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    Olbermann Watch, "persecuting" Keith since 2004

    March 9, 2007
    OlbyLoon Letters to the Editor

    Upon learning of the apparent demise of Olbermann Watch, the OlbyLoons wasted no time flooding our mailbox with condolence emails. Enjoy this random sample...

    From: "Gilliam"
    Date: March 5, 2007 10:56:34 AM EST
    Subject: See YA!!!!!!!!!!!1

    From: jim mitchell
    Date: March 4, 2007 11:05:41 PM EST
    Subject: olbermann

    sure glad you lost your fight. Maybe the increase in ratings is occurring because the US population is starting to understand what FOX really is all about and how bad their news is.
    To bad you could not be like FOX and post bitter comments. I like a good laugh.

    Oh well. Back to my fav. show.


    Date: March 4, 2007 10:58:00 PM EST
    Subject: re:olbermannwatch

    The best humanitarian won. Watch the show you might learn something. I feel sorry for anyone who does not succeed or fulfill their goals. In your case I feel sorry for not reaching your goals (not about Olbermann but in general ... if you can understand that) but more for your orientation or lack of it toward humanity. I never heard of your .com until now. It was Olbermann who brought me to his show every night. His presentation of issues as they truly occur, his humanity, his caring, his intellect, his humor, and his ability to laugh off those who do not in anyway want to grow in intelligence or awareness. May you be granted the ability to see the light and move toward it. I guess people who care can win even in this pathetic, unfeeling, unintelligent, right leaning political climate. Good luck to all; and, try to see the truth, lose the hate, and learn that hating only begets hating! Perhaps you should consider a new website dedicated to soldiers in the field having proper armor, leadership, and important survival necessities. Remember the returning vets too as to their proper medical and emotional treatment. Perhaps visit a vet and say THANK YOU!

    From: Curt LD
    Date: March 4, 2007 9:00:08 PM EST
    Subject: Was this site for real??

    I just linked to your rip statement via Wonkette
    You maintained a website to trash this man's show??
    Do people really make a living doing this kind of stuff? (or at least try??)
    Is there any way to access the past blog content??

    So you know... I'm a huge fan of Countdown...
    I hate Fox News...
    I guess the best way to vote is (simply) with the remote???

    Date: March 4, 2007 6:21:41 PM EST
    Subject: GOOD RIDDANCE to you sir! Keith Olbermann is A NUMBER 1 ha ha ha neocon

    Date: March 4, 2007 5:54:37 PM EST
    Subject: (no subject)

    see ya wouldn't wanna be ya

    From: Stuart Poss
    Date: March 4, 2007 4:51:42 PM EST
    Subject: Thank you for Your Support of Keith Olberman

    Thank you for your support of Keith Olberman.

    Both my wife and I have become a great fans of the his program countdown as it exposes the hypocrisy and special interest so common in today's media with a nice humerous touch.

    With best wishes,

    Stuart Poss

    Date: March 4, 2007 4:39:19 PM EST
    Subject: Your site

    From: "R Wait"
    Date: March 4, 2007 4:13:27 PM EST
    Subject: oh, waaaaahhhhhhhh

    From: DaNur
    Date: March 4, 2007 12:40:45 PM EST
    Subject: HA HA

    From: Leonard Auslender
    Date: March 4, 2007 9:03:12 AM EST
    Subject: Olbermann

    I read with beusement that you've pulled your site. One thing you don't seem willing to state: Olbermann is telling the truth you hate to hear.

    Best regards,

    Leonard Auslender

    From: Kevin Dailey
    Date: March 4, 2007 1:47:57 AM EST
    Subject: leaving?

    Glad to see you go. Ratings are going up.
    You had nothing to do with this.

    From: Sine.Qua.Non
    Date: March 4, 2007 12:20:30 AM EST
    Subject: Olbermann

    Could it be that what Olbermann had to say held integrity and truth at a time when none was to be had?

    I personally find him to be informative, accurate and his commentaries are everything I would want to say to our current President and Cabinet.

    It's probably just as well you guys shut down.

    From: James Weidman
    Date: March 3, 2007 9:07:01 PM EST
    Subject: the journalistic standards you "hold dear?"

    What a pathetic absurdity. But it's really not funny. Go watch Sean Hannity (the ex-seminary student, according to him). Go watch the beautiful Ann Coulter. There you'll find the "journalistic standards" you "hold dear." You could even try Michael Savage on the radio---I presume he is suitable to the standards that you "hold dear?" How ugly. How pathetic.

    From: "Vince Lombardi"
    Date: March 3, 2007 8:46:39 PM EST
    Subject: So sad--- boo, hoo
    Reply-To: "Vince Lombardi"

    From: Dave Cowan
    Date: March 3, 2007 5:47:21 PM EST
    Subject: See ya loosers.

    From: root
    Date: March 3, 2007 5:19:38 PM EST
    Subject: thank you


    If it weren't for you guys, I would have never have found
    out about KO. He is so refreshing compared to those drones
    over at Fox.


    Date: March 3, 2007 4:02:11 PM EST
    To: ""
    Subject: No! Don't Go!

    Just kidding. I didn't even know you existed. But don't worry, you had absolutely nothing to do with Olbermann's new contract or high ratings. Blame Bush and O'Reilly for that.

    But can you leave your archives up somewhere? I'd love to have a good laugh at it sometime.

    Tim Bishop
    Austin, TX

    From: "Margaret Burton"
    Date: March 3, 2007 3:33:31 PM EST
    Subject: Hilarious obituary


    Margaret Burton
    LIBERAL - favoring proposals for reform,
    open to new ideas for progress, and tolerant
    of ideas and behaviors of others; broad minded.

    From: "mckenna"
    Date: March 3, 2007 3:11:20 PM EST
    Subject: that's all there is

    So long, farewell.

    From: farrell ackerman
    Date: March 3, 2007 2:26:05 PM EST
    Subject: appreciate your concern

    well, you can always start a hannitywatch, limbaughwatch, coulterwatch, bozellwatch, malkinwatch, gibsonwatch, robertsonwatch, and on and on and on,
    if you're really concerned with journalistic standards. the simplest thing to do, of course, would be to consolidate and just have a
    foxwatch and a cbnwatch. cleansing the airwaves of biased bile is a noble goal and they'll all keep you very busy! keep up the good work!

    From: "Scott Chasteen"
    Date: March 3, 2007 2:14:46 PM EST
    Subject: Canceling Olbermann Watch


    From: Sarah taopted
    Date: March 3, 2007 2:03:10 PM EST
    Subject: Many thanks....

    Now you can go back to molesting your nephews. SCUMBAGS!

    From: Ron Marks
    Date: March 3, 2007 1:51:08 PM EST
    Subject: say what you will...

    but it's clear that Olbermann KO'd you.

    good luck,

    From: "Leo McKinney"
    Date: March 3, 2007 1:06:15 PM EST
    Subject: BWahahahahahaha

    Way to go loser!

