I think whenever I hear the phrase "righteous fury" from now, I'm going to have Keith Olbermann's face in my head.
21 May 2008 at 08:39 AM
Yeah I've never seen him hit this hard before, good as he's been on occasion in the past. Weirdly I don't normally like his rants; I sort of know where he's going with it all and I sure don't need my own disgust affirmed. But this one's got something special.
Wax Banks |
21 May 2008 at 08:47 AM
You nailed it right there, I think -- this is by far the angriest he's ever seemed during one of his rants. He was either truly flamingly pissed off or a much better actor than I might've thought.
Two things I like about Olbermann's rants: I appreciate the fact that he has the balls to say (albeit through TV) some pretty outrageous, disrepectful things -- things someone in his position needs to say -- to the "leader" of our country; also, that he respects his audience enough to assume they'll follow along behind his high-falutin' vocabulary. I think this speech hit high-water marks on both of those fronts.
22 May 2008 at 11:45 PM
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