Thursday, December 30, 2010

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 180

"Equally Yoked" Edition

Megan Fox at NewsReal Blog:
"Sarah Palin’s life has become an open book since the airing of her new show, 'Sarah Palin’s Alaska.' One interesting highlight is that Sarah and Todd Palin are clearly equals. They love to compete. They both cook... He isn’t threatened by her at all. She wins in the public eye, he wins at home. Their marriage is what 'feminists' have always said we should aspire to. If you must marry, marry a man who cooks... and is willing to stay home with the kids. Isn’t that the mantra? That’s the First Dude to a tee, but Sarah gets no credit for this. She’s still not woman enough for the ideologically pure feministas. (Which, oddly enough is the only thing we can say is 'pure' about them.)"
Carol at Parenting Freedom:
"May you all have an attitude toward life (and camping) like Sarah Palin rather than Kate Gosselin."
William A. Jacobson at Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion:
"Here are Legal Insurrection's Official predictions for 2011... 3. The Palin-Coulter ticket will emerge as the overwhelming favorite for 2012, winning the all important Gawker, Maddow, and Feministe endorsements, because sisterhood and breaking the glass ceiling counts for more than partisan politics... Whoops, wrong list. This actually is Legal Insurrection's Official Wish List for 2011."
Anne Leary at BackyardConservative:
"It's amazing she's still standing... after they've thrown everything at her, leftist and Republican establishment alike."
Danny R Butcher at High Plains Pundit:
"During an interview in November with FOX News' Bret Baier, Sarah Palin said that nobody can be compared to Ronald Reagan... Palin does bring Reagan’s greatest qualities of conservative integrity, optimism and confidence in the latent goodness of the American people back to the center stage like no one else in the GOP. Most importantly, she has Reagan’s resilience to the most vicious abuse which the MSM can throw. Like Reagan she never loses her good humor, and the attacks never appear to leave a mark. But here she improves even on Reagan. In the midst of the good-humored dismissal of the latest slur is a backatcha riposte at the attacker, which hits home without seeming petty or vindictive."
Kami at Perry Family:
"I caught up on the Sarah Palin show that she has on the TLC channel. I love it... I was inspired to blog about her because in the episode I watched today she talked about all those bloggers talking crap about her and I am showing that not all bloggers do."
Kevin 'Coach' Collins at Coach is Right:
"In August of 2009 the 'Oh-so-much-wiser-than-we-are' Jonathan Turley mocked Sarah Palin’s warnings that Obama’s healthcare scheme included what she rightfully called 'death panels.' ... Turley wrote that Palin’s characterization of the dangerous program as 'downright evil' put her in the category of people who believe in a 'Death Star' one might see in a movie. Presumably the liberals who read Mr. Turley’s columns had a hardy laugh at the comparison... Well, 'She who has the last laugh laughs best.' Now that Obama’s health care monster is safely signed and ready to start destroying our healthcare system, the truth about the bill Nancy Pelosi said we would have to pass to understand is coming out. What is coming out? Why Sarah Palin’s 'death panels' of course."
Richard C. Young:
"Sarah Palin has mentioned... the use of unconstitutional power to intrude on the eating habits of America... The federal government has no authority to impose its will on the diets of Americans. Everything the federal government should be doing is already enumerated in the constitution. Leave the food, healthcare, education, and other unconstitutional programs to the states."
Peter Roff at U.S. News:
"Taken together, end-of-life counseling, rationing, and comparative effectiveness research easily combine to create, in function if not in organizational structure, what former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and others have criticized as 'death panels' -- which are really no more than government regulations and processes and standards that will make decisions about who among the sick and elderly may live and who must die. It’s a scary thought, which is probably why the Obama administration kept these new regulations under wraps until the holidays, hoping they could get them out there without too many people noticing."
I Hate The Media!:
"While cocaine addiction may explain a bit of the anger emanating from a certain screenwriter it cannot be solely responsible for his tirade. A likelier explanation is that Sorkin accuses Palin of being a 'phony.' But really, are there any bigger phonies than those who live and work in Hollyweird?"
Alvin S. Felzenberg at NRO's The Corner:
"Mama Grizzly beat out Queen Elizabeth II and two former first ladies, Laura and Barbara Bush... Other than Obama, Palin was the only possible 2012 presidential contender to make the 'most admired' list. Therein may lay an unfolding story. Like her or not, agree with her or not, Palin emerged from 2010 having made her point. Other politicians as well as the media pay attention to what she says. And she has retained her ability to attract crowds. Palin may not get to be queen the next time out. But she may well determine who gets to be king. That should keep many tongues wagging and teeth chattering in Washington as we begin a new calendar year — and the cause will be neither cold nor snow."
Fishersville Mike:
"Best of the year - Sarah Palin... In 2010, it's been Sarah Palin's world. In 2011, the question will be - does she run for President? And if she does, is it a demotion from her current influence?"
Hayley Tsukayama at WaPo's Post Tech blog:
"On Tuesday, Facebook asked users to weigh in on which members of Congress, politicians and government agencies best used the social network to reach constituents. The results are in and Republicans Sarah Palin, Paul Ryan, John Thune, Scott Brown and Marco Rubio all made the list of top politicians on Facebook. All were named for their regular but unobtrusive use of their Facebook pages."
Ian Lazaran at Conservatives4 Palin:
"Governor Palin’s second book, America By Heart, is up five spots from the previous week on USA Today’s best-seller list among all books."
Andrea Tantaros at the NY Daily News:
"After about 365 days of ups and downs, here's who came out on top... Winners... Sarah Palin: When it comes to making money and kings, she's mastered the art of both. Many of her candidates (though, admittedly, not all) prevailed in the 2010 midterms: for example, Sen.-elect Kelly Ayotte (R-NH). Her fundraising ability packs a punch, and nobody can drive a media cycle better (next to President Obama) or more thoroughly drive our media crazy. Oh, and as her reality show proved, she knows what to do with a caribou."
- JP

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