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Outrageous Quote of the Week 5/31/08

Reported by Chrish - June 4, 2008 -

I'm ba-ack, and so are the outrageous quotes! Of course FOX News Contributor Liz Trotta won for her deathwish for the Democratic presumptive nominee: "...and now we have what some are reading as a suggestion that somebody knock off Osama ..umm, Obama ...well, both if we could." As far as we know she is still welcome at FOX. Grab the Tums and check out this week's cream of the crap after the jump.

Option A: "Be that as it may, the really interesting part of this story is the vast left-wing conspiracy in the media. [snip] But — and this is important — there's no media counter for NBC News, Newsweek, The New York Times and dozens of other committed-left media. There's no right-wing media conspiracy." Bill O'Reilly, the Factor TPM, 5/28/08


Option B: "The thing that is important about (Scott McClellan's) book, and vitally important about it, is it shows that the left-wing news machine – Media Matters, MoveOn, is going to manufacture scandal and media and become a dominant player in this campaign, which it's never been before... This is cooked up by the liberal media that took a book that's basically benign and they made it venomous because they want to have an equivalent of Richard Clarke's book in 2008." Dick Morris, Hannity & Colmes, 5/29/08


Option C: "The thing I fear about this is that certain things, even parts of history, are not allowed to be talked about because, you know, she's facing a black candidate. And that's something I think we have to be careful of." Amanda Carpenter (townhall.com) playing the race card against Obama re Hillary Clinton's RFK assassination comments, Hannity & Colmes, 5/26/08


Option D: "How much of that security's been for show? ...Early on Obama wanted to have the look of a presidential campaign by having the guys with the wires and limos." Eric Erickson (redstate.com) re why Barack Obama was placed under early Secret Service protection, Hannity & Colmes, 5/26/08


Option E: "I was talking to a Congressman, a Republican but a moderate, progressive one. And he said that every time he went in his district to a black rally or a black church, he said, you'd be amazed at the rhetoric that goes on there, how racially tinged it is. How fundamentally anti-white it is. And in a sense white America is now getting a glimpse of what goes on in the black community and passes for socially acceptable rhetoric. And rhetoric that would never be tolerated in the white community." Dick Morris, Hannity & Colmes, 5/29/08


Option F: "I know Hagee. He's not a racist and the principles that he teaches are the principles and values that Christians believe in." Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Hannity & Colmes, 5/29/08.