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Outrageous Quote of the Week @ August 25, 2007

Reported by Chrish - August 26, 2007 -

Bill O'Reilly (42%) barely beat Bill O'Reilly (39%) with his delusional and schizophrenic finger-pointing:

"'Talking Points' fears that corruption in the U.S. media is harming this country big time. Right now, there is more propaganda than truth floating around in the press. And that is dangerous."
Check below the fold for this week's crop o' crap.

Option A: "Yeah. I don't get it. Illegal! They're not here legally, so they get to be here, enjoy our country, all our benefits, and kill our people. It makes no sense to me. You know what? Why not hire the Taliban at this point? Let's just get 'em all in here. Let's think about what we're doing. Let's protect our people. This should be the first question you ask when you arrest somebody. Are ya' here - are ya' supposed to be here?" - Tracy Byrnes, New York Post Business Writer and FOX News Contributor, Cavuto on Business, 8/25/07


Option B: "The more Michelle Obama and Elizabeth Edwards run their yappers, the better Hillary looks." PoliticalDerby.com Editor Jason Wright, FOX & Friends 8/23/07


Option C: "Profiling is a word attorneys have come up with to defend their guilty clients." Mark Fuhrman, Hannity & Colmes, 8/21/07


Option D: "New Orleans will not come back, it will not survive without government help and sometimes government has to step in. That's what tax money is for, guys." (Dennis Kneale)

"Do you think they should be building New Orleans again?" (Lea Goldman)

"Yes, of course they should!" (Kneale)

"You know the government should not be in the business of subsidizing reckless behavior." (Goldman) - Forbes on FOX, 8/25/07


Option E: "Sometimes it's not a choice. People in these areas - I think Dennis brings up a good point of New Orleans. You are talking about poor. disadvantaged people who didn't have the financial flexibility to leave that area, even if they wanted to." (Josh Lipton)

"And that's a completely fair point." (Lea Goldman)

"Ah, that's a bunch of - a load of crap." (John Rutledge, off camera), CEO, Rutledge Capital and former advisor to Ronald Reagan, Forbes on FOX, 8/25/07


Option F: "I'm only afraid of coming back empty handed for you." Bill O'Reilly's producer Jesse Watters, who travels around the country ambushing people to get their reaction for The Factor was asked by Bill if he's ever afraid on the job, 8/23/07


Option G: "... [al Maliki] is a dud. Look he hasn't done a good job and I'm sure privately President Bush is furious at how little he's done in reconciliation and other things. On the other hand, you know, we went through this in Vietnam, when they - when the U. S. conspired to get President [Ngo Dinh] Diem murdered actually and then that's a - a sequence of people after that who could not lead. Look. If there were some other - if there were some obvious leader there, Charles, I would say 'Good, let's go ahead with it.'" - Fred Barnes, Special Report, suggesting assassination as a solution to the political situation in Iraq, 8/24/07