Category Archives: Quote for the Day

Quote for the Day

Watch out now take care beware of greedy leaders  – they take you where you should not go . . . Beware of darkness.

George Harrison

Some of these need no explanation.

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Quote for the Day

“Well, it’s no secret that the best thing about a secret is secretly telling someone your secret, thereby adding another secret to their secret collection of secrets, secretly.”

SpongeBob SquarePants – explaining the rationale for the flood of leaks emanating from the  administration of Trumph – the Insult Comic President™.

Quote for the Day

“There has to be a complete overhaul of the organization.”

Troy Aikman on the Dallas Cowboys (and a not so discreet smack down of Jerry Jones) a team that has won exactly two playoff games in the last 20 years, but equally applicable to the current state of the party formerly known as the GOP.

As Red has mentioned, he is perfectly okay with the Cowboys winning one playoff game every decade and they already have their win for the Teens when they eked out a come from behind win over the Lions in 2014.

Quote for the Day

” . . . . .”

Sen. Rafael “Lyin’ Ted” Cruz (TP-Texas).

And that is the sound of the six seconds of awkward silence from Cruz when he was asked at his second debate with Congressman Beto O’Rourke, “Tell us something you’ve done in the last year that has nothing to do with politics that would give Texans insight to who you are as a person.”

Cruz had no real answer after the prolonged silence because there is no possible insight into who Lyin’ Ted is as a normal human being.   He is entirely a political creature consumed by narcissism and completely dedicated to the greater advancement of all things Ted Cruz.  Nothing else matters to him but his quest to become President.

Quote for the Day

“I think he’s got a good shot. If he wins, it will be part of Texas political history, standing beside Lyndon Johnson’s 1937 congressional race in terms of personal effort, and perhaps besides John Tower’s 1960 election to the U.S. Senate, in terms of consequence.”

Lawrence Wright on Beto O’Rourke’s campaign for U.S. Senate.  Red wants to believe, yet cannot.  Rafael “Lyin’ Ted” Cruz (TP-Texas) will probably win by at least 5 points.