Friday, October 1, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 125

"From Death Panels to Death Threats to Death of the Media" Edition...

Matthew Archbold at Creative Minority Report:
"Boy, that Sarah Palin was really making up stories when she talked about 'death panels.' She's soooooooo stupid, isn't she? But as long as Democrats are pushing the meme of Palin's stupidity you'd think they'd stop actually actually advocating death panels. But they clearly can't help themselves. They can't because it's the logical end of their theory of Big Brother governance. They all know it. The only thing shocking here is that a Democrat admitted it in public again... Libs believe government should be in charge of everything in your life, it makes sense that they feel they're also responsible to decide the time and manner of your death. But remember, Sarah Palin's stupid."
Daisy at Chicks on the Right:
"Some 18-year old kid, who may or may not be sane, wants to kill Sarah Palin. But it’s more newsworthy to report on Bristol being in a bar..."
"Every time we see a story about how a Democrat is supposedly threatened we see an avalanche of commentary on the left blaming Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck et al. warning of the "climate of hate" on the right. Well, now that Sarah Palin has been granted a restraining order against some punk, can we blame the angry left, Barack Obama, MSNBC and the leftwing blogosphere for their relentless attacks upon Palin that may have set off this loose cannon?"
Gary P Jackson at A Time For Choosing:
"Uh, just so you know, this supposed '21 & over Bar' Bristol Palin ate nachos in has a children’s menu..."
Geoff at Ace of Spades HQ:
"The pressure never lets up on the Palin family. Today they're after Bristol... Well, perhaps the AP could have done what I did: look up this gin joint online and see if it really is a food establishment. In the 30 seconds it takes to find and visit their website, you quickly find their dinner menu, which sounds simply outstanding... I'm not only convinced that Rum Runners is a 'bona fide restaurant,' I'm thinking about a dedicated expedition to Anchorage to dive face first into their offerings. The obvious virtues of the menu aside, I believe that it's clear that Bristol had the right to be in the establishment - the only question is whether she was slugging down shooters and pints while she was there. I'm doubting it, and in the absence of some other indication of a crime, going back to try to find a crime smacks of yet another anti-Palin witch hunt. And the AP's apparent reluctance to actually spend the minute required to investigate the establishment tells me that they're fine with that."
Bill Zwecker at the Chicago Sun-Times:
"My 'DWTS' source added, 'Even though most of the people who work on the show are not fans of her politics, Sarah Palin did impress everyone. She was totally gracious and lovely to everyone at the show, I have to admit. She's got star power herself!'"
Jennifer Caballero at Liberty Pundits:
"Palin derangement syndrome reaches new levels each week and it is especially prevalent in the Huffington Post. Boo-gate as it is called was all the media covered yesterday, with claims the audience of Dancing with the Stars booed Sarah Palin. ABC yesterday played unedited, raw video of the booing being directed at the scoring of dancers, not to Sarah Palin. Even with the video evidence, the Huffington Post accuses ABC of being shills for the Palin family! Talk about being stuck on stupid."
The Editors of the Daily News-Record:
"Some of the details regarding the president’s formative years remain blurry, at best... The media have been none too eager to press such issues — a reticence that stands in marked contrast to their insistence on knowing everything possible about Christine O’Donnell. And Sarah Palin."
Gavino at Ask Gavino:
"Part of the problem for Sarah Palin in 2008: she had little opportunity to define herself, so the media, dominated by liberals who desperately wanted to see Obama win the presidency, did it for her. The results speak for themselves... [The] reliance on Obama’s own words prevails today. Almost two years after he was elected President of the United States, America knows little about his family life, his upbringing, his educational record or his intimate influences. All this lies in stark contrast to the journalistic invasion of Alaska, dispatched to uncover and expose any scandals that may have touched Sarah Palin and her family."
Stacy Drake at Conservatives 4 Palin:
"Any Republican who takes David Plouffe's advice should be forced to go work the phones for the Murkowski campaign."
Matthew Balan at NewsBusters:
"CNN's Jack Cafferty may end up eating more than his words if Sarah Palin is elected the next president in 2012. After outlining how a current poll indicates 'Obama's best hope of winning a second term just might be Alaska's dropout governor' on Tuesday's Situation Room, anchor Wolf Blitzer warned him that there's always the chance she may end up being elected. Cafferty replied, 'If Sarah Palin is the next president, Wolf, I will eat this building I'm talking to you from one brick at a time...' There you have it: a plausible reason to support Sarah Palin's candidacy in 2012. Maybe that will finally cure his Palin Derangement Syndrome."
Jim Treacher at the DC Trawler:
"Palin has over 267,000 followers on Twitter. Grayson has a little under 11,000. So his sense of fair play and ironclad grasp of logic won’t do him much good in this forum."
Paul Bedard and Caitlin Huey-Burns at US News' Washington Whispers:
"The odds-on favorite to win the GOP presidential nod in 2012 is none other than Sarah Palin, according to a statistical formula developed by Villanova University Prof. Lara Brown. The professor's figuring is bad news for presumed hopefuls like Rep. Mike Pence, Sen. Jim DeMint, ex-Gov. Mitt Romney, former Speaker Newt Gingrich, Gov. Haley Barbour, and former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton... Palin has an advantage because she has been elected both mayor and governor. She also was a major party vice presidential nominee, giving her an enviable breadth of political experience."
Jennifer Caballero at Cubachi:
"Maybe Bristol’s presence on this show [DWTS], is a catalyst for conservatives in the pop culture realm."
Rachel Alexander at
"With the emergence of the Tea Parties, the NSRC and... NRCC can no longer brazenly pick and choose more liberal Republicans over conservative ones. The Tea Parties have empowered Sarah Palin to stand up to the establishment, enabling the more conservative candidates to win with her endorsement, and they have strengthened the influence of conservatives like Senator DeMint. Prior to this election, the NSRC and the NRCC were the only big money elephants in the room. Now, there is Palin, DeMint’s conservative Senatorial PAC and the Tea Party Express, which has also poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into these races."
- JP

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