Wednesday, October 20, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 135

Special "Don't know much more about history" Edition (The Sequel)...

Van Helsing at Moonbattery:
"When Sarah Palin advised Tea Party patriots not to 'party like it's 1773' just yet — an obvious reference to the Boston Tea Party, which took place that year — less historically literate moonbats used Twitter to pounce, in the apparent belief that the entire era of the American Revolution took place in 1776."
"I believe the proper words for Gwen and her smug elitist Lefty pals at this point are 'Gosh were we wrong! Sorry, Governor Palin.' That won't happen..."
P.J. Salvatore at Big Journalism:
"The funny thing about this is that PBS’s Gwen Ifill joined in the melee. Gwen Ifill. Yes, that Gwen Ifill of PBS, the Public Broadcast System for which your cash money pays. This woman moderates debates... 'Sarah Palin party like its 1773! ummm,' Ifill tries to spin, to no avail... 'Stand down everybody. I was quoting Sarah Palin from her speech yesterday.' No, you editorialized."
Tom Maguire at JustOneMinute:
"Well I'm Planning To Party Like Its 1994..."
Northern Exposer at Conservative Jedi:
"If Gwen Ifill (the mediator of 2008's Vice-Presidential debate that had a financial interest in Obama becoming president) is this ignorant and childish, what are the odd her contemporaries will publicly correct her? My God, liberals are dumb sheep... Sarah Palin, correct. Arrogant and ignorant liberals, just...brainless. See what I mean about their lack of knowledge concerning history? I guess they're so used to trying to re-write it."
Dan Karipides at Wizbang:
"History is important. Those that don't remember history are doomed to repeat it and all of that. Well it would seem the more unhinged left is so doomed."
Lex E. Libertas:
"Unbelievable. Had these leftist dopes taken the 10 seconds necessary to look it up, they wouldn’t be staggering around this morning looking for a towel to wipe the egg the off their collective faces... No doubt they will fall back on the Demo-Dope line, 'Palin tricked us into mocking her.' You know, like they did with GWB 'tricking' them into supporting the Iraq war... Only Libs and Demo-Dopes can be tricked by someone they claim to be a fool."
"I'm coming around to the point of view that Sarah Palin does this sort of thing on purpose."
Cnation at Conservative Nation:
"The more these people talk, the more snide, uninformed comments, mischaracterizations and flat-out lies they throw out against people such as Sarah Palin who are clearly their intellectual and moral superiors - not to mention just plain right - the more thoroughly repellent they and their positions become to this great nation’s formerly apolitical population."
Bill Quick at Daily Pundit:
"Perhaps the biggest lie perpetrated by leftists over the decades of their modern existence is that they are so much more intelllligent than the rest of us."
Vicki McClure Davidson at Frugal Café Blog Zone:
"Give the elitist media liberals any rope at all, and they’ll hang themselves and their dogs trying to do another 'gotcha' on Palin. Crikey, Gwen — the kids on 'Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?' would make mincement out of you with little effort — THEY know when the Boston Tea Party happened. Stop kissing up to Obama’s administration and just do your friggin’ job so Palin doesn’t have to do it for you."
Bluegrass Pundit:
"The Tea Party Movement isn't the Only Thing Liberals are Ignorant About... Apparently, they didn't get past elementary school history."
Bob Owens at Confederate Yankee:
"Sarah Palin and Christine O'Donnell seem to be driving progressive bloggers completely around the bend... I know the left is grabbing for some sort [of] magic talisman to save their dream-turned-nightmare, but petty jibes -— especially ones that turn out to be based upon their own ignorance —- only make them seem petty and desperate to voters."
Mark Whittington at Associated Content:
"I thought Sarah Palin was supposed to be the dullard. It looks like her critics are not even as smart as fifth graders."
Pragmatic American:
"Isn't that sad? These are some of the most troubled, turbulent times in many decades, and it behooves us all to pay close attention. Yet these people, so full of themselves, so arrogant in their (non) knowledge, can not know about 1773?"
Right Coast:
"Please, somebody get these people a history book."
Shane Vander Hart at Caffeinated Thoughts:
"Sarah Palin’s American History Challenge: Are You Smarter Than a Liberal? ... Oh my, the left exploded on Twitter with hysteria when Sarah Palin at the Reno Tea Party Express rally said to supporters not to party like it is 1773 yet... Oh yes that would be the Boston Tea Party which happened in… you guessed it – 1773. I learned that in elementary school, and I even went to public school. Go figure."
Marooned in Marin:
"Blame liberals who've revamped Social Studies courses in public schools for the fact they don't know US History and the Constitution."
Scotty Starnes:
"More proof that Liberals elitists have no grasp of U.S. History. These idiots were trying to make fun of Palin and ended up looking like the jackassery their party is represented by. Quick. Sign them up to be contestants on 'Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader.' This is when most of us learned that the Boston Tea Party happened in 1773. DOH!"
Cuffy Meigs at Perfunction:
"Like they were saying: Ummmmm..."
More "1773" quotes here.

- JP

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