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Eight more statements Sen. Orrin Hatch doesn’t recall making besides implying that Democratic wins in the November elections would result in more terrorist attacks:

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8. “Those idiots in Utah will vote for me no matter what I do'I am the Lizard King! I can do anything!”

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7. “I didn’t mean that illegal downloaders should have their computers blown up. I meant that we should send robots to their homes to execute them, duh!nn

6. “I write music to uplift, to inspire … this one is called ‘Lick My Love Pump.’nn

5. “Breakfast? A multivitamin and my patented Uncle Orrin’s Stem-Cell Smoothie.nn

4. “Yanni’s a hack'John Tesh, now there’s a true artist.nn

3. “Pete Ashdown … Pete Ashdown … OK, I’ll bite: Who the heck is Pete Ashdown?nn

2. “Have you ever heard the scream of an American flag as it’s being burned? I have.nn

1. “Bill Frost is the most brilliant columnist of our time.

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