Wednesday, September 22, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 120

"Open Season on Sarah" Edition...

The Great White Shank at GoodBoys Nation:
"Is it just me, or does it seem like if you’re a conservative, attractive Republican candidate it’s open season on everything you’ve ever done in your personal life."
Cam Vallee at CFP:
"Palin wants to put control of America back into the hands of the people where... it should have always been. When you have elected officials mocking millions of people who are trying to tell them what they want and do not want and they ignore them - refuse to meet with them - call them names - shall I say 'Houston, we have a problem!'"
Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit:
"63% of mainstream voters say their views are more like Sarah Palin’s than Barack Obama’s... Of course, this surprises no one except the far left cranks in the state-run media…"
Ron Futrell at Big Journalism:
"I wonder what Barack Obama did during high school or college, anybody know? For the first time in the modern age of information we know very little about what the President of the United States of America did in his younger years. Hundreds of media swarmed tiny Wasilla, Alaska to find out anything and everything they could about VP candidate Sarah Palin during the campaign, but the same media had a difficult time getting to Honolulu, the Columbia University campus, Harvard Yard, or the south side of Chicago to ask a question or two about the Cold Hearted Social Engineer who now thinks he’s King of the Free World."
Scared Monkeys:
"Obama is a one hit wonder with no follow up act; Sarah Palin is energizing a movement and its people to take their country back"
Northern Exposer at Conservative Jedi:
"Take a listen to Randi Rhodes... Ed Schultz and especially Mike Malloy, then tell me there's more hatred on the right. What a joke! And the mainstream media says nothing. Lefty actors and 'comedians' like Sean Penn, Bill Maher, David Letterman... Roseanne Barr and Sandra Bernhardt continually attack Sarah Palin with 'jokes' about rape and child molestation, and the MSM says nothing. Some of them even laugh along. So spare me about the 'hatred' on the right."
Melissa Clouthier at Liberty Pundits:
"The media has been absolutely atrocious for years now, but the new watermark low can be pinned on the electoral cycle of Barack Obama and the attempted destruction of Sarah Palin."
Arriba at Right Pundits:
"Sarah Palin has accomplished a lot this election season. For one thing, she has shown herself to be one of the charismatic forces in the Tea Party Movement and has made the Republican Party quake in fear. Merely moving her support to virtually unknown candidates provides them with a wellspring of earnest supporters who are sure to vote. Because of this, she has shown herself to be a force to be reckoned with not just in this midterm election, but [she] may be an overwhelming candidate in the 2012 Republican presidential nomination."
Shannon Work at So It Goes In Texas:
"They're at it again. What is it with the left's fixation with Sarah Palin? And the most vicious personal attacks usually come from women."
Dr. Gina Loudon at Big Journalism:
"About That ‘Endowed by Their Creator’ Omission, Mr. President… As a Harvard-trained lawyer, are we really to believe that BHO II forgot the most famous line in the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence... Would the same media that is jabbing conservatives for their complaints refrain from complaining if, say, Sarah Palin forgot to mention the First Amendment (free speech, press, religion) when reciting the Bill of Rights?"
William Teach at Pirate's Cove:
"No matter how much the left, the media, and the Democrats try to demonize and marginalize Palin... her message resonates with the People."
Buckskin at The Stupid Nation:
"So Tea Party cutie Christine O'Donnell did some sort of dabbling in witchcraft in her formative late teen years. All I want to know is did O'Donnell attend Hogwarts, and if so, does she have a potion or incantation to transmogrify ignorant delusional liberals into shining beacons of knowledge, wisdom and fiscal responsibility (ie conservatives - not Republicans mind you, conservatives)? Just as with Sarah Palin, you KNOW the libs are terrified of this woman if they are scraping that low."
BD Pisani at B2 Journal:
"Speaking plainly, Palin has a potential constituency that no one should underestimate: the same American voters who have been orchestrating one election upset after another for several months now."
K. D. at Hillbuzz:
"Governor Palin’s running, no matter when she officially announces it, and thankfully she’s not waiting until some later date in the future to answer the call the nation, and God, has issued to her. She’s got her detractors’ and opponents’ numbers and she’s doing everything she needs to make a successful White House run... When I looked in Governor Palin’s eyes that day in Washington, Illinois I knew she was running for president."
Chris Cillizza at The Fix:
"The confluence of her [Iowa] speech and the ['Tea Party'] Web video send a very clear signal: If Palin runs for president it will be a bid rooted not in the Republican Party but in the tea party movement."
- JP

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