Friday Finals: Week's Winners and Losers

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It's the Friday Finals, the week's winners and losers as chosen by me, Heather and the rest of "The Big Story" staff. First the losers.

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper columnist who said church burning makes sense because the church is so oppressive. I know the Pacific Northwest is secular, but honestly, lady, get a life.

Former Mrs. Beatle Heather Mills for the "cry me a river" tour on British and U.S. TV. Lady, we don't feel sorry for you. And we don't buy all those tears.

The hubby cop whose wife is missing and ex-wife was found dead. Wearing the bandana mask only made himself look worse and that was pretty difficult. I don't know if the guy is guilty, but everything he does makes him look guilty.

The woman who thinks she is the next president already, Hillary Clinton, for reminding everyone how committed she is to non-committal and complaining that Tim Russert was too tough. You have to be able to answer Russert if you want to be president. Period.

Tucker Chapman, bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman's son, for dumping Father's Day as just too much bother.

Those are the big losers of the week. Now the winners.

President George W. Bush for calling out Congress on and Code Pink. Congress is a prisoner of the far, far left and the Dems should be called on it.

Congratulations to Obama, Edwards and Dodd for morphing into Tancredo immigration warriors. It only happens when they debate Hillary, but every little bit helps.

The big winner is Paul McCartney for getting rid of the whiner ex-wife. Paul, it's only money. You have so much of it. Think of your sanity.

And our final winner is Rudy Giuliani. He wins mostly by luck, but it is great to have a Hillary implosion fall into your lap. The gods were smiling on Rudy.

Those are the Friday Finals, the winners and losers of the week.

That's My Word.

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