Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Olbermann has still lost it

Keith Olbermann shows once again why he gets kicked out of every network as he encourages Republicans to engage in a bit of anarchy and take the country to the edge of civil war.


Anonymous said...

Kieth who?

Anonymous said...

Kieth this is not England!

Anonymous said...

I have for many years believed that Keith Olbermann is very mentally ill.

Anonymous said...

I voted against Trump. Olbermann makes me glad Trump won.

Anonymous said...

Amendment XXV
Presidential Disability and Succession

Passed by Congress July 6, 1965. Ratified February 10, 1967. The 25th Amendment changed a portion of Article II, Section 1

Section 1

In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President.

Section 2

Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.

Section 3

Whenever the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that he is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, and until he transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Vice President as Acting President.

Section 4

Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.

Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive department or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue, assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session. If the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble, determines by two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office.

Anonymous said...

What is really interesting is Mississippi Flat out rejected the 24th amendment and is the only state that rejected it.

Sad. Wish someone would finish the work on this.

Anonymous said...

How about a comment and/or discussion on Orgeron instead of Olbermann?

Tell Da Troof, Danny Mollisack! said...

Let's see...from ESPN to MSNBC to NBC to ESPN to Current TV to GQ's Web Channel. Any graph of Keith's work history would show him far on the downslope of an ignominious career.

He looks unhinged, like he's a few weeks from going full Howard Beale.

Anonymous said...

At this point we don't know how Trump will work out. Certainly he says some things that make you cringe. But the liberal media distorts his comments as much a possible. Still, he is sort of a bull in a china shop. But the most important thing is not what you say, it's what you do. Trump is off to a great start with appointments. Don't focus so much on what he says, focus and what he does. He could be a good president in spite of his mouth.

Anonymous said...

Olbermann never had it to lose!!

Anonymous said...

Where was Olbermann when Clinton could not keep his pants on inside and outside of the White House

Anonymous said...

With this wack job here is what the future holds for America. He is not going to drain the swamp. He is going to screw over the working population that was instrumental in his election. The GOP will continue to offer spin to justify policy decisions and a lot of idiots will accept the spin as they are too lazy to find out the truth for themselves. The rich will get richer. The poor, even the ones that work hard and are honest will have a slim chance of improving their position in life. The elderly will die at higher rates because they cannot afford the high cost of health care with the low amount provided by Ryan's vouchers or like many Americans - have pre-existing conditions which will allow health care insurance companies exclude them from coverage. Incarceration rates will go up drastically. Civil unrest will be more commonplace. People you know and maybe care about will suffer as a result.

"Kleptocracy - kratos rule, literally " rule by thieves". A government with corrupt rulers (kleptocrats) that use their power to exploit the people and natural resources of their own territory in order to extend their personal wealth and political power..... Generally associated with dictatorships, oligarchies, military juntas, or other forms of autocratic and nepotist governments in which external oversight is impossible or does not exist."

Anonymous said...


Sounds like you're talking about Bill & Hillary...

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile....another whack job, Harry Reid, says...."Sure, Why not?" when axed what he thought about a recount.

What difference, at this point does it make? Sure, why not?

Anonymous said...

Good lord, what a boor! Why would anyone employ him?

Anonymous said...

Looks more like Richard Madoff. I swear I've seen him/her on TV before here recently!

Anonymous said...

You guys really need to check the AAEC cartoons on this site, they are the best, thanks KF

You Should Be Watching Rudolph said...

That's Oberdopemann?, thought Glenn Beck had lost some weight at first.

Anonymous said...

Though I am still continuing to hold out hope fot Presedent Elect Trump and am not fond of K.O., at least K.O. is aware of the language of, and the amendments to our Constitution. I am beginning to wonder about PE Trump.

The Kremlin said...

The dumbing down of Americans has worked perfectly into our hands.


Anonymous said...

This is why he is broadcasting out of his garage now.

Anonymous said...

This is the real problem... Trump wants to continue to run his international business's and to be the President. Ethics preclude this. Hillary's conflicts were there but pale to what Mr. Trump proposes to do. A small example is his plan for foreign govt. officials and Heads of State to be "housed in his Trump Hotels when visiting or on State business. Another small issue is his desire to deny press conferences to those news agencies with which he does not agree. His latest tweet also suggest prosecution of those whom he sees as disrespectful to the American flag to the point of deporting those who "burn" the flag. Now I desecration of our countries flag is, IMHO, terrible. The U.S. Supreme Court, at this point, has deemed that act to fall order "freedom of speech".
I was certain most of this type of talk during the election was bluster but now Trump is my President Elect. Before you accuse me of being liberal, I am far from it. Only questioning the gentleman's words and actions.

