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Desc:May, 2007. Remarking on casualties in Afghanistan, Paul says there is no such thing as civilians.
Category:Classic TV Clips, News & Politics
Tags:keith olbermann, paul harvey, paul harvey week, worst person in the world
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Comment count is 11
afp3683 - 2009-03-03
Keith Olbermann is the most annoying person in the world.
lolcoolj - 2009-03-03
I liked him when he just gave me sports scores.
takewithfood - 2009-03-03
Are we rating these based on how awkward and annoying Olbermann is yet?
takewithfood - 2009-03-05
I guess not.

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-03-03
Oh, suddenly we're too cool to like Olbermann.

But we're still giving him 5 stars?

I'm confused.
TheDevilsDictionary - 2009-03-03
Well, the video gets the stars.

afp3683 - 2009-03-05
I'm torn, I usually like what he's saying, but how he says it and how it's presented in his show complete with wax museum horror music is fucking horrible.

cognitivedissonance - 2009-03-03
Is this revenge for the "Fred Rogers was a child-coddling crypto-commie" rants that Fox had a few years ago?
Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2009-03-03
That's exactly what I thought of seeing this. A five for hive mind thinking sir.

ProfessorChaos - 2009-03-03
One of Us!
One of Us!

kelpfoot - 2009-03-15
It's more like "Paul Harvey was a senile old coot and the fawning eulogies after his passing have grown tiresome."

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