Archive for October 29th, 2007

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The Telegraph’s Top 100 Most Influential Liberals And Conservatives

October 29, 2007

I think that The Telegraph is paying homage to Casey Kasem, by choosing dramatize the results of their pseudo-scientific ranking system in this top 100 list, as for now we only get to see 81-100. 

Today, we publish those ranked 81 to 100 on each list. On Tuesday, we will publish 61 to 80, on Wednesday 41 to 60 and on Thursday 21 to 40 before concluding on Friday with the Top 20 Most Influential Conservatives and the Top 20 Most Influential Liberals in America today.

I don’t know about you, but the suspense is killing me!  Actually, it’s just a silly gimmick to sell more newspapers (of course).  Anyway…

Conservatives

81. TONY PERKINS
82. BILL O’REILLY
83. PEGGY NOONAN
84. ANN COULTER
85. CLARENCE THOMAS
86.JEB BUSH
87. MICHAEL BARONE
88. TED OLSON
89. SENATOR LARRY CRAIG
90. REUEL MARC GERECHT
91. MARK SANFORD
92. COLONEL OLIVER NORTH
93. MICHELLE MALKIN
94. CLIFFORD MAY
95. HENRY KISSINGER
96. RON PAUL
97. CHRISTOPHER BUCKLEY
98. ERIK PRINCE
99. WILLIAM MCGURN
100. GENERAL PETER PACE

Liberals

81. JON STEWART
82. GEORGE CLOONEY
83. JULIAN BOND
84. HOWARD DEAN
85. TED KENNEDY
86. DEBBIE DINGELL
87. ELLEN MALCOLM
88. REV AL SHARPTON
89. ARTUR DAVIS
90. DAVID GEFFEN
91. PATTI SOLIS DOYLE
92. DICK DURBIN
93. BOB SHRUM
94. DAVID BROCK
95. HAROLD FORD
96. JANE HARMAN
97. STROBE TALBOTT
98. CINDY SHEEHAN
99. CELINDA LAKE
100. ROBERT GREENWALD

I’m not sure what to make of the list so far, other than to point out that it’s a “top 100” list of influential Americans compiled by a British paper. Oh well, I guess it’s as good a subject as any to try out our new WPPBA tool:

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