This article now puts Olbermann and O’Reilly in a tough spot. They’re both going to want to prove to their viewers that they didn’t cave because of some back room corporate deal. In particular, a deal to stop attacking an entity (MS or FOX) many of their viewers despise.Damn right The Ego wants to prove that this is all a lie. But Keith Olbermann's Ego doesn't need any advice from any site that Dan Abrams owns.
And while you're at it? Avoid Gawker too. Muzzled my ass. And Buzzflash. What exactly where they buzzed on when they wrote this crap? The Ego answers to
Do Olbermann and O'Reilly see any danger in what's happening? Something sacred is at stake. People have died for the right to say what they think. Is delivering an opinion on cable news these days just theater or what the commentator truly believes? Will Olbermann go along with the pact? A friend observed this week that it's about time for Olbermann, who has history of leaving jobs, to get fed up and move on. The possibility that he might show his unhappiness and walk off the air could be classic television. Here's what's certain: Both hosts have to address this story next week and explain where they go from here. If they don't, they are nothing but entertainers. Can you live with that?How dare he suggest that the Ego would ever take a deal (but come on, they're paying the Ego $7.5M a year and they gave Katy another cushy job).