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    Olbermann Watch, "persecuting" Keith since 2004


    June 5, 2009
    Friday Recappers Open Thread

    Have at it. Comments are open!


    Posted by johnny dollar | Permalink | Comments (35) | | View blog reactions

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    That was great! Great Thanks and a Pleasure to Steven Crowder and Pajamas TV.

    Liar, that's not Keith. He would never have anyone on who would disagree with him. And this Keith was way less orange.

    Fantastic! I haven't had a good ol' belly laugh in quite a while.

    Thanks for posting it Johnny. Everybody should check out Pajamas TV and get a membership. Crowder just signed over there but they have Zo too.

    Memo to MLB teams in the NYC area, Olbermann isn't working tonight so he's probably there. Make sure you show him on the jumbtron so his "faithful" can boo him.

    I don't know what's worse, Bathtub boy or hearing Robin, spew his little boy venom.

    The Mets are in D.C. to play the Washington Nationals. The Yankees were rained out.

    ahh, I stand corrected. maybe he traveled on train. as he's too big to fly :)

    For your reading pleasure, from tonight's Factor Viewer E-Mail:
    Denise Austin, Dana Point, CA (MC editorial: no relation, I'm sure): "Bill, I'm pro-choice. A secular progressive. And believe you were not responsible for what happened to Dr. Tiller. Hate and evil act on their own."
    Bill's response: "I agree, Denise. And today, the feds say they're gonna launch an investigation into the Tiller murder. Good."

    Mike C,

    O'Rielley had the best of Miller '09 tonight. Can you find that video?

    Thanks as always buddy. Notice I didn't Great thank you.

    Here you go, CD. While I'm at it, the Factor TV Icon segment featured clips from "The Ed Sullivan Show."

    Has anyone ever noticed that MSNBC basically shuts down on Friday night at 10:00 pm??? They run a bunch of crap and re-runs on the weekend then start back up Monday morning. It's like immediately after the Maddow Show everyone runs for the exits and the last one out has to turn off the lights and lock the door.

    Once I saw that Robin was the guest host, CLICK! Next to KO, Robin is the most smug,borning, stupid person at MSNBC! And I tuned into the Manboy after Countdown, she thinks its funny to make fun of the names of English people.


    By nomorekeithAuthor Profile Page on June 5, 2009 11:04 PM

    Once I saw that Robin was the guest host, CLICK! Next to KO, Robin is the most smug,borning, stupid person at MSNBC! And I tuned into the Manboy after Countdown, she thinks its funny to make fun of the names of English people.

    I hear ya, once I know it's Robin, I quickly just go "click". He's so boring, it's like watching his old show, only he's trying to act like Bathtub Boy. I can't handle watching Manboy, she just too smug like all the other liberals on MSNBC, it's as if they're just still gloating their boy is now President.

    Sounds like someone knows this asshole.

    Yeah once Rachael is done, they go into Lock Down, or Catch A Predator mode. Though they do "some" news on the weekends, but it isn't much. Maybe a couple hours on Sat and Sun.

    The video is cute but there is one major problem with it. KO never, absolutely never, has anyone on his show that has a different opinion. If one of his set piece guess (Jesse Ventura) offers a point of view that is not Olberspeak, Olbermann will desperately try to ignore the comment. Olbermann does not know how to debate. He is a coward who will only shout insults from afar.

    Krazy Keith will not mention D-Day
    Murdered soldier and nothing to say
    A terrorist attack
    And Olby the hack
    Evidently thinks it's ok

    Wow! MSNBC is coving the 65th anniversary of D-Day. Glad to see they made the effort to come in on the weekend to cover the story. Of course, they are making it just as much about Obama as the veterans.

    I guess the soldiers in WWII are the only ones MSNBC respects but it reminded me of Lt. Michael Murphy. This from Wikipedia:

    Michael Patrick Murphy (May 7, 1976 – June 28, 2005) was a United States Navy SEAL posthumously awarded the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions during the current War in Afghanistan. He was the first person to be awarded the medal for actions in Afghanistan; and the first member of the U.S. Navy to receive the award since the Vietnam War.

