I was unable to do the poll last week so I’m making up for it this week with two – two weeks in one. It’s a crowded slate, so let’s get right to it. Ready? Set? Go.
The nominees are...
Pat Buchanan, fear mongering about immigration: “We are headed down the road to a point in this country with people pouring in from every country and continent in the world, many of them coming in here, not knowing the language, understanding the language, not being part of our culture or civilization to the point where I think the United States of America is really, down the road, gonna head for balkanization and breakup.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano, suggesting Republicans impeach President Obama instead of suing him: “The president will laugh at this lawsuit, the courts will reject this lawsuit. It will take them years to resolve this lawsuit if they even accept the case. Impeachment will focus his attention immediately!”
Brian Kilmeade, “just asking” if President Obama might be to blame for the MH17 crash: “Has United States’ weakened foreign policy emboldened sinister forces around the world like the ones that blasted the flight MH Malaysian jetliner 17 out of the sky, killing all 298 people on board?”
Ralph Peters: “You know, (Obama) just doesn’t like America very much. He’s not grateful to it. He doesn’t like our system of government: the separation of powers – clearly he doesn’t like that. He’d much rather have the Hugo Chavez or Juan Peron model. He’s a man who doesn’t like our military, who believes America is the problem.”
Bill O’Reilly, “explaining” what’s the matter with President Obama: “I think he’s so disassociated from reality… that right now, President Obama is locked into this ideological fantasy world. The kind of world that they teach at Harvard. ...They teach a fantasy world at Harvard, a world of what should be. Not of what is. And therefore, when you see what is, you turn away and say, “You know, nah, nah, I’m not gonna deal with that.” I really believe that’s what’s causing all of this stuff.”
Greg Gutfeld, discussing a poll finding that Millennials approve of socialism: “No surprise, this silliness peaks in college, that incubator filled with academics who disguise coercion as compassion. They probably celebrated July 4th because it’s Tokyo Rose’s birthday.”
Sean Hannity’s classy interview technique: “Can you hear? …What part of this can’t you get through your thick head?”
Jeanine Pirro, stoking fear of Muslims during her critique of the Pope: “You need to worry. A reverse crusade is already underway, and some of those extremists are already in the United States."
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, claiming that the Clintons have disparaged a GOP candidate (when the “stalking” quote was made by Paul Begala): “The Clintons are calling you a stalker."
Bill OReilly, promoting another edited, Lila Rose sting video that shows nothing out of the ordinary: What we are about to show you is ultra disturbing.
Father Jonathan Morris, claiming that Obama hasn’t talked about the persecuted Iraq Christians: "Our president talks about a lot of stuff, we havent heard him talk about this.”
Megyn Kelly, scolding those who oppose the Hobby Lobby decision as “agenda driven pundits”: “Perhaps these ideologues should think a bit more before trying so hard to mislead and divide us.”
Megyn Kelly, claiming that women “abuse” the law regarding late term abortion: “The controversy there is that some women abused that when it was allowed and would get a doctor to say, yes, her health requires a late term abortion. And then this happened in the case of Dr. Tiller, who wound up murdered, that he was providing late term abortions based on health concerns, when you had a viable fetus, a baby...”
Bill OReilly, attacking those who are pro-choice: "Who are these people to reject human DNA?"