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12/8/08

Olbermann on Obama's betrayal (12/08/10)

The following commentary by MSNBC's Keith Olbermann was aired on December 7, 2010, a day when it became abundantly clear that President Obama has, indeed, sold the American people a pile of bullshit and adds betrayal to his history of hypocrisy. Like so many others, I am embarrassed to have given him my vote in 2000. He will never get another from me.


1 comment:

  1. Makes you want to cry, doesn't it? The Chamberlain parallel didn't occur to me, but is so apt.

    O lost me finally and probably forever a few days earlier, when he froze federal salaries. What a gutless, transparent, not to mention pointless and ineffectual action.

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