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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of October 2nd

Reported by Janie - October 9, 2006 -

Bill O'Reilly, now a six-time winner of the "Outrageous Quote of the Week, racked up 41% of last week's vote by displaying just how delusional (or an out right liar) he is:

"So, there is no intrusion on the media by religious fundamentalists. None. OK? They have no influence in the media, at all, zero. Among the congressmen and senators, I don't know of one religious fundamentalist in Congress, not one..."

As the election season heats up, Fox is working overtime - allowing their personalities to lie and spin on a much larger scale. This week's selection includes eight options rather than the usual five. To provide us with your opinion on which is the most outrageous, please vote below the fold.

Option A: "We fully understand that the Democrats, every bill that we pass, they're against it because we're not spending enough money." - Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), "Your World with Neil Cavuto", 10/2/06

Option B: The Democrats' solution "to the Iraq war is for American women to wear burqas and bow down and surrender." - Radio Talk Show Host Paul McGuire, "Your World with Neil Cavuto", 10/2/06

Option C: "How about arming the teachers?" - Mike Gallagher, conservative radio talk show host discussing the recent rash of school shootings, "Live Desk," 10/4/06

Option D: "Clinton had oral sex in the White House and you guys are worried about instant messages." Sean Hannity, Hannity & Colmes, 10/6/06

Option E: "We need to get to the bottom of this to make sure something like this never happens again." - Patrick McHenry (R-NC) trying to shift blame to Democrats proposing that all Democrats be forced to testify about what they knew about Foley, "The O'Reilly Factor", 10/6/06

Option F: "The radical homosexual agenda is what the Democrats are in bed with." - David Limbaugh discussing the Mark Foley scandal, "Hanity & Colmes", 10/6/06

Option G: "Yes, the true face of the 21st Century KKK is not a white guy in Atlanta, Georgia now. It is a multi-spirited conglomeration of college students like you saw at Columbia. Some of them wear terrorist-masks, others don't but this is the 21st Century KKK. And we'd better get used to it. They are domestic terrorists. Their goal is to disrupt and to deprive anyone else of the First Amendment except themselves." - Jim Gilchrist, co-founder of The Minuteman, discussing Columbia protesters who disrupted his speech there, "Hannity & Colmes", 10/5/06

Option H: "I think this may save the Republican party." - Lawrence Eagleburger commenting on the Dow reaching a new all-time high, "Your World with Neil Cavuto", 10/3/06