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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of June 19th

Reported by Janie - June 26, 2006 -

Michelle Malkin, who once argued in favor of the Japanese internment during WWII, once again showed her compassionate side during the June 12th episode of the O'Reilly Factor when she commiserated with the families of the recent Guantanamo Bay suicides by saying, "The reactions to the suicides should be boo frickin hoo." Needless to say, this gem of humanity took home last week's "Outrageous Quote" with 43% of the vote.

For this week's poll, there were far too many quotes to select just five, so we've broken the quotes into two separate polls. So sit back, relax, forget it's Monday morning, and let us know below the fold which TWO quotes were last week's most Outrageous!

Option A: "In men's soccer I think it happens in high school in the formidable (sic) years. The men decide where they're gonna play - or the boys do - whether it's going to be football or basketball And, let's face it. The girls, they don't want to go to the senior prom with Alejandro or Rahib when they have a choice to go with Biff, who's 220 pounds." - Kevin Kiley, CBS Radio Host, discussing the question of why soccer is not as important in the U. S. as elsewhere in the world, FOX & Friends, 6/19/06

Option B: "There comes a point where San Francisco either uncouples from the US, which I think it has, or it comes back to reality and says 'we're going to be part of the United States of America', and right now you're not." - Bill O'Reilly to (Green Party candidate for US Senate - CA) Todd Chretien, on SF stands on various state and federal laws.

This was followed by glaring hypocrisy in the same interview as O'Reilly said later, "(San Francisco town) supervisors are giving the middle finger to people they disagree with politically." - The O'Reilly Factor, 6/20/06

Option C: "CBS talks a lot about the CBS News family. But when you see something like this, what's happening today, that after 44 years of covering every major story of our time, you realize that it really is a family. It's the Manson family." - Bernard Goldberg discussing former employer CBS news after Dan Rather permanently departed, Hannity & Colmes, 6/20/06

Option D: "Troops are for Iraq. The cops should be able to handle New Orleans. ...New Orleans should be handled by the local cops, and it's a mystery to me why they haven't been able to." - John Gibson discussing the National Guard being sent to New Orleans, The Big Story, 6/21/06

Option E: “2001, President Bush takes over for Bill Clinton. The deficit was at 236 billion, the plus side.” - Mike Jerrick discussing George Bush's economic policies, Dayside, 6/20/06


Option F: Each person moves up in Al Qaeda. The number 3 guy’s number 2 now. The number 11 guy’s number 10 and the number 48 guy is now Howard Dean. And by the way I meant to say that. If you want to know if I really meant to say that, yes." - Ann Coulter, Dayside, 6/21/06

Option G: "I am so sick of Hillary, you know, and now she's a wolf in sheep's clothing tryin' to act like she's movin' to the center. She isn't. I am so sick of these people cheering every time one of our guys dies. These people are ghoulish. They want our soldiers to die because it, it helps them. It helps their approval rating. These people are evil." - Mancow Muller, right wing radio talk show host, speaking about Democrats, Fox & Friends, 6/21/06

Option H: "Well, first of all, I want to see a very strong and united response from what I call the A.C.E. Democrats and libs - those are the "Aid and Comforting the Enemy" libs. They ought to express outrage against this kind of conduct by these terrorists." - Ret. Gen. Thomas McInerney, Speaking about the brutal murder of 2 soldiers, FOX & Friends, 6/21/06

Option I: "I believe Haditha is a hoax." - Ret. Gen. Thomas McInerney, FOX & Friends, 6/21/06

Option J: "Massachusetts Senator John Kerry defied party leaders and demanded a vote on a timetable to withdrawal US forces, opening the party to charges of abandoning the mission in Iraq." - Major Garrett, Special Report with Brit Hume, 6/22/06