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Olbermann on O’Reilly, Colbert on Huckabee, and Stewart on Kristol

August 17th, 2007 · 2 Comments · Comedy, Culture, Foreign Policy, Journalism, Media, Politics, TV, Video

Keith Olbermann explains why Bill O’Reilly is no less than two of the three worst people in the world. (Hint: It includes defaming someone as being anti-semitic … who was actually attacking anti-semitism!)

I Stomach Huckabee: Colbert on the Iowa straw poll. Oh, and watch for the moment when the Governor threatens to break Stephen’s other hand. 
Also — set your timers now for the Colbert-Branson interview trainwreck. 
… And in case you missed it earlier in the week, Jon Stewart practically laughs Bill Kristol off the set, as Kristol scatters pearls like, “Things are getting better [in Iraq]. No one doubts that.” 


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  • Aaron

    I must say I thought hard about Huckabee’s statement regarding “devolution”: that he’s been watching Congress and is convinced that former humans are turning into monkeys.

    Could be. But all I can say to that is, they’re following the example of the Executive Branch–people who started out as monkeys and never evolved.

    You know what they say: monkey see, monkey doo-doo.

  • Aaron

    Oh, and can I just say, I love how Olbermann refers to Bill as “Bill Orally.”

    That can mean–SO many things. That he wouldn’t want us to know about.