"...What should we be talking about [regarding 'experience']. Well, if we talk about a certain great king from the Bible, do we talk about the 'experience' of Solomon? No, we talk about the WISDOM of Solomon. And that's what we should be talking about when we talk about who should be our next leader..."
"...[Obama's] very public and acutely personal insult to the leader of France is concerning. There's an inexcusable element. This sort of humor is typical of... a dysfunctional child. But we know that's what we have for a leader, don't we?..."
"...When they were both speaking about the same issues, Cain would speak so that if you weren't aware of the issue, you could at least get a sense of what the issue was and where he was coming from on it. When Newt would speak on the same issue, you'd pretty much have to have a PhD to follow where he's going..."
"...[Bill] Clinton has no right to be out there flapping his mouth. He's one of the least credible people in politics... If it had not been for Newt Gingrich... and his Contract With America, the Clinton administration would not have all the surpluses they boasted about..."