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These quotes all seem decidedly left-leaning...

Does anyone have a link concerning the last quote, about putting Democrats in Gitmo? The quote is rather inflammatory but I was unable to find anything substantiating it.

Wow this page is bias. Why are most of the quotes all from Media Matters? Thats like going to George Bush to see how the Iraq War is going.

Agreed. This reads like a Media Matters press release and there are some pretty slanderous, unsourced quotes that keep getting inserted that bring this into BLP territory. Wikiquote appears to be the preferred method of getting POV material published that would otherwise be caught out at Wikipedia. I have added a tag to the page to gain administrator attention.

Slanderous or not, suck it up, they're valid & accurate quotes and he must be held accountable for them. 19:28, 5 August 2007 (UTC)

I agree with User 64, they are statements he said - it is quoting his beliefs which happened to be idiotic but thats my POV

Only citing quotes that make someone look unreasonable is not an acceptable practice on this site. Whether the quotes are valid or not, doing so reveals the author's POV, and a mix of his quotes must be used. 02:56, 20 January 2011 (UTC)


  • Here, liberal liberal liberal!
    • at a rally
  • Can we pray for the reelection of George [W.] Bush?
    • Hannity and Colmes
  • You're not listening, Susan. You've got to learn something. Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. He promised to disclose them. And he didn't do it. You would have let him go free; we decided to hold him accountable.
    • Hannity and Colmes
  • Let not your heart be troubled.
    • Radio show
  • Three hours a day, everyday. That's all we ask.
    • Radio show
  • He's not made one mistake in this war, not one [on President Bush's handling of the Iraq War]
    • Radio show [frequently throughout 2006]

additionally unsourced quotes added on 2011·01·16 : (citing only unreliable source of "")

  • “Let me be straight with you - I like George Bush. I think he's a man of principle, a man of faith. I think he's got a backbone of steel and he's a real, genuine, big-time leader ... He's a consequential figure for his time. We don't see it right now.”
    • Sean Hannity Quotes [1]

  • "Can't you engage in a real debate without trotting out the old Ted Kennedy remark? That's so tired. Come on, get a new idea already!"
    • Sean Hannity Quotes [2]

  • "There's a lot of massacres going on in the world. As you know, 37,000 Kurds in Turkey, over a million people in Sudan. We have hundreds of thousands in Rwanda and Burundi. I mean, where do we stop?"
    • Sean Hannity Quotes [3]

  • "This is not a partisan issue. This is a time when we should all pull together and focus on what's really important, which is helping the victims."
    • Sean Hannity Quotes [4]

About unsourced quotes from

I added these, which come from the site "" under a false URL because the filter rejects citations from The quotes are valid, albeit out of context. I think we can cite thinkexist so long as we make it clear in the citation that the hyphen must be deleted. Otherwise, we have to find those quotes cited elsewhere on the internet. 02:47, 20 January 2011 (UTC)

False quote attributionEdit

This quote **I'll tell you who should be tortured and killed at Guantanamo: every filthy Democrat in the U.S. Congress. [6/15/05] is most likely fake and made up. I noticed that this person also made a similar quote on Rush Limbaugh's page which is now being disputed as fake. I removed it for the reason because looking at the history the post appears here and was removed because the person who removed it stated Quote that I removed is false and made up by some malicious prankster.. However it was restored by the same person claiming (→Sourced: Restored quote removed by anonymous user. It is sourced, and he said it. You may not like it, but that doesn't give you the right to delete it.) as if he was a completely different person when he is one the same. ViriiK 21:00, 13 October 2009 (UTC)

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