Olbermann: Commander in Chief Test + McCain & the Economy + Worst + Bushed!

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Mar. 25, 2008

The Commander in Chief Test

The Commander in Chief Test: “I think it’s imperative that each of us be able to demonstrate we can cross the commander-in-chief threshold. “And I believe that I’ve done that. Certainly, Senator McCain has done that. And you’ll have to ask Senator Obama with respect to his candidacy.” Our number one story on the Countdown — what is the threshold test of which you speak? Well, Countdown has exclusively obtained a copy of said exam. On our 5th Anniversary special, Sunday Night on NBC, we will bring you the entire test, all 17 questions, plus the grading scale, in which you can find out for yourself whether you, or a presidential candidate near you, has passed the Commander-in-Chief threshold. Tonight… a preview…The Prep Course, if you will, for Sunday night’s exam.


Passport Peek-A-Boo-Gate

Sell out your fellow Republicans-Gate


World’s Worst

Worse: USA Today Sports Weekly

Worser: John Yoo

Worst: Bill’O

Hillary trying to “Knee-cap” Obama For Nomination

Keith speaks with Dana Milbank.

The “Tonya Harding Option”?: John McCain has defended Barack Obama against criticism related to Reverend Jeremiah Wright..Mike Huckabee has defended Barack Obama against Wright-related criticism. Hillary Clinton’s Pastor has defended not just Obama… but Reverend Wright himself. Today, in our fifth story on the Countdown, Senator Clinton, for the first time, pounced on an opportunity… to attack Obama about Reverend Wright. This, as one unnamed Democratic Party official described what he called Senator Clinton’s “Tonya Harding option” — that the only way to get the nomination is for her to, quote, “knee-cap” un-quote, Senator Obama.


McCain and the Economy

More at http://www.MaddowFans.com

Rachel Maddow joins Keith Olbermann to discuss John McCain’s economic address. Aired 3/25/08.

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