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As I surf around I run cross various links that don't really warrant their own post but are KO-relevant nonetheless so in the interest of completness and because it's a Friday afternoon and I want to clean up my KO file here they are....
Some old anti- OlbermannWatch that made me laugh...and which are even funnier because like all liberal loons this blogger blathered on six months ago and then did nothing. To quote Nelson - "har, har"
Three posts from Things I passionately dislike
Bob Cox's obessesion with Keith Olbermann continues to be relentless. In his recent entry on Olbermannwatch, Coxxy scolds Keith for showing a montage of clips of federal officials, yet not showing any of the local officials. Perhaps he should have done so, yes, but the slap face is the comment about "OlbyPlanet."
Bob Cox is at it again. Obviously bored because no self-respecting pre-school anywhere will take him, he has nothing better to do with his time than attack Keith Olbermann on Olbermannwatch
Mr. Cox, just a fair warning. Everytime you update Olbermannwatch, you can expect a reply from me. And believe me, I will expose the truth. I will keep my blog going on other topics, but be warned; I am keeping an eye on you.
This IS a classic and well worth the read...
April 3, 2006 -- Oppression of journalists in the United States. Get used to it until Bush and his gang are gone. Three incidents point to continued White House-inspired oppression of journalists who oppose vocally and in writing the policies of the Bush regime. For those who constantly criticize the main stream media for their lack of spine, three incidents point to the fact that some in the main stream are and have put much on the line, including their jobs, in going after the Bush tyranny.
Then there is the silly (but apparently well-coordinated) campaign by Bill O'Reilly to have MS-NBC's Keith Olbermann fired. O'Reilly's campaign has now been joined by a web site called Olbermann Watch. The Olbermann Watch was registered on November 29, 2004 by a New Rochelle, NY-based blog called The National Debate that has links to various right-wing blogs, including, you guessed it, the Drudge Report, which received one of Mr. Green's leaked emails. There is enough here that points to a RICO civil suit against these right-wing bloggers and operatives who are engaged in a conspiracy intent on harassing anti-Bush journalists and seeking to have them fired.
I can think of two current TV news show hosts who still seem to work hard at maintaining their integrity: Keith Olbermann, who takes on the propaganda machine each weeknight in his "Worst Person in the World" segment on MSNBC's "Countdown"; and Bob Costas, who refused to host an episode of CNN's "Larry King Live" because the topic of the show was the already overdone disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
A commenter to this post writes:
The best website is www.olbermannwatch.com
"If you want the truth about this wack job
Rush is slime but that makes him the "Worst Person in the World"
I think Olby is the Worst person in the world for sinking to the depths of Rush with hate speech."
We may be fairly accused of beating up on cable news, but it's hard to resist when cable news beats up on itself. Case in point: the O'Reilly/Olbermann smackdown. Keith Olbermann, host of MSNBC's "Countdown," has a weekly segment called [CHUCKLES] "The Worst Person in the World," and frequently awards that honor to Bill O'Reilly, of Fox's "O'Reilly Factor." Recently, O'Reilly cracked. He said anyone who spoke Olbermann's name on his program would hear from "Fox Security" and apparently, at least one caller to his radio show already has. We gathered actual tape of the feuding hosts, set their voices to music, and yes, embellished the tale just a little. Think of it as "Behind the Music" for cable news nerds
Just because these people are deranged does not mean they can't come up with a good web page, after all even a blind squirrel finds an acorn every now and then. I only wish they'd indicate how comprehensive this page is - do the names include EVERY guest on the show?
Dan Patrick exposes "Liberal Keith" on ESPN Radio on March 30, 2006
"Let's just drop that...", says Keith.
Ever wonder how a KO fan would write up a Countdown review? Wonder no more in this post from April 10th, 2006.
Of MSNBC's Keith Olbermann - with whom he shares a penchant for provoking Bill O'Reilly whenever possible - he says "I love Keith. I think he's really funny. And I think he's very smart. I like his politics. Clearly he's one of the few people who doesn't allow the kind of intimidation by this White House that they do. They basically say "If you don't tow the line, we won't give you our guests. You won't have access to Cheney and all.' And he says "screw it.'"
Buffalo News edits OlbermannWatch out of Kurtz profile of KO.