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Outrageous Quote of the Week: Week of May 7th

Reported by Janie - May 15, 2006

I've seen some pretty insane quotes since I began watching Fox, but last week's winner ranks up there with the worst-of-the-worst. Col. David Hunt took home the gold medal for his un-American, anti-Constitutional, pro-fascist comments last week during his Dayside appearance: "I think it's time to get professional jurors. We've had O.J. Simpson, this one, and others."

This week's selection is more of the same: bashing Democrats and racial slurs. If you can stomach it, take a gander and vote below the fold!

Option A: The Democrats "have taken on global warming as their big issue because this time we won't be able to prove them wrong for 1,000 years." - Ann Coulter, Your World with Neil Cavuto, 5-08-06

Option B: Kiran Chetry: "I'm half Asian."

Brian Kilmeade: " What does that mean? ... You good at math?" - Fox & Friends, 5-10-06

Option C: "Highlighting that and pointing it out to voters who care about policies and don't want to see Congress engaged in that kind of uh, that kind of, uh, personal assault on a sitting president - not just Republicans but I think an awful lot of Democrats and an awful lot of Independents - it's worth highlighting what it is the Democrats would do should they be given the majority in November, which I don't think they will." - Ed Gillespie, The Big Story, 5-10-06

Option D: "Wall Street knows we are winning this war on terror. They are not afraid that we will win [sic]. They are so secure in President Bush's winning it, they are not going to let some puny little traitor, some leaker who went ahead and compromised our national security, take down our market. There is no way that is going to happen." - Brenda Buttner, Your World with Neil Cavuto - 5-12-06

Option E: "Or put another way, a slogan for our times: Procreation not recreation." - John Gibson demanding white people have more babies, The Big Story, 5-11-06


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