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'Countdown with Keith Olbermann' for Dec. 17, 2004
Host: Keith Olbermann
THE NEW INTELLIGENCE BILL-WILL IT BE A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION TOWARDS TRUE INTELLIGENCE REFORM?: Larry Johnson, former CIA operative and former deputy director of the State Department's Office of Counter-terrorism
THE CONTINUING CRITICISM OF DONALD RUMSFELD: Eric Schmitt, Pentagon reporter, New York Times
THE CELEBREX CONTROVERSY-WILL IT STILL BE SOLD EVEN AFTER STUDIES HAVE SHOWN IT CAN CAUSE HEART PROBLEMS?: Bernadine Healy, former president and CEO of Red Cross, senior health writer, U.S. News & World Report
THE LATEST ON THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN THE UKRAINE: Richard Wolffe, diplomatic correspondent, Newsweek
"THE APPRENTICE" FINALE-KELLY WINS: Amy Henry and Nick Warnock, former "Apprentice" cast members
Read the transcript to the 8 p.m. ET show
Updated: TRANSCRIPT PENDING
OLBYWATCH GUIDE: A few cheap shots at Rudy Guiliani and Bernard Kerik, ex-spook and Countdown regular Larry Johnson to sandbag Bush for signing the new National Intelligence bill. Yes, this is the same bill that, according to the MSM, if not signed, would lead, in short order, to another 9/11. Recall that so long as the Kristen Breitweiser crowd was hyperventilating about it, this bill had to be signed immediately, without comment or discussion, by Bush. Not that Bush has signed it he alone is responsible for any flaws.
Dogs that didn't bark, in Olbyland Bush has still not been elected by the Ohio electors, Cliff Arnebeck is still about to file his lawsuit, and John Conyers is still on his "non-partisan" crusade for voting integrity (but only in Ohio).