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Nature has wrought with a bolder hand in America.

Quoted by Nathaniel Parker Willis

I'd like to vote for the candidate similar to the one the Right absurdly claims Obama is.

Quoted by Glenn Greenwald

Gov. Christie says 'New Jersey First.' State-based Isolationism!

Quoted by Jonah Goldberg

Because of racism, he can't govern effectively' is not a great argument for re-election.

Quoted by James Taranto

I think there needs to be a meeting to set an agenda for more meetings about meetings.

Quoted by Jonah Goldberg

American political culture quickly and always outpaces any attempt to satirize it.

Quoted by Glenn Greenwald

...[T]he United States is the land of formal democratic enclosure...

Quoted by Fred Moten

The United States is a nation of laws, badly written and randomly enforced.

Quoted by Frank Zappa

Our democracy should aspire to be more democratic.

Quoted by DaShanne Stokes

Without the pen of Paine, the sword of Washington would have been wielded in vain.

Quoted by John Adams

We are in the energy dictatorship that calls itself the United States of America.

Quoted by Steven Magee

An institution rooted in slavery cannot be the voice of our people.

Quoted by DaShanne Stokes

Our country has an incurable disease called hate.

Quoted by Lorin MorganRichards

People came here for a reason, to follow their conscience, to be free!

Quoted by Glenn Beck

The mission of the United States is one of benevolent assimilation.

Quoted by William McKinley

The United States was a big country where everybody wore funny t-shirts and ate too much.

Quoted by Adam Rex

America's health care system is neither healthy, caring, nor a system.

Quoted by Walter Cronkite

Nobody in this country can tell a president of the United States that his mind is sick.

Quoted by Fletcher Knebel

But, alas, nobody anticipated the United States Department of Homeland Security.

Quoted by Richard Dawkins

An American has not seen the United States until he has seen Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

Quoted by Mark Twain