Saturday, November 6, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 148

"Politically Uncorrect" Edition

Rush Limbaugh:
"What's going on here, folks, is very simple. They want to establish a lie very firmly in the minds of the public that the tea party hurt the Republican Party in these elections. They want to use this to stop Sarah Palin. Republican insiders are trying to figure out now how to stop Sarah Palin... If anybody is an obvious winner here... it would be Palin. Look at the grief and the mockery that she got for putting what the media claimed were targets on 20 Democrat incumbents on her website. Look at the grief that she's got ever since she was named McCain's running mate. Eighteen of those Democrats she targeted lost. That's a pretty amazing and impressive record. Sarah Palin targeted a bunch of Democrats for defeat, and 18 of them lost. That's more than any Republican elites are doing."
The New Agenda:
"So we encouraged the most powerful women in the Republican Party to fight for our votes... Palin did, officially launching her 'Mama Grizzlies!' Palin outdid our expectation, endorsing women all over the country."
Merv Benson at Prairie Pundit:
"It says something about the conceit of both Richard Cohen and Katie Couric that they both thought the question about what newspapers Palin read was some important insight into her intellect. Palin, on the other hand, thought it was a silly question and later admitted to reading several papers that would have probably satisfied most listeners other than Cohen who she probably does not read. But his comments also convey another conceit of liberalism, i.e., that those who disagree with them are not smart. Even conservatives who don't support Palin have to concede that she is generally right on the issues that most conservatives support. That makes her pretty smart in my book and it is one reason why I would support her if she decides to run."
Senator-elect Kelly Ayotte:
"Conservatives in New Hampshire and across the country view Gov. Palin as a leader in the movement to make government smaller and more accountable. Her support made a significant impact in my campaign, and I was honored to have it."
AWR Hawkins at Big Hollywood:
"Cher is on record saying of Palin: 'A dumb woman is a dumb woman.' Maybe she wishes she hadn’t said this after watching the November 2nd election results? In those elections the 'dumb' woman and her Tea Party candidates made the 'smart' liberals in DC and Hollywood look pretty stupid... Cher seems to be quite angry. And the more she talks, the more evident it is that she’s fast approaching the outright lunacy we’ve seen in people like Janeane Garofalo: people who let their anger consume them and rule their lives."
Da Techguy:
"It’s been the first day I’ve had a chance to watch 'Morning Joe' since Monday... and their advice is compromise, compromise, compromise for the GOP. The exact opposite of Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin and the people who got them elected."
Jim Putnam at The Coltons Point Times:
"Almost every day of the week the bastions of the liberal media, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time and Newsweek Magazine, MSNBC, even the Huffington blog run feature stories about Sarah Palin. If they dislike her so much, why? Because Palin draws reader interest more than any other politician in America. Palin is plastered in the liberal media to sell the liberal media, pure and simple."
Life in 3D:
"Sarah Palin’s been a favorite of mine since I first read about her and then saw her on the campaign trail. Now though, she has just jumped up to the next level with her choice in shotguns."
Bob Lester of KWHL's Bob and Mark show:
"It's no surprise to me that my good friend Sarah Palin would use our show to make such an important announcement [to run for president]. This is another example of Sarah Palin remembering where she comes from. She is Alaska. She isn't enamored with all the big lights and movie stars like so many think she is. She is a hometown girl who has her boots firmly planted on Alaska soil. "That's just her style. She is moose stew and 'bunny' boots much more than she is caviar and glass slippers."
Gay Patriot:
"Palin Perfectly Alliterates People Power at Play in 2010 Elections... She gets it..."
Andrew Breitbart at Big Journalism:
"The left is afraid of the election of Marco Rubio as Senator [from] Florida in the exact same way as they were afraid of Sarah Palin when she was chosen as the Vice Presidential nominee by John McCain. It has been clear from the beginning that both are ascendant as potential game-changing political stars and need to be destroyed... You thought that the left was scared on Nov. 1, 2010, now imagine an America with a successful Marco Rubio and his beautiful family in the White House."
Mr. Guthrie at Redemptive Thoughts:
"At this point, the only viable candidate for the conservative voters who gave the Republicans control of the House of Representatives is Palin... She is the only one I could trust to govern conservatively..."
James Burdett:
"I have long thought that Sarah Palin is a cannier operator than her detractors give her credit for. It remains to be seen whether she will pitch for the Republican nomination for 2012 but I think it is highly likely. I also think that she is a better candidate than her Democrat opponents and European detractors reckon on... Sarah Palin, if she goes for the GOP nomination, is going to pick up quite a lot of support... I do know... that she isn’t the clueless hick that she is painted. I suspect if she wants the nomination she has the political nouse to do what is necessary to get it. The fact that she whacked out the ['Together'] video after the midterms suggests to me she wants it."
Jonathan Strong at The Daily Caller:
"Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Thursday she objected to a photo of Rep. Michelle Bachmann in the publication Politico by suggesting its use was sexist... Politico changed out the photo for another of Bachmann later in the morning."
Spartacus Pundit:
"In an ironic twist of karma, the sleazy, bought-and-paid-for 'seniors' group that threw America under the bus to peddle bogus partisan propaganda for ObamaCare, AARP, has now been forced to announce that it must significantly raise costs for its employees...admittedly, due to ObamaCare... I guess Tea Partiers and Sarah Palin really weren't just a bunch of ignorant fear-mongers posturing for insurance companies. Go figure. Everything liberals told us was a flat-out lie."
- JP

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