Now that the "power shifted" here within Washington, DeCeit ...yeah, Right! The two-headed one-party hydra monster has shifted from the left foot to the right foot as it awaits its new batch of corporate paychecks.
When puppet Bush was in office, Olbermann was quite angry in pointing out the crimes of that administration, but when the puppet Obama was placed into office, he quickly went soft and sleepy as his team "took over" and was now in the big chair - Obama took Bush's crimes and put them on steroids as he increased the police state, as predicted in this contrived bread and circus event for the population.
At least in the televised version of WWF wrestling, it is at least entertaining and less deadly for us all in their snail paced police state that we are not only allowing, but lethargically are asking for through pharmaceutical leftovers and fluoride drugged municipal water systems - but then again, you don't care. Nothing makes you angry...
From the Mockingbird New York Times:
Keith Olbermann, the top anchor on MSNBC, was suspended on Friday after the channel discovered that he had made campaign contributions to three Democrats.
The MSNBC president, Phil Griffin, issued a statement saying, “I became aware of Keith’s political contributions late last night. Mindful of NBC News policy and standards, I have suspended him indefinitely without pay.”
No one at NBC News would speculate about what this might mean for Mr. Olbermann’s future, though one NBC executive suggested this was not a step toward firing him.
In suspending Mr. Olbermann, NBC appeared to be trying to differentiate itself from the Fox News Channel, a unit of the News Corporation. NBC executives privately said that they saw a chance to draw a distinction between the journalistic standards of their news division and the standards of Fox, a favorite of Republicans. Media Matters, a liberal media monitoring group that opposes Fox, noted on Friday afternoon that two Fox News hosts, Neil Cavuto and Sean Hannity, had given money to Republican politicians in the past.
Politico had reported Friday morning that Mr. Olbermann’s contributions were in apparent violation of MSNBC policy.
Mr. Olbermann hosts the most popular program on MSNBC, “Countdown.” He worked at MSNBC in the late 1990s and re-joined the channel in 2003.
He has long been a volatile figure inside MSNBC, in part for his polarizing points of view. He has sometimes clashed with Mr. Griffin and other managers over editorial decisions, and he has been publicly critical of some of his former bosses…
Full scripted story here: http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/11/05/olbermann-suspended-from-msnbc-for-campaign-donations/