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Outrageous Quote of the Week 9/06/08

Reported by Chrish - September 8, 2008 -

Neil Cavuto and Ben Stein shared the trophy last week for this exchange:

"I don't think it's going to work because I think Obama, ah, people... I think, if I may say so, there's just too many people who are not going to vote for a black candidate. But, ah, especially a black angry candidate. I hate to say that because I abhor racism but I don't think it's going to work for that reason." ... "Okay, and it is your opinion that you find Barack Obama an angry black man."
Read on for this week's selections.

Option A: "They've got to put them in jail and leave them in jail. Just leave them there for a week. ... Just say the paperwork got messed up." Brian Kilmeade against due process for protesters at RNC, FOX and Friends, 9/2/08


Option B: "Basically, the conservative theory is this: If Gov. Palin is successful, she will bring back traditional principles and reignite the social causes conservatives believe in. That, of course, angers the left, which wants to basically wipe out conservative beliefs. They fear a resurgence of traditional tenets. They fear what Gov. Palin could represent. So the attacks on Palin are almost unprecedented..." Independent Bill O'Reilly, The Factor, 9/3/08


Option C: "This over...it doesn't make any difference what she says." She "shot Bullwinkle and she can skin a polar bear." Don Imus on Sarah Palin, Your World w/Neil Cavuto, 9/4/08


Option D: "Um, Sarah Palin's appeal goes way beyond the fact that she's a woman and I gotta say, after Governor Sebelius, I think the Democrat bench gets, um, pretty narrow on attractive women. I don't think they can go face-to-face with Sarah Palin." Ann Coulter, Your World with neil Cavuto, 9/5/08


Option E: "(Sarah Palin) is the embodiment of what feminism is all about. She's a working mother, she's successful, her husband helps with the children. We should be excited about this, even if you don't support her." FOX News "Democrat" Kirsten Powers, Hannity & Colmes, 9/5/08