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Outrageous Quote of the Week - Week of December 4th

Reported by Janie - December 11, 2006 -

Brent Bozell picked up 34% of last week's vote for creating a "liberal conspiracy" theory to explain away attacks at Fox News' blatant bias:

"This is cheap shots that are taken at Fox. And by the way, he's not the only one. Barney Frank has taken shots at Fox. Bill Clinton went after Chris Wallace in what I think was a disgraceful manner. They're doing that because Fox has broken from the pack. Fox is not behaving like all the other networks, kow-towing to the left. Fox is being, I think, very, very even-handed on both sides, and the left just can't stand with that, especially when they look at the ratings and they see that their friends are at the bottom and Fox is on top."

For this week's selection, take a look below the jump!

Option A: "Is it fair to say then that the approach in Iraq has been more of what Casey and Abizaid wanted more than anybody else?" Brit Hume attempting to lead George Bush into blaming the Generals on the ground for all the problems in Iraq, "Special Report", 12/4/06

Option B: Webb "made a mistake in not being gracious" - Bill O'Reilly discussing the Bush/Webb confrontation over Webb's son serving in Iraq, "The O'Reilly Factor", 12/4/06

Option C: “Let us not exonerate these six Imams until all of the facts are in.” - Melanie Morgan stating Muslims are guilty until proven innocent, "Hannity & Colmes", 12/5/06

Option D: "Keeping us here eats away at families. Marriages suffer. The Democrats could care less about families...that's what this says." - Jack Kingston on 5-day work weeks, "The Big Story", 12/6/06

Option E: “But here at home, we’re proving ourselves soft and the enemy knows it. What’s wrong in Iraq, quite frankly, is that we’re not brutal enough to the insurgents… But you know as well as I do, that if we don’t fight back, it will be the end of us. Now I think it’s hard to get your head around the fact that your country might have to destroy some folks, I know I found it unsettling when it first crept into my frontal lobes.” - Dennis Miller, "Hannity & Colmes", 12/8/06