Sunday, February 3, 2008

Election Lingo: When I am President of The United States of America...

Which way are we going?
I don’t think he has the temperament and leadership ability to move the country in the right direction.”
“What is your place in history?”
“We want to turn the page .It’s like learning Latin — you have to throw out everything and start over"
“If you will lift that boom a second.This is the problem with not having a bus”
“Let me say I’ve heard that story and there’s not a lot of truth to it”
"If I discover there is such an agreement, it’ll be gone in a bird-dog minute.”

“It took a lot of energy and creativity to get to this point”

“He’s a friend,” . “I wish him the very best and I wish the team the very best.”
Later, while talking to reporters on his campaign plane—the second day in a row he has ventured back to chat with reporters, after not doing it for weeks– explained he had e-mailed wishing him luck in today’s Super Bowl against the New York Giants, and that he had been kind enough to ping him back.“Things have been getting real ugly around here”
“He’s not endorsing anybody. For all I know, he’s a fan of somebody else.” was too hard to call, mentioning what a “close race” the teams had the last time they played, before correcting himself to say, “a close game.”
“It’s just remarkable to be able to see the entire field the way he does”
It’s really funny. It’s like, the halftime commentators–I don’t know how often you watch the ESPN halftime show–they’re going back and forth.
They get it all clear and then you go out in the second half and it’s not at all like they said.”“I’m going to save it forever”
“She was tilting at windmills, with stars in her eyes and her feet off the ground.”
“It’s like not washing your hands when somebody famous shakes your hand.

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