    Don't flatter yourself, you didn't have anything to do with Keith's ratings roll. The real culprit is a little thing called the truth . The truth has a way of burning those who try to cover it up. Keith just has the balls to report what others in the MSM don't.

    Now, go clean your room before your mother gets home.

    From: "Andrew Toth"
    Date: March 3, 2007 11:54:10 AM EST
    Subject: LOSER

    HA HA HA


    Date: March 3, 2007 11:10:22 AM EST
    Subject: Bye

    See ya later assholes and good riddence

    From: Lori
    Date: March 3, 2007 9:24:19 AM EST
    Subject: Wingnut Deathwatch

    Rightwing "journalistic standards"?!!!! Seriously, even nuts like you have to know on some level what a pathetic joke that is.

    All I can say is thank God our country is finally turning away from fascist wingnut hatemongering, warmongering criminals and cretins who have been running our country into the ground for the last seven fucking years. You are just one more cockroach temporarily elevated under a false premise, scuttling back into the woodwork from whence you came.

    Good night and good luck! Ha hahhha haa!!!!!!



    From: "Nathan&Terry Holman"
    Date: March 3, 2007 6:40:56 AM EST
    Cc: "Nathan&Terry Holman"
    Subject: lost the war?

    Robert, You're a cut and runner. Join the Marines and go fight Georgie's war. NH

    From: frank guglielmino
    Date: March 3, 2007 5:21:10 AM EST
    Subject: BOO HOO

    This is so sad.. You tried to slander someone and he got BETTER ratings? Because of YOU.. YOU are irrelevant. Dear sir, or whatever type of alien you may be... Ollbermans ratings are great because he was the ONLY person in the corporate owned media monopoly to have the balls to speak the TRUTH.. yes the TRUTH.. it was no you or your minions who created or spawned Olbs further success.. it was the TRUTH.. the TRUTH ALWAYS FLOATS.. and you?? You are gone because you LIE... pissoff DICK FACE.. I hope all you conservative hacks one day get puclicly EXECUTED.. sincerely
    Frank Guglielmino

    From: "Gerry Trier"
    Date: March 3, 2007 10:06:31 AM EST
    Subject: Your Blog

    I didn't even know about you until I read it on O'Reilly Sucks. I love Countdown. Olberman is right on the mark and also funny, Why would you try to defeat Olberman. What was the point.

    From: Molly Bloom
    Date: March 3, 2007 4:26:16 AM EST


    I love Keith Olbermann....

    Date: March 3, 2007 2:31:35 AM EST
    Subject: KO

    [Insert cut-and-run joke here.] No really, this whole episode had to be staged by MSNBC. Real life is simply not this good. Are you there Keith? Hello? Keith? Good show, lad.

    From: "VSOP"
    Date: March 3, 2007 1:34:36 AM EST
    Subject: Sick

    "Journalistic standards we hold dear"

    Such as Sean Hannity and Rush people are pathetic!!

    From: "Shawn Duncan"
    Date: March 3, 2007 1:28:18 AM EST
    Subject: Thank You

    Thank you for raising Olbermann ratings. I have never heard of you. But if you had anything to do with raising the publics awareness of him I must thank you.


    From: Tim Hanson
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:53:51 PM EST
    Subject: outta here

    "We wish all of you the best over the next four, painful years."

    Good riddance!!

    Don't let the door...

    From: "Sam T"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:53:44 PM EST
    Subject: OlbyWatch

    Yeah, it is sometimes painful to hear the truth spoken on television. Just watch your Fox News and you’ll never have to worry about that pesky reality.

    Sam T

    From: "Ray"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:31:59 PM EST
    Subject: GOODBYE


    From: "Timothy Gegenheimer"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:30:32 PM EST
    Subject: fox

    Maybe you could start watching Fox Noise

    T Geg

    From: Michael Laviolette
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:23:38 PM EST
    Subject: Let me get this straight ...

    ... you think YOU are the reason that KO's ratings are
    increasing and that YOU could have created a backlash
    that would have gotten him cancelled? I'm having a
    hard time deciding which is bigger: your egotism or
    your arrogance.

    I'm a firm believer in vigorous debate and the clash
    of ideas. I've occasionally read your reviews looking
    for reasoned arguments that KO's stories were not
    newsworthy or his facts were wrong. All I saw were
    name-calling and snide remarks. To fight ideas, you
    need ideas of your own. Case in point: the most recent
    Special Comment (oh, and I can spell, too, by the
    way). Your review consisted of sarcastic listing of
    KO's camera shots and not one word rebutting the
    substance of KO's remarks.

    I could go on, but I've wasted enough time on you
    already. KO has not only outlasted you, he'll outlast
    this disastrous Bush administration, hopefully along
    with the rest of the country.

    Rest assured your pathetic site will not be missed.
    And just in case you didn't notice, you shut down on
    the 1,419th day since Bush declared "Mission
    Accomplished" in Iraq.

    Good night and good luck,
    M Laviolette
    New Orleans

    From: "J Hog"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:14:26 PM EST
    Subject: Good riddance

    Dear Mr. Cockx,

    So, who do you support? George Bush? Dick Cheney? Alberto Gonzalez? Dick Rumsfeld? This is the most heinous, deadly, wimpiest regimes that has ever governed in any Country in the History of the World. That is no exaggeration, and is painful for me to admit, or accept. I am a proud American, but am ashamed, and frightened to death by what George "The Murderer" Bush & Co. has done to this once proud nation. Bush and Cheney need to be impeached immediately to avoid the complete and utter destruction of the world as we know it.

    Are you so freakin blind you do not see what is going on in this world? Are you happy your rights are being stripped to the bone by Torture Boy Gonzalez? We, the ever powerful, almighty United States have killed over 600,000 Iraqi civilians which you never hear about on mainstream media, do you?. What can you possibly not see? I had never heard of you until a real website, Raw Story caught my eye. Anyone that would start a website against a proud American such as Mr. Olbermann, and the vast majority of the American population that feel the same way he does, has some serious issues. Me being a proud American that just begs for the truth, I want to say from the bottom of my heart, Go fuck yourself, Bob "suck my" Cox

    From: Jesse Coffman Jr
    Date: March 2, 2007 10:54:57 PM EST
    Subject: Great Job

    Thank you.

    Thank you for the hard work you did to keep the greatest person on the air. Fuck Fox Noise c-nts(FNC).

    From: "Bob Partin"
    Date: March 2, 2007 10:51:14 PM EST

    Now you can focus your attention on the Faux noise channel.

    Olbermann is a modern day Edward R. Murrow!

