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Outrageous Quote of the Week 8/9/08

Reported by Chrish - August 11, 2008 -

Last week Cristi Adkins, known only for her anti-Obama stance, won for saying "I don't understand how people can just blindly follow someone just because they slapped a Democratic label on him. We need to vet this man and he is dangerous and with the abundance of ties and affiliations that he has. Rezko, Odinga, just to name a few. With friends like those, who needs al Qaeda?" With guests like Cristi, who needs big-bucks FOX hosts? Read on for this week's ballot of bile, after the jump.

Option A: "When Obama says, by the way, that he's only gonna raise taxes on the rich? That's like the captain of a ship saying the only room he's going to shut down is the engine room." Dick Morris, Hannity & Colmes, 8/4/08


Option B: "It's quite apparent now that we're the only party that can bring about energy independence or energy diversity." Rudy Giuliani, FOX and Friends, 8/7/08


Option C: "Most blacks -- not all but most -- in Tennessee, especially in the Memphis, Tennessee area, are still living in the 50's and 60's. They are so racist that they don't even realize that white Americans have moved on. And so whenever there's a campaign like this, such as this, they always use racism in order to intimidate white America." Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson discussing the racial mudslinging in the Memphis Democratic primary campaign, Hannity & Colmes, 8/6/08


Option D: When Bill O'Reilly asked what he found annoying about John McCain, Dennis Miller quipped that he was 'too white" then said: "You see how silly that sounds coming out of my mouth, the color thing. Barack, do you hear how silly that sounds? You have to stop doing that". 8/6/08


Option E: "This week Barack Obama, otherwise known as the messiah, our lord saver (sic) and black baby Jesus greeted voters in a diner in St.Paul, Minnesota." Greg Gutfeld, Red Eye, 8/8/08


Option F: "I just want to say officially on this show, I want to make Paris Hilton president of the United States, because clearly she gets it. Why can't congress? From the star of a Simple Life a very simple, alarmingly deceptively simple solution." Neil Cavuto, Your World, 8/8/08