Saturday, August 6, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 347

“The Voice” Edition

Patrick S. Adams, at Liberty's Lamp:
“We know exactly where Sarah Palin stands on the issues. She talks the talk and walks the walk. She has stood firm in her position on Obamacare and Cap and Trade. More recently, she has not wavered on the issue of the debt ceiling despite the carping of moderate Republicans and whining Democrats. What you see is what you get and what you get is right for America... Sarah Palin is a voice for millions of Americans sick of the status quo business as usual politics of Washington. Hers is the articulation of everything many Americans feel and believe. She can take the hopes and dreams for our country and deliver it back to us in a beautifully spoken or written package. She can explain our frustrations to the press and to the voters. Her ability to connect with so many makes them feel that pang of total agreement when she delivers our philosophy, the American philosophy, back to us in a way that would make Ronald Reagan proud. He's the only other great communicator in my lifetime who has ever been able to do that. That says a lot about Sarah Palin, the great communicator of our time.”
Lew, at Independent Declarations:
“I have come to believe that Sarah Palin is our Ronald Reagan. In my opinion, there isn’t a Republican candidate in the mix who is tougher and more steadfast in their principles than she... Palin 2012…that’s the ticket.”
Dick Rolfe, at The Dove Foundation:
“With a sweeping score, previously unseen footage and exclusive interviews, ‘The Undefeated’ educates, entertains and challenges its audiences to take another look at someone who is much-discussed but whose story, despite all that is written and said about her, is actually largely untold. ‘The Undefeated’ is as much a history lesson of Alaska as a biography of Sarah Palin. It soon becomes apparent that the major cultural and economic breakthroughs that occurred in our 49th state between 2000 and 2008 are attributable, for most part, to the spunk, determination and common sense of Mayor and Governor Palin... This film is a must-see for anyone, liberal or conservative, supporter or critic, who really wants to know who Sarah Palin is.”
Diane Church, at The Bristol Press:
“Local conservatives and tea party members were victorious in one of their latest battles: getting ‘The Undefeated,’ a documentary about Sarah Palin... screened at the Plainville Loews AMC movie theater starting this weekend. And it was all done through social media and grassroots efforts.”
Connor Lanser, of Team Cubs:
“After doing research on Sarah Palin, I questioned my support for Barack Obama. I did more research on the parties and on the candidates. It was then that I said, ‘Mom, I’m a Republican!’ Today, I still believe in the values that Sarah Palin stands for and believes in. Today, I still believe in her. I have had the privilege of meeting Mrs. Palin several times and have even exchanged letters with her. She remains a force not only in politics, but in me! Whatever Sarah Palin decides to do, I will always stand by her!”
Jelayne Sessler, at Palin Defender:
“Compared to all other candidates and potential candidates, Governor Palin increased the debt at a much slower rate and reduced total liabilities at a much higher rate than any of her fellow governors.”
Just a Conservative Girl, at Potluck:
“Once during a big sale I was told that I was racist because I wouldn’t give a woman a coupon discount. The problem was she didn’t have the coupon. So no, I couldn’t give it to her. I was told in no uncertain terms by the manager that morning, no coupon, no discount. When I told her that my boyfriend’s skin was darker than hers she said to me that I was just some stuck up white woman who thought I was better than his black family and he was just some sort of race traitor who didn’t accept his blackness. So not only was I still a racist, so apparently was he. Who knew? ... She went on to explain to me how much of the problems really stems from conservatives. Sarah Palin in particular. I asked if her if she understood that Sarah Palin is married to man who is a minority. Eskimos are much more of minority in this country than blacks are. She completely ignored that and also wouldn’t answer me when I wanted to know what exactly Palin has ever said that leads her to believe that she is a racist. I guess being conservative is enough.”
Rob, at Joshuapundit:
“Sarah Palin was completely right... when she said that if the Tea Party really were terrorists, the president and his minions would undoubtedly want to pal around with them.”
Kufsy, at Off The Kufs:
“I like that Sarah Palin. I don't give a hoot what the liberals and elitist so-called Republicans in the Northeast say about her, either. She is always right on. The slamming of the Tea Partiers is downright silly. Liberals and the media always paint conservatives as ‘extremists’. It is like that fool Jon Stewart doing his shtick about being a ‘moderate’. Need I remind you -- and the Gallup polling backs me up -- we are a right-leaning country. 2-1 people consider themselves conservative as opposed to liberal.”
“This will go down as classic Sarahcuda...”
Jim Vicevich, at Radio Vice Online:
“The Governor has your back. This is classic Palin -- a great sense of humor on the name calling from the left --but then she surprises -- and decides she’s not gunna take it anymore. Not in her defense -- but for all of us. First Palin takes a shot at Obama … and well deserved for not calling for an end to the terrorist rhetoric from the left.Then a Palin departure. the woman who has seen it all thrown at her … decides she’s mad as heck and won’t take it anymore -- for us. Leading from -- the lead. Honestly, isn’t this what you hoped your President would do -- defend Americans?”
Joe Miller:
“Sarah Palin has become one of the most effective defenders of the Tea Party.”
Steven, at Nikitas3:
“Socialists talk like they ‘care’ about everyone, but that is just a façade. In fact they are narcissists, money lovers and materialists of the first order. They care only about what they can get for themselves. And since Obama is addicted to flying around on Air Force One and playing golf and having parties like a college frat boy, that is what he does. But the Media Left have not one ounce of criticism of Obama’s terrible performance, policy-wise and personally. But then again, they are all just like him. They would kill to have all the perks that Obama has. They worship his power and prestige. They live vicariously through Obama because he is getting what all liberals secretly believe they are entitled to. Yet at the same time, these media have relentlessly trashed Sarah Palin, who has strong middle-class roots and who understands what is happening to Americans and truly feels the pain. But according to the ObamaMedia, she could never be as smart as the president of the United States. Nonsense. Palin would be a much better president.”
American Glob:
“Guess what? Obama is going on a Bus Tour of America. What an original idea! Of course, his bus tour will be totally different than Sarah Palin’s because you’re going to pay for it.”
Andrew Malcolm, at Top of the Ticket:
“Somehow, from somewhere, a bright political strategist on the president's reelection team has come up with the idea of sending Obama out in a bus on Midwestern roads in two weeks, just like real Americans, or real Americans who can still afford a short summer road trip... According to Obama Press Secretary Jay Carney, the 72-hour bus trip is not political. (Laughter) No, really... Anyway, because the bus trip is so clearly presidential, America's taxpayers will be footing the bill for the non-political, three-day Obama odyssey through politically important Midwestern battleground states. After all, taxpayers covered all the costs of Sarah Palin's successful One Nation bus tour back in June. Oh, wait. No, they didn't. Her political action committee paid for that.”
Exit Quote - 1 Corinthians 14:8, American Standard Bible:
“For if the trumpet give an uncertain voice, who shall prepare himself for war?”
- JP


  1. Josh, I love the Moody Blues. I had the good fortune of seeing them in Orlando back in 1972. It was a very memorable concert. Thanks for posting the video. It paints a stark contrast to so many other rock stars from the 60's and 70's. Justin Hayward has aged well and his voice proves it!

  2. Thanks, again, for the quote, Josh!