Say What? Archive
TWO DECADES OF WTF
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