Sunday, January 30, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 205

"Sarah Smiles" Edition

Wayde at Conservative Galaxy:
"We interrupt the fake media’s call for civility in order to lambaste Jonathan Freedland of the who authored a seriously silly piece pertaining to Barack Obama’s Tuscon speech, coupled with pitching some gratuitous cheap shots against Sarah Palin... Johnathan, are you really that stupid to think that somebody falsely accused of being an accessory to murder should just let that stand? Palin drives the left bonkers because she nails their hypocrisy and non-stop lying deftly and with poise. The more they pile on with vicious rumors and vitriolic rhetoric that include targeting her family, the more 'Sarah smiles', then fires back salvos of truth and sanity that unmasks them."
Stacy McCain at The Other McCain:
"Nothing says 'academic freedom' like kowtowing to a few hundred students who signed up for an anti-Palin Facebook page..."
Jimmy 'Rent Is Too Damn High' McMillan via AOL News:
"Haters -- those who don't like Sarah Palin. That's what they are. Sarah Palin: I love you because America gives you the constitutional right to do whatever you want to do as a woman. And people don't think you can do because you're a woman. They try to make a mockery out of you. But you stand up for your rights and stand strong for your rights. And don't let anyone try to cut you down. Not only are they talking about Sarah Palin. They're talking about me."
Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit:
"Why They’d Rather Talk About Sarah Palin (Cont’d): IMF to US: Better Start Taking Care Of Business."
Yonoson Rosenblum at Mishpacha:
"The treatment of Palin by American Jews and Jewish groups is indefensible and demonstrates their own lack of concern for Jewish interests. Palin has consistently been one of the most ardent defenders of Israel, and she wields a great deal of influence over millions of American Christians who share her views. Given the alacrity of the Jewish attacks on her, who could blame her if she were to ask: What kind of people consistently pay back good with bad and show such little gratitude for those who mean them only good?"
Big Sky Blog:
"How rude of Gilbert & Sullivan to fail to include any references to beheading Sarah Palin, leaving it up to the clever folks in Missoula instead!"
Kathy Shaidle at Five Feet of Fury:
"Children’s production of ‘The Mikado’ calls for beheading of Sarah Palin... This doesn’t surprise you, does it? I was at a house party last year, where a spindly 'male' academic in trendy eyewear opined, apropos of nothing, that Sarah Palin should be 'buried.' You know, like they do with women in Afghanistan before they stone them?"
James Taranto at WSJ's Best of the Web Today:
"Perhaps Olds made a clerical error and one of Andrew Sullivan's works got into the Arthur Sullivan file."
Anthony Martin at
"No doubt the minions of the Leftwing will justify the scene on the basis of it being 'art' and 'fiction,' just as they did when Hollywood produced a movie about the assassination of George W. Bush, who was a sitting President at the time of the film's release. However, what if the subject of the play had been, say, the beheading of Barack Obama? Or the rape of Michelle Obama? ... The Left, the mainstream media, the talking head pundits on TV, and Democrats in Congress would be calling for endless investigations into to whether or not the producers of such horrid depictions were co-conspirators in a homegrown terrorist plot. Yet so far, no one from the Left has yet to decry the film depicting the assassination of George W. Bush, nor has there been one bit of outrage from the Leftwing concerning the despicable and highly suspicious addition to an innocent play which subjected children to a call for Sarah Palin's beheading. Civility?"
Mark Whittington at Yahoo!'s Associated Content:
"What is next? A production of 'Macbeth' in which Lady Macbeth wears glasses, has a familiar hair style, and says, 'You betcha?'"
Suzanne Fields at The Washington Times:
"When Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann got together during the midterm election campaigns, they were dismissed by certain politicians and pundits as 'Thelma and Louise,' as real-life stand-ins for the two innocent housewives whose bucolic romp across America became a killing spree... Not so long ago, Hillary Rodham Clinton was the Lady MacBeth of the nightmares of men who were afraid she was on her way back to the White House... Although Mrs. Clinton was attacked as 'uppity,' having climbed to power as a 'wife of,' such accusations are mild by the new standards. More tempting female targets have replaced her. Mrs. Palin‘s conservative philosophy is as legitimately criticized as Mrs. Clinton‘s liberal agenda once was. Her critics nevertheless attack by innuendo, taking aim (pardon the expression) with appeals to anachronistic female stereotypes."
Violet Socks at Reclusive Leftist:
"Ms. Magazine refers to Palin as 'Caribou Barbie'... The magazine that used to be the voice of feminism is now apparently the voice of selective sexism."
Maria S at Dodo Can Spell:
"Looking at what's happening in Egypt, Alan Caruba has that feeling of déjà vu. The implications if Egypt goes the way of Iran spells one of the greatest disasters for the entire world. '...The fate of the Suez Canal is the biggest geopolitical concern at this point. A lot of oil transits through it in much the same way it does through the Strait of Harmuz. Years of growing dependency on Middle East oil while our own vast reserves were locked up and neglected will demonstrate why the policies of several administrations have been not just short-sighted, but incredibly stupid...' Can we already say Sarah Palin was right when she insisted that the USA should keep drilling for oil in its own land and not depend on the Middle East? And yet people seem to think she does not have what it takes to be Madame President. Hmmmmmmmmmmm..."
Mark Goldblatt at NRO's The Corner:
"Just wondering who’s going to be the first New York Times columnist or MSNBC commentator to blame the chaos in Egypt on Sarah Palin."
Ray Thomas at The Bull Cutter:
"Joan rivers apparently didn’t get the memo from the 'elite rulers' to 'moderate her tone' and use non-incendiary words. She’s still calling Sarah Palin a 'Nazi,' showing her complete ignorance about just what 'Nazi' means, and calling Sarah’s daughter Bristol, 'stupid.' There will be no change in how liberals and Democrats (a repetitious phrase, that) talk, and what they say. Mostly because the call for 'moderation of tone' is to 'shut up' conservatives and other non-liberals."
- JP

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