    Thanks for the ratings boost

    Date: March 2, 2007 10:49:50 PM EST
    Subject: thank you

    "we have come to the conclusion that we have done more harm than good"

    Yep! Thanks for doing such a great job! ("Olbermann's ratings have increased")


    HA HA HA

    Date: March 2, 2007 10:36:49 PM EST
    Subject: right wing nut job

    sucks to be you.....

    From: "Timothy Regan"
    Date: March 2, 2007 10:23:26 PM EST
    Subject: fantasy boy

    'It's been a great run'. What is your delusional problem. You had one objective in maintaining your hate-filled website and you failed miserably- you are a loser. How is that 'a great run? Or do you see it as a sign of progress that Olbermann got a new contract when your goal was to evacuate him from television Mr. Cheney?

    You psychos are all the same.

    your buddy,

    From: "Gary"
    Date: March 2, 2007 9:53:13 PM EST
    Subject: Olberman
    Reply-To: "Gary"

    Just shows your true colors.

    Good riddance.

    From: E R Johnson
    Date: March 2, 2007 9:50:39 PM EST
    Subject: Thank You...

    Date: March 2, 2007 9:45:42 PM EST
    Subject: Olbermann

    "The journalistic standards we hold dear" - oh, you mean sucking George Bush's cock in public,eh?

    Go back to doing whatever it is you do down in mommie's basement, you fucking loser.

    From: "Robert Rutschow II"
    Date: March 2, 2007 9:37:28 PM EST
    Subject: Four More years

    Yes, Four more years of countdown!

    Finally Some real journalism!

    I'll watch keith any day.

    On that note, let's keep on playing oddball!!!'s Wost Person's in the World!!!!

    From: "Cynthia Paster"
    Date: March 2, 2007 9:02:56 PM EST
    Subject: giving up

    Dear Olberman Watchers.

    That is the funniest thing I've ever read. And good luck to you, too.

    C. Paster

    Date: March 2, 2007 8:54:03 PM EST
    Subject: ?

    to bad, your caterwauling was amusing at times. see ya


    From: John Peltier
    Date: March 2, 2007 8:41:09 PM EST
    Subject: Dumbass.

    Congratulations, glad to see you pull your waste of ether down.
    "We live in a liberal democracy.... this country was founded on the principles of the enlightenment. It was the idea that people could talk, have reasonable dialogue and discuss the issues. It wasn't founded on the idea that someone would get struck by a divine inspiration and know everything, right from wrong. People who founded this country had religion, they had strong beliefs, but they believed in reason, and dialogue, and civil discourse. We can't lose that in this country. We've got to get it back." - General Wesley Clark


    Date: March 2, 2007 8:16:17 PM EST
    Subject: RIP

    I guess it's like evolution ... you know, survival of the fittest. Olbermann tells the truth, so he'll live another day. You and your pathetic sycophants lie like rugs, and the public "naturally selected" Olbermann instead. O'Reilly may still lead in the ratings, but not for long... the momentum's with the guy with the FACTS. O'Reilly wouldn't know a fact if he found one in his falafel.

    R.I.P. The world is a better place without you.
    Bruce Lindner,
    Portland, OR

    From: "Lawrence G. Mora"
    Date: March 2, 2007 7:44:56 PM EST
    Subject: Too bad...

    Buh-bye, Loser!

    From: "Barry M. Williams"
    Date: March 2, 2007 7:42:30 PM EST
    Subject: Your "Sign Off" on the Web

    To Cox and whoever:

    You note below on the web is such horseshit. You had NO effect AT ALL on Olbermann’s renewal and did no damage to your cause by keeping Olbermann “in the public eye.” The simple truth is that Olbermann is great, and you guys are a bunch of dumbasses. It’s good that you’re gone…see if you can get some of your fellow traveler right wing idiots to leave the web with you. Good riddance.

    Barry M. Williams
    From: "MaryVogt"
    Date: March 2, 2007 7:27:25 PM EST
    Subject: How sad!
    Reply-To: "MaryVogt"

    Dear Mr. Cox,

    I find it very sad that you are shutting down your site, due to the fact it gave Keith Olbermann, probably the best newsman of our time, more viewers. Thanks for that. The reason you failed is because the truth will out. Olbermann tells it like it is, I suppose you'd rather ingest the propaganda and lies that FauxNews dishes out. Whatever. Your enterprise had to fail because you had nothing on Olbermann - the guy is intelligent, well-informed, well-read, well-spoken and brave as all get-out.

    You on the other hand.... just yick.


    Mary R. Vogt
    From: "Liam Jerusalem"
    Date: March 2, 2007 7:25:46 PM EST
    Subject: Closing site

    Just wanted to let you know how disappointed I am. I loved to watch you no talent ass monkeys make idiots of yourselves. Oh well, on to your next moronic conspiracy. So long jerkwads!!!

    Date: March 2, 2007 7:26:02 PM EST

    Give up, loser.

    From: "Morgan, David"
    Date: March 2, 2007 7:11:04 PM EST
    Subject: rip...

    Now go out and get a 'real' job.

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    please delete the email and notify us immediately.

    Date: March 2, 2007 6:46:32 PM EST
    Subject: Kudo

    You harmless though pathetic idiot.

    b. gregory
    jackson hole, wyoming

    From: Alex & Helene
    Date: March 2, 2007 6:40:22 PM EST

    You have a problem with journalistic standards? Why don't you set up a website on the Fox Noise channel.

    Glad you've shut down your website.

    Alex Brofsky

    Date: March 2, 2007 6:36:33 PM EST


    Your journalistic sensibilities could be put to far better use than an Olbermann watch.

    Without Olbermann stepping up to the plate, the very “stones would cry out”.

    Christine Strommen

    Date: March 2, 2007 6:18:30 PM EST
    Subject: you

    you loose jerk

    From: "Mike Zawikowski"
    Date: March 2, 2007 5:44:54 PM EST
    Subject: Too Bad

    Thank you for helping Keith move up the ladder at MSNBC. If it were not for misinformed malcontents as your self . We would all be stuck with O'Lielly and Hannity

    From: info
    Date: March 2, 2007 5:44:46 PM EST
    Subject: Bummer

    I am very elated to see your site is shut down. Maybe now you can focus on America's true enemy' crazed pill popping fake journalists like O'Reilly and Limbaugh.

    From: "Scott Landau"
    Date: March 2, 2007 5:25:53 PM EST
    Subject: pathetic

    Date: March 2, 2007 5:23:43 PM EST

    Your pain is my victory. I really beleive that you know your attacks were false and pitiful.


    From: "Jeff Casillas"
    Date: March 2, 2007 5:06:30 PM EST
    Subject: poor wittow baby


    now you can do something useful with your life.


    but I doubt it.

    From: "Terry Reid"
    Date: March 2, 2007 4:56:31 PM EST
    Subject: Buh Bye

    Don't let the screen door hitcha

    From: Rowdy
    Date: March 2, 2007 4:18:38 PM EST
    Subject: 4 more years!

