|Keith interviews President Clinton
Part two… Part three… and the final segment.
(The clips are offered in the order they were shown on “Countdown”.)
Keith Olbermann started his interview with President Bill Clinton by handing
him an envelope to build 8 more schools in Kenya. You could see Mr. Clinton was
As for the Clinton
Global Initiative, this week President Clinton raised over $7 BILLION for
the world. He is truly an amazing leader and gives us all great pride in our party and our country.
Also on “Countdown”, Jonathan Turley lays out the truth on our Torture
in Chief's policies and just how far we've fallen from our Founders dreams.
Oh, and by the way, Bill Clinton is smarter than Fox “News's” Chris Wallace. Duh. You'll see on Sunday, when Wallace tries to corner The Master. Good luck, pal. Point to Clinton.
…and by the way, Arianna kicked Hannity's butt tonight. It was a thing of beauty.
The interview with Keith is stellar and uplifting, something we all need right
… and while you're at it, take a look at a young veteran who just started blogging. Below is part of an email he sent me earlier today. Hats off to our vets and the men and women giving their lives every day.
As a twenty-one year veteran from a military family my disgust with the Republicans has no limits. The administration and its lock-step followers feel that the children of the working class exist for no other purpose than to fight in wars with no real purpose of national security but rather for their own personal agendas and provide fat contracts for their corporate supporters. Iraq is such a war. While these armchair-warriors wage war in Iraq they fund it on the backs of the military, veterans and, more reprehensible, disabled veterans who have sacrificed the most. The voting records of Republicans on veteran legislation is irrefutable proof of their contempt of those who serve. The underfunding of the VA and the continual raising of the bar for mandated benefits earned in service is how the administration and the Republican party funds the Iraq debacle. … In closing, continue to say what needs to be said. There are far to few to speak on behalf of the average American trying to survive in a country ruled by an elite, wealthy class. – Reality Patrol