Skip to comments.Bush 41 Calls Maddow and Olbermann “Sick Puppies”
Posted on 10/19/2009 10:19:25 AM PDT by HorowitzianConservative
The 41st President of the United States joins NewsReal in the goal of keeping the cable guys honest. He has recognized and called out both Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann for being sick puppies for their vicious style of personal attacks. We at NewsReal having been pointing out the false journalism of those two since our inception.
Heres a video with part of his quote and Maddow and Olbermanns response
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But, but, but... Weren’t we just told by his maximum highness, Lord Totus, that it’s FOX that’s not the news network?
Last I knew, neither of these twits worked anywhere near FOX.
...sick puppies have a different tone. Their scream is often louder and more forlorn. :}
I find the thought of Bush 41 using the term “Sick Puppies” to describe those two kind of funny myself...
George Bush and Roger Ales “played the scam on Dan Rather”?
What did he say? Dan Rather was punked? Rager Ales and George Bush set him up?
And I thought Carl Rove was the magnificant genius.
This show is not unique from any other show either of them host. Only the subject of their cynical blather about the right is different.
I thought his term “sick puppies” was a reference to their sexual orientation.
Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann might be haters - but they can own an NFL team if they want one - and both would be treated in a Florida Hospital if they had the flu...
I forgot which one is which, oh that’s right, Maddow is the masculine-looking one.
LOL. The reports are KO is “hung” like a flea. No wonder he is so bitter and nasty.
Maddow is a female and a female dog is a bi@#h. Therefore George was calling her a bit$h in a polite way.
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