Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Wow Watch This: Keith Olbermann on Prop 8



Keith Olbermann comments on Calif. Prop 8, gay rights, marriage, love and more.

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3 comments:

Je'Amour (Betty) said...

I am shocked he could actually feel, after all the misogynistic attacks on the female candidates, and his sometimes sharp tongue of anyone saying something he did not like about Obama true or not, on this he gets it, sadly he did get it when in the last two weeks Obama did everything he said he would not do, gave that extra push to his supporters in California that extra push by saying I do not support gay marriage, oh on the other hand I don't support Prop 8, no matter what he sent his message for people to vote yes, from the mailer that went out with his image all over it with his quotes never did he stand up and scream foul, or went after the group who sent it out...
but Keith Oberman gets it, you could knock me over with a feather...
http://democracyinsuffrage.blogspot.com

jen bendik said...

is this the first time keith olberman actully uderstands something? Wow. I am amazed that these words came out of his mouth. oh, and for all of you out there who do not beleive in/agree with marriage: I do not believe in or agree with you or the love you have for your mother, you father, your parter, your child. YOU should not be allowed to marry or love or have love. Do your parents know you are straight? What did you do when you found out you were straight? How did you know? Are you out at work?

Ryann Nieves said...

I can't believe Keith Olbermann is actually on the right side on this issue. His comments were great and they could have been even better if he would have mentioned that over 50 or 60 percent of the people who voted for Obama in California voted yes on 8. It would have been nice to see him discuss the intracacies of race and sexual orientation. A group of oppressed people (people of color in particular) just said yes to oppressing another group of people (the LGBT community). 70% of African-Americans voted yes and 53% of Latinos votes yes while 51% of Caucasians voted No and 51% of Asian Americans voted No. Check out the exit polls from CNN: http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2008/results/polls/#val=CAI01p1Interesting! Great job Olbermann!!!!