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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of April 30

Reported by Janie - May 8, 2006

Surprise, surprise! It appears Bill O'Reilly's shameful smear of a dead man was enough to bring in 36% of the vote and win him the gold for last week's "Outrageous Quote"! Thanks to all of those that took the time to vote!

This week's selection of pontificators seem to all be vying for lunatic of the week, rather than just outrageous quote of the week. Check out some of the stunning quotes and vote below the fold!

Option A: “Look, it’s hard to figure out, but I think I know whether the whining by the public about the high gas prices is worse than the pandering by the politicians on Capital Hill, and I think the politicians are winning.” - Fred Barnes, Special Report with Brit Hume, 5/2/06

Option B: "Listen, you don't have to buy gas. Get a bike. Get a smaller car. The oil companies offer a voluntary trade of which you can accept or not." - Jonathan Hoening, Hannity & Colmes, 5/3/06

Option C: "I think it's time to get professional jurors. We've had O.J. Simpson, this one, and others." - Col. David Hunt on getting rid of the Constitutional guarantee of a trial by a jury of peer, Dayside, 5/4/06

Option D: "Smear merchants never prosper" - Bill O'Reilly, The O'Reilly Factor, 5/5/06

Option E: "...these were not awards for high quality, high risk journalism. None of them were reporting from the hills of Afghanistan - they were just printing material they were given by disaffected people working in our government. These awards were political awards. They were anti-Bush awards, they were anti-administration awards, they were left-wing awards." - Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on this years Pulitzer Prize winners, The O'Reilly Factor, 5/1/06


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