Tuesday, October 19, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 133

Special "California/Nevada Earthquake" Edition...

Gary P Jackson at A Time For Choosing:
"Sarah Palin spoke to a packed house in Anaheim, California at the RNC rally Saturday afternoon. The speech, which was carried live on both network and cable news outlets, is one of her most powerful yet... Sarah hit every note pitch perfect. Dare I say she was incredibly presidential, and sounded exactly like the great Ronaldus Magnus."
bc3b at Be John Galt:
"Sounds like someone may be honing her message for 2012."
Skip at Kirby Said:
"Sarah Palin presented a very good speech. To me, she looks more presidential as the months pass... I met Sarah Palin prior to the election in 2008. I was impressed with her, but I can tell that she is now much more comfortable, confident and in control when she speaks. She has improved dramatically. Sarah Palin is a very good spokesperson for the GOP and has campaigned for many conservative candidates who are presently running for office. She has been and continues to be bashed by the left, but she has not let them stop her. If anything, she is a stronger, more professional person and more polished political figure because of it."
Phil Jennerjahn at The Jennerjahn Report:
"People paid to go this rally... Several thousand of them. What other candidate could do that?"
Ted Belman at Israpundit:
"Sarah Palin will be the next President... After listening to her latest speech, who can doubt it. She is absolutely amazing the way she delivers a speech and rallies the crowd. The audience was cheering and clapping throughtout her barn-buning speech. She instilled the audience with pride, patriotism, energy and enthusiasm. I have never heard a speech like this. She is incomparable."
Deuce at The Elephant Bar:
"She was smoking hot in Anaheim... It was a clever speech, well written and masterly delivered."
John Gizzi at Human Events:
"Although the Republican National Committee's get-out-the-vote rally here Saturday featuring Sarah Palin was widely reported, one little-known fact about it was that it was a product of the good working relationship the former Alaska governor has with RNC Chairman Michael Steele. ‘The chairman and Gov. Palin talk all the time—mainly by email, but they also spoken by phone,’ Steele spokesman Doug Heye told HUMAN EVENTS at the Anaheim Marriott, as Steele was introducing Palin before an overflow (and wildly enthusiastic) crowd of more than 1,500. Heye emphasized that Steele and Palin have a ‘great working relationship.’"
Donald Douglas at American Power:
"Steele introduced Sarah Palin to wild cheers... She looked great -- happy and enthusiastic. And folks on hand weren't holding back either..."
Andrew Zarowny at Right Pundits:
"Sarah Palin launched a two week road trip with the Tea Party Express in Reno, Nevada [Monday]... There seems little doubt that Palin will be a contender for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012. Her up-beat style in promoting ‘common sense Conservatism’ is ringing true with many voters. Unlike Obama, who is struggling to find supporters. This past Saturday in Massachusetts, President Obama said that Americans aren’t ‘thinking clearly’... Once again, Obama turns to his Elitist attitude that Americans are ‘clinging to guns and God’. That we are too ignorant to understand what is best for us. Not exactly the right way to endear people to your cause."
"Why oh why couldn't she have been our President..."
Adrienne Ross at Motivation Truth:
"At the RNC Rally in Anaheim, California, Governor Palin gave a speech that was effectively rich in substance and charisma. Already I am hearing people refer to it as her best since her 2008 RNC speech that had the country in awe after John McCain tapped her to run alongside him."
Scared Monkeys:
"Sarah Palin Says ‘Nobody Tell Barack Obama What Number Comes After a Trillion’... No truer words have ever been stated... with regards to President Barack Hussein Obama..."
Ron Devito at US 4 Palin:
"Gov. Palin spoke [Monday] about common-sense conservatism, limited government, and the forthcoming elections on November 2, 2010 at the Tea Party Express Rally in Reno, NV... Following the Tea Party Express Rally, Gov. Palin answered questions as to whether the Tea Party would split the Republican Party, by forcing ‘moderates’ out. She said the Tea Party, consisting of Republicans, Independents, and Democrats, is causing to the GOP to return to its conservative roots."
"Wow, Sarah Palin was definitely ‘on’ [Saturday] night! It’s the best speech I’ve heard from her in quite some time. She had the crowd stirred up quite a bit and looked very presidential..."
Jedediah Bila at Human Events:
"Sarah Palin’s speech on Saturday at the Republican National Committee’s get-out-the-vote rally in Anaheim, Calif., was a prime example of what Palin does best: slam the Obama Administration’s lies and toxic policies with down-to-earth humor, optimism, and a no-nonsense confidence that drives the Left wild... Sarah Palin will never be your cookie-cutter political figure. She’ll likely—and hopefully, in my humble opinion—continue to give some in the establishment a bad case of heartburn. And she’ll probably always possess the ability to laugh off the unimportant, thanks to a faith and a sense of priorities that many—myself included—wish they could consistently summon... And despite what her future plans may be, the GOP most certainly needs her charisma, her gutsiness, and her ability to shake up what’s in desperate need of being shaken."
Reagan to Palin:
"Sarah Was Magnificent..."
- JP

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