    We are all looking forward to four more years of real
    journalism from Keith. Ha!


    From: Paul Andersen
    Date: March 2, 2007 4:15:24 PM EST

    Good riddance, joker.

    From: "Michael Gerber"
    Date: March 2, 2007 3:54:33 PM EST
    Subject: Tee Hee

    Date: March 2, 2007 3:41:59 PM EST
    Subject: Adios

    Not all was a waste .... You made the Conservative Floating Fat Head File :


    From: Christy Moses
    Date: March 2, 2007 3:24:51 PM EST
    Subject: So long, stink town !!

    Rats off to ya.
    Long may Olby reign.

    Cheers from the Left.

    From: Darlene Zelechowski
    Date: March 2, 2007 3:12:14 PM EST

    When few were watching his show ???? Is that a joke ? Fewer must have been watching yours ! LOL

    From: "Bob Wood"
    Date: March 2, 2007 3:11:07 PM EST
    Subject: Too bad!


    Olbermann rocks, and you're done. Nice way to end my week, Douchebag. Thanks!

    Date: March 2, 2007 2:54:20 PM EST
    Subject: Goodbye

    Hasta La vista!!!!!!

    From: "Rick Singerman"
    Date: March 2, 2007 2:53:46 PM EST
    Subject: Your announcement
    Reply-To: "Rick Singerman"

    "Good night and good luck.

    From: Mark Morgan
    Date: March 2, 2007 2:38:08 PM EST
    Subject: Buh-bye!

    I wanted to let you know that the RIP page is the finest thing you've ever published! Good decision!
    Your vitriol, directed against the one journalist who has the balls to stand up to the fascists who are taking over our country, was entirely misguided. I applaud the end of this hate-filled ignorance!

    From: Tim McMahon
    Date: March 2, 2007 2:25:18 PM EST
    Subject: ha ha


    From: Cathy Brabant
    Date: March 2, 2007 2:21:32 PM EST
    Subject: Re Olbermann

    I am so glad you have come to your senses. Olberman speaks the truth and any left over kool aid drinkers would do best to watch him daily. Elections have consequences. It is obvious that you did not understand the 2006 Election results. Your time is over. Thank God. Come on over to our side. We love everyone including former kool aid drinkers.

    Why don't you watch Bush and Cheney? They are the criminals.

    Cathy Brabant
    Lincoln Park, Michigan

    Date: March 2, 2007 1:59:30 PM EST
    Subject: Good Riddance

    So glad to see you fuckers exit the scene--long live Keith and the Truth!


    Dr. Joel W. Arnold
    Dayton, OH

    From: Pam Campbell
    Date: March 2, 2007 1:56:47 PM EST
    Subject: Keith Olbermann

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with someone speaking truth to the power of the
    liars that are in the white house now. I applaud Keith O and faithfully watch him every
    single night, and get to do so for another FOUR years!!

    Even you must admit that if people are subjected to FOX, there should be an anti-dote, which
    Keith is.

    Buh Bye!

    From: "John Parsons"
    Date: March 2, 2007 1:56:09 PM EST
    Subject: LOL

    the truth hurts, doesn't it?
    however, on the positive side for you, this probably means that you'll have more time to watch truth-challenged smear merchants like sean hannity and glenn beck.
    and remember: if at any time you want to join the reality-based community, we'd be overjoyed to welcome you. our ranks are growing each and every day (witness keith's ratings).
    happy friday!

    john b. parsons
    544 pacific avenue, 3rd floor
    san francisco, ca 94133
    415.391.8824 fax


    From: Gary Salem
    Date: March 2, 2007 1:12:48 PM EST
    Subject: Thank you!

    Thank you for proving that Keith Olbermann is an
    outstanding journalist and that unethical, petty blowhards
    like you have no chance against the truth.

    From: Kim Dalros
    Date: March 2, 2007 1:07:16 PM EST
    Subject: retirement

    good riddance.

    From: "hwgarrison"
    Date: March 2, 2007 1:02:03 PM EST
    Subject: Keith Olbermann

    Thank you for helping to keep Mr. Olbermann's show in the public eye over the past couple of years. It's a good thing his program is continuing and a sign that the American public is coming to its senses about right-wing extremists. Thank you for your part, but don't blame yourself too much. The American people like Mr. Olbermann's message which is why his show is very popular and his contract was extended. I doubt that your impact was significant.

    From: "dick"
    Date: March 2, 2007 12:53:55 PM EST
    Subject: exit

    you won't be missed.


    From: Ace Duncan
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:29:48 AM EST
    Subject: Good bye

    If you believe you contributed to Olbermann's staying in the public eye, then your arrogance is remarkable. Have you done more harm than good? Probably not. Truth be told, your existence created barely a ripple. Olbermann is gaining popularity because of his passionate yet reasonable opposing viewpoints to the neo-blasters at Fox News. People are starting to listen, and realize that the Sean Hannitys and Bill O'Reillys of the world are the ones who are out of touch.

    From: "Chris Reed"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:25:08 AM EST
    Subject: White flag

    I applaud you for having the courage to (kind of) admit you were wrong.

    Chris Reed


    From: "Michael Howell"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:14:27 AM EST
    Subject: The Case For Impeachment

