Maybe he heard that the president called liberals like him "sanctimonious," but Keith Olbermann is pretty worked up. Watch to the end if you want to see the claws come out.
Keith Olbermann has had it with Liebermancare, and he says the president will lose the left and possibly face a primary challenger if he doesn't kill the "heinous mandate" in the health reform bill.
The "Countdown" host, having just emerged from a personal encounter with the system, pulls out all the stops for a special hour-long comment on the need for health care reform.The "Countdown" host pulls out all the stops for a special hour-long comment on the need for health care reform.
It's no secret that Keith Olbermann and Bill O'Reilly don't get along, but the two TV personalities have drastically scaled back their attacks on one another ever since a private meeting between GE and News Corp. CEOs determined the feud was bad for the bottom line.
Last night, John McCain's 95-year-old mother Roberta appeared on "The Tonight Show" to talk political punditry Watch as she bashes Keith Olbermann and responds to Rush Limbaugh's call to kick her son out of the Grand Old Party “ He does not represent the Republican Party that I belong to," she said .
Yes, Keith Olbermann and other pundits (paging Anderson Cooper) had a field day with the right wing's adoption of "tea bagging" as the driving metaphor behind their Tax Day protests. But no, the double entendres didn't start "on the blogs," as Bill O'Reilly's "nice lady" guest Amanda Carpenter suggested on his show.
Keith Olbermann, in this comma-laden "Countdown" diatribe, really lets loose on the idea of George Bush's legacy being anything but a dishonorable, terror-filled and disastrous eight years.
"This isn't about yelling, and this isn't about politics," says the "Countdown" anchor, who points out that the president-elect would not exist if Americans had never "redefined" marriage.
If guilt-by-association is a game Sarah Palin wants to play, Keith Olbermann is more than happy to go head-to-head. Rev. Muthee, the witch vanquisher, anyone? How about secessionist Joe Vogler?
David Letterman was already giving John McCain a hard time for his suspended campaign when he spotted the GOP nominee with fellow CBS personality Katie Couric on the network feed. McCain had canceled his "Late Show" appearance, telling Letterman he had to fly back to Washington, but instead flew into Couric's studio.