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July 29, 2007

Keith Olbermann Suggests President Killed Pat Tillman

Whatever psychiatric condition is afflicting shrill MSNBC moonbat Keith Olbermann, it has clearly progressed to the point that institutionalization and heavy medication are urgently called for. His latest bug-eyed conspiracy theory: President Bush and/or the Army had Pat Tillman assassinated.

A piece subtly entitled "Motive For Murder" promotes the theory that football player turned Army Ranger Pat Tillman was not just killed by friendly fire — he was murdered.

Who would do a thing like that? Why, the Author of All Evil, naturally. As Olby darkly intones:

Corporal Tillman held a number of personal views that were unpopular within the context of the Bush Administration, perhaps also within the Army. He reportedly favored John Kerry in that election that year. We know he opposed the invasion of Iraq. He thought it illegal. He had plans to meet with Noam Chomsky.

So naturally Bush or the Army had him offed. As to why Olby hasn't been rubbed out yet for boldly screeching moonbattery to power — no explanation is given.

Tillman turned down a lucrative NFL career to fight for his country. Now his tragic death is being exploited by a talking cockroach in a tinfoil hat who asks us to believe that President Bush had him killed for allegedly voting for Kerry.

If you know anyone who takes Olbermann's ravings seriously, please consider it your civic duty to get them in the care of skilled mental health professionals immediately.

In case you need to see this for yourself to believe it:

Hat tips: Hot Air, LGF.

Posted by Van Helsing at July 29, 2007 7:48 PM

Comments

OT - they're layin' it on thick and heavy over at Reuters

Study blames climate change for hurricanes

...The influential U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in a report this year warning that humans contribute to global warming, said it was "more likely than not" that people also contribute to a trend of increasingly intense hurricanes....

etc etc

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070730/ts_nm/weather_hurricanes_dc_1;_ylt=Avhj1OGE2ZT3xVfn0U6..TQE1vAI

Posted by: mega at July 29, 2007 8:38 PM