Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Must See Olberman Commentaries

First....... Blogger Sucks. If you need to search a term on the web I encourage you to use Yahoo. Far superior to Google. Google has all the branding but a shitty product and everything they touch turns to shit.... AND they have recently become large donors to the GOP. Fuck Google and Fuck Google's Blogger.

Today was going to be all Oblerman because he's been doing a little something called 'journalism' of late. A lot of you won't know this term... you may not even be able to comprehend the letters of the word in their order. I realize it is an alien concept. Most of you only know 'fair and balanced'. But, journalism, as it is called, in the past, has been a successful way to safeguard the public from governments that want to get naughty.

Before we get to Olberman, I want you to take a look at why you should vote for the Democrats.... any Democrat.... every Democrat come this November. I present to you Michael J. Fox:

Pretty powerfull, huh? Let's see what the 'fair and balanced' folks have to say about Michael J. Fox, shall we?
"'I stated when I saw the ad, I was commenting to you about it, that he was either off the medication or he was acting. He is an actor, after all.'"
This is coming from some who sure knows his medication, boy howdy! Stephen Hawkins is just a lazy son-of-a-bitch ridin' around in that chair of his, huh, Rush?


On to Olberman...

Watch his latest special comment here. The link takes you directly to a MOV. Give a second to load. So good, so powerful.

Olbermann news commentaries target Bush:
"NEW YORK - Keith Olbermann's tipping point came on a tarmac in Los Angeles six weeks ago. While waiting for his plane to take off he read an account of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's speech before the American Legion equating Iraq War opponents to pre-World War II appeasers.

The next night, on Aug. 30, Olbermann ended his MSNBC 'Countdown' show with a blistering retort, questioning both the interpretation of history and Rumsfeld's very understanding of what it means to be an American.

It was the first of now five extraordinarily harsh anti-Bush commentaries that have made Olbermann the latest media point-person in the nation's political divide.

'As a critic of the administration, I will be damned if you can get away with calling me the equivalent of a Nazi appeaser,' Olbermann told The Associated Press. 'No one has the right to say that about any free-speaking American in this country.'"
Now, take a look at his comments on the Military Torture Act recently signed into law by Putz in Chief:

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