Keith Olbermann Special Comment: Enough!

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Olbermann: Time to get tough on bankers


By Keith Olbermann
March. 19, 2009

Finally tonight, as promised, a Special Comment on the latest atrocity from the banks. The vast, engorged, gluttonous multi-national corporations. Whose sneezes can be fatal to our jobs. Whose mistakes can turn us into the homeless. Whose accounting errors can be so panoramic that they can make our economy tremble and force us to hand them billions after billions in a blackmail scheme that has come to be known as “bailout.”


via Olbermann: Time to get tough on bankers – Countdown with Keith Olbermann-


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2 thoughts on “Keith Olbermann Special Comment: Enough!

  1. The enoughs uttered by Keith on his show were more enoughs than I ever heard in any forum, but they, considering the sick state of the U.S. corporate world, and the degree of psychological hunger, insatiable greed and audacious slefishness exhibited shamelessly by some corporate leaders, are not enough. The enoughs are great, but they must be followed by some serious actions, by the Obama Administration, to force changes and control these greedy, out-of-control corporate children who seem to have run amok and made a mockery of the hyper- deregulated, free system that Republicans are too reluctant to touch. These guys, the hard-core Republicans, are so full of hot air, phony and hypocritical that they turn my stomach everytime I listen to them trying to blame this administration for what their moronic former leader did, with their blessings, to this economy and this nation.

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