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Keith Olbermann indefinitely suspended without pay

Friday, November 5, 2010

This is great news. Olbermann donated money to Democratic congressional candidates in violation of MSNBC policy. It is great to see that his ass is off the air and I hope he stays off the air. He is a poor excuse for a television journalist or commentator.

His program is so politically biased to one side, the far left side, that it's not funny. The only guests he books on his show are yes men who agree with him. There is no critical thinking or give and take on that show. It's all hard left all the time.

Of course he is little different than other MSNBC hosts such as Ed Schultz and lesbian Rachel (Madcow) Maddow. They are all no more than leftist swine, and it is my hope that MSNBC's new owners, Comcast, will send them all packing. After all, MSNBC routinely gets slaughtered in the ratings by top rated Fox News Channel. Perhaps if some fairness and balance were added to MSNBC their ratings would go up.

I am calling for MSNBC to not only suspend Olbermann but fire him immediately. If they do that, perhaps even I would watch them.

Keith Olbermann Suspension Big News… On CNN
posted by John, 3:40 PM

3 Comments:

Keith Olbermann is not the first and won't be the last to support the ones who really cares for the Country. It was unjust to suspend him. The one who should not be suspended rather fire is Bill O Reilly, Shaw Hannity and all the rest of those trouble makers on Fox News.
commented by Anonymous Tony, November 5, 2010 at 4:09 PM  
Just out of curiosity, John, do you ever watch Fox News?
No Len, I don't watch Fox News. I get all of my news off the Internet.

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