Let's look at Neal Boortz radio show from this morning. A caller, named Kevin, a professed Obama supporter and avid Olberman watcher, said this. "I feel Olberman gives news as fact, and not opinion." Not an exact quote. same same.
Oh really? Well, before the call was over, Neal pounded Kevin with fact, and Kevin could do nothing more than agree that Olberman was WRONG! It was a great call. :) Here are the facts:
Whole story at American Thinker.
"They cite an exaggerated claim that 45,000 Americans die each year because
they don't have health insurance.
That figure comes from a study funded by your federal tax dollars, even though it was recently distributed to the media by Physicians for a National Health Program, a fringe, pro single-payer group based in Chicago, the report's release scheduled to sway the healthcare debate."
Not only is Olberman wrong, he is dead wrong. Nothing in the study proves anything. The real study, when finished, does not mention, how many actually got Health Insurance, or how any of them died. Maybe a house fire, or a plane crash? This is the way Liberals screw with numbers.
Oh, but Neal can't let it go there. He tweets for Olberman to a debate. Classic debate, where you cannot be interrupted. Yeah, that will happen. But Neal has more to say, he usually does. He reminds me of ....me. Sarcastic as hell! Neal Boortz response:
Olberman could man-up, and do a retraction, but that would just not be Obamacy, now would it?
And Kevin, as much as an Olberman watcher he is, must also be a Boortz listener. Open minded Liberal? Or closet Conservative? (Neal is a Libertarian, still my kind)