Thursday, August 31, 2006

Hooray for Olbermann

You've probably heard by now that Keith Olbermann put the big smackdown on Rumsfeld yesterday for his dunderheaded remarks about confused dissenters who don't remember the lessons of Hitler. If you somehow missed it, the transcript is available here or you can watch the video.

Word has it the right wingnuts of the screechosphere will be flooding MSNBC with hate mail so a call has gone out to the reality based community to show some support for Olbermann's courage in stepping forward to challenge Rummy on his Ambien-addled rhetoric. Please take a moment to thank Keith and tell MSNBC that we want more of his kind of journalism. Send a short note to these addresses:

viewerservices@msnbc.com

letters@msnbc.com

countdown@msnbc.com

KOlbermann@msnbc.com

dabrams@msnbc.com

[hat tip Jules Siegel]
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7 Comments:

Blogger Kvatch said...

You know...Olbermann made some great points, but calling Rumsfeld out as either insane or deluded was not one of them. Rumsfeld knows exactly what he is saying and doesn't care that it makes him look foolish.

What Rumsfeld does care about is keeping this administration in power, and if making historically indefensable arguments about fascism and appeasement will do that, then he's going to be all over it. He's just a cog in the Bu$hCo distortion machine.

7:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Rummy is a bad joke. I think he personifies what's wrong with the so called war on terror. Out of touch bureaucrats who have no understanding of modern day warfare.

12:19:00 PM  
Anonymous lester said...

it wasn't bad for a liberal

3:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

LOL Lester. I can never figure out which side of the fence you're really sitting on.

4:55:00 PM  
Anonymous romunov said...

If you liked Keith's rant, you'll love George's.

1:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Great post romunov.

11:26:00 AM  
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