Published October 05, 2007
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It's the Friday Finals, the week's winners and losers as chosen by me and Heather and "The Big Story" staff. First the winners and the reasons why.
Hillary. She was the big winner of the week. Thirty-three points ahead of Obama and Edwards. As Don Meredith used to sing on Monday Night Football: "Turn out the lights, the party's over."
Danny Bonaduce, big winner. He slammed some guy to the floor who was being annoying. I think Danny should get a medal. The cops let him go.
Rush Limbaugh, huge winner. Twisting his words, lefties tried to get the MoveOn stink off themselves by transferring it to Limbaugh. It didn't work. These ratings are through the roof, I bet.
9/11 truthers and Ron Paul. The 9/11 truthers evidently raised millions for Ron Paul. Why doesn't he just admit that he's with them, blaming the U.S. government for the 9/11 attacks?
Now the losers, chosen by me and Heather and our staff, and the reasons why.
First, Media Matters and David Brock. This week they tried to lie their way into a Senate condemnation of Rush. Democratic senators fell for it.
Mohamed Al Fayed, huge loser. "Diana was pregnant so the Royal Family had her killed." Oops, she was on the pill. There goes that conspiracy.
Hip-hoppers preaching "no snitching" are also big losers. Over 300 dead black men in Philly alone, and the cops can't get witnesses to testify. Whose fault? Hip-hoppers and their "no snitching" rule.
Obama's no flag pin deal seems so desperate. Now he's running for vice president, trying to convince Hillary she needs a far lefty on the ticket? Puhlease. Spare me. Put on the pin and get over it.
And those are the week's winners and losers.
That's My Word.
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