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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of April 9th

Reported by Janie - April 19, 2006

It's time for this weeks installment of "Outrageous Quote of the Week"! Please take the time to vote for your favorite, and enjoy the debate below the fold!

Option A: "People have forgotten that September 11th happened because of lax immigration enforcement, period." - Michelle Malkin on the O'Reilly Factor, 4/10/06

Option B: "We've been through this before with that woman, who is a flat out dishonest correspondent and The Denver Post knows it. Ms. Rodriguez is not alone. That kind of rubbish is printed all the time by people who can't possibly win the debate, so they demonize people with opposing points of view. It's long past time for Americans to reject that kind of tactic .... don't make the mistake of directing your ire towards individuals!" - Bill O'Reilly, 4/09/06 referring to an article in the Denver Post that had the audacity to mention that Lou Dobbs, Bill O'Reilly and the Aryan Nation are all using the same language on illegal immigration to instill fear.

Option C: "So it was a warning. This is what is going to happen if a swarm of angry Democrats get elected in November. The Beltway Dems are going to fold up and let the angry left run the show. The angry left is going to subpoena, hold hearings, issue censure resolutions and eventually impeach." - John Gibson on My Word, 4/10/06

Option D: Our guest worker program "should be administered by private companies, agencies, employment agencies that are great at what they do, outside of our borders, licensed by the government, so that they can run applicants through security, can issue a smart card at their own expense, and get jobs and workers matched." - Helen Krieble on Your World with Neil Cavuto 4/11/06.

Option E: "I think there were about 10 protesters in Miami" - Ann Coulter on the Immigration protest in Miami - Your World with Neil Cavuto, 4/11/06

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