“Tonight is a turning point. It is a call from the hardworking people of Wisconsin to America. We have a choice. A real choice.” — Ted Cruz to cheering supporters at a victory rally after his commanding victory in the Wisconsin’s primary.
“We’re still gathering troops. We’re disappointed. We were hoping that the business community stepping up the way they did, and people of faith, would at least have him reflect on the decision.” — Erik Fleming, director of advocacy and policy for the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi, after Mississippi’s governor signed a law allowing religious groups and private businesses to deny services to gay and transgender people.
“I’m here because the government still hasn’t resigned.” — Elfar Petursson, a store manager in Iceland, after the North Atlantic island nation’s embattled prime minister, facing accusations of conflict of interest because of offshore financial accounts, stepped aside and proposed that the vice chairman of his party take over.
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