    President Bush posthumously gave the award to Lt. Murphy's parents in October 2007. I remember this because MSNBC did not cover the story at all. Their hatred of President Bush was so great that they would not cover this tremendous story of bravery and courage. BOR covered the lack of coverage by the main stream media for a few days. I remember e-mailing MSNBC about 5 times asking why they did not cover this story but, of course, I got no response...the same with the murder of PFC Long.

    PFC Long, Lt. Murphy, as well as the same successes in Irag that mirror what The US Armed forces saw at Normandy, do not contribute to the leftist narrative...so they are not fairly covered. The very freedom of the French, retrieved from the Nazis by the allies, is no different than that retrieved from the totalitarians like Al Queda and Saddam Hussein for the Iraqis......

    But the anti-America left holds that some are more entitled to freedom than others.

    The personal political advantage trumps all for the members of the church of SNOBamessiah. Even on D-Day this truth holds tight.

    A shame.

    VERO POSSUMUS! WTF?



    TB (29-28) 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 4 9 9 4

    NYY (32-23) 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 7 7 2

    W: Howell (1-2, 2.22); L: Rivera (0-2, 3.47); SV: Choate (3)
    HR: TB: Zobrist (11), Aybar, W (4). NYY: Teixeira (17), Rodriguez, A (8).

    Bad Day At The Ballpark for Keith, Rivera gets rocked in the ninth.

    During my morning reading of the news, I was reminded of another eloquent speech made at a D-Day memorial event in 2004:

    "Standing at a lectern with a clear view of the English Channel, packed with vintage ships from the Second World War, Bush spoke of the great battle that had taken place below the cliffs in front of him, and how, when the firing had finally ended and the wounded and dead were removed from the beaches, the sand was still littered for mile upon mile with the equipment of the armies and the belongings of the boys who had given everything they had.

    "'There were life belts and canteens and socks and K-rations and helmets and diaries and snapshots,' Bush said. 'And there were Bibles, many Bibles, mixed with the wreckage of war. Our boys had carried in their pockets the book that brought into the world this message: GREATER LOVE HAS NO MAN THAT THIS: THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS. America honors all the liberators who fought here in the noblest of causes.'

    "Turning then toward Chirac, Bush delivered the speech's kicker. 'AND AMERICA WOULD DO IT AGAIN, FOR OUR FRIENDS.'"

    "The field of green was silent for a moment before the aging audience broke into heartfelt applause. Chirac, clearly moved by Bush's words, approached the American president, grasped both his hands, and for a poignant moment, did not let go."

    http://www.politicsdaily.com/2009/06/06/obama-in-good-company-on-d-day/


    ###
    I recommend reading the entire piece.

    How important was the context of Bush's speech, as was Obama's?....The Iraq War raged then and rages now, with American blood being spent for the freedom of others. The radical anti-America left, as evidenced by Keith Olbermann's words documented on this site, felt then and still feel (if now hypocritically muted), that the war WASTED that sacrifice.

    How wrong could Obama and Olbermann be.

    What a shame.

    VERO POSSUMUS! WTF?

    During my morning reading of the news, I was reminded of another eloquent speech made at a D-Day memorial event in 2004:

    "Standing at a lectern with a clear view of the English Channel, packed with vintage ships from the Second World War, Bush spoke of the great battle that had taken place below the cliffs in front of him, and how, when the firing had finally ended and the wounded and dead were removed from the beaches, the sand was still littered for mile upon mile with the equipment of the armies and the belongings of the boys who had given everything they had.

    "'There were life belts and canteens and socks and K-rations and helmets and diaries and snapshots,' Bush said. 'And there were Bibles, many Bibles, mixed with the wreckage of war. Our boys had carried in their pockets the book that brought into the world this message: GREATER LOVE HAS NO MAN THAT THIS: THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS. America honors all the liberators who fought here in the noblest of causes.'

    "Turning then toward Chirac, Bush delivered the speech's kicker. 'AND AMERICA WOULD DO IT AGAIN, FOR OUR FRIENDS.'"

