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Keith Olbermann (MSNBC) calls out the President for his lies about the Iraq sales pitch - Says “Who does the President think he’s F’n kidding?”
(The link below leads you to the video clip, too!)
Do a search on RadMod for “Olbermann” to see more of how I respect Olbermann’s willingness to call-out those who shamelessly propagandize. In the past, Olbermann has called-out the Republican apologists in the media, like O’Reilly and Limbaugh.
Olbermann on 3-20-06 called-out the President, with the utmost unbelievable clarity, by saying “Who does the President think he’s F’n kidding?”
How refreshing for a major media figure like Olbermann to speak the truth to power. This kind of clarity is how we common folk speak when we talk about the government’s lies and propaganda, regardless of what our political persuasion might be.
The item that caused such a burst of exceptionally honest criticism from Olbermann was the President’s denial, 3-20-06, that he had linked Saddam to 9-11.
The president took unscripted questions (Oh my god, he did WHAT!?). And he probably won’t do it again for a long time. A questioner asked the President about how his three main arguments in favor of the Iraq war had all been proven false: WMDs, Saddam trying to buy nuclear material from Niger, and Saddam being connected to 9-11.
Here’s how the President responded to the unscripted question, and how Olbermann responded to the President’s response (BONUS: The link contains the Olbermann Vid Clip!) -
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