Graham said of Cruz, "He is trying to be an isolationist when that's hot; he's trying to be a Lindsey Graham-type when that's hot."
"Now how do you pronounce that?"
A time to build up, a time to break down.
"Rand Paul's a fine man, but he's been wrong about everything."
"I would argue that Lindsey Graham’s foreign policy is very similar to Hillary Clinton’s. It’s in favor of regime change in Libya, regime change in Syria and Iraq – but really, that’s made us less safe."
"It’s one thing what’s happening on the streets — it’s a whole other thing keeping those videotapes, you know, private for 14 months, or whatever it was, without action."
"He basically takes all incoming, from blogs or whatever else he checks, and just repeats it out, and his views on Syria have changed four times in the last month and a half. It's not a serious candidacy."
"If Trump is the nominee, we lose – as Republicans, we lose the Senate, we lose most of the House, and we lose the presidency."
"Hitler went to the pastors, put his arms around them, and said: ‘You take care of their souls inside of the church — I’ll take care of the nation.' And because the church did not get involved, six million Jews were exterminated."
"Now listen – I’m the father of two daughters, and the idea that the federal government is coming in saying that boys, with all the god-given equipment of boys, can be in the shower room with junior high girls – this is lunacy!"
"The president is helping ISIS every single day by the policies we have, and he doesn't even know it because he refuses to accept the reality that ISIS is a caliphate."
"We pulled out of the dock near their home, and we went out onto the lake – and let me tell you, man, [Mitt Romney] guns that boat – I mean, guns it."
"The oil and gas industry is the lifeblood of Louisiana's economy."
"...he represents big banks, he represents the war profiteers, the people in the military-industrial complex. And he represents world government, because we have to take care of the world."
The Kentucky senator and 2016 presidential candidate says government doesn't create rights — to health care or pants — and calls Bernie Sanders' politics "the same philosophy of socialism that lead ultimately to the extermination of people."
"Well, you've gotta — you'd have to change the Constitution to deal with the super PACs, which, you know, is now protected."
"The next logical step is for a homosexual to come to your church and demand to be hired. Whether as pastor or as janitor it's immaterial."
"He said: 'You can tell me to fuck myself. Just don't do it in front of anybody else.'"
"Unless Paul comes out and says: 'Look, I want to be Speaker, here's why I want to be Speaker, and here's why I think I'd be different and better than John [Boehner],' it's a real hard sell."
"...what you do is you create greater disappointment in the hinterlands, because you gave them a false hope, knowing that you couldn't accomplish it, but it was about yelling, and screaming, and waving the flag."