Sunday, January 29, 2017

Quotable quotes

1.  From James Poniewozik in New York Times:
"Alternative facts are what they use in alternatives to democracy."

2.  From Keith Olberman for GQ, referring to President Trump:
 "This man is not of sound mind. . . .  He must resign."

3.  From Stacy:
"#ThankYouTrump for making Saturday Night Live Great Again."

4,  From Jonathan Greenberg's Letter to Editor, New York Times:  "If Democrats were clever enough to swing the popular vote in Hillary Clinton's favor with fraud to the tune of three million illegal votes, why didn't they arrange a mere 80,000 more votes in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania so that they could win the Electoral College and the presidency too?"

5.  And Chris Garnatz quoted Mark Twain, that most quotable of all:

It's easier to fool people than to convince them 
that they have been fooled."

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