Sunday, June 19, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 313

"Light Of Day" Edition

Andrew Breitbart, introducing “The Undefeated” at Right Online:
“I am nothing compared to Sarah Palin. I have been through nothing compared to what Sarah Palin has been through. She is strong and she can light up everything. She can go to a town of 25,000 people and get 50,000 to show up... She took on the corrupt Alaska Republican Party and seemingly every Democrat in Alaska was behind her. Today the mainstream media won’t report it. They don’t discuss her past and how courageous and popular she was and is. They just kick her in the rib cage... This film will hit the media like a nuclear bomb because it is the truth.”
Stacy McCain, at The Other McCain:
“Trust me, this is going to be a must-see blockbuster, a film that will change the way you think about Palin.”
Rob Port, at
“Last night The Undefeated got a screening at RightOnline... I had expected, frankly, Palin propaganda... What I got was a thorough, eye-opening (even for a Palin supporter) run-down of why Palin is everything the media says she isn’t. After years of Sarah Palin on the national stage, after books and bus tours and interviews, I thought I knew everything there was to know about her. I was wrong... I wonder how many of the people who suggest that Palin is a policy light-weight, who suggest that she’s some clueless naif awash in a sea of people smarter than she is, know anything at all about what she accomplished in Alaska. If they don’t, then shame on them for not availing themselves of the facts before criticizing. If they do, then shame on them for lying.”
Bill O'Reilly, at
“The Palin e-mail exposition is the best example of a political witch-hunt that I have ever seen.”
Ann Althouse:
“Let's credit Sarah Palin for phenomenal, hilarious restraint. She knew there was nothing that would hurt her in there. She resisted the disclosure for legitimate privacy reasons, but she had to also know that the revelation of nothingness would backfire on her disgustingly salivating opponents. Her designation of them as ‘lamestream media’ is vividly vindicated. And, because there was nothing, the invasion of her privacy looks especially unkind. Finally, she knew that the most interesting thing in the big box was the full text of the letter from God. She'd edited it down for publication in her memoir ‘Going Rogue.’ It might have seemed maudlin to reprint the whole thing at that point. But now we get the entire missive, and we're stunned and weeping. Oh, Sarah! The idiot is a genius! ”
Stray Yellar Dawg?, at Stray Dogs That Amble In:
“Gasp! Sarah Palin Faked God's Autograph! CNN wants you to know... Never mind the death threats, tho. Not important.”
Barry Secrest, at Conservative Refocus (click on top entry on Google search page):
“As with all things truly Liberal, sometimes a catalyst is needed in order to smoke the Leftistly wayward out in full, and who better to do that than the lovely and talented Sarah Palin. When Palin embarked on her "One Nation" tour, not even we Conservatives could ever have dreamed of the angst it would cause the Axis Press and their Liberal Acolytes, the Mainstream Columnists. And at the forefront of this plague of left-wing blow-hards was none other than the ever-so-cunning Dana Milbank... Ah! There he is now, he appears to be saying something and gesticulating madly...what's that? Oh, a Tour De Farce? Who? Oh, Sarah Palin got you down again, Dana? Well, you think you're angry now, Milbank, just wait until she's President. Talk about payback.”
Jessee Ring, at The Ring of Truth:
“The effect that Sarah Palin continues to have on liberals and the media elites is astonishing... They are moths drawn to light... Either the liberal media is deranged when it comes to Sarah Palin, or they discern something in her that they see as a serious threat to their anointed candidates.”
Steve Macoy, at The Republican-American's Worth Reading blog:
“Newspaper writers with master’s and even doctoral degrees may not write much above sixth-grade levels, not because that’s the best they can do, but because they’re trained to write in a manner most readers will understand, yet avoid writing beneath their readership. That may explain why Palin, a college graduate, emails at an eighth-grade level. And don’t forget, nobody writes emails with the same level of care and attention to detail one might apply to a letter of application or item intended for publication in a scholarly journal. Now that Palin has passed the Flesch-Kincaid test, perhaps the media will at long last leave her alone, at least until she throws her hat in the presidential ring. And then, perhaps they’ll focus on her policy prescriptions rather than her quirks. Dream on.”
Thor27, at Got you covered in NW Houston, Tx:
“Sarah Palin, who the radical left hates, isn’t going to sell you a bill of goods and sell you out; she is going to clean up the mess these sycophants deny even exists.”
The Editors, of Investor's Business Daily:
“No wonder last week's frenzy over Sarah Palin's old emails went as fast as it came. Not only did it turn out to be the nonstory of the year. It gave objective journalism one of its biggest black eyes yet. We don't remember anything quite like it... the New York Times was beside itself. Along with other news organizations, the Times dispatched reporters to Juneau, the state capital, to begin scanning the files as soon as they were available. But it went a step further, asking readers to help with its ‘investigation.’ ... It even has a name: ‘crowdsourcing.’ We'd call it torch-and-pitchfork reporting, evoking the posses that mustered to hunt down the monster in those old Frankenstein movies. Only the monster in this case was a woman the media just won't leave alone because she just won't play their game. Alas, the monster got away this time. Those emails weren't as ‘juicy’ as the Times had hoped, and the brightest nuggets in the ‘goldmine’ showed Palin in a positive light.”
Roderic Deane:
“I don't know about you, but my sense is that Sarah Palin is chomping at the bit to get into the fray for the Republican nomination.”
Jim Geraghty, at NRO's The Campaign Spot:
“Ordinarily, I’m among those who contend that there’s no need for presidential campaigns to turn into two-year marathons, and that media impatience is not a good reason for a candidate to jump in so long before anyone casts any actual votes. But the traditional starting gun of presidential cycles is the Ames Straw poll held in August. The 2012 cycle didn’t see the epically early launches of the 2008 cycle, but the ranks of the unaffiliated staffers and volunteers grows thinner week by week. The race is starting to take shape and other figures like Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann are starting to get longer, more serious looks from grassroots Republicans. Palin’s high name ID and likely fundraising prowess indicates she can operate on her own timetable, but one wonders just how late she could announce before the Iowa caucuses February 6.”
Fishersville Mike:
“Some think the decision will be based on getting in before all the volunteers and potential staffers are committed. Nah. If Palin goes in, enough volunteers and staffers will drop their current choices. It will happen so fast, you'd think they were Newt's senior staff.”
Rev. Michael Bresciani, at Renew America:
“Everything that McCain did not possess to beat Obama in 2008, is only a re-issue in Romney but the GOP is bent on naming him as their front runner, regardless... Romney has flipped on abortion, gay rights, gun control, campaign finance, the religious right, immigration reform, taxes, health care and Roe v. Wade. In these times of uncertainty can we afford such wavering in a leader? Can we believe that much wavering in a leader? ... Sarah Palin has a chance to beat Obama, but that doesn’t mean all our troubles will go away if she is elected. In fact, the economy will continue to turn down but we would have a strong leader to walk us through the hard times... You will vote for your best candidate, and that is what America is all about, but for the moment Sarah Palin may be the only candidate that has a chance to uproot the incumbent.”
Exit Quote - Ephesians 5:11-13 in the New Testament:
“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them. For it is shameful even to speak of those things which are done by them in secret. But all things that are exposed are made manifest by the light, for whatever makes manifest is light.”

h/t: Palin Promotions

- JP

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