O'REILLY: Now, you don't think Harry [Reid] has any fascination to him at all? Zero?
MILLER: No, I think he's a stiff every time I see him speak. I keep expecting the "CSI" team to come out and put a chalk outline around him. My top three fascinating people — my top three fascinating people this year are Ayn Rand, because I think she's at the front of an objectivist movement that's coming in this country. It's exhibited through No. 2 on my list, which is John Q. Public, as exhibited by these people at the tea party. And the No. 1 fascinating person to me, as it is every year, is the American man and woman in our military forces who afford us the opportunity to sit back here and have capricious endeavors like top 10 lists at the end of the year.
I still miss Miller's old shows, especially his "The Big Picture" segment at the end. I recall one "Big Picture" photo showing the pope in discussion with someone, and holding his hand up in emphasis with his thumb and forefinger spread about two inches apart (as in demonstration). Miller's quick take: "John Paul explains to a Vatican visitor... why he first joined the priesthood"
Well... maybe you had to be there.
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