It's all they've [GOP] got left, fear and hatred, it's all they've got left.
...It's absurd, they stoke the fires of hatred and inspire a national nervous breakdown by instilling people with fear the way that Naomi Klein described in "The Shock Doctrine" and then they blame the Democrat Party for that.
...I think the Republican leadership's at fault.
[On talk radio and Fox News fanning the flames by misrepresenting health care reform] Is the Pope Catholic?
We have to put them out of office, once and for all. These haters and fearmongers from office in the November elections. I'm not worrying any more about losing seats for the Democrats, we have to put an end to that style of politics.
And that means getting rid of the Republicans entirely.
...we're trying to work on a new model that doesn't work on fear, and doesn't work on hatred. That means people of good conscience coming together and showing what people power looks like in this country.
...Every time [Sarah Palin] smiles, she proves that ignorance is bliss. I don't know if she understands half the things she's talking about.
...I'd love to see a Palin-Grayson ticket in 2016, because the next day she'd quit. She's the patron saint of quitting.
As an aside, in the videotaped discussion, Ed Schultz appears almost physically repulsed by Grayson, who everyone suspects is several sandwiches shy of a picnic.
Hat tip: American Power. Linked by: Michelle Malkin. Thanks!