Monday, March 28, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 243

"Minute by Minute" Edition

Tommy at The Right Sphere:
"I can’t say that I am shocked, but I though it might take more than a few minutes for the left to use the sad passing of former U.S. Representative and 1984 Democrat Vice-Presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro to play politics. But, it turns out I was wrong... I will never get why the 'tolerant left' needs to use almost every event imaginable to bash Sarah Palin. Not only is it tacky and crass to use the death of an honorable public servant like Gerry Ferraro as a club to bash Sarah Palin with; it just shows that the only tolerance the left really has is for those they agree with. You know, for someone that they consistently try to portray as... woefully unqualified to be president, they sure do spend an awful lot of time talking about her. I wonder why that is?"
Weasel Meister at Weasel Zippers:
"Pure Class: Sarah Palin extols Geraldine Ferraro’s accomplishments... High road all the way."
Clyde Middleton at Liberty Pundits:
"I can’t leave this topic without commenting on the National Organization of Women and all the similar entities that purport to further women’s equality. When they supported Bill Clinton in the 'Hide the cigar... ' days, pimped Geraldine Ferraro as the incarnate Virgin Mary, and dissed Sarah Palin as 'well, sure, a woman, but not that one' they lost all credibility. Planned Parenthood’s mantra of 'choice' is thin gruel when the definition of 'endangering a woman’s life' includes worrying over money because of another mouth to feed. We have no 'equality' movement in the United States, just a collective of carnival freaks that pimp a narrow political ideology."
Vain at The Sarah Palin Revolution:
"I think Bill Maher has encountered Sarah Palin's 'No Mosquito Zone'"
Joe Newby at
"Sarah Palin compared Bill Maher to 'an annoying little mosquito found zipped up in your tent' and encouraged conservatives to not get distracted by the petty, vulgar attacks of liberals like Maher. The problem with mosquitos, however, is that many carry diseases like encephalitis, dengue fever, and malaria. In Maher's case, the diseases are ignorance, hate, and radical liberalism."
R.G. Yoho at
"Bill Maher hates Sarah Palin because she bravely stands for all of the things he despises - faith, family, moral values, love of country and personal responsibility."
DCE at Weekend Pundit:
"It never ceases to amaze me, the level of vitriol leveled towards Palin or at her family. It shows how far manners and adherence to the unwritten rules of politics have fallen among the Left. This may end up coming back to bite them in the a**, as it should. During the 2008 presidential campaign, both the Democrats and their bought-and-paid-for media went after Sarah's family, a long standing taboo. Candidates were always considered fair game. Their families were not. The Dems crossed that line and now they may never be able to step back across it. Even now they continue to hammer her and her family as if they are deathly afraid of her. Maybe it's because they are."
Lee Stranahan at Big Journalism:
"Breitbart’s statement about Palin as... kingmaker was not, as [TPM] claims, a response to polls, but something that Breitbart has been saying for at least 70 weeks. As in, well over a year."
John Nolte at Big Hollywood:
"The former Governor of Alaska has star power to burn, savvy to spare, is as tough as a hickory knot, and yet while were told again and again by The Sophisticated Class that she’s dumb as a post, somehow she also happens to be right about almost everything... I’ve never seen anyone put through such a cruel, mean-spirited, public meat grinder where their family, womb, faith, gender, dialect, looks and culture are all fair game for the worst kinds of smears. And because she has survived this unprecedented evil with such grace and dignity – Sarah Palin is my hero. And of course I want her to be president... But it’s just a fact that the price of a President Sarah Palin is a hole in the crucial pop culture war that only she can fill. And only a wicked, journOlisting MSM would attempt to spin into a negative a man publicly declaring that he would like to see this one person lead the charge in a battle that has defined his life more than any other."
Designated Conservative:
"We need a President like Sarah Palin."
Doug Ross at Director Blue:
"After an exceptional track record as a local official, mayor, and then governor, Palin was tarred as 'inexperienced' and 'stupid', though her resume far surpassed that of the Democrat presidential candidate. Post-election, a series of 18 frivolous lawsuits, most launched by Democrat political operatives, threatened to bankrupt her and her family. She resigned the governorship and began raising money for Tea Party-backed conservative candidates in 2010, arguably becoming the primary rainmaker in the historic GOP landslide. Palin's charismatic appeal, plain-spoken American values and love of country make her a favorite for conservatives and a huge target for Democrats and legacy media, who appear terrified by her amazing popularity."
Jacob Sanders at 208 Weeks:
"Public Policy Polling collected Palin's approval/disapproval ratings in 27 states, and I have created a map version..."
Paul Bedard at Washington Whispers:
"The poll was also good news for Palin... Not only did she best Christie as the candidate who likely GOP voters see representing their views, 17 percent to 14 percent, but she was second to him for who voters would pick today to run against Obama in the general election. And when Zogby removed Christie from the presidential preference poll, she topped the nine others in the field, winning 14 percent of the support."
Nikki Schwab and Katy Adams at the Washington Examiner:
"Palin picking pro-life group over 'nerd prom'..."
Benyamin Korn at
"The good news is that both the RJC and the good folks at SarahPac are on the same page. Long-time RJC director Matt Brooks was pro-active in contacting SarahPac to assure Gov. Palin’s team that Frum’s trouble-making was in no way at the behest of RJC leadership. At the same time, Mr. Brooks included an item in the RJC’s national newsletter praising as 'entirely accurate' Gov. Palin’s 'harsh criticism' of President Obama’s latest lame statement on Israel – this time in response to Wednesday’s terror-bombing at Jerusalem’s central bus station. "
- JP

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