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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of June 12th

Reported by Janie - June 19, 2006

We all knew it was coming, that eventually some Republican somewhere would throw out the idea that Bush (who has said he would be pleased with the idea already) should become the United States dictator. Bill Kristol was the first to make this suggestion on Fox News Sunday, and of course, that particular quote was last weeks Most Outrageous: "Maybe we should have Supreme Leader Bush. I kind of like the sound of that."

So, who will the big winner be this week? Check out the five options below the fold and cast your vote for the one you think is the most Outrageous Quote of the Week.

Option A: "The reactions to the suicides should be boo frickin hoo." - Michelle Malkin on the recent suicides of Gitmo inmates, The O’Reilly Factor, 6/12/06

Option B: "Happy coincidence that it happened after the death of Zarqawi." – Brit Hume on the President's surprise visit to Iraq, Fox News Live, 6/13/06

Option C: "He's got to be on crack." - Mark Williams referring to Senator John Kerry after Kerry denounced his vote for the Iraq war, Your World with Neil Cavuto, 6/13/06

Option D: "Now, there is no truth to the rumor that Che — I mean, Jon Stewart — is brutally tortured by far-left elements and forced to say the things he does...." - Bill O'Reilly, The O'Reilly Factor, 6/15/06

Option E: "I've always said, she says it with a twinkle in her eye and frankly I agree with her." - Bernard Goldberg discussing Ann Coulter's smear of the 9/11 widows, The O'Reilly Factor, 06/13/06


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