Monday, January 31, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 206

"You can't please everyone" Edition

Steve Peoples at Roll Call:
"The top elected official in New Hampshire’s largest city, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas... hasn’t heard a peep from the Palin camp. He advised candidates against intentionally skipping New Hampshire, a move that some think Palin will make if she decides to seek the presidency... At least one person thinks Palin could be an instant contender in New Hampshire, regardless of when she jumps into the race. It’s all about name recognition, according to former Rep. Jeb Bradley, now the state Senate Majority Leader. 'If Gov. Palin decided she was going to run and wanted to invest the resources in New Hampshire, she’d be a credible candidate right away. There’s no question about that,' Bradley told Roll Call last week..."
Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA), via Jim Galloway:
"To Sarah Palin’s credit, you have a national network of very energized fans."
Mark Vogl at Nolan Chart:
"Liberals and Democrats could be in real trouble as women take their place in the conservative movement. Elections could even more greatly shift to the right. MargaretThatcher in England, Reagan's partner, demonstrated just how effective a woman conservative can be in leading a nation. As women manifest the politics of their position, as small business owners, as leaders in church, as victims of government policies intended to keep women in submission, a new wave of voters and leaders will surge into the conservative ranks. Sarah Palin is the harbinger of a new American woman, and with that a renewed conservative America!"
Kevin Dujan at Hillbuzz:
"I think President Reagan would have really liked Governor Palin, on a very personal level."
CJ at An Angry American:
"Tracy Morgan... Classy guy, right? He's an idiot, TNT has apolgized for the fact that he's an idiot and I chalked it up to PDS. But what I don't understand is how a supposed liberal, a warm, tolerant, accepting human being, posting on another blog can actually say the remark was made because Governor Palin dresses 'sexily'. Yup. It's Governor Palin's fault for being beautiful and dressing well. And spoons make Rosie O'Donnell fat..."
"Comedy Gold! Chris Matthews, who derides Palin as stupid, says Panama Canal is in... EGYPT!"
M. Joseph Sheppard at A Point of View, and Whitney Pitcher at C4P:
"It is nonsensical,and yet another aspect of the liberal smear machine, to say that Palin has no policies -- she has clearly set out her economic vision. They do however admit that she has a 'values' standpoint... Unfortunately for them, and their ilk, it is the unbeatable combination of moral values and common sense economics which will sweep away the detritus of the liberal past as 'the plain people whom Lincoln so loved' reassert themselves and their values in 2012 with Palin."
Common Sense:
"Sarah Palin Drives them Crazy - I like that..."
DrJohn at Flopping Aces:
"I have grown to loathe Politico. It is a self-serving group of Journolistas masquerading as real news people. Today Jonathan Allen put out a hit piece hacking at Michele Bachmann. And it employed a typical slimy Politico technique- anonymous derision... Politico has a history of using anonymous sources to damage Republicans, especially those named Sarah Palin... The media has its reputation staked in Sarah Palin being an idiot. Palin is not an idiot. She is very bright. She is witty. She is politically astute. And she is capable. Politico and the rest of the left wing media do not want this to become common knowledge. They are engaged in a cover-up- a cover-up of their own bias, malpractice and incompetence."
Noel Sheppard at NewsBusters:
"Hmmm. 'Targeted Republican incumbents.' I guess it's okay to do this 23 days after Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) was shot, but... inappropriate for Sarah Palin to do virtually the exact same thing months before last year's midterm elections."
Noel Sheppard at NewsBusters:
"As NewsBusters has been reporting, the folks at MSNBC last week - in particular Chris Matthews - spent a great deal of time attacking former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) for comments they erroneously felt disqualified the conservative women from public office. Will this network and its commentators pay as much attention to Sen. Chuck Schumer's (D-NY) remarks on CNN's 'State of the Union' Sunday wherein he claimed the three branches of government are the House, the Senate, and the president... Imagine for a moment Palin or Bachmann saying something this stupid. So-called journalists - especially those on MSNBC! - would have a field day with it."
Rob Port at Say Anything:
"It’s been fascinating to watch the liberals and... media try to marginalize Sarah Palin by casting her as some sort of an idiotic bimbo. Palin has irritated the collective left to the point of distraction. To the point where their claims about her irrelevancy are, well, pretty ironic given the endless coverage they devote to Palin."
Patrick X. Coyle at Human Events:
"It’s ironic that Obama, the leader of the American Left, has called for civility when it is his followers on college campuses that have eagerly denounced, shouted-down, and even assaulted those who dare express different viewpoints from their own. Many conservatives have already written on the Left’s reaction to the shootings and how it blamed Sarah Palin and the Tea Party for somehow encouraging Jared Lee Loughner to launch his murderous rampage. Some were shocked the Left would dare stoop to that level, yet this really shouldn’t surprise anyone. Many of today’s leftist pundits learned their tactics from their college professors and administrators. It is on our campuses where this type of hate, vitriol, and violence regularly occurs against conservatives."
sundancecracker at Honey Trail:
"Assange is Skeered of Palin…. and Biden (?) ... I can understand the idiot being scared of Sarah Palin, who is by all measures the strongest conservative in America right now... But worried about Joe 'Big-Effen Deal' Biden? pffffftt… That ranks right up there with fear of the Tooth Fairy."
Dr. Richard Kelley, Chairman of the Board of Outrigger Hotels and Resorts:
"This week I had a unique opportunity to explore another facet of the global Travel & Tourism industry and, at the same time, get a glimpse of one of today’s most talked-about personalities, Sarah Palin. The occasion was a fundraising banquet of the Weatherby Foundation International, which immediately preceded the annual meeting of Safari Club International (SCI). Both events were held in Reno, Nevada. Both organizations are dedicated to ethical hunting, preservation and wildlife conservation... Sarah Palin was the keynote speaker at the Weatherby event and captivated the audience... Listening, I could personally relate to Gov. Palin’s proposition that outdoors activities are a great means of developing family relationships and instilling values in the next generation because I did something very similar with my own children."
- JP

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