Here are the 10 best lines from the speech:
"I will speak until I can no longer speak."
On the ambiguous criteria for drone targets:
"Are you going to just drop a drone hellfire missile on Jane Fonda? Are you going to drop a missile on Kent State?"
"If we believe [Obama] to be a good man who would never kill noncombatants in a cafe in Houston, sitting out in a sidewalk cafe, smoking — oh, that's right you're not allowed to smoke cigarettes anymore."
On targeting Americans who oppose the government:
"Has anyone ever been on the internet? Have you ever seen the crackpots on the Internet?"
On Obama's shift on civil liberties:
"I think its also safe to say that Barack Obama of 2007 would be right down here with me arguing against this drone-strike program if he we're in the Senate."
On the White House "kill list":
"You don't think a President working off of PowerPoint slides and flash cards might not make a mistake?"
"I'm not saying that anyone is Hitler, don't misunderstand me. But what I am saying that is…when a democracy gets it wrong, you want the law to be in place.”
Giving Obama some credit:
“I frankly don't think he'll be killing people in their homes tonight."
Claiming that the filibuster was not partisan:
“I have allowed the president to pick his political appointees...But I will not sit quietly and let him shred the Constitution."
A dose of reality:
“Ultimately, I can’t win. There’s not enough votes.”
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