    "The field of green was silent for a moment before the aging audience broke into heartfelt applause. Chirac, clearly moved by Bush's words, approached the American president, grasped both his hands, and for a poignant moment, did not let go."

    http://www.politicsdaily.com/2009/06/06/obama-in-good-company-on-d-day/


    ###
    I recommend reading the entire piece.

    How important was the context of Bush's speech, as was Obama's?....The Iraq War raged then and rages now, with American blood being spent for the freedom of others. The radical anti-America left, as evidenced by Keith Olbermann's words documented on this site, felt then and still feel (if now hypocritically muted), that the war WASTED that sacrifice.

    How wrong could Obama and Olbermann be.

    What a shame.

    VERO POSSUMUS! WTF?

    Ben Aflack still did the best impression I have ever seen. Plus Steven broker the cardinal rule of being being Keith Olbermann. He debated someone who disagrees with him.

    Realible Sources, Howard Kurtz and guest side with O'Reilly against Olbermann driven media reaction:

    http://crooksandliars.com/nicole-belle/reliable-sources-forget-tiller-bill-o

    I was about to link to video of the full "Reliable Sources" on CNN.com, but early in the show, non-partisan independent Bill was lumped in with conservatives. The topic was President Obama's speech in Cairo. Bill liked the speech in general, but didn't like the torture part. Kurtz said some conservatives (which Bill is not) liked it, too, but "Other conservatives? Not so much." I can't let Howard's distortion stand. So, here is Thursday's Talking Points Memo and Top Story segment (Part 1, at least) with Karl Rove. Dr. Marc Lamont Hill was in Part 2. A summary of both segments can be found on here.
    Kurtz may have sided with Bill on Oralmann, but he lumped him in with conservatives on the Cairo speech. I can't let that go unchallenged.

    "I have no major beef with the president on the speech - he is trying to diminish tensions in a dangerous world and I hope Muslim society listens." Does that sound like "not" liking it "so much," Howard?

    It's time for this week's Fox Haters Week in Review.

    I don't know if O'Reilly is Conservative or "non-partisan Independent", but I know he shoots his mouth off and gets himself in trouble quite often for not having his facts quite right.
    O'Reilly taken to task by Rick Sanchez :

    http://thinkprogress.org/2009/06/06/sanchez-oreilly/

    I'm sure the likely suspects will try to diminish BillO's embarrassing mistake here, but I'm not buying it.

    *This* likely suspect is taking back his apology from last week. Thanks for simultaneously hitting below the belt and revealing your true colors.

    Yeah, Billo tends to run his mouth a bit. But I took his comment about the other networks' coverage more as a generalization about the balance of coverage, and he was just citing what he saw. I don't think there's any question most in the media had way more coverage on George Tiller rather than Michael Long. O'Reilly phrased it badly and opened the door for Rick Sanchez to attempt to pick it apart. "Oh, we covered it!" But that's ignoring the bigger point about how much coverage Tiller got. I don't watch Sanchez so I don't know, but Sanchez's remarks open the door for a comparison, which O'Reilly will show, I believe, next week.

    True colors?
    I simply posted a clip from Reliable Sources and you over-reacted in defense of Bill O'Reilly. Good grief! The link I posted was a pro-O'Reilly/anti-Olbermann spot that didn't meet with your approval. Kurtz had the audacity to utter a phrase that wasn't, in your opinion, completely 100% in praise of O'Reilly.

    There is an old saying that goes something like: "Your praise of me is not worth a nickel if you cannot also criticize me."

    It seems to me that the commenting side of the site nowadays is more like " Aint' Bill O'Reilly Wonderful?" My observations conflict with that premise on occasion, and I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings.

    Mike C, I'm sorry you have such a low tolerance for people who don't think exactly as you would have them think. Believe it or not, there are many of us who love to mock Olbermann, and hold him in the greatest of disdain, and at the same time DON'T GIVE A CRAP ABOUT BILL O'REILLY.

