Most outrageous conservative comments, from Media Matters

Wednesday, December 27, 2006 at 03:47 PM

In honor of the coming new year, Media Matters has collected 2006's most outrageous comments by conservative "commentators."  My favorites (use th link for the entire list):

Do your duty. Make more babies. That's a lesson drawn out of two interesting stories over the last couple of days. First, a story yesterday that half of the kids in this country under five years old are minorities. By far, the greatest number are Hispanic. You know what that means? Twenty-five years and the majority of the population is Hispanic. Why is that? Well, Hispanics are having more kids than others. Notably, the ones Hispanics call 'gabachos' -- white people -- are having fewer.
Fox's John Gibson on 5-11-06
That's why the department store dummy named Wolf Blitzer, a Jew who was born in Israel, will do the astonishing act of being the type that would stick Jewish children into a gas chamber to stay alive another day. He's probably the most despicable man in the media next to Larry King, who takes a close runner-up by the hair of a nose. The two of them together look like the type that would have pushed Jewish children into the oven to stay alive one more day to entertain the Nazis.
Syndicated radio host Michael Savage, on 8-7-06.
Because we are sympathetic, we are compassionate people, we have responded by letting our government literally feed these people to the point of obesity. At least here in America, didn't teach them how to fish, we gave them the fish. Didn't teach them how to butcher a -- slaughter a cow to get the butter, we gave them the butter. The real bloat here, as we know, is in -- is in government.
The amazing Rush Limbaugh, telling his audience why America has an epidemic of obesity, on 8-29-06.

Well, I would have to say as a Christian that I believe any belief system, any world view, whether it's Zen Buddhism or Hinduism or dialectical materialism for that matter, Marxism, that keeps persons captive and keeps them from coming to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, yes, is a demonstration of satanic power.
Christian radio show host (and President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) Albert Mohler, on 3-17-06.

Cindy Sheehan. That's a pretty big prostitute there, you know what I mean?
Glenn Beck, radio & television host, on 1-10-06.