page 180): "The purpose of education is to change the thoughts, feelings, and actions of students." That is, to mold them into happy little warriors for the socialist cause.





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Oprah Winfrey

Television personality, media mogul, and philanthropist. The Oprah Winfrey Show has earned multiple Emmy Awards and is the highest-rated talk show in the history of television.
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"[The election of Barack Obama is] one of the greatest experiences of, certainly my lifetime and it's been wonderful [. . .] I haven't seen this sense of unity since 9/11, really, really, and 9/11 was this tragic experience that brought us all together and now we're all brought together in the name of hope. Not since 9/11 have I experienced anything even kind of close to this."

In comments to ABC's Robin Roberts on November 4, 2009.
Source: "Bits & Pieces," Watchdog, Media Research Center, December 2008, page 4.
Posted here: January 19, 2009.


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Comment: Oprah thrills at how "we're all brought together in the name of hope." She seems completely oblivious to the fact that 47 percent of voting Americans voted for John McCain and have more sense than to buy into such meaningless platitudes as "hope" and "change".




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Jeremiah Wright

Pastor Emeritus of the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. Church membership is about 8,500. Barack Obama was a member for 20 years or so and apparently never found Wright's rantings objectionable.
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"Jesus was a poor black man who lived in a country and who lived in a culture that was controlled by rich white people."

Said during one of his sermons at Trinity United.
Source: "Race in the Third Millennium," by Selwyn Duke, on his website. [See this statement spoken on YouTube.]
Posted here: December 1, 2008.


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Comment: While the U.S. has probably done more to combat racism than any other country in the world, whites continue to be beaten relentlessly -- by blacks and whites alike -- with the racism stick. Even electing a black president won't calm the waters. Whites, we're told, are fundamentally, biologically racist, and will forever be guilty of this sin.




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Charles Wurster

Professor Emeritus of Environmental Sciences, Marine Sciences Research Center, at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is one of the founders of the Environmental Defense Fund, an environmental advocacy group, known for its work on global warming, ecosystem restoration, oceans, and human health.
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"So what [if banning DDT results in millions of deaths from malaria in Sri Lankan babies]? People are the cause of all the problems. We have too many of them We need to get rid of some of them, and this is as good a way as any."

As quoted in "Is the DDT Ban Intended to Control Global Population?," by Paul K Driessen, Environment and Climate News, April 2001.
Source: "My Conversation with Christopher C. Horner," by Rush Limbaugh, The Limbaugh Letter, January 2010, page 8. See also "Political Quotes." See also Merrie's comment here.
Posted here: February 22, 2010.


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Comment: So, we are left with the thought that perhaps some of the more impassioned liberals agree with implementing policies designed to "get rid of some" people. Then the question arises: is it people in general, or just certain people, like those lliving in Third World countries?

But we see the same attitude in Obama's health-care policies which provide for reduced care for the elderly.