Sunday, May 15, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 273

"Real Men 4 Palin 2012" Edition
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Gabriella Hoffman, at Landmark Report:
“The latest perpetrator against the male sex is one of its own, albeit inept, members... Levi Johnston recently unveiled the cover of his book, Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin’s Crosshairs... This tell-all tripe details how the opportunist was ‘exploited’ by the Palin family... The cover epitomizes the danger with effeminacy in males today. Men have become weak, incompetent beings that beckon no respect from society. For one thing, Johnston looks like a goose-stepping fool caught in a criminal act. It [is] evidences that boys are willing to degrade themselves for attention in lieu of upholding manliness... Our nation cannot afford to have guys like Mr. Johnston making important decisions. He is an example of what the Obama Administration wants in young adult males: feckless wimps unable to function properly. In order to prevent more Levi Johnston’s from emerging, parents need to raise their boys right, teach them practical skills, and be pivotal figures in their lives.”
Stacy McCain, at The Other McCain:
“Notice that Levi’s victimhood pose is the entire selling point of his book.”
Playwright David Mamet, via Andrew Ferguson at the Weekly Standard:
“Trotter says the herd instinct in an animal is stronger even than the preservation of life. So I was watching the [2008] debates. My liberal friends would spit at the mention of Sarah Palin’s name. Or they would literally mime the act of vomiting. We’re watching the debates and one of my friends pretends to vomit and says, ‘I have to leave the room.’ I thought, oh my god, this is Trotter! This is the reaction of the herd instinct. When a sheep discovers a wolf in the fold, it vomits to ward off the attacker. It’s a sign that their position in the herd is threatened.”
Naked Emperor News, via The Blaze:
“Chris Matthews Accuses Right Wing & Sarah Palin of Enjoying and Wanting More War Because They Called for Release of Bin Laden Photos...”
drillanwr, at Babalú Blog:
“Just a week ago Obama claimed drilling wasn't any sort of solution to the nation's high gas prices... So now he's presenting increasing domestic oil production here as some incredible new idea that he suddenly came to all on his own. (It's sorta kinda like killing Osama Bin Laden after using all the black-op tactics and CIA intel practices he kept in place from George W. Bush, but slammed and condemned since running for office in 2008.) Never mind just about EVERYONE with two working brain cells to rub together have been screaming for years, especially this last year since BP, to DRILL! BABY, DRILL!!! I can't wait to hear Sarah Palin's reaction to his brilliance this morning. You remember Sarah Palin? That evil ignorant, stupid, clueless broad?”
Keith Burgess-Jackson:
“Sarah Palin... [has] been right about a great many things. This is one reason progressives hate her so much.”
Samuel Pennell, at RedState.com:
“For those of you not following it, Barack Obama is all ‘drill baby drill’ these days. I don’t think we’ll actually get him to say the words, but I’ll say it for him. How does loosening restrictions on domestic oil production in America not amount to ‘drill baby drill?’ It seems palatable to the liberals, though, mainly because of the fact that it is coming out of Obama’s mouth. Their rage at the success of oil companies and their denial of the supply and demand function seems to be evaporating. What would be seen as grossly simplified if it were coming out of Sarah Palin’s mouth somehow seems intelligent to liberals when it comes out of Barack Obama’s mouth. I wonder why. Could it be that gas prices are too high, and we are entering Obama’s reelection bid? Nah, the guy is a man of principle. He wants to protect the environment and he is full of Marxist outrage that oil companies could possibly make high profits.”
ZIP, at Weasel Zippers:
“Palin Celebrates Israel’s Independence… True friend of the Jewish state.”
Tony Lee, at Human Events:
“Huckabee's decision shakes up the GOP race... In many polls, though, those who supported Huckabee chose former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as their second choice. Should Palin decide to throw her hat in to the 2012 ring, Huckabee's supporters would most likely give Palin serious consideration.”
Tony Lee, via Twitter:
“If I'm Palin, I'm looking at brackets, seeing the 2,3,4 seeds in her regional and the 1,2 seeds in other knocked out.--str8 path to finals.”
Mike Huckabee, on “Fox News Sunday” via LifeNews.com:
“There are a lot of great candidates — most of them are very dear friends of mine. Rick Santorum for example is a strong social conservative, but is also a strong fiscal and, I think, defense conservative, foreign policy conservative. Tim Pawlenty, is another person; Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, should she decide to get in, and I think people are awaiting her decision, like they were mine.”
James Antle, at the American Spectator's AmSpec Blog:
“Unless Sarah Palin gets in the race... we are currently looking at a GOP presidential field where after Romney, Gingrich, and perhaps Donald Trump, no candidate consistently outpolls Ron Paul.”
Clifton B, at Another Black Conservative:
“I think Huckabee made a wise decision... The base is much more savvy than 2008 and far less forgiving about spotty records. Despite the media's love of early polling, I believe Huckabee would have struggled to match his 2008 performance. People are looking for far more than witty rhetoric and are clamoring for real fighters. Huckabee's ‘soft’ approach simply will not do. Without Huckabee in the race, conservatives can continue to focus their attentions on real conservative candidates like Herman Cain, Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann.”
Doug Ross, at Director Blue:
“The true GOP front-runners are Michelle Bachmann, Herman Cain, Sarah Palin and Rick Santorum. Having Huckabee out of the race is a promising development.”
Mark Whittington, at Yahoo!/Associated Content:
“For a politician whom the pundacracy has written off as irrelevant and certainly incapable of winning [public] office, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin certainly has a lot of ‘tell all’ books being published about her. The common thread in these books is an imperative that the ancient Roman Senator Cato the Elder might have expressed as, ‘Palin, delenda est!’ Palin must be destroyed.”
- JP

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