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top MRC's DisHonor Awards
 
Roasting the Most Outrageously Biased Liberal Reporters of 2005
Thursday, March 30, 2006
Grand Hyatt Washington
 

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Award 1 Award 2 Award 3 Award 4 Award 5 Quote of the Year Tribute to the Military

    


Quote of the Year

Selected by audience participation
 

Ted Turner: "I am absolutely convinced that the North Koreans are absolutely sincere. Thereís really no reason for them to cheat [on nukes]....I looked them right in the eyes. And they looked like they meant the truth. I mean, you know, just because somebodyís done something wrong in the past doesnít mean they canít do right in the future or the present. That happens all the, all the time."
Wolf Blitzer: "But this is one of the most despotic regimes and Kim Jong-Il is one of the worst men on Earth. Isnít that a fair assessment?"
Turner: "Well, I didnít get to meet him, but he didnít look ó in the pictures that Iíve seen of him on CNN, he didnít look too much different than most other people Iíve met."
Blitzer: "But, look at the way, look at the way heís, look at the way heís treating his own people."
Turner: "Well, hey, listen. I saw a lot of people over there. They were thin and they were riding bicycles instead of driving in cars, butĖ"
Blitzer: "A lot of those people are starving."
Turner: "I didnít see any, I didnít see any brutality...."
ó Exchange on CNNís The Situation Room, September 19.
 

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Brent Bozell, joined on stage by Cal Thomas, Tony Blankley, Mark Levin and Larry Kudlow, judge the audience's preference for the Quote of the Year

Funny Clips


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Mark Levin presented a series of unintentionally humorous clips from network newscasts, including a "Never Used!" post-it on a CBS News Standards guidebook.
 

Closing Remarks from MRC's Bozell


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2006 DisHonors Awards Judges

 

 


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