- I'm not a witch - Christine O'Donnell, CT candidate Senate (Oct 4)
- I'd like my life back - Tony Hayward, BP VP (May 30)
- If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested - airline passenger to TSA worker (Nov 24)
- Don't retreat, instead Reload - Sarah Palin, tweet (Mar 23) ... never heard this one
- Ch! Ch! Ch! Le! Le! Le! - crowds at miner rescue in Chile (Oct 13), their version of "usa, usa, usa"
- I hope that's not where we're going, but you know, if this Congress keeps going the way it is, people are really looking toward those Second Amendment remedies. They're saying: My goodness, what can we do to turn this country around? - Sharon Angle (Nov 2)
- We have to pass the bill in order to know what's in it - Nancy Pelosi, on Health Care bill (Mar 9)
- I'm going to take my talents to South Beach - Labron James, some basketball star, I think (Jul 8)
- You're telling me the Seperation of Church & State is in the First Amendment? - Christine O'Donnell (Oct 19)
- They should never have put me with that woman. ... She was just a sort of bigoted woman who said she used to be Labour (sic) - Tony Blair, fmr PM Britain (Apr 28)
This eliminates Angle & Blair's quotes - they are too long to fit on a t-shirt.
Second, the Chilean minor rescue quote is no more quotable than 'usa, usa, usa' ... its a sign of patriotism, not a quote -- sorry.
Third, I just want to make this plain - the First Amendment quote ... she was technically correct. The First Amendment states that the government should not ESTABLISH a religion or prevent someone from PRACTICING their own religion ... it says nothing about 'seperation of church & state' to mean keeping religion out of schools ... and technically an education is guarentteed under the Constitution either.
Lastly, I think the 'Reload" quote should have been number one -- I'm sorry ... that's damned funny! I had never heard the quote before, but that is just so hilarious ... its short, to the point, witty, and multi-functional ... reload could also refer to computers, video games, music, etc. even if it isn't what she meant.