Friday, May 22, 2009

Attacking Their Own For Not Doing What They Want When They Want It

John Gibson takes on Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann and their nutter left ideas that anyone who disagrees with them is just like Bush (*maniacal laughter fades into the background*)

(Olbermann Watch)

Wow. At least Rachel Maddow has the stones to criticize The One. She even gets a Countdown regular to help her out. But it's not like The Perfessor had a prior engagement, because as John Gibson explains, the infamous, deplorable one is so far in the tank for Barack Obama that when it comes time to cover his most recent flip-flop, well, what better time to change the subject?!?....

Here Olberamnn, like most liberals, do not respond to the points and arguments made -- in this case by Cheney -- they merely bloviate with accusations, straw-man arguments, and ad homonym attacks. No matter how many times you open up your thesaurus Olbermann and string describing words together, all that still makes you insignificant.


MSNBC's Keith Olbermann has said a lot of disgraceful things in his tenure as "Countdown" host, but on Thursday evening, he attacked former Vice President Dick Cheney in a fashion that should make all of America's enemies both here and abroad proud.

To give you an idea of the level of hatred and invective on display, this was the opening sentence of Olbermann's "Special Comment" concerning Cheney's speech to the American Enterprise Institute Thursday:

Neurotic, paranoid, false to fact and false to reason, forever self-rationalizing his inner rage at his own impotence, and failure dripping from every word, and as irrational, as separated from the real world, as dishonest, as insane as any terrorist; the former vice president has today humiliated himself beyond redemption.

But that was just the beginning, for moments later, Olbermann said Cheney was "culpable, morally, ethically" for 9/11: "At best, you are guilty of malfeasance and eternally lasting stupidity. At worst, sir, in the deaths of 9/11, you are negligent."

Had to throw in this montage of "TeaBagging":