Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Olbermann on James O'Keefe Scandal

Some informative video from Keith Olbermann regarding the James O'Keefe wiretapping scandal.

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If these alleged perpetrators are now facing twenty or more years apiece, they could be under real pressure to reveal whether the alleged conspiracy went beyond O'Keefe, Basel, Flanagan, and Dai. It's fascinating to speculate how far this story may go. Andrew Breitbart is running just as hard and fast away from O'Keefe as he can right now.


James Young said...

Not nearly as "hard and fast" as the moonbats ran away from ACORN.

JTylerBallance said...

Republicans always think that the laws are for everyone else, but them.

They think torture is OK, because they think it will never be turned against them.

They think rendering is OK as long as it happens to somebody else, but not them.

They think imprisoning American citizens are OK, as long as it is not them.

They think it is OK for government agencies to blacklist our citizens who are seen as dissidents or potentially sympathetic to anyone who might be an enemy.

Republicans say, "It's not FASCISM when WE do it."

We can't have a Jack Bauer approach to our laws, where Republican operatives are given the green light by higher-ups to do whatever they want, in their attempts to embarrass the Democrats or anyone else seen as the opposition.