Skip to comments.Keith Olbermann's anti-President Bush 'speech'
Posted on 09/12/2006 7:21:11 PM PDT by freedom44
Someone was 'kind' enough to send me this rampage by Olbermann. Wow! Is all I have to say. I haven't witnessed such a barrage of childish attacks since high school. He refers to our President as an 'idiot' calling him a 'liar'. I always love to hear the other side that's what politics is about, but what kind of level has Olbermann sunk when he was resort to such petty name-calling? This guys is one of the most radical leftists I've seen yet, but one can be radical and use intelligent arguments to back their cause and still be wrong but this guy has really stepped over the line.
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Hey Keith: BOO!
You'd better care. He's a very influential man. His show is watched by hundreds of people. And yes, I stole that joke.
Olbermann is a putz's putz.
President Bush gave a great speech, Olbermann and the Democrats got a bad case of sour grapes.
What are his ratings, anyway?
I tried to find them earlier today after stumbling onto a rather disturbed blogger slobbering all over Olbermann's slurp.
How disturbed? He called Olbermann the next Edward R. Murrow.
The man is clearly in pain and is reaching out, striking back.............. And I'm tickled pink to see him so despondent at his party's being out of power and feeling so impotent.
I saw one of his diatribes, and it was sophistry in search of a thought process. There's something about him sitting there with that starched, salt and pepper "I'm serious" hair style that's sprayed so stiff his sideburns would break off if he went out on a windy day, earnestly trying to formulate some kind of argument, that makes me want to laugh out loud.
When we were kids growing up in Detroit, the night before Halloween was called Devil's Night. Back in the 60s it was a night for fun and pranks. Anyway, we used to get one of those brown paper grocery bags and go around gathering olbermann from the lawns and alleyways around town. We'd fill the bags full of olberman, set 'em on someone's front porch, set 'em on fire, and ring the doorbell. Some poor guy would come out, see the fire, then start stomping on the olberman, invariably getting his shoes all covered with the stuff.
YouTube is great for this type of material. Not many watch
Olberman, the video shows why. Where he is not a buffoon he is pretentious.
Which says a lot.
Hoohoohooo. Olbermann believes he's Rod Serling, complete with the melodrama and mixed metafors. Talk about bad writing. Peeuuw. Even so, he's helping get out the word that liberalism is absolutely a mental disorder. "Shame on you, President Bush!" BWAAA
I could be wrong, but I believe Olberman is German for 'Dick with ears'
If you read THE FORCE OF REASON by Oriana FAllaci you will hear how the left has destroyed Europe.
We are doomed.
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I watched almost the whole thing and can honestly say that that was the most shameful, hateful, vomit inducing, pathetic "newscast" I have ever seen.
Blah blah blah, Bush is an idiot, blah blah blah, Machiavellian, blah blah blah, Bush is a liar, blah blah blah, 9/11 was Bush's fault. Those were just some of the things this so called journalist said while literally getting more hysterical by the minute. Anyone who can EVER take MSNBC as a serious news source again after watching this display by their top "star" needs to have his head examined.
While I was watching this something struck me. Isn't this the same exact kind of insane rambling, almost verbatim, we hear every so often from people like Castro, Kim Jong Il, Ahmanijacketman, bin Laden, Hugo Chavez, etc. Seriously, if I had only read this diatribe without knowing who was responsible for it I would have thought it came from one of them. Or Howard Dean. And the leftists say that Fox is biased. What a joke.
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