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Outrageous Quote of the Week 9/22/07

Reported by Chrish - September 23, 2007 -

The winner of the poll two weeks ago* was Sean Hannity, for saying that "(Bin Laden) seemed to adopt the very same language that is being used by the hard left in this country as he describes what's going on in Iraq as a civil war, he actually used the term 'neocons,' he talks about global warming, he demonizes capitalism and corporations in this whole thing - very, very specific language." Vote for another serving of unbalanced lunacy after the jump!

*Trips have kept me from tracking and posting but your regular weekly head-shaking should follow uninterrupted for the foreseeable future - ch.

Option A: "My god, if we didn't have older Americans, who the heck would be greeting me at Wal-Mart every week?" - Jonathan Hoenig, CapitalistPig.com, during discussion of whether or not older Americans should retire, Cashin' In, 9/15/07

Option B: "You can't deter these people. These people are willing to die. The only question is not whether they, you know - would they use the nuke? Can we deter them? It's the moment they have it, they're gonna use it." - Ann Coulter, speaking about the country of Iran, Cashin' In, 9-15-07

Option C: "Anybody listening to John Kerry should have been tasered," former homicide detective Rod Wheeler, no doubt gunning for a paid position at FOX News, during Hannity & Colmes discussion about the tasering of Andrew Meyer during John Kerry speech, 9/20/07

Option D: "Well, what I think is that we're seeing the first generation of home buyers who, in school, were taught to put condoms on bananas instead of learning about compound interest." Rich Karlgaard, publisher of Forbes magazine, on the "mortgage meltdown," Forbes on Fox 9/22/07

Option E: "Finally, there are far-right Web sites that smear, no question. But I've studied this Internet situation now for more than a year. The viciousness of the far-left is unprecedented. It is un-American. It is immoral. Every politician should walk away from these people." Fair and balanced Internet expert Bill O'Reilly, TPM The O'Reilly Factor, 9/17/07