Saturday, November 20, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 158

"Dancing With the Czars" Edition

Sissy Willis at
"'And this is supposed to be a conservative culture warrior?' sniffs Mona Charen, adding her voice to the chorus of fuddy duddies convinced that Bristol Palin's controversial 'Dancing with the Stars' adventure is yet more proof, were it needed, that Sarah Palin lacks presidential gravitas... It's the ratings, stupid. But for some a chance to pick at the scabs of Palin Derangement Syndrome trumps all. Then comes the show's executive producer, Conrad Green, to put things into proper perspective. 'I’m kind of mystified about why everyone is finding this such a bizarre thing to happen,' he told Inside TV... As Bristol's partner Mark told Greta on Fox... 'If you've got a favorite couple, you've gotta pick up the phone.' And we did."
Tony Katz at PJTV:
"A man shot his TV after watching Gov. Palin's daughter Bristol on DWTS. Why can't the liberals and the crazies stop wailing about Sarah Palin?"
Kate O'Hare at Hot Cuppa TV:
"In a story in the New York Daily News, 'Dancing' executive producer Conrad Green explained some of how the voting, particularly the online voting, is managed. According to Green, there are internal controls that prevent multiple voting from the same computer, no matter how many e-mail addresses the user registers at Green told the Daily News: 'It is possible to register lots of email addresses, but the IP address identifies which computer sent it. If that does happen, we wipe out [those votes].' ... So, however many votes Bristol Palin is getting, 'Dancing' believes she's coming by them the usual way."
Jennifer at
"Popeater claims if Bristol wins the show it’ll ruin it forever. Oh please... Is the liberal media that worried that Bristol is winning the hearts of America, while they tried to systematically destroy her and her mother?"
Monica Rizzo at
"On one conservative Web site,, some of the site's 300,000 registered users have recently used discussion threads to encourage votes for Bristol. One asked users to 'make liberal heads explode and vote for Bristol' on Nov. 8 to advance her to the semi-finals. But Jim Robinson, who founded the site, says there is no larger plan at work. 'An organized conspiracy? I sincerely doubt that,' he told PEOPLE. 'The Tea Party's not that organized!'"
Jeannie DeAngelis at American Thinker Blog:
"How ironic, liberals blaming excessive voting for an 'undeserving' contestant being in contention to win... Wasn't it two just years ago that... an unqualified, 'ubiquitous' candidate... ended up walking away with the ultimate prize?"
Moe Lane:
"And I had a nice, snarky comment all lined about the Left’s bizarre mass-stalking of Bristol Palin, too. Little did I realize that somebody actually is stalking the woman. '...the powder was contained in a piece of fan mail addressed to Bristol Palin.' Marvelous. And you realize, of course, that the instigators of whoever did that will refuse to accept that they may be just a little too publicly unhinged about their objections to THAT WOMAN and her family... Yes, yes, yes, Bristol might not have been the target. And some random person or persons just HAPPENED to try to burn down Sarah Palin’s old church back in 2008 (with women and children inside)."
"Palin Derangement Syndrome has not subsided in the liberal mind since they were inflicted with it in 2008. It manifests itself many times in... sexualizing situations that are non-sexual. This one is far beyond innuendo..."
"ED Show has his panties in a wad over illegally leaked excerpts from Sarah Palin’s new book. In one excerpt Sarah Palin explains that the Obamas believe that America is fundamentally unjust and unequal. She cites where Michelle Obama made her infamous ‘I’ve never been proud of my country…blah blah’ remark in 2008 and also referred to how the Obamas sat in Rev. Wright’s church for 20 years listening to ‘his rants against America and white people’. Sounds about right to me."
Don Surber at the Charleston Daily Mail:
"So Tina Fey won another award for not being Sarah Palin. Good for Tina Fey. Maybe it will help with her self-esteem issues. I am not saying she is not talented. Just lazy."
Donald Douglas at American Power:
"My sense is that Palin's attuned to popular sensibilities in a way the Barack Obama has never been. She's anti-elitist. She stands against the elite-arugula entitlement that is the essence of the Democrat-Socialist hegemonic power agenda. And Sarah Palin learns. She's open to ideas and feedback. If President Obama had even an ounce of those qualities he'd have a much better chance of avoiding early retirement in 2012 --- quite possible at the hands of Sarah Palin herself."
Dan Riehl at Riehl World View:
"If Sarah Palin has a secret weapon, it's how distasteful and classless are so many of the GOP establishment types lined-up against her. If they were nearly as smart as they fancy themselves to be, they'd probably just shut-up and let the chips fall where they may."
Ari Fine at Strictly Right:
"Sarah Palin is the only serious presidential candidate taking the Federal reserve to task. Restoring integrity to the dollar and combating inflation was a key tenet of President Reagan’s. Reagan called inflation 'as violent as a mugger, as frightening as an armed robber, and as deadly as a hit man.' Inflation is a backdoor tax on Americans... On another note, Palin’s admonition that the government does not have a revenue problem, it has a spending problem is Reaganesque... Governor Palin’s statement, almost a throwaway line, demonstrates a different understanding of the role of government. Palin’s instinctual reflex is that earners, not the government, are the rightful owners of the fruits of their labor. This is sadly a rarity in government. All in all, this was a very encouraging interview from the woman that will lead the GOP to the White House in 2012."
Jim Treacher at The DC Trawler:
"Because HuffPo’s all about the hard news! Silly Palin, a woman’s not supposed to show off her arms unless she’s married to Barack Obama. I mean, how can she run for president now?"
iusbvision at The IUSB Vision Weblog:
"That random MSNBC talker... states that when Sarah Palin was asked who her favorite Founder was that she could not name one. This is a lie that many of the far left web sites have embraced... They post the video and leave off her answer so it looks like she could not name one. Others just posted a long video of the interview while claiming she was 'stumped' and simply counted on people not hanging around to watch her complete answer. This is the level of dishonesty that the far left engages in regularly... Even though I am much more familiar with the Founders than the vast majority of Americans, I had trouble answering. The thought of trying to decide who was 'better' between Patrick Henry, George Washington, Ben Rush, Sam Adams, Noah Webster and the rest actually left me in horror for a few moments. I know full well that the Founders were truly great men with a special blessing; they are men that I am not qualified to judge. At the first moment the idea of ME picking one Founder over another left me feeling unworthy; among these great men who am I to chose who is best?"
- JP

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