Friday, January 28, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 203

Special "WTF" Edition

Ed Morrissey at Hot Air:
"Specifically, Palin’s comment refers to Obama’s contention that we have to 'make sure we aren’t buried under a mountain of debt.' Hello? We already are buried under $14 trillion in debt, almost equal to our entire gross national product — a place where we were heading anyway under Presidents and Congresses of both parties, but accelerated substantially in the last four years under Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Obama as both Senator and President. His proposed budget for FY2011 had a projected $1.3 trillion deficit when he submitted it, and now it’s estimated at $1.5 trillion. The W in WTF doesn’t just mean 'what' but also 'where,' as in where has Obama been for the last four years?"
Patty at A Tangled Web:
"Sarah Palin spoke for many when she commented on President Obama’s recent State of the Union speech with a pithy, 'WTF?'"
pghpuma at Free US Now:
"Kudos to Governor Palin, who had the absolute K’s to actually – with the straightest face – assert that there were 'a lot of WTF moments' in the SOTU speech. I love the plateau to which this woman has arrived in the tempering storm of media/liberal assault on her very right to exist!"
Jennifer at Cubachi:
"Palin said it best. Obama leaves everyone asking, WTF?"
Chris Wysocki at WyBlog:
"Barry's re-election theme, announced during his State of the Union campaign kickoff rally, is 'Winning The Future.' Or, WTF. Sarah Palin drove a stake into the heart of that gem on Greta last night... And nothing exposes Obama's mendacity quite like Sarah Palin's little play on acronyms. Which is why the usual liberal defenders of Dear Leader's domestic depredations are apoplectic... WTF indeed."
Yael at Boker tov, Boulder!:
"Whether she runs for president or not, Sarah Palin is a breath of fresh air, courageous, honest and direct."
Mike at Axis of Right:
"Too many Republicans are afraid of what the media will say if they are too critical of the left. No one has more reason to be afraid than Palin, who has faced the most coordinated propaganda smear campaign in modern times. Yet she still refuses to back down. Her numbers are down right now, but if she runs, she will have the money and organization necessary to get her message out unfiltered. If she does, those numbers will improve."
Wild Thing at PC Free Zone:
"Sarah was on fire [Tuesday] night... She is goading the WH and the press on purpose -- love it!"
Clifton B at Another Black Conservative:
"Sarah Palin must have read several million minds [Tuesday] night with that line... The second Sarah Palin makes a comment like this one next month, the left will abandon their Palin embargo and go right back to spewing their bile all over the place. Oh well, at least they were smart enough to pick the shortest month out of the year to attempt their hopeless endeavor."
Crawdad at The Crawdad Hole:
"Way To Fail... Consider the SOTU message train officially off the rails... I blame Sarah Palin."
The Editors of The Washington Times:
"President Obama seems to have cribbed his new campaign theme from Newt Gingrich, or maybe Saddam Hussein... Winning the future – or as Sarah Palin quickly abbreviated it, WTF – has been used in American political rhetoric dating back to the 19th century and was particularly common during and shortly after World War II."
Timothy Donovan at TCUnation:
"That was one great WTF moment hearing Sarah Palin say that Obummer's speech had a lot of WTF moments."
Taylor Marsh:
"Sarah Palin wasn’t the only one who thought 'winning the future' was ridiculous, though she is the only one who short-handed it to 'WTF.' Twitter exploded on Tuesday night with sarcastic references to 'winning the future,' because it was so ridiculously crafted. Palin’s pals have come up with a graphic that’s now bouncing around, using Obama’s signature symbol."
Kevin Dujan at Hillbuzz:
"Reason #5,678,934 why this woman is incredible... Could you ever imagine... Mittens Romney speaking as plainly and telling the truth like Governor Palin?"
"At some point in the near future, Sarah Palin will be accused of causing global warming because she exhales CO2 with every breath. It's no more absurd than the current Palin controversy du jour: Palin on Obama's ‘Winning the Future’: WTF Is a ‘Spot On’ Abbreviation. How absurd is it? This much: MSNBC’s Matthews Slams Palin for ‘WTF’; Gave Grayson a Pass with ‘STFU’"
- JP

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