Tuesday, April 5, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 248

"Dust in the Wind" Edition

Lona Manning at American Thinker:
"Another one bites the dust... Curious, isn't it, how many of Sarah Palin's MSM critics have undergone significant career setbacks in the past year. The cool people, the smart people, the ones in the know. One after another, heading for the exits. The latest is Katie Couric. Then there was Kathleen Parker. Rick Sanchez was not a fan of women with large families in public life. Keith Olbermann - ‘nuff said. David Shuster. Make that David 'Sarah Palin has no future' Shuster."
Elspeth Reeve at The Atlantic Wire:
"The Media Is Rooting for a Palin-Bachmann Rivalry..."
Headmistress, zookeeper at The Common Room:
"Package sizes are shrinking again, meaning you get less for your money. The NYTimes apparently thinks this is news - citing as an example the way a can of tuna fish has recently shrunk from 6 to 5 ounces - something that happened more than a couple years ago. Sarah Palin already pointed this out, and was foolishly contradicted by political pundits in the MSM as well as blogs. Those of us who buy our groceries already knew it."
Rob Port at SayAnythingBlog.com:
"Sarah Palin Was Right About Inflation..."
Ed Morrissey at Hot Air:
"Shocker: Inflation is back, wages falling behind... What a surprise! Who could have predicted this? Well, Sarah Palin for one, who predicted it last fall and got a round of laughter from the media for her insight. Palin warned that the weakening of the dollar through the Fed’s second round of quantitative easing would create an inflationary pressure that would hit families hardest... Palin and plenty of others have also warned about this in relation to America’s energy policy and the obstruction of domestic production. Energy costs are multipliers in the distribution chain, as prices rise at every stop because of the added costs of transport."
Jedediah Bila via Twitter:
"Energy will be a key issue in 2012 presidential election. Gee, I wonder who could tackle that best? Gosh, that's a tough one."
Pete Formiller Madison.com:
"A recent study by economist Gary Richardson of the University of California-Irvine... found that Alaska gets $1.64 back for every dollar it sends to Washington. It appears that Sarah and her fellow Alaskans are laughing all the way to the bank. Compare these lucky Alaskans to the intellectual aristocrats at Harvard who ridicule Palin's makeshift education. Massachusetts only gets back 82 cents for every dollar it pays. (For you Harvard grads who majored in liberal arts, 82 is exactly half as much as 164.) Now who looks stupid? Not Sarah Palin."
Doug Powers at MichelleMalkin.com:
"In 2008 [Roger] Simon & friends were too busy digging into Sarah Palin’s qualifications to be a heartbeat away from the presidency to worry about sorting through Obama’s qualifications to be president."
"Obama has a strange way of ‘Closing Guantanamo Bay,’ eh, Michael Moore? ... It must drive Michael Moore out of his mind to realize what is about to happen... What’s next Obama? A Koran Burning in the Rose Garden? Anything to gain back the Independent Voters who put you in office and then, influenced by Sarah Palin and the Tea Party, handed you a total 'shellacking' last November at the polls. What is a Socialist Extremist President to do when the chips are down? Why, pander pander pander of course!"
Hollywood Outbreak:
"DVD Releases – April 5TH, 2011... Sarah Palin’s Alaska was a beautiful travelogue of Alaska demonstrated by the outside activities of the former Vice Presidential candidate."
Tina Fey via USA Today:
"Some may argue that exploiting Governor Palin and her family helped bring attention to my low-rated TV show. I am proud to say you are wrong. My TV show still enjoys very low ratings. In fact, I think the Palin stuff may have hurt the TV show. Let's face it, between Alec Baldwin and me there is a certain fifty percent of the population who think we are pinko Commie monsters."
George Rogers Clark at The Patriot Post:
"Who will be our next President? I believe it should be Sarah Palin. I believe it can be Sarah Palin. I believe there is strong support for that result among the grassroots now, and that it will spread to a broader base soon enough."
Tony Katz at Pajamas Media:
"It’s obvious that there are still many in media who are simply frightened by the possibility of a Palin run. Why else would networks go to such great lengths to marginalize their potential candidacy? ... You can not count out Sarah Palin. For whatever you might think of her personally or politically, you must recognize that she takes everything thrown her way and comes out on top. It has been three years of non-stop bashing and verbal beatdowns, and she still maintains a solid, ravenous fan base... Do not count out Sarah Palin. Ever."
Patrick S. Adams at Patricks World USA:
"Sarah Palin may have been caricatured as a dummy that could see Alaska from her house. But they have the real fool who can see socialist Utopia from his penthouse suite in Rio de Janeiro."
Stephen C. Webster at The Raw Story:
"President Barack Obama came to office on a tide of voters eager to see a change in more than just the White House's occupant. Two years into his presidency -- and one day after he launched his 2012 reelection campaign -- and even some of his most ardent supporters are having trouble coming to terms with the answer to Sarah Palin's 2010 question: 'How's that hopey, changey stuff working out?' Polls show that less than half the country believes President Obama deserves reelection, with disaffected liberals now a fast growing demographic."
- JP

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