Last night MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann blasted President Bush again, this time for the president’s State of the Union remarks calling for immunity for telecom companies who spy on Americans.
Olbermann called Bush’s proposal "a texbook example of facism."
Also, per rawstory.com:
Ironically, Olbermann notes, that Vice President Dick Cheney did go on the record about telecom involvement, when he spoke to conservative talker Rush Limbaugh Wednesday.
"The Vice President probably shouldn’t have phoned in to the Rush Limbaugh Propaganda-Festival yesterday. Sixth sentence out of Mr. Cheney’s mouth: The FISA bill is about, quote, ‘retroactive liability protection for the companies that have worked with us and helped us prevent further attacks against the United States,’" Olbermann said. "Oops. Mr. Cheney is something of a loose cannon, of course. But he kind of let the wrong cat out of the bag there."
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