Here are some of the week’s most notable quotes culled from news reports from across Texas, and beyond.
Virginia delegate and Republican senate candidate Bob Marshall, on why he led the battle against the judicial nomination of an openly gay prosecutor.
Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks never took an oath of office they broke. Sodomy is not a civil right, it’s not the same as the civil rights movement.
Comments attributed to former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee in a fundraising letter by the group Citizens United. Huckabee denied that he approved the letter.
President Obama has surrounded himself with morally repugnant political whores with misshapen values and gutter-level ethics.
Monty Exter, a lobbyist with the Association of Texas Professional Educators, on the fact that so many Texas State Board of Education members are facing a primary election challenge this year.
I think it’s because people are fed up. People have been fed up for the last five to six years.
The San Antonio Express-News editorial board, announcing the paper’s endorsements for the state board.
The State Board of Education has a high public profile for all the wrong reasons.
Pat Robertson’s tepid hint at an endorsement of Mitt Romney.
It looks like the people who were worried about his Mormonism, at least that crowd is diminishing somewhat. The question is, if you have two candidates, you don’t have Jesus running against someone else. You have Obama running against Romney.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman.