Monday, September 27, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 123

"Sarah Palin can see November from her house" Edition...

Don Surber at the Charleston Daily Mail:
"Liberalism has deteriorated into a juvenile mocking of critics. Rather than argue, liberals ridicule. And it backfires every time. They tried to run Sarah Palin off with Tina Fey’s 'Mean Girls' version of Chevy Chase’s falling down Jerry Ford. That worked? The Rasmussen Poll asked: 'Who’s Views Are Closer to Your Own?' 52% said Sarah Palin. 40% said Barack Obama. He would have been elected president without Tina Fey. But you can make the argument that Sarah Palin might not be where she is without Tina Fey. The constant mockery made Sarah Palin very appealing to many of us who are sick of elitist sneers. If they are so bright, why can’t they balance a budget?"
Beth Shaw at Blue Star Chronicles:
"Saturday Night Live... went straight for a political hit on Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell. I guess after their success in getting people to think that Sarah Palin said things that were said by Tina Fey on the show, they figured they’d try their hand at attempting to bring down another female Conservative candidate."
James Taranto at
"'Sarah Palin Drops the H-Bomb: 'Barack Hussein Obama' read the shocking headline on Talking Points Memo [TPM]... But guess what? It turns out Obama's middle name really is Hussein! How do we know? It says so on his birth certificate -- an image of which we found in a TPM post from June 2008! Turns out it's TPM that's telling wingnut lies by implying the president's birth certificate isn't real. What a shame to see a once- respectable news site sink into the racist birther swamps."
Shannon Work at So It Goes In Texas:
"Sarah Palin caught some heat... on liberal blog Talking Points Memo for dropping the 'H-bomb,' Barack Hussein Obama. Oh, pa-leeze, they will attack her on anything. Weak, very weak."
Mondo Frazier at Ddeath By 1000 Papercuts:
"There were no questions asked [about Obama] during the disgraceful Mainstream Media coverage of the 2008 election because the Media was too busy digging through dumpsters in Wasilla, Alaska, for dirt on the Republican VP nominee... Palin alludes to a 'double standard.' It’s not. It’s blatant content management and it no longer is very effective because it’s been so transparent for so long, Americans give the same respect to the New York Times‘ political opinions as they did the Weekly World News. Thank heavens the Mainstream Media is dying. May it be slow, protracted and painful. Just like the damage they’ve inflicted on objective journalism during the last 50 years."
Tymetraveler at Tymetraveler's Take:
"After viewing many interviews and speeches by the former governor from Alaska, I am convinced of one thing: she is a person of character."
Merv Benson at Prairie Pundit:
"Those who underestimate Palin, miss how she connects with voters... That is something I have noticed from the beginning of her time on the national stage. While critics and pundits have tried to belittle her and denigrate her, the positions she takes on most issues are those more Americans take. She found a way around the media that hated her and now that same media is finally giving her some respect. I don't know if she will be a candidate in 2012. I don't think she has made that decision yet. But she will definitely be a player in deciding who the GOP nominee will be."
Christopher Barron, Board Chairman of GOProud, at The Daily Caller:
"27% of self-identified gay and lesbian voters chose John McCain and Sarah Palin in 2008. That’s a figure that translates to roughly 1.7 million gay votes for McCain/Palin. If gay conservatives are unicorns, our herd is huge."
Clifton B at Another Black Conservative:
"Sarah Palin’s keynote speech at the Reagan Dinner in Iowa has set off a new round of speculation of whether or not Sarah Palin will run in 2012. Good grief, is it not terribly obvious by now that Sarah Palin will run in 2012? Just look at [the] new Sarah PAC ad... Think about this, if Palin runs for the GOP nomination, what Republican running to the left of her would stand a snow ball chance in hell of getting the nomination? Palin... adheres to one of the purest brands of conservatism the nation has seen since Reagan."
Jimmie Bise at Sundries Shack:
"The Republican Party had never shown interest in or aptitude for organizing mass protests... The party itself was [too] busy fighting over Sarah Palin and the incompetent campaign of its last nominee."
Lloyd Marcus at American Thinker:
"The Left sold their feminist movement to America as being about giving women options and freedom to choose their path. If this truly was their mission, Sarah Palin would be their rock star -- a strong, confident woman who is extremely successful in- and outside the home. But rather than celebrate Palin's achievements, feminists despise her. Why? Because it ain't about freedom, nor options. The Left's version of the feminist movement is about bitterness towards men, hatred of America, and promoting a socialist agenda. I don't know who the Left despises more -- successful, uppity black escapees from the liberal plantation or conservative women."
E. Splater, remorseful Obama voter, at Splate24′s Blog:
"Not that I’m fond of Sarah Palin, but, the people, who are criticizing Sarah for a few crib notes in the palm of her hand, have known for two years that our President reads every thought off of a teleprompter word for word. Let’s not even forget, the mistakes and mistypings he also reads."
William Teach at Pirate's Cove:
"It is understandable that Democrats do not want to discuss their legislative record and accomplishments. People have read the bills after they were passed, and found them to be terrible. Instead, they’ll go after Republican candidates personally, they’ll lie their elitist butts off, and they’ll throw out racial slurs. The women will feel the wrath of Democrat misogyny, as we have seen time and time again against Conservative women such as Michelle Bachmann and Sarah Palin. Christine O’Donnell has now become part of that party... Attack ads and smears have long been rooted in Politics 101, yet, Democrats have made personal smears and attacks into an art form, not to mention their primary type of ads. They do not want to discuss their policy. Heck, many of them do not even want to mention that they’re Democrats."
Chris Gacek at the FRC Blog:
"Aside from the Tea Party phenomena itself – the most important political development this election cycle involves Sarah Palin... Sarah Palin is changing the Republican Party and making it decidedly more pro-life... Palin isn’t just politicking, she is institution-building."
Frank Napolitano at Illinois Review:
"The impact and domino effect of who is elected to local offices can be very significant... In 1992 residents of Wasilla, AK elected Sarah Palin to serve on their City Council. She then went on to serve as Wasilla’s Mayor. In 2006 Sarah Palin was elected as Alaska’s Governor, where she cut budgets and vetoed wasteful spending bills. She was the Republican nominee for Vice President in 2008 and now is an outspoken supporter of the Tea Party, good common sense and conservative values across the country."
- JP

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