Say What? Archive


Welcome to the world's largest and most up-to-date collection of insane, tragic, misguided, dishonest, inexplicable, and darkly hilarious comments by public figures. This is where reality comes when it wants its mind blown.

  • January 20, 2011

    A lot still needs to be done in China in terms of human rights.
    -- Chinese President Hu Jintao
  • January 19, 2011

    Global Warming? Did you catch our debate at 6:15 ET? There are smart people on both sides who cite evidence of their positions, yet come up with wildly different conclusions. So which is it -- is the Earth getting warmer or not? Please try to offer some evidence of your theory, rather than just your 'hunch.' K?
    -- Fox & Friends blog
  • January 18, 2011

    For the children, you just hope the movies do well enough so you can keep them in private schools.
    -- Robert DeNiro, on receiving a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes
  • January 17, 2011

    We have every right to go in there and frankly take all their oil and make them pay for the liberation.
    -- Sean Hannity on Kuwait
  • January 13, 2011

    When you represent a district -- the home of the O.K. Corral and Tombstone, the town too tough to die -- nothing's a surprise.
    -- Rep. Gabriele Giffords, brushing off a 2009 incident in which a demonstrator's pistol fell out of his holster
  • January 13, 2011

    Yeah, the whole Tea Party.
    -- Spencer Giffords, asked if his daughter had any enemies
  • January 12, 2011

    What Mr. Loughner knows is that he has the full support of a major political party in this country.
    -- Rush Limbaugh on Dems
  • January 11, 2011

    It's a surveyor's symbol.
    -- aide Rebecca Mansour, describing the crosshairs on a Sarah Palin electoral map posted in 2010
  • January 10, 2011

    Please look into protection for your family. An attempt on you could bring the Republic down.
    -- Glenn Beck in an email to Sarah Palin
  • January 09, 2011

    War and Peace...'The best of times and the worst of times'...
    -- RNC chairman Michael Steele, naming his favorite book, then paraphrasing the opening line of A Tale of Two Cities