Friday, December 10, 2010

Quote of the Day (December 10, 2010)

Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit:
"Last night on her television special liberal... Barbara Walters dismissed Sarah Palin as 'uninformed', telling the former Republican governor, 'Many people find the thought of you as president a little scary.' She wishes... In the real world, away from Hollywood and DC pundits, Americans are afraid of another two years of record deficits, historic debt, record unemployment, Keynesian spending, illogical foreign policy and TSA agents groping children, nuns and grandmothers. Americans saw Obama triple the national deficit in one year on a failed stimulus plan. That’s what scares Americans, Barbara."
Addendum: Via TheRightScoop, according to Mark Levin, ABC edited out the part of Sarah Palin's answer where she said she read his book Liberty and Tyranny.

- JP

1 comment:

  1. Please, people. Walters meant to say that Sarah was "uninFOAMED".


    Liberals care a lot about foam, especially as said foam gathers 'round their withered, vampiristic lips.

    I am actually (me!) stunned to say it, but I long for the lib career-destroying power of McCarthyism. Barbara (and her considerable ilk) would be wearing polyester uniforms & selling ticket-stubs (or perhaps popcorn) at IMAX theaters, in my private apocalypse.

    "If you would wike some dwinks and some wed vines, get in the wine to your weft. By the way, I only do this so I can one day affoad wipe-o-suction and ungodwy pwastic surgewy pwocedures to pwolong my widiculous pwetense of youff, and pwetend I am infoamed when I am about as bwight as a vewy small fwashwight bulb." (Babs Walters?)