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Keith Olbermann on the politicization of 9/11

September 10th, 2008 · 3 Comments

From tonight’s Keith Olbermann’s commentary on MSNBC’s Countdown (10 September 2008):

Thus, Sen. McCain, were you able to accomplish a further inversion of reality at your party’s nominating convention last week.

There was the former Mayor of the City of New York,  the one who took no counter-terrorism measure in his seven years in office between the first attack on the World Trade Center, and the second attack.

Nothing, except to insist, despite all advice and warning, that his Emergency Command Center be moved directly into the World Trade Center.

Yet there was this man, Sir, Rudolph Giuliani, quite succinctly dismissed as “A Noun, a Verb, and 9/11” [by current Democratic vice-presidential candidate Joe Biden], and repudiated even by Republican voters, transformed into the keynote speaker, Sen. McCain at your convention.

And his childish, squealing, braying, Tourette’s-like repetition of 9/11 (TM), was greeted not as conclusive evidence that he is consumed by massive guilt – hard-earned guilt, in fact but rather as some kind of political tour-de-force, an endorsement of your Vice Presidential nominee, a rookie governor, a facile and slick con artist.

The blind endorsing the bland, to a chorus of 9/11 (TM), 9/11 (TM), 9/11 (TM.)

Tags: politics · TV

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Brentski // Sep 11, 2008 at 7:50 AM

    “If you do not vote Republican, this will happen again, and YOU WILL DIE!!!!”

  • 2 Stu // Sep 11, 2008 at 9:24 AM

    Good stuff, and on target. Going to pass it along…

    Love the ending, “Well Senator McCain, hadn’t you better go and do it then?”…..

  • 3 Marshall in Seattle // Sep 19, 2008 at 7:25 PM

    Olbermann is the anti-O’Reilly, and God bless him! Those who decry his blatant liberal-progressivism should watch O’Reilly and Hannity on Fixed News or listen to chief clown Limbaugh to see how well they give mouth to the talking points of American Fascism. Which do you really think is worse, the most dangerous to America?

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