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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Young Master Keith's Very Special Comment

What is up with Keith Olbermann? On September 11, 2006, he delivers a long rant against President Bush. Last night he does another long rant demanding that "Mister Bush," as he childishly calls the President, apologize to the country. (Here.) Master Keith's demand for an apology was prompted by the President answering a question at a press conference with this remark "It's unacceptable to think that there's any kind of comparison between the behavior of the United States of America and the action of Islamic extremists who kill innocent women and children to achieve an objective,..." (First Q and A in transcript here.)

Master Keith played a little word game and worked himself up a fine little temper tantrum because President Bush said, "it's unacceptable to think." Master Keith's rant is just nonsense. The President isn't making thought a crime or saying that thought is unacceptable.

Two can play this silly game.

Back in 1994 President Clinton said this in his State of the Union speech:
"We can't renew our country unless more of us--I mean, all of us--are willing to join the churches and the other good citizens, people like all the ministers I've worked with over the years or the priests and the nuns I met at Our Lady of Help in east Los Angeles or my good friend Tony Campollo in Philadelphia, unless we're willing to work with people like that, people who are saving kids, adopting schools, making streets safer." (Here.)
O my God! . It's clear that the former President has given up on America, "We can't renew our country." Even worse, Mister Clinton, or should that be Reverend Clinton, apparently believes America's only hope is for all Americans to become Christians: "We can't renew our country unless ... all of us -- are willing to join the churches." Mister Clinton, have you no shame? This country is a secular republic not a theocracy!





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