NBC News Anchor Viciously Attacks Laura Bush
- 2010/04/29 17:10:42
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Olberman just manages to shine a very bright light on just what a jackass he really is. He would not know good form if it bit him in the ass! I don't understand how his "network" can look at his ratings with all six of his viewers and not fire him! He is not a reporter. He is a propagandist at best and a blind follower at worst. Mrs. Bush was the classiest 1st Lady this country has had in a long time! Olbermann, I have some questions for you: How did you become so vile? You're nothing but a schoolyard bully. Laura Bush did nothing to deserve such vitriol. Your vicious personal attack against this former First Lady is unbelievable, even for you. How can you do that and still call yourself a human being? Where do you get this affinity for spewing such hatred and bile? How can you do this evil work every day and not hurl yourself off a tall building? Do you practice this hatred and intolerance by putting puppies in microwave ovens? Do you get up in the morning and shoot the neighbors cat just to get into 'the zone?" Such evil cannot exist on earth without some balance on the other side, which is simply not being heard at the moment. Your time is coming...
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