Monday, February 14, 2005

More O'Reilly fabrications

For a man who holds everyone else to such lofty standards, poor Bill O'Reilly has a difficult time coming clean when it comes to his own achievements, or lack thereof.

First it was his claim of winning a Peabody award while at Inside Edition (He won a Polk, which was considerably less prestigious) and the later revelation in Al Franken's Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right, which got Franken sued, as well as screamed at during a joint appearance (O'Reilly tells Franken to "shut up" at the 48:53 mark) with the notoriously thin-skinned O'Reilly. Now, Keith Olbermann, the ascerbic former sportscaster, turned hard-hitting nightly talk show pundit for MSNBC reveals that Bill "No!! Not the Truth Serum" O'Reilly is at it again, this time exaggerating his skill and acumen for punting a football while at Marist College in New York.

From Obermann's Feb. 9 post at Bloggermann, we see him showing O'Reilly for the compulsive lying sociopath that he really is. If you read to the bottom of that day's blog, it gets truly weird when Olbermann talks about "the email".

You know what they say about throwing stones?

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