April 18, 2006

Memo to Keith Olbermann: Go back to ESPN. Now.

I used to like Keith Olbermann.  I thought he was really funny, and some of the stunts that he pulled with his SportsCenter colleagues (especially Dan Patrick) are classics in TV history.

Then he decided to be a serious journalist.  Or something like that.  And got his own show on msnbc (the conflicted network).

Now he votes Michelle Malkin as "The Worst Person in the World".  I'll admit she's often over the top and takes positions that even her fellow Conservatives sometimes scratch their heads at, but NONE of this qualifies her as the "worst person in the world".

Michelle and I don't always agree, but there's no doubt she is a loving and devoted Mom and Wife, a thoughtful intellect, and above all a law-abiding tax-payer.  Sure, she broadcast some phone numbers, THAT WERE ON A PRESS RELEASE.  It's not like she used some clandestine cabal to obtain them.  They were published and publicly available.  Who did she rape or murder?  When did she plot a terrorist attack?

This Guy, now, he might merit "world's worst", or This Guy  or This Guy.

Yet another example of the "Unhinged" left, throwing words around like they don't mean anything.  Or maybe Olbermann is simply too ashamed to admit that he doesn't ever look outside his own backyard.

Expose the Left has the video.  Flap has the press release in question.

Posted by caltechgirl at April 18, 2006 11:56 AM | TrackBack

I wish MSNBC would cancel his show and put Tucker on for two hours. Sadly, I think Olbermann's is the highest rated show on the network.

Posted by: AW Cunningham 3 at April 18, 2006 01:22 PM

The anti-racist One People's Project website has released her details which the say are publically available on the Internet. Someone took it a step further and used live.windows.com and yahoo maps to do a Graphic

Posted by: themole at April 19, 2006 06:19 AM

Mole, that website can hardly be called "anti-racist".

Posted by: Ken Summers at April 19, 2006 10:25 AM