OLBERMANN CRITICIZES FAUX PRESIDENT OBAMA – HELL FREEZES OVER!!!

Yes, it happened this evening . . . Keith Olbermann, Obama lapdog & apologist extraordinaire, criticized Obama and his “Justice” Department. Seems his administration has taken steps that are more extreme than Bush 43 ‘s position on wiretapping and a citizen’s right to sue the government.

We all remember how outraged the left and the MSM media were about Bush’s tactics and the wide scale intrusion into our right for privacy? This evening in the irony of ironies it was Olbermann bringing this issue to the forefront. For the first 10 minutes of his program he was the Keith of old … performing like an actual journalist.  Alas, that didn’t last very long . . .  one segment that’s all!

To the point:

The Obama administration is defending, yet again, the wide ranging illegal wire tapping program of the Bush administration despite fiercely criticizing this policy during the Presidential campaign. His Justice Department is advancing the usual circular logic argument of “national security” in defending the government against a suit brought on behalf of AT&T customers who suspect that their communications were illegally intercepted by federal authorities.



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2 responses to “OLBERMANN CRITICIZES FAUX PRESIDENT OBAMA – HELL FREEZES OVER!!!

  1. John Payne

    “Faux President”? Obama wasn’t elected president by an overwhelming majority of American voters?

    Using the word ‘Faux’ (as in ‘Faux News’ to mock Fox News, where you mindlessly picked this up), means that “it is NOT in reality”. Being elected president by the overwhelming majority of American voters makes you the actual president (unlike Bush who lost in 2000, and unlike Hillary who lost in the primaries).

    Reality’s apparently something you despise. And your being a sexist twit only makes your situation more pathetic and “faux reality”.

  2. John:

    Thanks for the comment. It was worthy of a post.

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