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Outrageous Quote of the Week @ August 4, 2007

Reported by Chrish - August 6, 2007 -

Dang, it's just not fair - Bill O'Reilly won again last week for this laugh-out-loud scold (to guest Jane Hall) just before he cut her mic:

"Jane, Jane. That's a lie and I can't let you say a lie on this broadcast."

Like bloviating, that's his job.

See below the jump for this week's haul of shame:

Option A: "Now we're just really moving sideways, albeit in big, ah, you know, three digit ways." [...] "All taxes, I think, are harmful." [...] (Yelling): "I want everyone to be a lot happier. The way to do that is to take the government out of everyday lives and let the market just give people opportunities through market forces, not through bigger government. That just doesn't work." Gary B. Smith, Bulls & Bears, 8/4/07

Option B: "He doesn't even understand the people who wear our uniforms are people, are real human beings."

" They don't need Obama to undercut them when they're making real progress."

" He's helping the last great man in the Democratic party, Hillary Clinton." Lt Col Ralph Peters ripping up Barack Obama with Michele Malkin, O'Reilly Factor, 8/3/07

Option C: "Well, obviously, Rupert is a business visionary and he does see things well ahead of everybody else or he wouldn't have been able to take one small newspaper in Australia and control the world." - Charles Payne, Cavuto on Business, 8/4/07


Option D: "Cerberus Capital got the money it needed to buy Chrysler. The floodgates will reopen but only to the right guys. It ain't the end of the world. So stop watching those other news networks." - Neil Cavuto, Cavuto on Business, discussion of possible fall off in mergers and acquisition activity, 8/4/07

Option E: "Were you nauseous? Were you taking Dramamine 'cause the stock market was going up and down and your portfolio could not handle it? If so, you need to reallocate or get out. This is not your game." - Tracy Byrnes, Business Writer, NY Post

"That's what I feel like when I watch CNN." - Neil Cavuto, host, Cavuto on Business, 8/4/07

Option F: "I think that there is an effort by the (American) Islamists to make it OK in this country for us to submit to Sharia law. I think this is where we are headed." Melanie Morgan on Hannity & Colmes, 7/30/07

Option G: "The problem with American journalism today is the blurring of editorial positions with hard news. ...but when their liberal views dictate what hard news stories they cover, you (sic) have a problem." Bill O'Reilly, Talking Points Memo 7/31/07