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Most Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of March 26, 2006

Reported by Janie - April 3, 2006

Today the News Hounds begin a new weekly segment: Outrageous Quote of the Week! Each Monday morning we will list 5 of the craziest, most outrageous, "Foxian" quotes from the prior week and have YOU, the reader, tell us which you think was the most ridiculous. Voting will continue through Saturday and will then be locked. The winner will be listed in the following week's digest entry.

To not vote would be ridiculous! Options and voting begin below the fold...

Option A: David Asman substituting for Neil Cavuto, 3-28-06
"Could 9/11 have been avoided if we had tortured Zacarias Moussaoui?"

Option B: Guest Hugh Hewitt on Hannity & Colmes, 3-29-06
"The best asset (Republicans) have is George W. Bush because George W. Bush remains the motivator and he remains right on the war - if he gets out there and argues that this is a war referendum... And if the Republicans rally around him... they'll win."

Option C: David Asman substituting for Neil Cavuto, 3-29-06
"Well, if he's [Vicente Fox] actually encouraging an invasion of our borders, I mean, that's grounds for warfare!" -

Option D: Exchange between E.D. Hill and Tiki Barber on Fox & Friends, 3-28-06
E. D. HILL (speaking in opposition to illegal immigration): "We're a nation that is built on a system of law and order and I feel cheated because I obey the laws! You know, I don't throw trash out of the car! I occasionally speed but, you know, I do follow the laws."

TIKI BARBER: "That's only illegal if you get caught, E. D. That's only illegal if you get caught speeding by the way."

HILL: "There ya' go. You follow the laws. So why do other people not have to follow the laws?"

Option E: William La Jeunesse on Special Report with Brit Hume, 3-30-2006
Referring to former Senator Barbara Jordan's Immigration Panel from early 90's: "'Those who should not be here, should be removed.' Clinton ignored her advice, passing the problem to President Bush."


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