Tuesday, August 2, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 344

“Voice of Galadriel” Edition

Mark America:
“There has been a sudden wave of attacks by the DC establishment against Sarah Palin and the Tea Party. You know something is afoot when forces of the elites of left and right begin to unite, with Bill O’Reilly, and his recent mini-me, Laura Ingraham, along with all the other usual suspects, aligning with such leftist jackals as Maureen Dowd, who today compares the Tea Party members of Congress to suicide bombers... What the American people should take from all of this isn’t the media narrative that the Tea Party is a pack of wild government-haters, or that Sarah Palin is somehow the ‘queen hobbit,’ but instead that under the current establishment dominating Washington on both sides of the aisle, there is a two party system, but it is not the parties you’d thought. At this point, it isn’t so much Democrats versus Republicans as it is the entire DC beltway establishment versus the rest of us. In the unveiling of this new Axis-of-Evil, what we find is that Democrats and Republicans, along with their respective shills in the media, are suddenly willing to unite in order to defend America as they command it against that greatest of all threats to their vision: Americans.”
Bernie Quigley, at The Hill's Pundit's Blog:
“I guess the ‘little people’ Palin is referring to are those Hobbits. So I guess that should make her Galadriel... And what we see rising here with the hobbits and their Galadriel [is] America’s center awakening to its destiny.”
Michael Moriarty, at Big Hollywood:
“Now I have never doubted either Sarah Palin’s seriousness nor her command of not only America’s traditional values but also her ownership of the political cunning to see those values re-instituted! The know-it-alls underestimated a country boy named Abraham Lincoln. Doris Kearns Goodwin set the record straight with revelations about The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. Sarah Palin had the mainstream press chasing after her for days and were she President of the United States they’d approach her with that memory firmly in their minds. ‘Wouldn’t that be a double-edged sword, Michael?’ Yes, but Sarah’s side of the sword bestows upon her an equal advantage which she never had until the MSM learned how quick she actually is.”
RonDog, at Free Republic:
“Those of you who have already seen ‘The Undefeated’ will certainly remember the powerful anthem sung by Amanda during the closing credits, ‘Minstrel Boy.’ It is now available online...”
Henry D'Andrea, at Washington Times Communities:
“Sarah Palin told Fox News host Sean Hannity last month, that August and September is ‘basically the timeframe’ for deciding if she’ll run for president. Well just last week, it was announced that Sarah Palin would be keynoting a Tea Party event in Iowa on September 3. History shows, that most Americans aren’t engaged into the presidential election until after Labor Day, September 5, so headlining an event and possibly announcing her presidential run during the event is a very smart move. Iowa is key state to win in the Republican presidential primary and September is the perfect time to announce a run. It’s the end of the summer and the beginning of a long and treacherous election; but as Sarah Palin said in Wisconsin, ‘Mr. President, Game on!’”
Wild Thing, at PC Free Zone:
The left hate the Tea Party movement, they hate Sarah Palin, Allen West, Michele Bachmann, Marco Rubiio and anyone else that stands for America. Interesting how the left will not refer to the actual terrorists as terrorists, they do all they can not to, but they call good Americans terrorists so easily. “”
Jedediah Bila, at AMAC:
“Now of course they repeatedly retreated into their left-wing, media-fed talking points about how she’s ‘inexperienced,’ how she’s ‘a quitter,’ and how she’s ‘just not smart enough to be president.’ But it was clear to me that they didn’t actually believe an ounce of it. Sure, they had to say those things. That’s their job—to echo left-wing talking points. But those talking points provided them with no comfort whatsoever. It showed on their faces. It showed in their voices. And it showed in their panicked need to follow up so many of their statements with, ‘She could win. She could really win.’ On that last point, I’d have to say I agree.”
RkBall, at The way the Ball bounces:
“I still like Sarah Palin, savage leftist/MSM ad hominem ridicule notwithstanding.”
Vicki McClure Davidson, at Frugal Café Blog Zone:
“Statists’ favorite conservative punching bag, Sarah Palin, in an interview with Greta Van Susteren, calls out Vice President Joe Biden on his inflammatory, uncivil rhetoric this week when he said that tea party members are acting like ‘terrorists’ over the federal government raising the debt ceiling with its ‘kick-butt huge blank check’ bill. Palin correctly points out that this proves how out of touch this administration is about the principles and expectations of a majority of Americans and for ‘Crazy Uncle Joe’ Biden, the nation’s second in command, to resort to such low-life name-calling of millions of Americans is vile. You go, girl!
Amanda Coyne, at Alaska Dispatch:
“Given our recent track record, we're not sure how much readers should trust our anonymous sources.”
Whitney Pitcher, at Organize4Palin:
“Now, We the People are beginning to turn our full attention to the 2012 election. This may be the most important election in American history. The Governor’s public statements and Facebook notes in recent weeks have increasingly made the case for what’s at stake in this election, and have begun to define the terms of debate on our side. No candidate, or other potential candidate, has come remotely close to doing this. We don’t know what the Governor will speak about on September 3, but knowing the Governor’s character and commitment to the American people and our core values and principles, she will have something to say on that day, and it will be memorable.”
Tony Lee, at Human Events:
“If the demand for Palin-themed merchandise on CafePress.com and a documentary, titled ‘The Undefeated,’ about her are any indication, it may be more accurate to measure how potential voters spend their money, especially in a struggling economy, than how they answer a pollster’s questions.”
Jonah Goldberg, at National Review Online:
“The Giffords shooting sent the media elite in this country into a bout of St. Vitus’s dance that would have warranted an army of exorcists in previous ages. Sarah Palin’s Facebook map was an evil totem that forced some guy to go on a shooting spree. The New York Times, the Washington Post, all three broadcast networks — particularly NBC whose senior foreign-affairs correspondent, Andrea Mitchell, devotes, by my rough reckoning, ten times as much air time to whining about Sarah Palin as she does about anything having to do with foreign affairs — flooded the zone with ‘Have you no shame’ finger wagging. A memo went forth demanding that everyone at MSNBC get their dresses over their heads about the evil ‘tone’ from the right. Media Matters went into overdrive working the interns 24/7 to ‘prove’ that Republicans deliberately foment violence with their evil targets on their evil congressional maps.”
Dan Backer, attorney for One Nation PAC:
“The parties are discussing the matter through counsel, and we anticipate resolving any potential issues in the very near future. While One Nation PAC must protect its intellectual property interests, that the parties share broadly similar conservative values lends itself to a speedy, amicable—and probably not particularly newsworthy—resolution.”
Ron Futrell, at Big Journalism:
“The media should be destroying Joe Biden right now. There should be a countdown clock on his resignation. The Vice-President of the United States of America said that tea party Republicans ‘acted like terrorists’ during the recent budget and debt ceiling discussions... These are fellow Americans that Joe Biden is calling terrorists. You and me. In using that phrase towards Republicans in Congress, Biden uses it against each of us who called for Representatives who would vote for fiscal responsibility in Washington DC and not blow our money and lead to Homeland Insecurity. Personal note to the media: Where the hell are you on this? You patronize by your silence. I’m waiting for one of you to refer to this a just another Biden ‘gaffe.’ Enablers. You have made careers out of trying to destroy Michelle Bachman and Sarah Palin, but you will find no story here. Speak truth to power. You don’t get much more powerful than the White House. Bob Woodward, where are you?”
Exit Quote - Galadriel, in "The Fellowship of the Ring":
“The Quest stands upon the edge of a knife. Stray but a little, and it will fail, to the ruin of all. Yet hope remains while the Company is true.”
- JP

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