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  • I've heard so many comparisons to Nazi Germany's "may I see your papers, please," that I feel as though I'm in a bad rerun of Hogan's Heroes with Colonel Klink.

    Charles Karel Bouley: America the Absurd

  • Zogby is like the Colonel Klink of pollsters when it comes to correctly calling these "late breaking trends:" whatever wire in the bomb he says to cut, clip the other one.

    Poll: Obama Ahead In Pennsylvania

  • But everyone once in awhile something comes along that cries out for a Colonel Klink accent and a rousing chorus of Springtime For Hitler.

    Larry Beinhart: Springtime in Guantanamo

  • Anyone with a lick of sense would cash in their chips first thing Monday and look for capital's Elysium Fields overseas or as far as possible from the circus sideshow now run by G-Sax ringleader, Colonel Klink.

    BAILOUT OF BUSH ECONOMIC FAILURE NOT WARRANTED

  • Were it not for the fact Colonel Klink was even more clueless than he the whole operation would've gone up in smoke thanks to his idiocy.

    "Ladies! Please!"

  • Office of War Information, and include shots of Marines raising the flag on Iwo Jima, MacArthur returning to the Philippines, and Colonel Klink unwittingly letting a prisoner escape in the trunk of his car.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • I either tend to start playing in the rhythm I'm speaking or speaking in the rhythm that I'm playing, and then I start sounding like Colonel Klink and it's -- yeah.

    Reflections of a 'Piano Girl'

  • It's Toobworld's theory that Colonel Klink would have escaped execution by "volunteering" to be a guinea pig in a Nazi cryogenic experiment conducted by Professor Amadeus.

    ASKIN: ABOUT BURKHALTER'S FATE

  • Christopher Barker is the commodore of copper and the Colonel Klink of zinc.

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • CAPS is Christopher Barker is the commodore of copper and the Colonel Klink of zinc. blogging actively and acting Foolishly within the CAPS community under the username

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

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