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"Could my client be innocent? Probably not. My point is it's interesting to think about."
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"And if I'm elected I promise not to get re-indicted."
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'I'd like to push the envelope, go the extra mile, and think outside the box to facilitate a win-win solution to the over-utilization of buzzwords.'
"I will not mince words, but may slice, dice, and finely chop."
"And as always, two-hundred no shows."
"My opponent hasn't answer one of my emails."
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'Are you supporting Obama's position, or were you just lip-syncing?'
"Congratulations, Dave! I don't think I've read a more beautifully evasive and subtly misleading public statement in all my years in government."
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"He's, like, 'To be or not to be,' and I'm, like, 'Get a life.' "
"I think you should all consider yourself very fortunate to be here considering how few seats there are for this event."
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"This happy breed of men, this little world, this blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this east end of Long Island!"
A politician making a speech is connected to a polygraph machine.
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Casting a Wide Net
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"Excuse me, but was that 'to wit' or 'to woo'?"
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"If elected, I promise to fetch, beg and roll over."
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History has long forgotten the rest of the speech.
"I'm terrific at estimating crowd size. It looks like a dozen, maybe two dozen at most."
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"First, I'd like to thank the Academy."
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"I think I can speak for an entire generation when I say I'm either in my thirties or in my forties."
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"In Charlie's hands wealth just never seems obscene, no matter how big it gets."
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"I am reminded of a morbidly depressing anecdote. . ."
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'And now I would like to depart from my prepared text...'
"Catherine would like to share some holiday thoughts with us on the subject of gender-neutral toys."
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"There may be a moral equivalent of war, but, by God, there is not moral equivalent of money."
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