Saturday, September 25, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 122

"Who Do You Trust?" Edition...

Russell Wilcox at From Sea To Shining Sea:
"When Sarah Palin appeared on the national scene we were told that her son was really her grandson; we were told that she caused her son’s Down Syndrome; we were told that her son was the product of her husband’s incestuous relationship with her daughter, etc., etc., etc. What is important with both Sarah Palin and Christine O’Donnell is that we can trust both of them to stand up for traditional values, smaller government and lower taxes. We all know what O’Donnell’s opponent, Coons, stands for. We have witnessed those policies in action for the last year and a half."
Melissa Clouthier at Liberty Pundits:
"Oh yeah, she’s running."
Aaron Goldstein at Intellectual Conservative's IC Blog:
"Democrats would be wise to listen to Bill Clinton... Clinton said that Sarah Palin should not be underestimated. He also described her as 'compelling', 'persuasive' and 'resilient.' Given that Clinton is the only Democrat to win two terms in office since FDR, one would think Democrats would give pause. Yet I imagine few Democratic activists will heed Clinton's words of wisdom. Palin strikes such a raw nerve with them that they cannot think straight. Their objections to her very being cloud any ability to see her strengths. This deficiency might very well propel Sarah Palin straight into the White House."
Daniel Foster at NRO's The Corner:
"Sarah Palin has... posted what amounts to a really good — and rhetorically effective — primer on the reality of Obamacare."
TomT at Orlando Political Press:
"The truth of the matter is that Sarah Palin is the only one on the national stage right now that will go to DC and reform that cesspool we fondly know as the federal government. She will not be beholden to the power structure inside the Beltway, nor the special interests and their endless flow of cash. We can be sure Palin will put what’s best for the people of this country first, just as we saw her do in Alaska. For that reason alone, should she decide to run, she can count on not only running against the radical far left, which includes most media outlets in this country and the entertainment industry, she can also count on spirited opposition from the right as well – probably the best indication that she’s the right woman for the job."
Nice Deb:
"Ooh-wee!, listen to the ‘Cuda call out Bam on all his lies"
Dr. Gina Loudon at Big Journalism:
"Robert Schmul on AOL Politics... claims that Sarah Palin is a lot like Barack Obama... But I see major differences. Obama is a socialist, Sarah Palin is a capitalist. That is basic and definitive, and makes any comparison rhetorical... Obama is the most pro-abortion president in history. Abortion is an act that places self-interest first. Sarah Palin gave birth, at a most inconvenient time, to a beautiful little boy who has Down Syndrome. That is an act of selflessness, compassion, and love. Obama holds a European socialist view that America should apologize to the world for being a super power for so long. Sarah thinks America is still Reagan’s 'shining city on the hill' and should continue to lead the world into a bright future for all who understand the precious concept of freedom and individual liberty... Using Robert Schmul’s approach, one could find 'commonalities' between Hitler and Mother Teresa, but the reality is there is no comparison when it comes to their hearts, their goals, and their legacy — the things that really count."
Jennifer Caballero at Cubachi:
"Sarah Palin is not about to let this election slide from conservative hands. She is leading the charge in promoting great candidates to promote our principles in the House and Senate."
Reid Wilson at National Journal's Hotline On Call:
"Tea Party Express has a better track record on endorsements than any group in D.C. this cycle, and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) have done their parts to encourage election of the most conservative candidates possible. Palin has endorsed, and campaigned for, an eclectic mix of establishment and counter-establishment contenders... DeMint and Palin are the closest thing the intentionally leaderless Tea Party movement has to national spokespeople. They are also the most obvious outlets for Republicans seeking to move beyond the Bush years, on which most activists look back with a mixture of disgust and depression. Palin's fresh face and DeMint's insistence on true conservatism are departures from an era that Republicans -- personified by the Tea Party movement -- regret."
Dorothy Vining at Musings at 85:
"I first blogged about Sarah Palin when she was introduced as the Republican candidate for vice-president. I was especially impressed when she said she had a 'servant’s heart.' Today... It seems she hasn’t changed much. More mature, better seasoned, wiser – still with a servant’s heart."
Mark McKinnon, Vichy Republican, at leftist website The Daily Beast:
"Sarah Palin is running for president. Book it. She cracked the door open in Iowa Friday night, and once that door is open, it doesn't shut... And given the results of recent elections, it's not difficult to see a clear pathway to the nomination for Palin. As the clear social conservative and the only woman in the field of possibly more than 10 candidates, she could easily win Iowa and South Carolina. And when you win those two states in the Republican primaries, you're likely to win the whole red enchilada... One thing will work in Palin's favor: She will be hugely underestimated. She will be an improved candidate and better on policy."
Ann Coulter via Dittos Rush!:
"[Sarah Palin] has more influence than a president does."
bc3b at Be John Galt:
"Mitt Romney would love to be this country’s 45th President. But, while he is playing very cautiously, Sarah Palin is on the attack. She keeps circling the Monopoly board, passing go and getting her $200, is constructing hotels on all her properties and building up a slew of IOUs from Republicans across the country. By the time Mitt decides which [way] the wind is blowing, it may be too late."
Melissa Clouthier at Liberty Pundits:
"I’ll admit, I wondered if drawing attention to David Letterman’s nonsense was wise... But no. Bring the fight into the open and destroy the destroyers... Turns out, Sarah Palin was right."
Will Cooper:
"Poor Mr. Obama has lost his status of being Mr. Cool. This week he was in New York City for a fund-raiser. The auditorium seated 650 people. Tickets were $100 each. A few hours before the president spoke the number of tickets sold totaled less than half of the room. His people quickly reduced the ticket price to $50 and still were not able to fill the room. Can you imagine Sarah Palin drawing a crowd that small? Her book signings were crammed with 2,000 to 3,000 people showing up."
- JP

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