I think I threw up a little in my mouth

John Hawkins is masterful at putting together compendiums of things.  His compendium today is a humdinger:  The 50 Most Obnoxious Quotes of 2011.  Here are a few examples to get you rolling:

48) I’m in, like, dating Babylon. Like, I go on dates with men and, literally, like Sarah Palin will come up in like the first 20 minutes, and that doesn’t put me in the mood. Like, talking about Sarah Palin. And they just want to know gossip, and I’m just kind of taking a little hiatus from dating right now, because I just don’t want to talk about Sarah Palin. — Meghan McCain

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45) Do you think this Constitution-loving is getting out of hand? — Joy Behar

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5) You know what, man? I am going to literally — if (Palin) gets elected president, I am going to hang out on the grassy knoll all the time, just loaded and ready — because you know what? It’s for my country. It’s for my country. If I got to sacrifice myself, it’s for my country. — Christopher Titus

You won’t feel good reading all 50 quotes, but you will realize that there are a lot of unhinged, stupid, angry people out there, and that too many of them have bully pulpits.

UPDATE:  Welcome, Ace of Spade readers!  I’m delighted that you’re here, although I have to admit that this post won’t give you too much of a feel for my writing.  I’m going to toot my own horn here and say that, if you like intelligent, often eclectic political and social commentary with a snarky (although seldom mean) tone and a conservative orientation, you might want to look around a bit more.  Indeed, I’m so optimistic about my writing’s charms that I’ll wrap up this little update by saying “Y’all come back now!”

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  1. says

    My answer to the bully pulpit is extremely prejudicial executions. Those that are dead, can never ever speak another word. It is the only sure fire way. Other than nuking them from orbit with a kinetic strike (meaning, dropping a moon on their planet).

     

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