We’ve got another full slate of outrageousness for you to mull over and choose from this week. We’ve got deceit, the war on Christmas, a double dose of “Democratic policies are cancer” talk and more. Also, in what may an OQOTW first, we’ve got three entries from one segment.
Once again, dear readers, you’ve got your work cut out for you. Because while many can be nominated, only one can be the Fox News Outrageous Quote of the Week! This week's nominees are:
Tony Perkins: “This administration, the Obama administration, I believe, all evidence would suggest that they’re on a search and destroy mission when it pertains to religious liberty.”
Chris Wallace’s framing of a discussion about ObamaCare with a Republican Party activist in Georgia. “What are folks outside of the Beltway saying?”
Neil Cavuto suggesting messaging for spending cuts: “I mean they wouldn’t have to call it cutting spending. They could say, you know, curtailing a cancer on America’s soul. That might work.”
Eric Bolling, continuing the”cancer” theme: “Liberalism, kind of like a cancer. It doesn’t necessarily go away, maybe it goes into remission.”
Sarah Palin: “There is an inherent link between faith and freedom and if we are not allowed to exercise our expression of faith, whatever that faith may be, then we will be a less, less free country. And much of this has to do with the ability, the right, the opportunities to celebrate the real reason that we have Christmas, Jesus is the reason for the season and those who are so politically correct, who would say, ‘Eww, you gotta, you can’t say that anymore or you’re gonna get sued,’ well, I’m empowering people to understand that no, we have our constitutional protected rights to stand up and celebrate the way that we deem necessary.”
Megyn Kelly while continually interrupting her guest, Affordable Care Act advocate, Dr Ezekiel Emanuel; “Let’s have a question and answer. The interview works better that way.”
Bill O’Reilly, suggesting that President Obama is not pro-Christian enough because he is not fighting the War on Christmas: “We don’t see that kind of defense from the president. For example, we’ve never seen him say, ‘Why don’t you knock off the anti-Christmas business? It’s really wrong for the nation.’ I’ve never heard him say it.”
Jonathan Hoenig: “Government is force and that’s what makes it wrong in the realm of health care. I mean, ObamaCare is force. …I’d say the same thing about Social Security and Medicare and Medicaid as well. I mean, it’s force against doctors, it’s force against patients, it’s force against hospitals, it’s force against every single American.”
Kimberly Guilfoyle calling the kettle black: “It just really begs the question, is (Obama) the worst president ever? He’s certainly the most destructive president we’ve had in terms of tearing apart this country and all of the freedoms that we have fought for.”
I voted for new gal KKKimberly. Since Jabba the Ailes started to sign her paychecks, she has not had a single thought that didn’t emanate from his bowels.