    The people of this great nation deserve a government that promotes our interests and is accountable to our laws. Yet Congress and the Bush administration have consistently evinced a deliberate, flagrant, arrogant disrespect for the law and the common good. Rather than pursuing policies that benefit the American people and further the cause of justice and peace, many of our nation's political leaders have betrayed a breathtaking dedication to a culture of corruption that encourages blatant dishonesty and willful disregard of US and international law. We are here today to raise our voices out of deep concern for our nation â€" and for our world.
    That's what true patriots do. Patriots speak up when their nation is suffering tragically from corrupt, incompetent, destructive leadership. Patriots demand that their leaders be held accountable to the law and to the electorate. Patriots call on their elected representatives to impeach their president if he abrogates his responsibilities, violates the law, or evinces a cruel disregard for basic principles of human dignity, in violation of international treaty obligations.
    Impeachment of the President of the United States is not to be undertaken, as in the case of Andrew Johnson, simply because of partisan disagreements regarding policies or presidential appointments, or, as in the case of Bill Clinton, because of a partisan desire to exploit a personal violation of the law not involving grave breaches of official responsibilities or serious abuses of power. However, impeachment and removal from office, a vital protection against evisceration of the balance of power among the three branches of government and against betrayals of trust and abuses of power injurious to our nation, should be pursued when, as in the case of George W. Bush, a president misleads Congress and the American people in taking our nation to war; authorizes and supports the kidnapping, incarceration without charge, and torture of human beings; demonstrates utter contempt for the rule of law; and blatantly violates fundamental constitutional protections intended to safeguard individuals against governmental abuse.
    Many nations throughout history have been ruled by corrupt, despotic, dishonest leaders. To some, this is simply the way of a world in which, as expressed by the ancient Greek historian Thucydides, "the strong do what they will, and the weak do what they must."
    Our nation, however, has prided itself since its founding in fighting against, and distinguishing ourselves from, the sort of tyranny, cruel immorality, and disdain for the rule of law exemplified by George W. Bush. Our nation's moral standing in the world, our nation's principled commitment to basic freedoms and individual rights, our nation's essential democracy â€" all now depend upon a conscientious, non-partisan determination that our representatives in Congress will, with integrity and without partisan bias, make it clear that a president will not be permitted to hold the office he has abused by egregiously violating the trust, the laws, and the essential principles upon which our country was founded and our Constitution was based.
    Anything less than full accountability through the impeachment process betrays our history, our principles, and our notion of what it means to be an American. Anything less betrays the sacrifices so many brave men and women have made to secure freedom and the rule of law in our nation and around the world. If Congress continues its pattern of timid inaction and fails to impeach the president, future generations of Americans will have cause to fear the rise of another corrupt president who will find encouragement from President Bush's legacy of lawless, authoritarian governance and flagrant fraudâ€"and who, as in the case of President Bush, at least so far, will not be held to account.
    Consider the corruption and dishonesty that have led our nation into an unnecessary war, based upon false justifications. Consider the lies that have led to the deaths of over 650,000 people, with many more having been seriously maimed, brain damaged, or rendered mentally ill. As a result of this war, our nation's reputation throughout much of the world has been destroyed. We have many more enemies bent on our destruction than before our invasion of Iraq. And the hatred toward us has grown to the point that it will take many years, perhaps generations, to overcome the loathing created by our invasion and occupation of a Muslim country.
    The invasion and occupation of Iraq has been tragic at every level. More than three thousand American lives have been taken; tens of thousands of US servicemen and servicewomen have suffered serious injuries; hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis have been killed and maimed; many billions of dollars have been wasted; our country is viewed throughout much of the world as a rogue nation that ignores with impunity international law and basic principles of decency; and the future safety and security of our children and grandchildren have been placed at great risk because of the increasing hatred and resentment toward our country in much of the Muslim world arising from what is reasonably perceived as an occupation of a Muslim nation.
    Our nation was led into this tragedy through dishonesty â€" either explicit lies or by means of withholding vital information â€" by President Bush and members of his administration. A few examples make clear the astounding violations of trust and abuses of power by President Bush, each of them meriting impeachment and removal from office.
    On September 7, 2002, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush met with members of the press at Camp David. President Bush referred to a "new" report from the International Atomic Energy Agencyâ€"the IAEAâ€"allegedly stating, according to President Bush, that Iraq was "six months away" from building a nuclear weapon. "I don't know what more evidence we need," stated the President.
    He was lying. There was no such report. In fact, numerous IAEA reports consistently denied any indication that Iraq had any nuclear capability, and the IAEA's chief spokesperson stated that no such report had been issued by the IAEA.
    President Bush further betrayed the tremendous trust bestowed upon him after the events of September 11, 2001 by instilling in many of us the fear that Saddam Hussein was seeking to purchase nuclear materials from an African nation. In fact, much of the US intelligence community disagreed. Just as an issuer of stock defrauds investors by withholding material information about a corporation, so too did President Bush defraud our Congress, our country, and much of the international community by failing to disclose information that was provided to him and which was directly contrary to his representations about Hussein's supposed efforts to build nuclear weapons.
    In his January 28, 2003, State of the Union message, President Bush stated: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." He obviously limited his statement to what "the British government" supposedly had learned because he knew, but did not disclose, that our own intelligence services disagreed with the statement.
    In an October 2002 National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), presented at a White House background briefing on weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, "Key Judgments" included an assessment "that Saddam does not yet have nuclear weapons or sufficient material to make any." President Bush failed to disclose that assessment to Congress and the American people. To make matters worse, he did not disclose the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Researchâ€"known as INRâ€"conclusion in the October 2002 National Intelligence Estimate, that "the claims of Iraqi pursuit of natural uranium in Africa are, in INR's assessment, highly dubious."
    The failure by President Bush to disclose that conclusion to Congress and to the American people rendered his statement about Hussein seeking to purchase uranium from an African country fraudulently misleading. That is clearly an impeachable offense.
    The fraud about Hussein building up a nuclear capability did not stop with the phony Niger story. During September 2002, Condoleezza Rice and President Bush represented to the public that Hussein was purchasing aluminum tubes to enrich uranium for a nuclear weapon. The next month, a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) was delivered to the President. That document virtually screams out the view of various intelligence agencies that the tubes were of no use in a nuclear program. That did not stop President Bush, however, from stating in a major speech the next month that "Iraq has attempted to purchase high-strength aluminum tubes and other equipment needed for gas centrifuges, which are used to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons."
    In a January 9, 2003 report to the UN Security Council, the IAEA reported that the aluminum tubes were not directly suitable for the manufacture of centrifuges. Again, not allowing the findings of the IAEA or of various US intelligence agencies to get in the way of his fraud upon Congress and the American people, President Bush outrageously represented in his State of the Union Message on January 28, 2003 that "Our intelligence sources tell us that [Hussein] has attempted to purchase high-strength aluminum tubes suitable for nuclear weapons production." No greater cause for impeachment can be imagined than misleading our Congress and misleading the American people about whether we are facing a nuclear threat while leading our nation to a tragic, illegal war of aggression.
    The fraud was dramatically compounded when a so-called summary of the NIE was distributed to Congress, stating, falsely, that: "All intelligence experts agree that Iraq is seeking nuclear weapons and that these tubes could be used in a centrifuge enrichment program." The DOE and INR dissents, which expressed the accurate situation, were omitted. That omission rendered the representation to Congress, and to the public, false and misleading â€" a fraud clearly meriting impeachment and removal from office.
    The tragic, bloody invasion and occupation of Iraq, by order of President Bush, is a clearly impeachable offense, violating the UN Charter, the Kellogg- Briand Pact, and the Nuremberg Tribunal Pact. All of these agreements are international treaties that the US has signed. Under Article VI of the Constitution, international treaties are, along with the Constitution, the "supreme law of the land." In carrying out the invasion and occupation of Iraq, President Bush violated not only numerous international conventions, but also US domestic law.
