Quotes of the day from the one & only Laura Ingraham

Sunday, March 04, 2007 at 05:02 PM

If only she was in Graham instead of here:

Fox skews to the right only compared to everything else on television. On any national political spectrum it's pretty moderate and fair.
Laura Ingraham, in an interview with The American Enterprise magazine.

Elite is a state of mind. It doesn't mean working in a particular profession, living in a special place, or making a certain amount of money. When I talk about the elite in New York and Hollywood I'm talking about people who believe that America's traditional values are a thing of the past. The part of America outside their orbit is considered ignorable, merely fly-over country.
Ingraham again, in the same interview, explaining why she isn't one of the "elites" she always mocks, despite the facts that she attended Dartmouth College and the University of Virginia law school, clerked for a Supreme Court justice, worked in one of the country's top law firms, worked as a broadcaster on CBS and MSNBC, lives in Washington, D.C., and has a radio show in more than two hundred markets.