DURST: Who's the Bigger Bigot?

"Once again its time to play; 'Who's The Bigot?'Senator McCain, first question goes to you. When Governor Bush recently spoke at Bob Jones University, who'd he defame more: A. Jews. B. Blacks. C. Catholics. D. Canadians.""I'm glad you asked that question Regis. The truest answer is he defamed the many proud Americans named Bob Jones without a prejudiced bone in their bodies who are looking for the real reformer and not a phony one who thinks he should be President through divine right.""Good answer. Weird but good. Governor Bush, which hero of the Republican Party did Senator McCain abuse more: Reverend Pat Robertson or Reverend Jerry Falwell?""Regis, I think we all know he offended Ronald Reagan the most by besmirching the good names of two of his best friends who stood by him in his hour of need instead of stabbing him in the back by comparing me to Clinton.""O-kaaay. Thanks. Ambassador Keyes, when Senator McCain and Governor Bush refused to comment on the flying of the Confederate flag over the South Carolina statehouse, did you see that as an ethical forfeiture or a slap against people of your race?""You honky poseur. How dare you ask a question like that when you and I and the rest of this good country know the question of race pales in the face of the moral authority of God, which I alone am able to articulate, and I say unto you ""Well, that seems to be all the time we have. Join us tomorrow when the Democratic candidates play 'Who's Gutting Social Security?'"Will Durst wants to play "Who Went to a State School?" with these guys.

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