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"COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN" (8:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. ET)
Host: Keith Olbermann
Why did the infamous, deplorable Keith Olbermann delay a story for an entire day before he reported it? That answer is coming, but first... Rev Oralmann mounted the pulpit and delivered the opening spiel: the attack on Cheney, "Blame the Media!", the military is not ready, Al Gore attacked by "right wing water carriers", fat children, Barry Bonds, and internet videos.
First up: the suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan, Bad News from Iraq, an attack on Laura Bush for criticizing the media. Dana Milbank, without weird wardrobe, talked about CYA and resurgent Talibanis. Liberal Olbermann asked "where's the credibility?" Great thanks.
Peter Pace says military readiness declined. Obligatory clips of press hectoring Snow. To discuss the "escalation" [Ding!]: Patrick Murphy (D). [Updated: The List: it's really getting ridiculous!] When was the last time somebody who supported sending reinforcements was interviewed on The Hour of Spin? Let's see, that would be...NEVER! Liberal Monkeymann demanded to know what the Congress would do "bindingly" to lose the war. Murphy said we need more troops in Afghanistan. Wait, isn't that an "escalation"? No, on OlbyPlanet it's only an escalation if it's in Iraq. Great thanks.
#4: The Taliban spring offensive, analyzed by Venzke, who is not exactly a favorite of the Kos kids. His analysis was shockingly straightforward for The Hour of Spin, so liberal KO dispensed with him in record time.
Though he hasn't reported the 31 all-time record highs the Dow has hit since October, after oddball liberal "Man on Fan" Oralmann served up this (regarding the stock market fall): "Fox Noise insisted the dropoff was because of the assassination attempt on Vice-President Cheney". Another Olbermann Lie, and we have no idea what Blue Blog was reckless enough to print this fabrication. But it was obviously a good enough "source" for liberal Olbermahn.
The next segment raised the question: why did liberal Keith wait 24 hours to report a story everyone covered yesterday? A two-part answer. A) Olbermann Watch slammed him for spiking Gore's energy usage yesterday and he was shamed into dealing with it today. B) It took 24 hours for Olby to get the spin together to blame it all on--all together now--the "right-wing!" (Blue Blog Sources: Think Progress and Media Matters). Everything reported by the Tennessee Center for Policy Research was therefore "a lie". That's called "journalism" on OlbyPlanet. Cillizza pandered. Great thanks.
#2: Fat kids (regurgitated video), Anna Nicole Smith, Barry Bonds, baseball cards; #1: Internet videos. Media Matters Minute: Ann "Coultergeist" (Blue Blog Source: Media Matters).
Quiescent canines: Not much of a surprise here. Even thought it's co-written by frequent Countdown guest Jim VandeHei, this article got spiked by the infamous, deplorable one. Meanwhile, while Monkeymann has railed loud and long against "hate speech" by the eeevil "right-wingers" and "neocons", guess whose hate speech he has been totally silent about? And c'mon, Keithy Boy--be a man. Report this.
Olbermann's book The book that bears Olberman's name sunk to #8,516 at amazon.com, while "Culture Warrior" is #317. (It's that 2-for-$25 sale!) The OlbyTome is #2,540 at Barnes & Noble; O'Reilly's book is #1,163 there, and is now in its 21st week on the New York Times bestsellers list. Even with all the hype and frenzied emails to the usual blue blog echo chamber, Monday's Countdown, with its pivot-happy Special Education Komment, lost by more than three to one to the eeevil Nazi swine O'Reilly. The Hour of Spin just barely eeked out a second place finish both in total viewers and in the critical, beloved, all-important, coveted "key demo".