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Who is the most evil person of your lifetime? 

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Who is the most evil person of your lifetime?

Elly Green: Ann Coulter. She is the devil’s mistress.

Stephen Dark: At a friend’s wedding party in Argentina about 12 years ago, I met Admiral Emilio Massera. He was one of the key architects of a military junta that disappeared between 11,000 and 30,000 Argentines in the late 1970s. He and his fellow genocidists define “evil”—a self-serving cruelty bloated by an utter disdain for the value of human life.

Derek Carlisle: Miley Cyrus, aka Hannah Montana, aka Destiny Hope Cyrus. Evil incarnate, neither from Montana nor talented, this popster has my skin crawling every time I hear her try to outshine her sainted father Billy Ray.

Sarah Bailey: Dick Cheney. He scares the bejeezus outta me.

Derek Jones: King and queen homophobes Gayle Ruzicka and state Sen. Chris Buttars. Yes, I know this is an obvious answer, but these two frustrated closet-cases simply refuse to see reality while they blindly follow beliefs that they then twist to propagate hate and distrust in the world.

Ted Scheffler: Gee, that’s a tough one. Until Dick Cheney came along, I would have said that other dick: Richard Nixon. But most evil? Oh, wait! I almost forgot about Rachael Ray!

Susan Kruithof: George W. Bush. Think how different the world might be if Al Gore would have grown some balls and fought to be the rightful president of the United States. If only …

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