Politicians, pundits and pop stars quiz: See if you can tell the difference based on these quotes

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5. MORRISSEY or MORSI? Whether conservatively confident or flamboyantly flagrant, if you're going to be in the public eye, then you have to look the part. So who was it, the most famous member of the James Dean fan-club or the most famous member of the Muslim Brotherhood, that chiseled this commandment against hippies: "Long hair is an unpardonable offense which should be punishable by death"?

6. ALLEN WEST or KANYE WEST? Lawmakers and music-makers often view themselves in grandiose historical terms, sometimes plotting out their legacy long before they've accomplished enough to warrant a footnote. So who was it, the producer turned mega-star or the Iraq War colonel turned Tea Party star, that gave us this quote: "I'm here as the modern-day Harriet Tubman, to kind of lead people on the Underground Railroad, away from that plantation into a sense of sensibility"?

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