Wednesday, August 24, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 360

“Carry On” Edition

Donna Garner, at Voices Empower:
“I highly respect the announced candidates — Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, and Rick Santorum; but I believe the best candidate has not announced YET. However, she may be about to launch — Sarah Palin... Why did Sarah quit as the Governor of Alaska? In a page right out of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, the politics of personal destruction commenced big-time under the influence of Rahm Emanuel. Rabble-rousing leftist journalists, socialists, and just plain embittered people came out of the woodwork to file litigation against Sarah. At one time she and her husband had more than $500,000 in attorneys’ bills — much more than her total salary for all the time she was Governor of Alaska. However, the even bigger problem was that Sarah and her staff were having to spend all their time providing documentation and answering open records requests to settle ethics complaints which kept them from being able to carry on the business of running Alaska well.”
Ed Morrissey, at Hot Air:
“Help me out here … how exactly is Palin’s resignation even germane to the debate over Obama’s vacation?”
Anthony James, at Tea Party Tribune:
“Those who promised to ‘fundamentally transform’ America in the last presidential election came so close to fulfilling their promise in the most utterly despicable manner possible that we should all fall on our knees and thank God that we were awakened in time to hold back that vile tide. This socialist disease that eats away at our republic from within must be torn out by the roots in its entirety and completely destroyed. It will take nothing less than a tide of our own; a tide of new age Minutemen ready and willing to beat back the barbarians within our gates. Such a transcendent movement requires an equally transcendent leader, someone utterly different from and even opposed to the usual cogs in the Beltway machine. Sarah Palin is that someone, capable of laying out what it is that needs to be done, and then bringing together the disparate factions required to see it accomplished. She is the only potential candidate for 2012 who has a record of doing exactly that.”
John Scotus, at The Tree of Mamre:
“Unfortunately, I do not see the other candidates – including Perry – really bringing forth the message of restoring America as Palin has done.”
Mark America:
“Today, I will send another contribution to SarahPac. I have decided to do all I can for one last chance to save this country. Yesterday, I talked to some fine folks who look at our future prospects as things are and tremble at what it will mean. We can’t permit it. We mustn’t, and so I ask you to find all that is good in yourselves, all within you that still wants to fight for the future, and prepare. On the day that Sarah Palin announces, whatever the date, I will find some way to be there. It’s easy to make excuses and to claim a thing too hard. Leave the excuses to Obama. Leave them to the rest of the GOP field. We won’t need them.”
Mark America:
“When Governor Palin wants to announce, she’ll let us know.”
“Y’know, judging from the traffic that any Sarah Palin Thread generates at conservative websites, for somebody whom the ‘pundits’ (professional and amateur) keep insisting is not running or doesn’t stand a chance, she sure is generating a ton of national interest. Or course, what do I know? I voted for a guy who used to star in movies with a chimp.”
Todd Dorman, at The Cedar Rapids Gazette:
“But the Iowa video... she released last week is hard to explain away. It has a very campaigny feel, from rolling bus to roaring bear.”
Shushannah Walshe, at ABC News' The Note:
“With Sarah Palin’s next Iowa visit mere days away, the will-she-or-won’t-she frenzy is at an all time high... It’s important to note that no matter what, Palin plays by her own rules... Palin knows that a surprise announcement in front of her most passionate supporters would solidify her as the candidate that can always suck the oxygen out of the room. In a cycle with so many announcements before the announcement, she would be able to trump all the beltway pundits who have signaled her demise since 2008.”
Patrick S. Adams, at Patrick's World USA:
“I'll put our Tea Party warriors up against the Left's thugs any day. Game on. Mr. Ziegler, that's why Palin can win.”
Rob Cunningham, at US for Palin:
“On Saturday, September 3rd, in Indianola, Iowa, I believe that a significant and historically fateful event will occur in this small town near Des Moines. Governor Sarah Palin will likely deliver a speech in which the 2012 election battle lines will be clearly drawn for every friend and foe to hear. No other presidential candidate has offered, or is likely to offer, such clear, specific, and bold measures to the American people as I expect Sarah Palin will offer on this day. Her speech will likely prove to be refreshing, inspiring, invigorating and so historic in nature, it may be impossible to calculate its significance until many years have passed.
 The epic struggle for America’s very survival will be engaged on this day, and our world will never be the same. With every ounce of passion and personal conviction in my soul, I implore each and every person that feels called to volunteer in defense of our beloved nation, to make your reservations for Indianola, Iowa, today.”
Frank Luntz, via Sheya:
“Should she announce, she’ll have an instantaneous grassroots national operation in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina... She’s a breath of fresh air, and she doesn’t have to do it the way other candidates do it.”
Michael Moriarty, at Big Hollywood:
“I remember foolishly assuming that I was the child my parents wanted. It was somehow fed me that even two children, my sister and I, were considered one too many and one of us was the object of a failed abortion attempt... Trig survived because of his parents! No two people on earth are more heroic for me than Mr. and Mrs. Palin. Add on to that the disparaging, elitist attitudes Sarah Palin has endured as a Vice-Presidential Candidate and still deals with subsequently and with divine grace? Mrs. Palin is Saint Sarah for me. The same diabolical calls for abortion that ensued upon Trig’s conception were echoed in the perversely feminist labels the progressives plastered on Sarah Palin for being the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate. The thicker the flying mud aimed at Sarah Palin, the nobler, stronger and more beautiful she becomes in my eyes. If the rest of America knew what I know about being the survivor of abortion, they’d feel about Sarah Palin as I do.”
Daria DiGiovanni, at The Conservative Diva:
“I cannot recommend Sarah Palin Out Of Nowhere highly enough and encourage all Palin supporters to purchase it — not just for themselves but for the Palin skeptics in their lives and anyone who is seeking to make a positive contribution to the effort of returning the United States of America to greatness.”
Charisse Van Horn, at
“On August 18, 2011, former vice president candidate and Alaskan governor confirmed she will speak at the upcoming Extraordinary Women Conference... Palin continues to draw clouds of speculation as she hasn’t answered whether or not she plans to jump into the 2012 elections. With the confirmation of Sarah Palin’s attendance, tickets sold out quickly; however, there is some overflow seating available... Sarah Palin is expected to share her personal faith in Jesus Christ in the event titled ‘Everlasting Hope.’ The weekend event takes place from October 7-8, 2011.”
Exit Quote - Winston Churchill:
“Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most times he will pick himself up and carry on.”
- JP

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