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Outrageous Quote of the Week 11/24/07

Reported by Chrish - November 26, 2007 -

Bill O'Reilly better watch out for substitute host Laura Ingraham, who in her first gig since Michelle Malkin quit in a huff beat the bloviator in the outrageous category for saying "We can tell our military, you don't have to protect San Francisco or Cambridge because apparently they don't support you." This week was pretty mild as most folks were either out of town or full of goodwill and tryptophan, but we still managed to eak out a few howlers for your voting pleasure, after the jump.

Option A: (NASCAR fans) "hate someone telling them they have to obey the ACLU's rules. Sure, they don't like abortion, and they really don't like someone saying they can't buy or use guns." John Gibson, The Big Story, 11/19/07

Option B: "Well, let me mention something about Bob Novak. ... Bob Novak is a conservative. He is not partisan whatsoever and spends most of his time attacking Republicans. The last I heard he used to be a registered Democrat. I don't know whether he is any more. But he's not at all partisan. He says he didn't talk to a single Republican about this. I believe him." - Fred Barnes, Special Report, 11/19/07


Option C: "So I still want someone to get that medal. I just can't figure out which person deserves it most: Rove, Cheney, Armitage, Libby or Bush himself." John Gibson re Valerie Plame outing, Big Story, 11/21/07


Option D: "Well, Dagen, the truth is that the have-nots in this country are really the haves. I mean, the poor people in this country are amongst the wealthiest people on earth. And I think what even the have-nots have in this country that most people in this world don't have is a government that protects their rights - their right to rise as high as their ability and their values will take them. So, I mean, even the richest people under Hugo Chavez really have nothing because they don't have the protection of individual rights. So, you know, the poor in this country have something most of the world still lacks." Jonathan Hoenig, Cashin' In, 11/24/07


Option E: "Sunsara, first of all, love the tee shirt. Were all the Che Guevara tee shirts gone...?" Laura Ingraham to guest Sunsara Taylor, O'Reilly Factor, 11/20/07