Wednesday, April 20, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention, Part 257

"Let your soul and spirit fly" Edition

Alaphiah at Creating Orwellian World-view by Machiavellianism:
"Sarah Palin is the voice of America. She is the mother, the daughter and the wife of good and reason. If the feminine spirit and energies were put on earth to guide and protect humankind, that spirit and energy are embodied in Governor Palin... I don’t know if Sarah Palin is the answer but I am convinced that she is a part of the solution... What Sarah Palin is saying has always been and is now what is right for America. The principles that she espouses are the ones that made this country great. John Boehner would do well in heeding Ms. Palin’s advice. When at the negotiation table or when representing Conservatives and Conservative values, learn to fight like a girl! Crying is optional."
Donald Douglas at American Power:
"Well, it turns out Sarah Palin launched a new website yesterday, which stoked speculation that she's going to formally announce her candidacy. I hope so. She'll fire up the GOP. Game on."
Ann Kane at American Thinker Blog:
"Compromise after compromise, the Capitol Hill Republicans just don't seem to get it; instead Palin is speaking for millions across this country. There's no doubt Palin's been biding her time while watching a parade of GOP possible candidates come and go. She's throwing her hat into the ring and at the same time tells the GOP the Tea Party will "have its back" if it listens to conservative Americans... What better place than Madison, Wisconsin for Palin to use fightin' words to make her move toward 2012?"
Lori Calabrese at
"On Saturday, did the U.S. witness a potential 2012 candidate deliver one of her first stump speeches or did the U.S. witness a dedicated patriot energizing her base and Tea Party Americans? Perhaps both."
Confidential Reporter at China Confidential:
"On the second night of Passover, which commemorates the story of the Exodus, Sarah Palin, who recently visited Israel, was interviewed--live--by Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel. Palin was persuasive and articulate. And she wore a large, beautiful Star of David around her neck. God bless this Woman of Valor! Sarah Palin ... a great American and a true friend of Israel and the Jewish people."
Carl in Jerusalem at Israel Matzav:
"The LA Times tried to help Obama save face by saying that his Passover message was 'similar' to Sarah Palin's Passover message posted on her Facebook page. Far from it."
Jack Kelly at Jewish World Review:
"The contrast between the speeches they gave last week suggests that when the 2012 presidential campaign begins in earnest, the news media will have difficulty maintaining the story lines they've been pushing about President Barack Obama and Sarah Palin... Ms. Palin scores low in polls today, chiefly because of how thoroughly the news media have maligned her. But the Sarah Palin on display in Madison was nothing like the media caricature. As more Americans see that Sarah, her numbers will change. Barack Obama also is nothing like the news media's description of him. As Americans see more of the detached, petulant, clueless and spiteful little man on display at George Washington University, his numbers will change, too."
Stacy Drake at US for Palin:
"The notion that Governor Palin is a 'corporate puppet' is downright absurd, especially to those who are familiar with her actual record."
Rush Limbaugh:
"They haven't shut up Sarah Palin... She's taking it to [Obama]. What is so hard about this? 'Yeah, Rush, well, you hear what they say about her?' Yeah, and she just keeps talking, doesn't she? 'Yeah, but Rush, but Rush, but they destroyed her.' Doesn't bother her. She keeps talking. I mean I would submit they haven't destroyed her. She's still talking, still drawing a crowd. Still gets airtime. They haven't destroyed her. She kept going, 2012 election begins in Wisconsin, she says."
Jay Newton-Small at TIME's Swampland blog:
"The conventional wisdom inside the Beltway is that Sarah Palin’s relatively low profile means she’s peaked, she’s over, she’s not running for President. I’m not so sure. In fact, I think all signs point to Palin laying the tracks for a run."
Eric Odom at Planes, Trains and Politics:
"Palin Power… If Sarah Palin gets in she wins... In 2012 I believe most primary voters are going to be looking for excitement, momentum and something completely different. There is a smaller crowd of voters who will stick with the comfortable establishment picks, but as we saw in Delaware and Nevada last year, that crowd isn’t outvoting the tea party movement. And that’s why I believe that f Sarah Palin gets in… she wins the primary."
M. Joseph Sheppard at A Point of View:
"The only possible positive thing to come out of the most disgusting, depraved attack on an innocent child by a so called 'progressive' site 'Wonkette' is that the rotten core of liberalism is exposed to the light of day."
Dana Loesch at Big Journalism:
"Wonkette Makes Fun of Trig Palin, Calls Him 'Retarded' ... Calling him the 'greatest prop in history,' Wonkette proceeds to make fun of the little boy on his birthday because that’s what good writers who know about politics do... They consider this satirical? This entire thing sounds like it was written by some guy, in this case, Jack Stuef who got tired of being bullied on the playground and, seeing his once chance to sound cool and impress people, decides to bully a child. You picked on a kid, dude. Yay for you... This is what happens when a little-known blogger who edits the literary equivalent of the bathroom wall in Walmart isn’t clever enough to either write satire or convey why he doesn’t like the Palins. And this is considered acceptable by progressives."
ZIP at Weasel Zippers:
"Gutter dwellers."
R. Cort Kirkwood at New American:
"At a Tea Party rally in Madison, Wis., on Saturday, the crackpot left descended into madness again, booing the speakers and the national anthem and hurling 'F-bombs' and other foul language at a 14-year-old girl who spoke at the rally. The victims of the leftist attack were Sarah Palin... Andrew Breitbart and homeschooler Tricia Willoughby... apparently a regular at Tea Party gatherings. Being home-schooled, young Willoughby is Public Enemy #1 for the school-union fanatics who oppose the spending cuts and pension revisions proposed by Gov. Scott Walker... In its glowing report of the rally, the leftist Progressive ignored the vile hatred toward, and verbal abuse of, a 14-year-old girl coming from its ideological confreres, much as the left ignored mass murder in the Soviet Union during the heyday of progressivism's hideous cousin, communism."
- JP

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