Keith Olbermann calls FOX's Chris Wallace a "monkey" and of course, since he's not a Republican he can get away with it:
Anyway, here's the deal with the prick that is Keith Olbermann, a former sportsjournalist now trying to cast himself as some sort of political expert: don't take him seriously as most of the television viewing audience does as evidenced by the fact that they don't watch him.
Wallace - who was greeted by former president Bill Clinton with a finger wagging lecture worth of "I did not have sex with that woman" that was broadcast over the weekend in a Clintonian attempt to re-write history now gets to deal with D-List broadcaster Olbermann.
Keith Olbermann's assessment, Wallace is a monkey. Hard to believe his show has little audience.
In an online "Special comment" Olbermann's gives what sounds like a jealous rage. He writes, "It is not essential that a past president, bullied and sandbagged by a monkey posing as a newscaster, finally lashed back."
You see while being a hypocrite is typical with liberals, insulting people with derogatory terms and using your little watched show as a vehicle to express your hatred of anything related to the President is just desperate. Then too, so is an aging 48-year-old "singer" still making news any and every way she can.
I mean, all the symptoms are there: during his numerous careers Olbermann has managed to piss off everybody not named Dan Patrick. He's a loser and his consistently low ratings on "Countdown" prove it. Hell, if it wasn't for the loyalty the Kos/Howard Dean/Michael Moore-run Left has given him, his show would've been cancelled a long time ago. Bottom line, Olbermann is an unfunny, jealous and miserable boor. He's a bully whose latest job was built off the back of constantly harping on Bill O'Reilly, a man who runs a show Olbermann's "Countdown" will never beat when it comes to viewership. That's why Olbermann (like Madonna) needs to use shock therapy: to save his career. His over-the-top rants on conservatives and the GOP wrecks of the same antics Madonna still uses to keep her name out there. Yet, while Madonna no longer sells records, she can still rely on her ever-loyal "fans" to sell out her shows. So Olbermann, smart-ass that he is, saw a tactic that works and stole it . . . knowing full well that as long as he kowtows to the Left with his venomous, anti-Bush rhetoric he will always have an audience . . . of losers.