January 20, 2009
Now, Matthews did criticize the hecklers, because he thought it was bad form. So far, so good. Nice to see he at least had a modicum of respect for the man and the office. Olbermann, however, stayed true to his moonbat roots as his reasoning for calling out the hecklers.
CHRIS MATTHEWS: Don’t do that. Don’t boo, don’t boo, don’t boo.
RACHEL MADDOW: That’s a surprise. We’re hearing some booing and that is a surprise.
MATTHEWS: Bad form here.
MADDOW: That is not what I expected.
[SPECTATORS CAN BE HEARD CHANTING "Hey, hey, goodbye"]
KEITH OLBERMANN: Far be it forme to have been critical of anyone critical of this President, obviously, but, unfortunately, during that demonstration, something of the introduction of Mrs. Obama was lost because people were singing the, they still are, the "Hey, hey," song from various sporting events over the year, towards the 43rd President.
My emphasis there.
Get that? Olbermann was upset that the hecklers took away from Mrs. Obama. Nice to see he has his priorities.
I have a feeling Newsbusters will be extra busy keeping track of the Olbermann Netwrok.
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