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On Thursday's Hour of Spin, Keith had to break from his prepared text because Judith Miller was released from the pokey. After chatting that up with Pete Williams, Olby decided it was time to call in one of his Rogue's Gallery to get things back on track. So Richard Wolffe of Newsweek showed up to sing from KO's sheet music, touting the great achievements of Joe Wilson as if he had never been caught in his own lies and discredited. Wolffe also referred to the "16 false words" in the State of the Union speech, an exercise in irony since the words in question weren't false, and therefore Wolffe's words are. No challenge by Olby of course; no tough questions permitted for members of the Olbermann echo chamber.
In his nightly FEMA-bashing statement, Olby noted:
For the smallest rural areas in SouthEast Texas, the situation has been worse. Some officials say they saw relief convoys passing them by on the way to other localities.
No kidding. Might that possibly be because in a crisis, you bypass smaller communities to get to the major population centers first? Otherwise you might never make it to those centers. Of course, suppose FEMA had taken the opposite tack, and sent its relief to towns of 8,000 people while leaving the large cities and urban centers waiting? Any guesses as to how Olby would have reacted to that?
Perhaps because of all the breathless reporting on Judith Miller's prison break, Olby didn't get around to the "worst person in the world". Either that, or he didn't have time to check out the George Soros websites before the Hour of Spin aired.