    If there is any hope for the United Nations and international law to further the cause of peace, the provisions of the UN Charter prohibiting wars of aggression must be honored. To permit President Bush to be unaccountable for his contemptuous disregard of the UN Charter would not only undermine the rule of law, but would set a disastrous precedent destroying the very essence of the UN Charter â€" to provide for the peaceful resolution of disputes between nations.
    In addition to the treaty obligations of the US under the UN Charter, the Nuremberg Tribunal Charter, to which the US committed itself, provides that the "planning, preparation, initiation or waging of a war of aggression or a war in violation of international treaties" is a crime against peace punishable under international law. In short, the invasion and occupation of Iraq, a war against a nation posing no imminent threat to the United States, was and continues to be a crime under the Nuremberg Charter.
    To describe President Bush as a war criminal is not hyperbolic. He has blatantly violated every relevant treaty and constitutional provision in leading the US to a so-called "pre-emptive" war against Iraq, without any justification in law or in fact. He must be held accountable, through impeachment and removal from office, or the many violated treaties and constitutional provisions are nothing more than paper and pretense.
    Following September 11, 2001, President Bush illegally authorized the warrantless wiretapping of American citizens, in clear violation of the 4th Amendment to the US Constitution and in direct violation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA. After engaging in the practice for more than two years, President Bush misled the public by stating that "any time you hear the United States government talking about wiretap, it requires â€" a wiretap requires a court order." It was not until a New York Times reporter broke the story in December 2005, that Bush admitted he had authorized warrantless wiretapping through the National Security Agency. He also claimed, in complete disregard of the US Constitution and relevant domestic law, that what he was doing was legal. Last August, a U.S. District Court judge declared that Bush has violated the First Amendment, noting, "It was never the intent of the framers to give the president such unfettered control, particularly where his actions blatantly disregard the parameters clearly enumerated in the Bill of Rights." A judge on the FISA panel even quit in protest of the Bush administration's outrageous violations of the law.
    Impeachment and removal from office is the only appropriate remedy for a President who asserts such abusive, authoritarian power, in contravention of fundamental rights and liberties embodied in the US Constitution. It is the only means by which we can make it clear in the future that no President can so casually override our precious freedoms.
    President Bush has also tremendously undermined the moral standing of the United States by allowing the CIA to kidnap people in other countries, incarcerate them without charges, and torture them. His shameful dereliction of duty in this regard is a blight on our nation's honor that can be remedied only by impeachment.
    Maher Arar, a Canadian citizen, was deported to Syria from JFK Airport. Once in Syria, he was beaten with electrical cables for two weeks, then imprisoned in an underground cell for the better part of a year.
    Muslim cleric Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr was kidnapped in Milan, Italy, by US and Italian intelligence agents and sent to Egypt, where he was tortured during his four-year detention.
    Khaled El-Masri, a German citizen, was kidnapped by CIA agents and flown to a secret prison in Afghanistan, where he was tortured during his five months in prison there. Apparently after it was discovered he was not who his captors thought he was, he was taken to Albania and left in a forest. To this day, he has no idea why he was kidnapped, imprisoned, and tortured.
    Those are among approximately 150 foreign nationals who have been victims of "extraordinary rendition." Under this CIA program, intelligence agents kidnap people and send them to secret sites abroad for interrogation. Numerous people detained under this program have experienced severe physical and psychological torture, and inhumane and humiliating treatment. We are left to ask: What has our great nation become when our president orders and condones such atrocities?
    The practice of sending a person to a country where there are substantial grounds for believing he or she will be tortured is clearly prohibited by the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment, which, as an international treaty to which the US is a party, is the "supreme law of the land." A separate federal statute also prohibits the practice. The CIA's role in kidnapping and imprisoning people without charges in countries infamous for torturing detainees, such as Egypt, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Jordan, and Uzbekistan, constitutes a clear violation of US and international law.
    Bush administration policies and statements stripping detainees of basic protections under international law have led to the torture and murder of prisoners, many of whom have never been charged with any crime. Consider the case of Abed Hamed Mowhoush.
    Mowhoush turned himself over to US forces in Iraq in November 2003. Chief Warrant Officer Lewis Welshofer, who did not receive anything other than "sparse" guidelines about how to conduct prisoner interrogations, received a captain's memo saying there were no specific rules of engagement for interrogations in Iraq. Captured detainees were considered "unprivileged combatants," a status the Bush Administration had suggested meant detainees were not to be afforded the protections of the Geneva Conventions. With little guidance and the sense that the Geneva Conventions did not apply to Mowhoush, Welshofer called in a team that beat Mowhoush with sledgehammer handles. Later, Mowhoush's hands were bound, he was struck repeatedly in the painful spot near the humerus, and was doused with water. Finally, Welshofer shoved Mowhoush, who was wrapped with electrical cord, head-first into a sleeping bag. Welshofer sat on Mowhoush's chest and blocked his nose and mouth. Mowhoush, whose autopsy revealed "massive" bruising and five broken ribs, died of asphyxia due to smothering and chest compression.
    The torture and killing of Mowhoush is only one of dozens of cases of murder â€" and hundreds of cases of cruel torture â€" at the hands of US personnel in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Guantanamo. Given the scale and moral depravity of these circumstances, Congress must investigate the extent to which President Bush has been directly involved in orchestrating the unconscionable treatment of foreign nationals detained by US personnel as part of the "war on terror" or the invasion and occupation of Iraq.
    While we urgently need to know the precise extent to which President Bush directed US military personnel to torture detainees and prisoners of war, we already know the President has utterly abrogated his duty to ensure the laws of the United States are carried out. Under Article II, Section 3 of the Constitution, the president must "take care that the laws be faithfully executed." With respect to the treaties and other laws prohibiting torture and other mistreatment of detainees, President Bush has utterly failed to meet his constitutional duty. President Bush even added a signing statement to the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005 that states, contrary to the separation of powers so crucial to our constitutional system of government, that he has the sole authority to interpret and enforce the act. For his gross dereliction of duty in not ensuring the faithful execution of US law, President Bush should be impeached and removed from office.
    In addition, under the Nuremberg principle of "command responsibility," President Bush's failure to stop and punish atrocities renders him culpable for them. For that, he should be held accountable through impeachment and removal from office. The Nuremberg principles are not to be applied solely to the vanquished. They are to be given effect as to all who subscribed to them, including the United States.
    Sexual humiliations, incarceration for years without charges being brought, lit cigarettes put out in detainees' ears, inmates hanging by their arms, brutal beatings, attacks by unmuzzled dogs, false executions, sensory deprivations, psychological torture, waterboarding, dozens of killings, and other forms of heinous torture of human beingsâ€"if these actsâ€"consonant with Bush administration policy yet in violation of numerous treaty obligations and US domestic lawâ€"are not deserving of impeachment and removal from office, nothing ever would be.
    The lies and the callous immorality of President Bush, and the outrages on human dignity he has perpetrated or countenanced, are a disgrace to our great nation. The President has weakened our country and sullied our reputation around the world. The time is long past due for the American people to stand up and speak out against this disastrous presidency and the Congress that refuses to hold it accountable. We are here today to say, "No more!"
    No more Iraq war.
    No more God-is-on-our-side religious nonsense to justify this immoral, illegal war.
    No more torture of human beings.
    No more denial of the right of habeas corpus.
    No more kidnapping of people and sending them off to secret prisons in nations where they will be tortured.
    No more glorification of torture by the entertainment industry.
    No more centrally-owned, hysteria-driven, corporate news media complicit in selling the Bush administration's lies to the American people.
    No more unconstitutional warrantless wiretapping of American citizens.
    No more manipulation of national intelligence for political purposes.
    No more manipulation of our news media with false propaganda.
    No more authoritarian assertions of power by the president.
    No more silence by the American people.
    This is a new day. We can unify in our insistence upon the truth, upon peace-making, upon more humane treatment of our brothers and sisters around the world.
    We will continue to call for the impeachment of President Bush, a most appropriate response to his blatant abuses of power. We will continue to resist the lies, the deception, the outrages. We will insist that peace be pursued, and that, as a nation, we help those in need. Let us join together to break the cycle of hatred, of intolerance, of violence. As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
    We urge Congress, be silent no more.
    We urge all Americans, regardless of party, be silent no more.
    Let impeachment be the first step toward national reconciliation â€" and toward penance for the outrages committed in our nation's name.


