Saturday, June 25, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 318

“Suffer the Little Children” Edition

Henry D'Andrea, at Politicons:
“First Lady Michelle Obama: ‘Fortunately we have help from the media. I have to say this: I’m very grateful for the support and kindness that we’ve gotten. People have respected their privacy and in that way, I think, you know, no matter what people may feel about my husband’s policies or what have you, they care about children and that’s been good to see.’ Really? The media absolutely hates Sarah Palin and they attack her children more viciously than anyone (Besides Sarah). For example: Katie Couric attacked her children, Wonkette made fun of her down syndrome child Trig, or even when they attacked her 10 year old daughter Piper. To say that the media loves children is a compete [overstatement]. You should have said, the media loves my children.”
John Hawkins , at Right Wing News:
“The Left is so obsessed with Sarah Palin that crazy libs are even sending me Palin-themed hate mail.”
Anne, at BackyardConservative:
“At least in Alaska if you shoot something trying to kill you, you can feed your family with it. Just what we need, another Dem demagogue in Chicago... So Sarah Palin is responsible for Chicago's crime. And it's all down to racism. Nothing illustrates more the rank stupidity and killer political correctness of this city, run into the ground by Dems for generations. We're at 1920 population levels and our new police chief wants to drive more of us out of town with his ignorant, inflammatory remarks.. But it's all Sarah Palin's fault--Sarah Palin, who gets death threats every day-- it's Sarah's fault someone... wants to be able to carry a gun.”
Darleen Click, at Protein Wisdom:
“Slavery, Jim Crow and Sarah Palin responsible for murdered children in New Jersey… or something... Did anyone get Garry McCarthy to pee in a cup before they hired him?”
Tim Graham, at NewsBusters:
“One might expect the reader’s advocate at a major newspaper to have some respect for the readers. Washington Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton thinks anyone who complains about ‘crowdsourcing’ Sarah Palin’s e-mails is ridiculous... It somehow did not occur to Pexton that being in a news scrum with a radical magazine like Mother Jones might make you look like a tie-dyed leftist. Pexton might have started by responding to the Saturday letter to the editor... that strongly made the conservative point: it wasn’t just the method of soliciting uncredentialed volunteers, it was the target. Proclaiming they were in too much of a hurry to get at Sarah Palin’s record at an opportune moment – at the same time that she's flirting with a run for president – displays political judgment. That appearance of bias is certainly anything but balderdash. It’s an image problem for the Post – unless they’re comfortable looking like liberal hacks.”
Hoosierman, at Tea Party at Perrysburg:
“What ever happened to the idea that of not printing anything unless it was known to be true? Is Sarah Palin to blame for the errors the MSM makes about her?”
“Let’s see if I’ve got this straight. Sarah Palin is often criticized for being a publicity hound and calling attention to herself. But when she doesn’t do something, or stops doing something, that’s big news, too. So when observers perceived that her bus tour had stopped hurtling forward, it was news. Just like when she quit the governnorship, right? Except that this time she went back to Alaska because—are you ready?—she was called up for jury duty.”
O.Kay Henderson, news director of Radio Iowa:
“I had a conversation this afternoon with Stephen Bannon, the writer and director of ‘The Undefeated’ — a documentary about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.”
Jim Hoft, at Gateway Pundit:
“Producer, director and writer Stephen Bannon discussed his latest documentary on Sarah Palin ‘The Undefeated’ with me this week. Stephen told me he did not make this movie for the ‘Palinistas’ but rather for the Americans who formed their opinion of Sarah Palin through state-run media outlets and Saturday Night Live skits... This was a great interview....”
Shushannah Walshe, at The Daily Beast:
“Sarah Palin is ready for her close-up.”
“Maybe the creative edge will come from the far outer reaches of the Internet: the idea or method to break through to the general public. To magically turn liberals into conservatives in order to save Western Civilization before it’s too late. Why not me!? It’s not impossible. Former lefties like Tammy Bruce, Andrew Breitbart, and Word-Drum, know the enemy from the inside, and have turned around and dissected the left, leaving them exposed... Readers know I love Sarah Palin. I’ll probably work for her if she gets in the race. Three years ago I supported Mitt Romney (I was part of ‘Blogs For Mitt’). Since he has come out for Global Warming (like Socialized Medicine, the climate-change scam is a ‘gateway drug’ to communism) I cannot support him. By the time we have a nominee, and I’m probably sleeping under my car, the idea will come. You never know.”
Harrison, at Harrison's Home:
“I take the attacks on and insults of Palin personally. I see a woman of honor and integrity in Sarah Palin.”
Scared Monkeys, via Iowans4Palin:
“Once again the commander in chief shows that he has s little regard for the military that Obama cannot even get his facts correct regarding Medal of Honor winner Jared Monti... Monti was killed in action in Afghanistan, on June 21, 2006 and he was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously, September 17, 2009. Imagine a Commander in Chief not remembering who and the circumstances of which you give the Medal of Honor to, as if Obama were passing out Obamacare health care exemptions. Which begs the question, imagine how the MSM would react if Sarah Palin made the same gaffe?”
New Jovian Thunderbolt:
“If Sarah Palin had said this... You'd hear about nothing else for the next 2 months, how stupid Palin is.”
William A. Jacobson, at Legal Insurrection:
“Can any Republican presidential candidate withstand being Palinized? ... The answer is maybe, but only if we are united in defending that person. Republicans did not uniformly defend Palin when she falsely was accused of complicity in the Arizona shooting, and establishment types like David Frum piled on Palin. We see that process of piling on almost daily among Republicans, and Rollins was just the latest and most high profile example. Bachmann, by keeping Rollins on staff, has signaled that she is not ready for the type of unity needed to defend all Republican candidates against Palinization. Ironically, Bachmann is the candidate who needs that unity the most... It is precisely because I think Bachmann has so much to offer that I am at a loss to understand her hiring of Rollins and weak response to his attack on Palin.”
Exit Quote:Matthew 18:8-9, in the New Testament, NAB:
“See that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that their angels in heaven always look upon the face of my heavenly Father.”
- JP

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