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Do you sometimes get the impression that Keith Olbermann still hasn't gotten over the last Presidential election? That on weekends he still travels down to Ohio to dig through rotted-out ballot boxes looking for a few more Kerry votes? Far be it from us to suggest so, but it's interesting to note how he referenced governmental leaders in his opening segment:
Dana Milbank, shorn of funny clothes and clown makeup, said it "looks like" the administration was circumventing the law in not having an automatic 45-day delay. He did not reveal where he obtained his law degree. Then it was on to The Great Leak Case, and that means the discredited David Shuster haunted the Countdown set once again.
The #4 slot was South Dakota voting to outlaw most abortions. Pete Williams gave a prognosis, Olby pronounced the law "draconian", and a good time was had by all. After another serving of "oddball", KO decided to rattle off prewar criticisms of the Iraq plan, citing what Colin Powell said to "Mister" Bush, and saying, see? He was right! After a regurgitated NBC report, Olby brought in another MSM reporter, Michael Weiskopf of Time, for a predictable go-round. Iraq needs a tyrant, according to Mike, to hold the country together. KO mentioned, for what seemed like the 89th time, that Bush had been warned this would happen.
The Great Britain bank robbery was #2, via another rerun from NBC News. Then it was celebrities and doggie doo as an energy source. In the Media Matters Minute, Rush Limbaugh was a runner-up, and Bill O'Reilly (attack #62) was "worst". Once again, he managed to finger both a conservative and a Fox News employee, keeping alive the Guiness-worthy streak of a liberal or a Democrat never doing anything that qualifies as "worst". And it was a double-header for the Soros site, which will soon pay Olby back by giving him the agreed-upon publicity.
That's The Hour of Spin for this, the 8th day of the Keith Olbermann CoverUp.