Keith Olbermann: Supreme Court Ruling Makes Every Politician ‘A Prostitute’

This may be the one time I can say I don’t think Olbermann is guilty of bombast. He recently abandoned the long, special comment format on his show and instead makes two nightly “quick comments” (because I think even his core audience was getting tired of the long-winded tirades) but if there’s a reason to get worked up, it’s this. I know disinfo.com visitors have plenty to say and I’m curious to hear your thoughts on KO’s special comment “U.S. Government for Sale”:

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  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/PDDVWRQVUPMKRGHURIEQVNYWHQ Sean

    they've been prostitutes for a long time

  • rageplug

    He starts off fine, then slides back into the typical blaming the standard boogie men: evangelicals, racists, Sarah Palin…..This is a very serious issue, and instead of reaching out to all, he names his favorite punching bags….Newsflash for you Keith, don't worry about the teabaggers, instead take the power of your bully pulpit and blast ANYONE who isn't outraged by this and shake hands with ANYONE who will oppose this with you. But you won't do that, will you?… Nope. Gotta keep up that left/right paradigm. Yup. Hump that dead whore one more time!

  • gotnostringsonme

    Totally agree with rageplug. If this ruling isn't corrected soon, all of our politicians are going to require some kind of corporate endorsement to be elected to office. That's not the America I know. BTW- Corporations are not people, and hence, not entitled to human's rights under the constitution.

  • Alexander Hamlton

    He scares children.

  • Alexander Hamlton

    He scares children.

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