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We had a bunch of these yesterday. Here's a few more.

Fox, Bill O'Reilly's show, November 15, 2007:

O'DONNELL: ... these groups admitted that the report that said, "Hey, yay, we cloned a monkey. Now we're using this to start cloning humans." We have to...

O'REILLY: Let them admit anything they want. But they won't do that here in the United States unless all craziness is going on.

O'DONNELL: They are -- they are doing that here in the United States. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they're already into this experiment.

It's true.

Pinky and the Brain

MSNBC, Scarborough's show, 3/23/2004:

C. O'DONNELL: I'll tell you, I just came back from the Middle East, and it was refreshing. With all that is going on, it was refreshing not to be constantly bombarded with smut all the time.

If America was as repressive (and regressive) as the Middle East, she'd be in heaven! But no, don't call them the American Taliban even though they pine for fundamentalist government!

And if there's one thing the Talibans can all agree on -- sex is icky!

"And to me, it's a very anti-human way to go about this. And what I mean about anti-human is even if the population is increasing, so what? So what? People aren't bad. When did humans become a bad thing? Why is it that we have to, you know, stop people from getting pregnant?" [The O'Reilly Factor, 1/6/06]

"We're doing a great disservice to our young people because the only protection is abstinence, as condoms have been proven fallible....The federal government should not be telling young people to use condoms....It's also an insult to teenagers, reducing them to the level of a dog that can't control its hormones." [Washington Times, 12/1/95]

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Fri Sep 17, 2010 at 08:16 AM PDT.

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