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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of September 11th

Reported by Janie - September 18, 2006 -

"Business" Anchor Neil Cavuto was able to take home last week's vote with 39% of the vote for his reaction to the Senate report which confirmed there were no ties between Saddam Hussein and 9/11:

"Well, ah congressman, back to the bigger point and whether there is any point here. I mean, it is a moot point right? I mean, we're knee-deep in Iraq right now. We're knee-deep in continuing the fight against al Qaeda. Why bring this up now, whether it's accurate or not?"

For more of this sort of lunacy, take a peek below the fold!

Option A: "...And you have bitching by the ACLU and other human rights groups and the left-wing press about this kind of interrogation, and it's insane, Professor, I just want you to know that." - Bill O'Reilly to Richard Lynn, Dean of John Marshall Law School, on techniques employed by CIA interrogators at one of their secret "safe houses" in Thailand, The O'Reilly Factor, 9/11/06

Option B: "The 9/11 attacks have led to counter attacks by American armed forces in two countries, and those conflicts are still ongoing." Brit Hume attempting to tie the Iraq War to 9/11 on 9/11, Special Report, 9/11/06

Option C: "Before the movie ran last night, there were a number of Democrats, a number of Clinton administration officials, who said, wait a minute, this is not accurate, ABC’s going to have to pull the film. I watched it last night. I thought it was really powerful." - Steve Doocy neglecting to mention Republican concerns with the ABC propaganda piece "Path to 9/11", while praising the film so full of inaccuracies, Fox and Friends, 9/11/06

Option D: “9/11 drives home and reminds you, all of this kind of Lamont weakness, appeasement and withdrawal talk in this world with these kind of enemies, I think it’s harmful.” - Newt Gingrich, Hannity & Colmes, 9/12/06

Option E: Democrats sold bumper stickers “disparaging Christians. I mean, it’s just a party thing.” - David Limbaugh, Hannity & Colmes, 9/13/06