Sunday, November 28, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 162

"Good Catch" Edition

James Lewis at American Thinker Blog:
"Now Sarah's done it! Killing a fish on TV! Let's fade out of that horror scene for a second and watch the liberals moan about Sarah Palin killing a halibut. In public. In front of God and everybody. This is as bad as not aborting her baby... Being liberal means never having to see blood. It means voting for free abortions for teeny boppers, but never having to watch a fish dying on TV. It means cuddling your cat and never seeing her sneak out every night to kill little baby birds. Liberals live off the turkeys of the land, protected by cops and soldiers, fed by farmers and fishermen, and still pretending to live for peace and love forever, and no more visible blood... If you don't want turkeys to die, don't eat your Thanksgiving dinner. It's one or the other. Liberals demand both."
Mark Noonan at Blogs for Victory:
"Geesh... liberals will find anything they can to hate Sarah Palin over... It’s a fish! It’s dinner! ... The left is completely insane over Sarah Palin."
M.Joseph Sheppard at Recovering Liberal:
"That's it...just when I think PDS can't possibly reach any lower depths of outright insanity we get this headline: 'Sarah Palin Blasted for Halibut Snuff Film'... The only better way to kill these creatures would be to... force them to listen to one of Obama’s long, drawn-out answers to simple questions, or…better yet, one of his speeches."
Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit:
"Last week Sarah Palin clubbed halibut – Today she clubbed the corrupt state-run media."
Howard Fineman at leftist website HuffPo:
"Anyone who doubts the seriousness -- or savvy -- or Palin's game plan needs to look closely at her book-tour travel schedule, particularly as it relates to what for her would be the make-or-break state of Iowa. She [visited] Des Moines Saturday -- an obvious and central stop. But also on Saturday she [stopped] at Norfolk, Nebraska, a seemingly out-of-the-way place until you realize that coverage of the event there (and funneled through Omaha TV and Sioux City, Iowa TV) will blanket Western Iowa -- the most staunchly conservative and Republican part of the state. She will reach those voters again on Dec. 2, when she travels to Spirit Lake, Iowa. It's not just a nifty name -- it's a central tourism spot in the midst of the farm-and-lake country of west-central Iowa. Indeed, if there are parts of America (and Iowa) where people 'cling to their guns and their religion,' as candidate Barack Obama once famously said, Sarah... is heading right to 'em."
Douglas Burns at Cityview:
"Iowa is full of hard-working people. It’s a place with a blue-collar rhythm in which hunting is more than sport. It’s a culture. 'Sarah Palin’s Alaska' captures some of the spirit of this culture."
John Nolte, Editor-In-Chief of Big Hollywood:
"Right now we live in an America governed by a President who entered office with a less than distinguished record as a state senator and only a two year record as a United States senator where he accomplished little more than to run for president. And yet it’s Sarah Palin, a two-term mayor, former governor and chair of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission who’s had the narrative built up and fortified around her that she doesn’t have the experience to be the president of the United States. And who built that narrative? The media."
Noel Sheppard at NewsBusters:
"Sandra Bernhard called Bristol Palin a hooker on Wednesday's 'The Joy Behar Show.' This was just a part of a televised hatefest reminiscent of the Lindsay Lohan film 'Mean Girls' ... And Maureen Dowd thinks conservative women are mean."
Tim Graham at NewsBusters:
"It's fair game to discuss whether Bristol Palin arrived at the finals of ABC's Dancing with the Stars on talent alone (instead of being judged with telephone voting). But ABC and The Washington Post were Palin-obsessed enough to actually pay for a poll question on the matter... It's not unfair to insist Palin's daughter wouldn't be in the finals without support from her mother's fans. It would be silly to insist Palin's daughter would be on this show at all without her mother. But the Post's anti-Palin feelings are showing. Can you imagine ABC and the Post paying for a poll question asking whether Chelsea Clinton's talents landed her a six-figure job?"
William Teach at Pirate's Cove:
"I wonder if people in the White House sneak up on Barry and yell 'Palin!' just to watch him freak out?"
Aaron Goldstein at the IC Blog:
"Syndicated columnist and CNN contributor Roland S. Martin has called for violence against Sarah Palin. Martin took Palin to task for her criticisms of First Lady Michelle Obama's anti-obesity initiative. Martin writes, '...Maybe someone should kick Sarah Palin so she can understand how devastating obesity is to the future of the United States.' Well, needless to say, if a conservative writer (like myself) had suggested that President Obama or the First Lady be kicked we would hear a chorus of cackles telling us how violent conservatives are. But I guess it's O.K. for Martin to call for violence against Sarah Palin simply because she expresses an opinion contrary to his own. Martin should do the right thing and publicly apologize to Palin. But will it happen? Fat chance."
John Batchelor:
"The read on POTUS Obama is that he has not solved the heartland. That he says that he comes from Illinois, but that his attitude is Hyde Park academy tricked up with Washington patois of 'investment' and 'outreach.' Palin answers the heartland in perfect key."
Gary Bray at
"To imagine that we would even bother to listen to the Stone Age Press as to who our nominee is should really tell us who to pick. They are attempting to Alinsky the Palin name so that the Conservative Country Clubbers will be too embarrassed to embrace her as a serious candidate... What terrifies the establishment on both sides is that she will become the Tea Party candidate. After she stood up to them and put her neck on the line for all the Tea Party nominees as well as bringing her crowds to the Tea Parties, the last thing the Inner Circle could stand would be a Tea Party President. She would bring excitement to the race that has not been seen... This would be a true grassroots movement [which] would not be bought off by any outside lobbies. She would even be basically separate from the GOP as they have not done any favors for her or the candidates she supported. This terrifies them as they would lose complete control of everything."
Steve Tuttle at the very liberal Newsweek:
"If the Democrats think things are bad now, wait until Sarah Palin grabs them by their bleeding hearts... As each day counts down toward the 2012 election, it seems more and more possible to me that Sarah Palin could be president of the United States."
Sister Toldjah:
"Something else to be thankful for this Thanksgiving week: Sarah Palin, for ripping the MSM/punditocracy a new one over their continued double standards when it comes to the issue of political gaffes. Palin made one earlier this week on the North/South Korea stand-off, and the mainstream media (and snide left wing pundits and Beltway insider Republicans) went ballistic (no pun intended) with criticism. Palin responded via Facebook noting some of the numerous gaffes made by President Obama that typically get little to no attention from The Usual Suspects who are still infatuated and slobbering over our celebrity President after all this time."
- JP

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