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A link to Olbermann's commentary on Obama's betrayal

Here is a link that will take you to Keith Olbermann's sad but excellent commentary on the latest Obama disappointment: his giving in to the GOP crooks and betrayal of the American people who listened to his empty words, placed their trust in him, and gave him their vote. Click here to go there.

1 comment:

  1. Only in America can a third rate street hustler become President.

    No, I didn't vote for the Kenyan. I didn't vote for that liberal retard McCain either. I voted for Sarah Palin!

    Now, as a 50 y/o conservative, I think I'll kick back with a little...hmmmmm....ah, here we go...Lil Hardin on that venerable Riverside label.

    Anybody remember that one? Ring any bells?
    Now, if I could find anybody who knows anything about making that record in the year I was born...I'd love to know where the cover shot was taken? Could it have been in front of the same hallowed house she shared with her new hubby back in the '20's?

    Just wonderin'...?

    Jack in KC