    I truly deserved that. And I'm not being sarcastic when I say that. I really did deserve that. I didn't even notice that it was you that posted that "RS" link until after I saw your reply to my reply. Then, I reacted emotionally and hypersensitively. I think it's safe to say that as a center right guy, I'm the most liberal regular at OlbyWatch. And that isn't an insult.
    To repeat what I said last week, outside of J$, I'm probably the biggest FNC fan and BOR fan at OlbyWatch. For that, I should be posting more often at J$P, but an overabundance of NewsHounds trolls has led to moderation, eliminating immediacy. That's why I post here more often. With all the linking I do, mostly to FOXNews.com and NewsBusters, my comments are better suited for *there* than for *here*. I live and breathe broadcasting/media. It was major in college, and I have the degree to show for it. (I won't show it off like Oralmann, though.) But for my strong loathing of KO, I don't belong here.
    I'm not saying goodbye; I just wanted to get that off my chest.
    I apologize yet again, Dan, and anyone else that is sick of (not saying that pejoratively) my FNC/BOR cheerleading.

    Mike C. I'm an O'Reilly fan but you can't take his word for Gospel. Always remember everyone has an agenda, even if they don't admit it.

    Can I make it a little simpler for everyone? Bill O wanted to point out that no one IN PRIME TIME was covering the story. He did not. All he said was, with the exception of Anderson Cooper and a ridiculous segment on NBC Nightly Propaganda (I saw it) no one was covering it. If he had just used the phrase "PRIME TIME" he would have gotten in less trouble. It wasn't a lie, it was just a lack of facts. This is such a non-issue he shouldn't have even bothered with a correction.

    This is what happens when people actually watch your show. You can't get away with anything.

    I know he has an agenda, but it isn't a partisan political one.

    Believe it or not, there are many of us who love to mock Olbermann, and hold him in the greatest of disdain, and at the same time DON'T GIVE A CRAP ABOUT BILL O'REILLY....Dan

    Well the first part I agree with 100%, and the 2nd part would probably mean that you don't give a crap about what 1/2 of us say on this site as Bill usually echo's (which is just plain old common sense...) what that 50% say or vice versa (ironically that includes you too).

    Well I happen to like seeing what you have to say about the ape ruler Dan, as I do Bill, and enjoy the common sense from just about everybody else on here where it pertains to olbermann. Sorry you have this hatred for O'Reilly, but I tend to think it's more about his personna than it is to what he is saying, as you come across as a common sense guy too.

    I enjoyed this video, particularly as he strays into a Special Comment about how we are all required to behave in response to a minority being nom-exuse me, a Democratically nominated minority, to the Supreme Court.

    It is, however, and has been stated above, grossly inaccurate due to the simple truth that Keith does not allow (and cannot handle) guests on his show of any opposing position. I demand a retraction, other than that, nice work Stephen.

    This leads me to an overall point that we can spin out of this brief skit. When a new figure is introduced to the world of national politics, in this case, Judge Sotomayor, the hypocrisy regarding how they are to be treated is exuding overwhelmingly from NBC and the remainder of the main stream media. As soon as word as leaked this woman is to be nominated for the Supreme Court, the precedent is set by the Democrats; She is Latina, be careful what you say about her. She is new to the world of politics, please give her time to adjust, and don't rush to conclusions. She was nominated by a very smart President, assume that she is perfect for the position. And so on...

    Minutes after Palin was introduced to the American public as John McCain's running mate, Olbermann is writing checks to charity in increments based upon the amount of times she lies, of course only according to he and NBC.

    Bobby Jindal, a minority Governor and potentially a future leader of the Republican Party. Keith and his cohorts at MSNBC are giggling before he even makes his debut speech to the nation. They shortly thereafter called him a liar as well.

    It's really not even funny to me anymore. This happens daily on MSNBC, nightly on Countdown, and yet, Olbermann insists that Fox News is responsible for random murders and violence and led by the Republican party. But, Olbermann forgets one simple thing; that most of America, unlike his simple minded party, isn't fully of morons who mindlessly follow anyone who sounds good and has a winning smile. The majority of those who voted for Obama will start to see the error in their ways, as they already have, and Keith can't and won't do.

    I plan to make it my goal, for the next four years to see to it that Obama fails in his bid for re-election. Because this will devastate Olbermann, because his goal, is NBC's goal; Elect Obama, Re-Elect Obama...

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