Saturday, August 27, 2011

More Quote of the Day Honorable Mention Part 362

“Miracle” Edition

Michael Moriarty, at Big Hollywood:
“She is making The New World Order Establishment profoundly nervous. Hysterical actually. The ‘Whole Ballgame’, as The Progressives fear, would change with a President Sarah Palin! They all know it’s ‘all-or-nothing’ now! If a President Palin picks up where Ronald Reagan left off and resurrects a two-term, traditionally American policy to be followed by eight more years under, say, President Allen West, the ‘New World Order Ballgame’, as they say, would be over. Kaput! Gone! Never to re-infect America again... Obama will need 18 holes-in-one to defeat our inheritor of Winston’s Churchill’s and Ronald Reagan’s crown. To defeat Sarah Palin would require a miracle and God’s not handing them out to Marxists. Marxists say God doesn’t exist. We’ll see about that.”
VoterMom, at The Crawdad Hole:
“For someone who ‘isn’t running’, ‘isn’t serious’, and ‘can’t win’, Sarah Palin sounds remarkably statesman-like today.”
Peter Singleton, via Steve Deace:
“Those of us in the Palin grassroots base who are actively organizing on the ground do not expect Gov. Palin to announce her presidential run on the 3rd in Indianola. We are also not concerned about when and how she will announce her run. Why? We disagree with the premise, offered by pundits and activists repeatedly for many months, that the window is closing for Gov. Palin to get into the race. Perhaps in a normal cycle, with a traditional establishment candidate, this would be correct. But this is not a normal cycle. And Gov. Palin, should she run, will not run as an establishment candidate. All of the other candidates in the race, their rhetoric aside (and except for Ron Paul) are establishment candidates. Gov. Palin is not.”
Jedediah Bila, at The Daily Caller:
“Whether you’re supporting her for president or not, Sarah Palin is a woman who has been consistent, tough and principled.”
Dan Riehl, at Riehl World View:
“At some point Perry is going to have to start adding more substance to his image, or he's going to end up looking like all hat and no cattle in that regard... Unfortunately, he's also met with some resistance from different forces within the movement. Michelle Malkin represents one form of it, Goldberg another, and the Palin faithful are still holding out, while it looks ever more likely they will get their wish. Perry's base seems to be the South and perhaps Evangelicals, which is terrific, but significant portions of the establishment can't stand him and there's more anti-Perry oppo floating around in back channels than for any other candidate, with rumblings of more to come. His initial bounce may start to fade just as more attacks and possibly Palin head his way.”
Kevin Scholla, at SarahNet:
“Unlike Perry, Palin has a consistent, conservative record... Palin would excite the same Tea Party base that Bachmann is benefiting from, plus she'd attract other voters too because she has a record of running a state to stand on.”
Peter Ingemi, at Datechguy's Blog:
“To a culture that decided to use everything from drugs, to politics to the earth itself to fill the empty space that religion once held the achievement of those who came before towers over them. I suspect they dub their grandparents the ‘Greatest Generation’ because it excuses them from even attempting to achieve what their Grandparents & Great Grandparents did in much harder times. It’s why a person like Sarah Palin disgusts them so. She and people like her are a constant reminder of what they could have been but rejected.”
Dana Loesch, via Twitter:
“Why is it, @ESPN, that you censure Azinger for his remark on Obama's golf games but silent when Mayne wanted to hit car with Palin sticker?”
M. Catharine Evans, at American Thinker Blog:
“GOP pollster Frank Luntz might want to do something better with his time than shill for the Republican establishment. It's not very sane of Frank to cry there's no room at the table for Palin and in the same breath tell ABC's Jake Tapper there's a place for other candidates... In the meantime, regular Americans are watching this administration systematically decimate the economy, our liberties and the rule of law. Middle America may not know Palin's future plans, but after 3 years they trust she is on the people's team-where all faithful servants of ‘we the people’ should be. As usual the beltway elites miss the point.”
Mark America:
“Mrs. Palin embraces a reasonable foreign policy that neither rushes to war, nor shrinks from it when no other rational alternative remains when the US comes under direct threat.”
Mark America:
“Over the remainder of the period between now and the legal cut-off to entry in some states, around the middle of October, there will be endless attempts to try to goad Governor Palin into rash actions in support of the theme Rove first advanced... I even heard Mark Davis continue that theme, using the ‘thin-skinned’ smear while sitting in for Rush Limbaugh on Thursday. That isn’t accidental. Look for more of the same... Beware of some of those you had once thought to be friends. They will come out of the woodwork now, trying to join in the theme, on television, radio, and in blogs... It’s simple for us: We need only to oppose lies by revealing the truth. If Governor Palin intends to run, it’s clear that she’s said we’d know probably by the end of September. That’s good enough for me, and probably for you too, and nothing is served by further engaging these leeches directly. Like Sarah Palin has done, we need only to maintain discipline. So long as we do that, Rove and his cronies will fail.”
Jo, at Jo's Cafe:
“Yes, it was a hit piece and the ‘baby Palin’ remark was meant to harm, but in reality, if someone told me I was a lot like Sarah Palin in my beliefs, I’d thank them.”
Don Smith, at Parcbench:
“The story behind Sarah Palin Out of Nowhere is a classic tale of a man reacting to the world around him. It was a dark day when Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot, allegedly by Jared Loughner on Jan. 8, 2011. Immediately, the media and public officials blamed both the Tea Party Movement and Gov. Sarah Palin for Loughner’s alleged acts of lunacy. It was until a deeper dig of Loughner’s past turned up he had been indoctrinated by a world of socialism and anger. However, the finger pointing by the media at Palin could not be undone. But writer Frank Aquila was not about to let this go unchallenged. After a conversation with a friend, he sat down and wrote Sarah Palin Out of Nowhere... an amazing read.”
Renee Israel, at Gambling Kingz:
“Sarah Palin has not officially entered the race yet, but there is strong speculation that she will, leading to a flurry of bets.”
Patrick S. Adams, at Patrick's World USA:
“You didn't see Democrats hawking their candidates' flaws, did you? They stuck together. And because they stick together, they're capable of nominating and electing some of the most ridiculous candidates we've ever seen in American political history. So, Sarah Palin is unelectable? Are you friggin kidding me? I'm tired of being on a team of wimps, wussies and trembling tigers. Watching Karl Rove, Dick Morris and Erick Erickson do everything they can to drag down Sarah Palin's chances in the minds of feeble-minded readers and weak-kneed viewers tells me all I need to know about the conservative movement and the Republican Party... Back your candidate if it's not Sarah Palin. Vote your conscience. But don't be as intellectually dishonest as Democrats are and deny the reality of Sarah Palin's record, her viability, her work ethic and the historical parallels to how people in our movement were doing the same thing to Ronald Reagan in 1979.”
Exit Quote - Albert Einstein:
“It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.”
- JP

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