    From: George
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:07:56 AM EST
    Subject: Olbermann Rules! Goodbye, jerk!

    Go back to pushing talking points for Limbaugh and O'Reilly, you hypocritical shill! Truth has finally won out over your twisted, obtuse view of reality! Olbermann spoke to power, revealed hypocrisy and took on you smear merchants head on, kicking down the rotted foundations of your unpricipled hackery!

    Good riddance to you!

    From: "Roggenbuck, Elizabeth"
    Date: March 2, 2007 11:05:40 AM EST

    Oh, heck, Tivo him nightly and continue to have your fun. Ya might even larn a thing or two…everyone needs a loyal opposition, if only to keep him or her honest.

    -Olbermann Fan

    From: Jacob Lee
    Date: March 2, 2007 9:31:41 AM EST
    Subject: Good riddance

    Maybe you guys just couldn't tell the truth - perspective is one thing, outright lies are another.

    Date: March 2, 2007 1:51:26 AM EST
    Subject: You're Closing?

    Good riddance, you Cheney-rimming torture-loving Bush-sucking motherfuckers!

    Eat shit and die!

    From: Matthew Chernov
    Date: March 1, 2007 10:09:09 PM EST
    Subject: olbermann

    Don't feel bad about your website adding any
    additional popularity or exposure to Olbermann. I've
    been a fan of his since he was a sportscaster, and
    I've watched his Countdown show since it began. I've
    never heard of your laughable ex-website until today.

    Better luck next time.

    From: Douglas.S.Erhard@VALLEY.NET (Douglas S Erhard)
    Date: March 1, 2007 9:49:55 PM EST
    Subject: don't be sad

    You still have Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh, etc. Unless,
    you've really quit because you're afraid that Olbermann's ratings will
    eventually surpass all your favorites. Oops, that's probably it, isn't it?

    Didn't mean to rub it in...................much.

    From: Ron Leventhal
    Date: March 1, 2007 9:44:44 PM EST
    Subject: adios

    Don't let the door hit you on the way out. Go back to watching Bill O and his lies.


    From: jason tyberius
    Date: March 1, 2007 8:34:10 PM EST
    Subject: Deep appreciation


    Now that Olbermann watch is going down the ol' shitter. I wanted to
    thank you personally for leading me, and many others to Keith
    Olbermann. Your ability to single handly promote the guy (when no
    one else was doing it) led us through the dark times of
    conservative misinformation on Fox. I only wish you could continue
    with your good work.

    Olbermannwatch was a joke, we all know that, but it served the
    vital purpose of raising awareness of Keith Olbermann and for that
    you should be congratulated.

    On behalf of the clear thinking left, I would like to thank you for
    all you have done.

    All the best in your future endeavors. May they end as succesfully
    as olberman wat... (sorry couldn't keep a straight face there) may
    they all end as succesfully as Olbermannwatch.



    From: Russ Smith
    Date: March 1, 2007 8:04:26 PM EST

    Another cut and runner ?

    From: "Steve Nivlac"
    Date: March 1, 2007 7:46:51 PM EST
    Subject: farewell

    Thanks for turning me on to Olbermann. I just ditched my Satellite service so I lost Democracy Now!, and so I get my evening news only from Olbermann now. It's the most succinct way to be informed about what is really going on.

    Again, Thanks.

    Steve Nivlac

    From: "Holden McCrank"
    Date: March 1, 2007 6:55:54 PM EST
    Subject: Your side lost, fundie



    From: Teri Gibson
    Date: March 1, 2007 6:54:10 PM EST
    Subject: buh bye

    Thanks for doing everything in your power to draw as much attention to Keith as you could. He thanks you, we all thank you.

    Now go sulk on the sidelines like a 5 year old who went to bed with no supper.

    Fucking losers!


    From: David Karr
    Date: March 1, 2007 6:49:13 PM EST
    Subject: goodbye

    and good riddance!


    From: Susan Kelley
    Date: March 1, 2007 6:23:48 PM EST
    Subject: waaahhhhh!

    I suggest you start a Cheney watch, or a Gonzalez watch or a... why I could go on with this for a very long time couldn't I? Clearly, you really don't get it do you?? Susan Kelley


    From: bart bennett
    Date: March 1, 2007 6:12:35 PM EST
    Subject: Keith O ROCKS! And you of course are a nobody.

    Having fun at your expense over at Dailykos.....HA!

    From: "Iris Arco"
    Date: March 1, 2007 5:53:07 PM EST
    Subject: You've got to be kidding?

    So you're the one responsible for Keith's success? Damn fine work. Next time you fail at something, try taking ownership of the issue. It's ballsy-er than whining about how the 'media' screwed you.

    From: "bob huntsman"
    Date: March 1, 2007 2:09:42 PM EST
    Subject: r.i.p.


    p.s. You guys suck!!!!

    --cap'n igor

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    these are the most pathetically brainwashed comments i have ever read. they really think this guy is giving it to them straight. he spews hate and disdain for his country, putting our soldiers in danger, and he is a hero. need i remind them he is barely qualified to READ sports scores?

    Wow...Keith Olbermann "inspires" these sad, deluded dopes? The only thing he ever inspired was making me want to throw things at my t.v. That's nothing compared to the inspiration and hope he and the other America-hating MSM gives terrorists each and every day. Way to go, O! MSNBC is still mired in the cellar, thanks to you and the other great "talent" MSNBC has collected! The whole outfit: pathetic jokes.

    "I hope all you conservative hacks one day get puclicly EXECUTED.. sincerely
    Frank Guglielmino"

    I thought the peace-loving, caring and tolerant libnuts opposed capital punishment! What a sweet bunch of messages, Bob. Keep exposing Olby and his small band of loons for the delusional frauds that they are.

