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Has MSNBC gone too far?

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http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE49R0GK20081028

 

Apparently, Sarah Palin has some unexpected friends in Hollywood. Yesterday, there was a luncheon called the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors. The event was dubbed "Hollywood, America and Election '08." Much of the criticism was leveled by "Designing Women" creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason.

 

Keith Olbermann (the main source of criticism) got slammed by Thomason, who went so far as to say she'd prefer a lunch date with FOX News' Sean Hannity over Olbermann. (To be fair, the Thomason's have been pretty close to the Clintons, even producing a film about Bill at the 1992 Democrat convention. I think her husband also worked with Bill Clinton when he was Arkansas governor).

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Well it was cable news related.. the guy was just posting a link. Leave it to cfif to go apeshit crazy for no real reason.

 

Only seven more days until the demise of politics on TVNT! :-D

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Well it was cable news related.. the guy was just posting a link. Leave it to cfif to go apeshit crazy for no real reason.

 

Only seven more days until the demise of politics on TVNT! :-D

 

Agreed. And I wasn't calling for Olbermann to be pulled!

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Oh yeah, some real A-listers there...Bloodworth who?

 

 

Julia Sugarbaker would smack you for that.

 

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