posted on Aug, 11 2009 @ 09:35 AM
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
I thought it was pretty good. It's important that those who are buying this fear-mongering look under the surface instead of having the knee-jerk
reactions that are ill-informed and don't contribute to a solution.
Wow. I felt the same thing upon listening to Olbermann. I stopped at the 5:38 mark but just from that 1/3 of the video, I heard:
1). Clear and present danger to safety and security of this nation.
2). Panic, chaos, bash skulls.
3). Mob/Mob rule.
5). Innocent bystanders will be hurt.
6). Orgy fantasizing about violence.
7). Fantasizing about murder.
Did you not hear that? I'd say Olbermann is just as guilty of fear mongering. Pretty blatant, too.
On a side note I laughed at the irony of Olbermann criticizing Beck. They BOTH take orders from Washington. It's a set up. They attack each other, as
they're told. It's like pro wrestling. Olbermann and Beck are shills on the same team who are only acting like they're opponents.
I have no respect for Olbermann or Beck. I can even understand some of the criticism against Palin in this case and I will not defend her. But
Olbermann, as usual, takes it so over the top with propaganda I could never describe any of his government-organized rants as 'good.'
I beg everyone to REALLY listen to Beck, Olbermann, and the like. Look at the clues and you'll see it. Whether liberal or conservative, drop your
bias and pay close attention to the pundits and you'll see what a constructed joke they really are.
Olbermann gets a big fat
from me. He, too, is using fear mongering tactics. Why accuse one side of this without acknowledging the other?