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"COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN" (8:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. ET)
Host: Keith Olbermann
The spin started in the opening spiel, with Olby making fun of the President in VietNam, introducing far-left Larry Korb as a former Reagan official, blather about "resuscitating" habeas corpus with everyone's favorite felon, the UCLA taser incident, and Cruise News!.
It's the end of the week, and by now everyone is sick and tired of hypocrisy, lies, and OlbySpin. So as a service to Olbermann Watch readers, we'll break from our usual format and bring you a Cliff Notes version of Countdown, freeze-dried and concentrated into the key bullet points of the night.
And there was one Olby News Alert:
Silent schnauzers: For the fourth day in a row it was another record high for the stock market today, with oil prices falling again to their lowest point of the year. But good economic news isn't news on OlbyPlanet. Neither, apparently, is the death of the man who has been heralded as the greatest economist of our time. Herr Olbermann was happy to herald a Time magazine report of "war crimes charges" to be filed against Donald Rumsfeld. Now Time is reporting the whole thing is "unlikely to proceed", but Edward R Olbermann has yet to report this update. And still KO refuses to tell his viewers how Jack Abramoff has pointed the finger of corruption at none other than Harry "The Body" Reid.
Olbermann's book The book that bears Olbermann's name slipped to #469 at amazon, while Mr Bill's "Culture Warrior" is #13. At Barnes & Noble the OlbyTome is tanking at #1,025, while O'Reilly's book has risen to #18. And Mr Bill's literary triumph sits in the #3 slot on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Wednesday night's spinorama wasn't that well received by sophisticated cable news viewers. Thursday night's Hour of Spin improved on the disastrous fourth place finish of Wednesday night, with what math types would call a for statistical dead heat for a distant second place, both in total viewers and in the critical, beloved, all-important, coveted "key demo". Tonight's MisterMeter reading: 6 [ELEVATED]