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September 25, 2006

Clinton, Olbermann and Courage

Crooks and Liars has two must-see video-clips up.  The first is a 20-minute video of Chris Wallace's deceptive interview of President Clinton.   Clinton was astounding.  He owned that time despite Wallace's truly disrespectful and dishonest questions. If you haven't seen it, you must.  Fox has been spinning this interview like crazy so it's valuable to see what Clinton actually said. 

Sara Robinson, writing at Orcinus, has more on Clinton's courage on telling the truth in the face of unremitting rewriting of history and a dishonest Fox News interview.  Titled, "The Big Dog Bites Back", it too is great.

Then Keith Olbermann weighed in on what Clinton did versus what Bush does.  With this ongoing set of Special Comments, Olbermann steps firmly into Edward R. Murrow's shoes, down to his famous sign off - "Good night and good luck".

Posted by Lynn Allen on September 25, 2006 at 10:54 PM in National and International Politics | Permalink

Comments

President Clinton spoke the truth about Bush's inaction regarding bin Laden before 9/11, just as Keith Olbermann said, but Bill wasn't the first to point out those facts.
I wrote a book about Bush's 9/11 failure, when he loitered around like a slacker on Oxy—then ran away like Cheney from a draft notice.
And all of the warnings before the four attacks and the zero response from the Decider are documented—Bush did nothing.

Ron Schalow
Author of "Bull$#*! Artist - The 9/11 Leadership Myth"

Posted by: Ron Schalow | Sep 25, 2006 11:32:34 PM

Two additional points, I see Jack Cafferty weighed in over at CNN in a similar version of Keith. A bit too short and sweet and well captured regardless. Also I see that the PDB's Bush gets...apparently there were 35 separate mentions of UBL that Bush got in his first 8 months of office according to the 9/11 Commission report. Pretty much says it all.

Posted by: mainsailset | Sep 26, 2006 9:38:45 AM

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