But now, he will be back on the channel tonight. The man who threw the penalty flag on him was holding Keith to standards of the news division, failing to recognize that MSNBC is more of a partisan undertaking, seeking to bring information from the liberal viewpoint to a medium in which such is sadly lacking. In other words, no, you don't want Brian Williams writing checks to support his candidates. I don't even know how Brian Williams's politics shake out; he could be very liberal or very conservative. Although he does seem very smart. He should report the news and not be partisan either way.
Back to Olbermann, it would be nice to think that he should be non-partisan, but that's not the kind of show he does. It's called "Countdown with Keith Olberman," and the first thing he says every night is, "Which of these stories will you be talking about tomorrow?" He doesn't say, "Now, here's the news" or something fatuous such as "We report, you decide." There's no attempt at billing his show as being a review of the top news stories of the day. It only takes a few minutes with him to realize that he is not thoroughly objective. But I think that a lot of FOX viewers can watch his show and learn a lot.
So Hannity gave his money to a woman who is, at least, challenged by history, and I don't even know who these people are who received money from Keith. I wish he hadn't done it while knocking Hannity for doing it, but I guess that proves he's only human. There's only been one person to walk this earth and not be wrong about anything, and if you can forgive Keith for this flaw, I guess I can forgive Michelle Bachmann for not knowing what the devil she's "talkin' aboot."
By the way, I'm not very objective, either. But thanks for reading! I read all manner of material too and form my own opinions, just as everyone should.