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Issue: "Truth or CAIR," March 22, 2003

I can't imagine anyone voting for me at this point.

Trash TV talk-show host and Democratic Senate hopeful Jerry Springer, at a party fundraiser, on obstacles to his bid to unseat Sen. George Voinovich (R-Ohio). A University of Cincinnati poll found that 71 percent of Ohio voters had an unfavorable opinion of Mr. Springer, the former mayor of Cincinnati.

It takes time to fabricate further falsehoods, but the truth takes only seconds to tell.

British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, in a March 7 speech to the United Nations Security Council, on the need to give Saddam Hussein a quick deadline for full disarmament.

I'm not becoming a Bible thumper. The reason I'm doing this is funding, to bring money to the station.

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Chris Dipaola, founder and president of WBLQ in Westerly, R.I., on changing the station's format to Christian music.

We're trying to figure out what kind of a disaster is taking place, and it's some guy trying to give the governor a two-for-one.

North Dakota Lt. Gov. Jack Dalrymple, after someone trying to sell two pizzas on special called the governor's new emergency telephone. Of the first three calls, one was a wrong number and two were from telemarketers. The governor's spokesman says the phone has been programmed to block nonemergency calls.


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