Not surprisingly, much of the talk last week on Fox was about Syria. But that didn't mean the talk had to be sensibile, fair and balanced! Not on Fox News! So here are the latest nominees for the Outrageous Quote of the Week. Which will you choose this time?
And the nominees are...
Oliver North, revealing what he thinks most important about the crisis in Syria: "(W)orst of all, it distracts us from things like the Benghazi, the IRS, all of those investigations like NSA spying and now we’ve got tomorrow, the anniversary of what happened on 9/11/01."
Martha MacCallum offering a rather unique interpretation of the civil war in Syria: “(It) may be more than just a current foreign policy problem, with some seeing signs of biblical prophecy of the apocalypse in events that are unfolding overseas. Passages in the Old Testament even make reference to Damascus falling ruin, sparking world wide conflict that some say leads to the coming of the Messiah.”
Michele Bachmann, offering her special take on Obama's Middle East policy: “Any time, in any nation that (the Obama administration) could choose the side of the Muslim Brotherhood, they’ve chosen the side of the Muslim Brotherhood. …It’s bizarre.”
Eric Bolling’s brown-nosing suggestion after (which he probably cribbed from BuzzFeed) for President Obama: “How many lives may have been saved if President Obama just went to Putin when Roger Ailes suggested?”
Bill O’Reilly, giving his explanation behind his theory that black crime is rising: “Young black men are angry they don’t have a father around!”
Grant Cardone, a business expert giving his analysis of President Obama’s handling of Syria: “I was more impressed with Miley Cyrus’ leadership over the last two weeks than I have been with Barack Obama’s.”
Psychiatrist Keith Ablow, “analyzing” the causes of mass shootings: "It’s maddening because guns are irrelevant to this problem. All of these killers… are mentally ill. We have a crumbled mental health care system that can’t address them. But more than that, we’re exposing people most at risk to a new and toxic drug called ‘virtual entertainment’ and the worst of it are these violent video games."
Putin fer POTUS!
My vote is for the moron Allblow.
I guess this what one can expect from those whose heads have been exploded. There’s no other possible explanation for the insanity these creatures dribble from their mindless heads each and every week.
Amongst such seasoned Masters of Malevolence, Grant Cardone has little chance of winning, but I always like to encourage the rookies.
Went with Ablow’s totally off-the-wall scale of values.