Keith Olbermann is back: His first new Special Comment.

Via on Jun 20, 2011
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The weakest among us is more important than the greatest corporation.

Well said, Mr. Olbermann. I’m not a fan of partisanship either way, but this Special Comment is as eloquent as its source.

Click over to Current for the whole bit.

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One Response to “Keith Olbermann is back: His first new Special Comment.”

  1. Sorry, but I feel that Keith Olberman's words carry very little weight with me. His career path bears the mark of a deeply cynical person whose main pursuit is higher pay.

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