Olbermann’s “Teeny-Tiny” Mistake Monitor Finally Gets Smacked Down


You know, Ann Coulter can take a beating.  I thought about posting every youtube video of Keith Olbermann yammering on about something Ann Coulter did or said (They’re easy to find, just look for the ones on youtube that say “Olbermann pwns Ann Coulter” or “Olbermann Destroys Coulter!” ) but it would have taken up the entire page.

In all of Olbermann’s Ann-obsession, Coulter managed to skirt on by with not much to say, because afterall, who cares?  It’s ONLY a liberal on MSNBC!

But after the above segment of “Countdown” aired regarding Rush Limbaugh’s speech at CPAC, Coulter had plenty to say tonight in her newly released column:

These small-time opportunities to show off by correcting someone else’s teeny-tiny mistakes are the lifeblood of Olbermann’s MSNBC show, “Countdown.”

There is utterly no purpose to these lame “gotchas,” except that Olbermann is so desperately insecure that he is willing to waste valuable airtime in order to convince other status-conscious idiots that he is, like, scary-smart.

Olbermann relentlessly attacked low-level Bush administration employee Monica Goodling for not going to a name-dropping college, saying — approximately 1 million times — that she got her law degree “by sending 100 box tops to Religious Lunatic University.”

I would venture to say that the students at Goodling’s law school at Regent University are far more impressive than those at the Cornell agriculture school — the land-grant, non-Ivy League school Keith attended.

That’s right, folks!  The intellectual light of the left; Keith Olbermann, did not graduate an Ivy League school.  He went to a state-version of agriculture and studied “communications.”  As Ann points out, he continuously (as all liberals do) spotlights “teeny-tiny” mistakes to erase the room for the point he was supposed to really be making – all while telling others of his “Ivy league” status.

Indeed, Keith is constantly lying about his nonexistent “Ivy League” education, boasting to Playboy magazine, for example: “My Ivy League education taught me how to cut corners, skim books and take an idea and write 15 pages on it, and also how to work all day at the Cornell radio station and never actually go to class.”

Except Keith didn’t go to the Ivy League Cornell; he went to the Old MacDonald Cornell.

The real Cornell, the School of Arts and Sciences (average SAT: 1,325; acceptance rate: 1 in 6 applicants), is the only Ivy League school at Cornell and the only one that grants a Bachelor of Arts degree. 

The rest is just too painful but quite enjoyable.  Liberals knit-pick at simple mistakes or misstatements all the time (“I can see Russia from my house!”) like Olbermann did here in this video with regard to Rush quoting the Declaration of Independence when he thought he was quoting the Constitution.

Olbermann is going to wake up pretty angry.  The quote that got me to ALMOST feel sorry for him:

It may seem cruel to reveal the true college of someone who already wakes up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat worried that he’s a fraud. But I believe that by pointing out that Olbermann actually is a fraud, I am liberating him.

You may not realize it now, Keith, but you will look back on this day and say, “That was the best thing that ever happened to me!”

Let the war begin.  But Ann Coulter, a true attendee of the real-life-Ivy-League Cornell (and graduate) is well-prepared and finally knocked this pompous and bitter man off of his imaginary golden-platter and served him on a paper plate where he belongs. 

Read “Olbermann’s Plastic Ivy.”