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Ted Rall
Editorial cartoonist for Universal Press Syndicate, award-winning commentator, illustrator, columnist.


Describing Condoleezza Rice.

“[Condoleezza Rice is President Bush’s] ‘House Nigga’.”

Source: Bankrupt -- The Intellectual and Moral Bankruptcy of Today's Democratic Party, by David Limbaugh, 2006, page 255.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 255 from Limbaugh's book.
Where: In the caption in one of his cartoons.
Contributor: AIM.

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Comparing George Bush with Adolf Hitler.

“Lately we’re being told that it’s either (a) inappropriate or (b) untrue to refer to Bush’s illegitimate junta as Nazi, neo-Nazi, or neofascist. Because, you know, you’re not necessarily a Nazi just because you seize power like one, take advantage of a national Reichstag Fire-like tragedy like one, build concentration and death camps like one, start unprovoked wars like one, Red-bait your liberal opponents like one or create a national security apparatus that behaves like something a Nazi would create and even has a Nazi-sounding name. . . Of course there are differences [between the Bush administration and Hitler]. Hitler, for example, was legally elected . . . I’ll be happy to stop comparing Bush to Hitler when he stops acting like him.”

Source: Bankrupt -- The Intellectual and Moral Bankruptcy of Today's Democratic Party, by David Limbaugh, 2006, page 242.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 242 from Limbaugh's book.
Where: In his article, "Is Bush a Nazi?" on his website, TedRall.com.
When: January 6, 2004.
Contributor: AIM.

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Bush is using 9-11 for his own political gain.

“We’ve been treated to some astonishingly vile images over the last two weeks: office workers hurling themselves into a hundred-floor-high abyss. A gaping, smoldering hole in the financial center of our greatest city. George W. Bush passing himself off as a patriot, even as he disassembles the Constitution with the voracious glee of a piranha skeletonizing a cow. Now we know why 7,000 people [initial casualty estimates were high] sacrificed their lives — so that we’d all forget how Bush stole a presidential election. . . . Bush has capitalized on a nation’s grief, confusion and anger to extort a political blank check payable in young American blood.”

Source: Useful Idiots -- How Liberals Got It Wrong in the Cold War and Still Blame America First, by Mona Charen, paper-back edition, 2004, page 252.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 252 from Charen's book.
Where: In an article.
When: Following 9-11-01.
Contributor: AIM.

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Liberals are superior.

“Why shouldn’t those of us on the [East and West] coasts feel superior? We eat better, travel more, dress better, watch cooler movies, earn better salaries, meet more interesting people, listen to better music and know more about what’s going on in the world. If you voted for Bush, we accept that we have to share the country with you. We’re adjusting to the possibility that there may be more of you than there are of us. But don’t demand our respect. You lost it on November 2.”

Source: 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America -- (And Al Franken Is #37), by Bernard Goldberg, 2005, page 257.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 257 from Goldberg's book.
Where: Following the 2004 national election.
When: 2004.
Contributor: AIM.

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Comparing George Bush to Saddam Hussein.

“Saddam Hussein, influenced by fascism, ordered the deaths of tens of thousands of people, fought two disastrous wars, turned his nation into an international pariah and ruined his country’s economy. In other words, his record is identical to George W. Bush’s.”

Source: 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America -- (And Al Franken Is #37), by Bernard Goldberg, 2005, page 256.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 256 from Goldberg's book.
Where: In his writings when Saddam Hussein's trial began in Baghdad.
When: October 2005.
Contributor: AIM.

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Reagan is burning in hell.

“I’m sure he’s turning crispy brown right about now.”

Source: Unhinged -- Exposing Liberals Gone Wild, by Michelle Malkin, 2005, page 121.
Hardcopy: Copy of page 121 from Malkin's book.
Where: Reacting with apparent glee to the news of President Ronald Reagan's death.
Contributor: AIM.

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