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Iím a Compassionate Liberal But I Wish You Were All Dead Award (for media hatred of conservatives) 


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"Can Ken Starr ignore the apparent breadth of the sympathetic response to the Presidentís speech? Facially, it finally dawned on me that the person Ken Starr has reminded me of facially all this time was Heinrich Himmler, including the glasses. If he now pursues the President of the United States, who, however flawed his apology was, came out and invoked God, family, his daughter, a political conspiracy and everything but the kitchen sink, would not there be some sort of comparison to a persecutor as opposed to a prosecutor for Mr. Starr?"
-- Keith Olbermann on MSNBCís Big Show, to Chicago Tribune Washington Bureau Chief James Warren, Aug. 18, 1998.

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Inside Washington host Tina Gulland: "I donít think I have any Jesse Helms defenders here. Nina?"
Nina Totenberg: "Not me, I think he ought to be worried about whatís going on in the Good Lordís mind, because if there is retributive justice, heíll get AIDS from a transfusion, or one of his grandchildren will get it."
-- National Public Radio and ABC News reporter Nina Totenberg reacting to Senator Jesse Helmsí claim that the government spends too much on AIDS research, July 8, 1995 Inside Washington.

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"The man is on the Court. You know, I hope his wife feeds him lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease. Well, thatís how I feel. He is an absolutely reprehensible person."
-- USA Today columnist and Pacifica Radio talk show host Julianne Malveaux on Justice Clarence Thomas, November 4, 1994 PBS To the Contrary.


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Justice Clarence Thomas accepting award on behalf of Julianne Malveaux

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