Remember when the liberal mantra was, “I may disagree with what you have to say, but I’ll fight to the death for your right to say it”? Consider those days a thing of the past.
I don’t watch Keith Olbermann’s show, but this particular piece of vomit oozed it’s way out of the MSNBC studios. Olbermann had guest Michael Musto of the rag Village Voice, and clearly what supperated from his mouth had to be a “joke”, but I guess you have to a lefty loon to appreciate the humor.
Indignant that Miss California, Carrie Prejean had the gall to say that she thought the institution of marriage should be between a man and a woman, Musto went off the deep end with a scathing attack that was more ad-hominem than substantive. From comparing her with Klaus Barbie to suggesting that she was transgender, Musto left nothing out. Olbermann was tame in comparison.
Gee, the majority of the country is against same-sex marriage now. Wonder what those numbers look like after this spew. Still, even though I disagree with what he had to say, I’ll fight to the death for his right to say it. Those clowns have the right to make jackasses of themselves, but doing it on my public airwaves is another matter.