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And Sarah Palin hasn't even taken the stage yet.


Hottest Quotes from Top Republicans at SRLC Day 1

And Sarah Palin hasn’t even taken the stage yet.

“Iran watches as this administration answers their threats with weakness, confusion and self serving lectures that put down America and diminishes our achievements. Now that kind of talk could win you a Nobel Prize.” — Liz Cheney

“When you speak from the heart, you don’t need a teleprompter.” — Newt Gingrich

“Attorney General Holder says that the lawyers who represent the detainees are patriots because they are representing ‘the unpopular’ well for the record unpopular is not the word Americans would use to describe terrorists attempting to attack this nation”  – Liz Cheney

“Congressman Waxman, being an egocentric centralized figure of political power beyond the reach of normal humility…” — Newt Gingrich

“The president or his team don’t respond well to challenge or correction. Well here is a piece of news for them, 2010 is going to be a year of challenge and its going to end in a major correction.” — Liz Cheney

“The longer Obama talked, the less the American people believed him.” — Newt Gingrich on healthcare

“Edward Kennedy’s seat was captured by a Republican who was opposed to Obamacare. How can you get a better signal?” — Newt Gingrich

“Some might think that George Bush had his shortcomings, but let me tell you…history’s going to be kind to George W. Bush.” — J.C. Watts

“We’ve got a generation of Americans that…[don’t] remember when “blackberry” was a fruit.” — J.C. Watts

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Miss Oddis is Assistant Managing Editor at HUMAN EVENTS. Before working with Human Events she was a researcher for syndicated columnist and author Robert Novak. Ms. Oddis has appeared on FOX News Hannity and Colmes, and The O'Reilly Factor. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Eastern Connecticut State University. E-mail her at You can also request to follow her on Twitter. Miss Meinecke was a member of Hillsdale College's Dow Journalism Program, sports editor and beat reporter for the campus newspaper, and also contributed to Life Times, the newsletter for Southern Indiana Right to Life. She interned at Comcast SportsNet in Washington, D.C. through the National Journalism Center before joining Human Events in August 2008. E-mail her at You can also request to follow her on Twitter.

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