In an article posted on CNN.com's Political Ticker associate producer Martina Stewart touted the top ten quote list from this year's edition of "Yale Book of Quotations". The only problem is the list is nothing more than one liberal editor's opinion on which quotes best humiliate Republicans.
Here is an excerpt:
With less than three weeks left in the year, the Yale Book of Quotations is out with its list of the 10 quotes for 2008, and statements some politicians probably wish they could take back dominate this year's list.
This year had "a particularly important and dramatic election," said Fred Shapiro, editor of the Yale Book of Quotations, about the fact that so many political quotations appeared on the 2008 list. "An election that had a cast of characters among the candidates," Shapiro added
The list starts out with Tina Fey's famous belittling parody of Governor Sarah Palin, "I can see Russia from my house". That liberal favorite is quickly followed by another, the overblown Palin quote in regards to which newspapers she reads. And the top three is rounded out with former McCain economic advisor's comment that "we have sort of become a nation of whiners".
But "not to be outdone", as Stewart puts it, McCain actually appears twice on the list.