    Olby's fans are dumber than rocks
    Sad attempts to dis Mr. Cox
    Gems like "Looser, you suck"
    And much use of word "f---"
    Sophomoric like the man this site mocks

    How I missed the limericks. Good to see them again.

    Hell, half of them couldn't even spell Olby's name correctly. They're "real" fans alright aren't they?

    whats up with that michael howell guy ? how much of that rant did anyone read ?

    Now we see clearcut evidence of the audience demographics that MSNBC aspires to attract. This explains why they remain firmly entrenched under the basement of cable ratings.

    You forgot my letter :-). But now you fools must continue to watch Keith. Let the ratings Soar

    From The Media Bloggers Assocation "Standards" for good blogging behavior:

    "Respect for the privacy of private citizens: Private individuals may not want photographs, videos or information about them made available to a global audience, even if they're in a public space. Use your judgment, and use special sensitivity when dealing with children and inexperienced sources or subjects.

    We will not be an arbiter or judge of whether our members are following these standards; nor will we resolve disputes between members. We encourage members to adhere to these standards, and we encourage the community to call our members to task when we fall short in our words or deeds."

    so, which label should we use to describe Mr. Cox this morning? Hypocrite? Lazy blogger? unethical journalist? Hack?

    Oh, that's right...they're all applicable.

    "so, which label should we use to describe Mr. Cox this morning? Hypocrite? Lazy blogger? unethical journalist? Hack?

    How about all of the above!

    This site exposes the hypocracy of Robert Cox and Johnny Dollar far more than it does Keith Olbermann.

    If you hated hypocrites so much you wouldn't be an Olbermann fan. "nuff said.

    "If you hated hypocrites so much you wouldn't be an Olbermann fan. "nuff said."

    I'm no fan of Olbermann, I just have a problem with someone like Bob Cox starting a "Media Bloggers Association" and having the nerve to propose "blogger ethics."

    Tell me, Brandon, do you think Bob Cox has followed his own "guidelines" as he as articulated them in the paragraph above?

    There's nothing 'ethical' about this site, or it's hypocritical hatemongering 'mission'.

    "Hypocritical, hatemongering mission". Hmmm. You people just seem to love the hatemongering and hypocrital stuff when your buddy Olby is dishing it out. Can't take it huh?

    "Can't take it huh?"

    Gosh no Brandon. Please lay off of us a little. You're upsetting us SO much when you keep "dishing it out" with all that superior conservative intellect of yours. It's just not fair!

    But Hyper, we here at Olbywatch just style ourselves after your hero Olbermann. You don't seem to get the irony of it all.

    I know Brandon, that's because you guys are just SO smart ... it just bewilders little ole me.

    As the Great One, Mark Levin said, Olbermann spreads stupidity for the stupid. Guess that explains why you're such a huge fan of his there Hyper, he makes even idiots like you feel smarter.

    Hey Brandon; You're not one of these obsessed people we might read about in tha paper one day who become so obsessed with a personality that they start stalking them in person, are you?

    Are you going to be the next Mark Chapman?

    In a perverted way, you already ARE guilty of being an on-line stalker.

    And you're obsessed with us here at Owatch "hater", so what does that say about you?

    "And you're obsessed with us here at Owatch "hater", so what does that say about you?"

    Good question Brandon ole buddy! I guess I'm gonna have to fess up to my real mission here in studying obsessive compulsive personalty disorders such as your's.

    Some folks like you become obsessed with things they dislike, even though these things do them no harm. This disorder manifests itself in this wierd compulsive desire to try to 'kill' the things they disdain, when simply ignoring them would be the more prudent and sane response.

    I'm part of a study to try to determine exactly what is driving these individuals with this irrational, or more likely politically based dislike of of a public figure such as Olbermann. We're trying to determine what makes these sick individuals simply incapable of ignoring Keith Olbermann, the way I just ignore Hannity, Limbaugh, and the entire Fox network? Some of my colleagues were assigned to various mental hospitals. I was assigned to Olbermann Watch.

    Inquiring minds want to know?

    Apparently, OW is based on hatred. Let's not bring the site back due to supporters of the site, let's bring it back because it was despised by so many. Either that or it has no supporters, and all the people such as Cee, RedWolf, Brandon ect....... are all Bobby Cox and Johnny Peso posing as supporters.

    OW is based on hatred? If you took away hate from Olbermann, he wouldn't have a show.

    And the old talking point about there only being one poster here at Owatch using multiple names is old, tired, and totally a lie but keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better.

    We can depend on Brandon to keep popping his lil ole head up, because he is absolutely obsessed with this TV commentator that he doesn't even have to watch. His goal, along with the goal of this misguided website, is to take away the privilege of ANYBODY else to watch Olbermann just because THEY doesn't approve of him.

    Really Brandon, Bush should hire 'Brandon' and appoint him to head a new cabinet level office - the office of media censorship.

    This is the ultimate in selfishness, AND as I've said before, a form of mental illness.

    >But Hyper, we here at Olbywatch just style ourselves after your hero Olbermann. You don't seem to get the irony of it all.
    Posted by: Brandon at March 11, 2007 8:31 AM

    Brandon's Irony is everyone else's Hypocrisy!

    F'in Hilarious!

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    This is the ultimate in selfishness, AND as I've said before, a form of mental illness.

    Posted by: Hypohater at March 12, 2007 12:10 PM
    A form of mental illness is someone that posts under several different names, as I have pointed out before. Do you hate yourself, too? You should, since you're a "hypo."

    There goes Jeff again...saying it's "mental illness" if you post under other names ...or you're a coward if no name at all.

    This boy has some deep seated insecurities.

    THIS is what he has to worry about in his life?

    This boy has some deep seated insecurities.

    THIS is what he has to worry about in his life?

    Posted by: at April 30, 2007 7:22 PM
    Speak for yourself, you're the one doing it. I think it's funny, myself.

    Speak for yourself, you're the one doing it. I think it's funny, myself.
    Posted by: royalking at April 30, 2007 7:30 PM

    That's why you called it mental illness.
    Nice try to backstroke...but you stepped in sh-t again.

    Oh yea? Hows that, lm?

    Jeff loves to claim ignorance when he gets his ass handed to him.
    He's the laughing stock of this site.

    "Jeff loves to claim ignorance when he gets his ass handed to him."
    "He's the laughing stock of this site."

    And I don't really know whether it is sad or funny that Jeff doesn't even seem to know that he's the laughing stock of this site

    Jeff loves to claim ignorance when he gets his ass handed to him.
    He's the laughing stock of this site.

    Posted by: at April 30, 2007 11:39 PM
    The opinion of one anonyloon and THE biggest hypocrite and THE biggets liar. LMAO!

    "THE biggets liar"?.....LOL

    olbyloon rule #1, when you get debunkedor proven wrong, go for typos!

    Oh NOOOO...I just got "debunkedor proven wrong" again!....Ya know how I know? Cuz Jeff sez so!