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Quote of the Day || September 30, 2014

“The alliance against ISIS continues to expand. Equatorial Guinea has just agreed to send a team of a dozen of poison-tipped dart blowers to serve in an advisory capacity.”

– State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf

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18 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || September 30, 2014”

      1. Love! How do you ever come up with such great quotes? If you ever leave this gig, the peeps at The Tonight Show would pay you big bucks for those one-liners.

  1. I actually forgot I was reading the quote of the day and I saw Equatorial Guinea as a fact.

    With the usual Chicago style thuggery I am sure almost anyone is willing to sign on the dotted line — for the his legacy. To actually fight ISIS — not too many, and that includes Barack.

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