„If president Obama is doing the wrong thing, I'm not going to tell you that he's doing the right thing so I can “support him.”“

—  Cenk Uygur, MSNBC Live (29 June 2011)
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„And I'm not going to apologize for it, I'm just quoting Emanuel. It's in the news. I think the news is that he's out there calling Obama's number one supporters effing retards. So now there's going to be a meeting. There's going to be a retard summit at the White House, much like the beer summit between Obama and Gates and that cop in Cambridge.“

—  Rush Limbaugh U.S. radio talk show host, Commentator, author, and television personality 1951
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„Democracy is not a spectator sport, it's a participatory event. If we don't participate in it, it ceases to be a democracy. So Obama will rise or fall based not so much on what he does but on what we do to support him.“

—  Michael Moore American filmmaker, author, social critic, and liberal activist 1954
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„I shall support the President in the measures he proposes when I believe them to be right. I shall oppose measures proposed by the President when I believe them to be wrong.“

—  Robert M. La Follette Sr. American politician 1855 - 1925
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„I do not support Trump (Donald), and believe he would be a disastrous president and commander in chief.“

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„Did you see what President Obama said today? He asked his supporters to vote for “revenge.” For “revenge.” Instead, I ask the American people to vote for love of country.“

—  Mitt Romney American businessman and politician 1947
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„You may have noticed that Senator Obama's supporters have been saying some pretty nasty things about western Pennsylvania lately. And you know, I couldn't agree with them more.“

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„Trump’s priority in moving the embassy is a huge symbol, You’ve heard of other presidents who have started to do it but they end up not doing it, but I think he will. And I support it.“

—  Dave Brat American economist and professor at Randolph–Macon College 1964
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Ken Livingstone: Oh, how awful for you.
Finegold: How did tonight go?
Livingstone: Have you thought of having treatment?
Finegold: How did tonight go?
Livingstone: Have you thought of having treatment?
Finegold: Was it a good party? What does it mean for you?
Livingstone: What did you do before? Were you a German war criminal?
Finegold: No, I'm Jewish. I wasn't a German war criminal.
Livingstone: Ah … right.
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Livingstone: Well you might be, but actually you are just like a concentration camp guard. You're just doing it 'cause you're paid to, aren't you?
Finegold: Great. I've you on record for that. So how did tonight go?
Livingstone: It's nothing to do with you because your paper is a load of scumbags.
Finegold: "How did tonight go?"
Livingstone: It's reactionary bigots…
Finegold: I'm a journalist. I'm doing my job.
Livingstone: … and who supported fascism.
Finegold: I'm only asking for a simple comment. I'm only asking for a comment.
Livingstone: Well, work for a paper that isn't…
Finegold: I'm only asking for a comment.
Livingstone: … that had a record of supporting fascism.
Finegold: You've accused me…“

—  Ken Livingstone Mayor of London between 2000 and 2008 1945
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