Monday, December 20, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 174

"Kryptonite" Edition

Robert Eugene Simmons Jr. at American Thinker:
"The damage to the traditional feminist movement was already underway when, in 2008, the movement encountered pure kryptonite in the form of a politician named Sarah Palin. Palin had everything the liberal feminists had said they were working for all these years. She was a self-made woman with a family, a career, and influence earned through hard work. However, Palin couldn't possibly be a feminist because she was conservative, loved her husband, and, most importantly, was pro-life. The feminist movement had spent decades and untold hours burying the objections of Susan B. Anthony and many other early-20th-century feminists to abortion. What is more, Palin had lived according to her beliefs in deciding not to abort her baby when she found he would be born with Down Syndrome. Palin represented an existential threat to the feminist movement, so they set about trying to destroy her. "
Jennifer at Cubachi:
"Let’s see… Palin talked about quantitative easing, Paul Ryan’s Roadmap, Obamacare, and other national policies more so than many other politician... So, stop with the questioning of her intelligence. How about questioning why there aren’t more politicians engaging in policy as effectively as Palin."
Kathleen McKinley at the Houston Chronicle:
"[On] Sarah Palin's Alaska... they cracked a rock with fossils. I hope the haters/bloggers on the left who always lied about Sarah only believing the world was 6000 years old, were listening. Her Dad (a former science teacher btw) talked about the fossils being millions of years old. I guess they just don't know that most of us Christians, of course, believe in the true age of the earth."
Kristinn Taylor and Andrea Shea King at Big Journalism:
"It seems no one at Salon finds it objectionable for the site to publish an explicit call for murder."
M. Joseph Sheppard at the Sarah Palin Information Blog:
"It is clear that not only does Palin understand the real life situations of the average person who is facing rising prices for staples, in contrast to the Beltway elite who live in a closeted world unaware of the struggling lives of the great mass of poor and middle class they purport to champion, but that she has positive policy prescriptions which, time after time, put the lie to the leftist talking heads who wrongly decry her on exactly that point."
Don Surber at the Charleston Daily Mail:
"Over the last two weeks of 2010, I will count down the finalists until I reach the Man of the Year... Last year’s winner was Sarah Palin. Will she repeat?"
Liz at Half-Baked Sourdough:
"Willful and deliberate ignorance is not attractive in anyone. You ['progressives'] have decided that Sarah Palin cannot do anything a 'rational' human would do, so in order to make yourselves appear superior, you belittle, scoff, and detract, when you should be looking in the dictionary for the differences between 'club' and 'stun,' and 'moose' and 'caribou.' But it’s becoming clearer all the time that you are deliberately making these incorrect statements because you prefer to shock your audiences with your passion instead of inform them with some real knowledge. Come on up to Alaska and do what we do for a couple of weeks. Then you can talk about us with a little bit of information under your belt. Until then, write about something you actually know something about. Like your navels, which it appears, you contemplate continually."
Radar Online:
"Sadly, we learned that after the episode was filmed, Bones passed away at the age of 75. 'This footage is very significant to the Palins,' TLC said in a statement. 'These moments are the family’s final memories with him.'"
"I've read Stanley Crouch for years and often found him making a lot of sense. But this latest effort of his for the New York Daily News is so incoherent I'm figuring he's also been afflicted with a raging case of Palin Derangement Syndrome. Say what you want about Palin, but equating the dimwit Kim Kardashian and that pig Paris Hilton with her simply makes no sense... I understand the NYDN is obsessed with dragging down Palin, as they trash her on a regular basis, but none of this makes any sense and makes Crouch look like a blithering idiot. I expect better from people like Crouch, but apparently sufferers of PDS just can't help themselves."
Van Helsing at Moonbattery:
"GWAR offered a demonstration of moonbat debating tactics by 'disemboweling' Sarah Palin — let's see if they can show us what it would look like if the Christmas-loathing, child-detesting, antisocial freakazoids who inhabit swamps like Huffington Post were to take up Christmas caroling..."
Left Coast Ledger:
"Something you won’t see on MSNBC or read in the New York Times this week is the apology these Obama propaganda fronts owe former Governor Sarah Plain. Andrew Breitbart’s Big broke the story this weekend: 'Death Panels Begin: Reaction to FDA’s Decision to Begin Rationing.' ... Now I ask you: If Sarah Palin lied about the death panels in President Obama’s national healthcare takeover plan, just who makes the decisions as to what late-term patients receive Avastin for their breast cancer treatment?"
Lori Calabrese at US for Palin:
"Sarah Palin's tweets have set off fiery debates, corrected false lame-stream media reporting, and has solidified Sarah Palin the brand as a force to be reckoned with. So what were Sarah Palin's top ten tweets of 2010? Read on..."
GHoyas at ConservativeNewJersey:
"What is it about this woman that inspires deep admiration in some and deranged loathing in others? ... I believe the most powerful of all the resentments involves her spirituality. Sarah Palin is a devout Christian who practices her faith; it’s obvious to even those who hate her that her spirituality is a powerful part of her life. Her ebullient and unabashed Christianity drives the embittered godless over the edge. They hate her because she doesn’t pay hypocritical lip service to her religious beliefs (flash back to the image of Bill Clinton carrying his Bible to church services) but actually has the temerity - in the face of a existentialist zeitgeist - to practice what she truly believes. In a word: those who hate Sarah Palin hate her because she reminds them of the gnawing emptiness that makes their own lives Hell on earth."
Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit:
"These Palin-haters just can’t help it. They get in front of a camera and 'poof' they start the Palin-hating vitriol."
bc3b at Be John Galt:
"Dennis Miller says one of the reasons he likes Sarah Palin is because 'she makes all the right enemies.' It appears the same thing can be said of Renee Ellmers, congresswoman-elect from North Carolina’s 2nd District. And, as Sarah would say, 'Renee fights like a girl.' ... Renee originally was from Madison Heights, MI, a very blue collar suburb. One of my best friends attended Madison High School with Renee and remembers her as 'fairly hot and a very devout Catholic.'"
- JP

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