Anonymous said...

Not a bigly Trump fan, but have to respond to 10:13.

Go read the law before you talk about the conflicts and 'ethics preclude this'. Actually, you are wrong. Good politics might preclude this, but the Ethics in Government Act (1978) and the reform Act (1989) specifically do not preclude this.

"His plan" for where foreign govt officials to stay is not his to control. Foreign governments and heads of state stay where they want to. Sorry, but no cigar on that one either. If they do stay there, on their own volition, why is it a crime.

There is no requirement that the President provide press access to anybody. The fact that the press - who consider themselves to be the 4th branch of government - named themselves that. They have no rights although they have 'demanded' access, office space in the WH, etc. I don't care what he does with the press. If he denies them access, they will say bad shit about him. They can do what they want to and he can do what he wants to. But get over this 'right' to access by any of the press.

Idiotic statement on the Flag, but he is by far not the first person to make such a statement. I'm sure you've already seen, but dismissed as not relevant, Hillary Clinton's bill that she introduced in the Senate in 2005 and spoke on the floor of the Senate in 2006 pushing making the desecration of the flag a criminal offense. BTW, if the Congress had done that, it would have made the Supreme Court revisit their opinion.

But back to the post. KO is an idiot. Why does he think that the cabinet, or Pence, would ever even think about this. Much less the Republicans in Congress. Even if you think DJT is a loose cannon, it does not rise to his idiotic rantings. Send him back to talking about sports. He was incompetent at that, but at least it was dealing with crap that didn't have consequences. (Unless, of course, he wanted to attack Univ of Alabama - then God would have had his rath shown upon him.)

Anonymous said...

I agree with the above comment that this dude is a nascent Howard Beale. It's only a matter of time until he's showing up on some third rate lefty YouTube channel like The Young Turks with a sweat covered brow, ranting about Trump in a barely coherent manner.

The NFL has a series of tie breaking methods to determine who wins the division, conference, etc. The ultimate TB is a simple coin toss. Keith is basically arguing that the NFL should resort to such a method because he doesn't like the team that won the AFC Championship.

Beale's famous line about being, "mad as hell," had a dual meaning - mad meaning both angry and insane. Listening to Olbermann here, I believe it applies in only one sense, and it's not about being angry.

Willam When-Tah said...

Can't we all just get along and get back to something relevant, like Robert Graham?

Anonymous said...

11:07 Your points are well taken but all Trump ranted was "transparency", the press issue doesn't really support that. When the Hill suggested a response flag destruction, people suggested that was criminal in itself. I guess like many people such as the guy at 10:13 I wonder who thinks like that?

A Follow Up If I May.. said...

Trump (nor any other president) owes no transparency or anything else to the piranhas in the media. We all watched them gig him and attempt to humiliate and stone him during the campaign, including the debates. I'd like to see him tell them all to fuck-off for the first three months at least. Let them squirm.

Obama was WELL known for deciding who would sit where in press conferences (the few he had), who was excluded and who would be called on.

Anonymous said...

You anti-press folks would I am sure be happy to be spoon fed with Trump News and ALT- fight being the only media outlets in the room.
All presidents have for at least the last 75 years choosen in advance to whom they are going to call at press conferences. They have not however systematically excluded certain networks form all events. This is still the USA not Russia, although Putin and his tactics are greatly admired by Prsedent Elect Trump.
If you are unaware of Mr. Putin please feel free to research his biography. Fox News Bill O'Reilly has some good research and commentary.

Anonymous said...

Trump doesn't, or has not in the last 4 months, given a press conference.
We do have transparency 7:57; it is referred to as TWITTER OR TWEETING.
What is illustrated by trump's thin skinned, irrelevant-not, view into his psyche is plain frightening. If people who are educated, without some agenda, (extreme liberals, neo nazi or blm for example), they would admit this.

Anonymous said...

It isn't that people are anti press, we just want a fair press. I can understand excluding those networks that are advertisement for other politicians.
If they act like the press and reported the facts they would be welcomed. If they act like an add for some one else they should not be considered the press.

Anonymous said...

Please see 11:28. No, I am not he/her but there does seem to be a benefit in a question and answer type "presser". It might be just me, but all networks appear to have an agenda other than the simple truth. Otherwise there waould be no need for commentators.

Anonymous said...

Y'all all just trmp haters

Anonymous said...

What we don't realize is he just spoiled the next 2 seasons of "House of Cards."

Anonymous said...

Well ain't that a pisser. I guess the we can watch reruns of "Flip or Flop".

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