Keith Olbermann rocks!

Aug. 30, 2006 | 8:34 p.m. ET
Feeling morally, intellectually confused?
The man who sees absolutes, where all other men see nuances and shades of meaning, is either a prophet, or a quack.

Donald H. Rumsfeld is not a prophet.

Mr. Rumsfeld’s remarkable speech to the American Legion yesterday demands the deep analysis-and the sober contemplation-of every American.

For it did not merely serve to impugn the morality or intelligence — indeed, the loyalty — of the majority of Americans who oppose the transient occupants of the highest offices in the land. Worse, still, it credits those same transient occupants — our employees — with a total omniscience; a total omniscience which neither common sense, nor this administration’s track record at home or abroad, suggests they deserve.

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0 thoughts on “Keith Olbermann rocks!”

  1. Keith Olbermann joined the lunatic fringe a long time ago. That’s probably why his ratings SUCK. And if you disagree with him, he will tell you to “go kill yourself” or “go f### your mother”.

  2. Holy crap, Miller. There was one day when a “repeat” Factor show got lower ratings than Olby’s Countdown. You’re going to celebrate over that???
    Think of this basketball analogy: One year, Georgetown beats the University of Bismarck 136-19. Next year, Georgetown ONLY beats the University of Bismarck 118-40. Ohmigosh, it’s all over for Georgetown, here comes the University of Bismarck. Woo-hoo! Gimme a break. The ratings spread between the two shows is still astronomical.

  3. Anonymous, you are going to have to get used the sad fact that Faux news channel is in freefall.
    The largest decline was suffered by Greta Van Susteran’s On The Record (-22%), followed closely by O’Reilly (-21%). Hannity & What’s His Name took the Bronze (-17%). Of the MSNBC programs opposite those losers, Olbermann’s Countdown was the biggest gainer (55%), which I’m sure doesn’t bother O’Reilly at all. And as HoJoe Lieberman found out, trends matter. Faux News is in
    deep shit, & Rupert Murdoch is reported to be taking heads.
    Make all the sports analogies you want, it won’t go away.

  4. My basketball analogy stands, pal. Fox News is still kicking everybody’s butts and will continue to do so.

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