12. Honestly I could see someone saying he has too much personality, but no personality?
Have you been watching the last two day?
I'll admit he wasn't at his best on Monday on Tuesday, but he was doing it over a satellite from Miami and was plagues with technical difficulties, but his last two show after he got to the studio have been nothing short of amazing.
I can't think of a better new addition to the "House the Keith Built"-Cenk's words not mine.
14. Listen to Edward R. Murrow or Douglas Edwards sometime. They
were not bubbly pop stars by any means. Uncle Walter, if any of them, was the "personality" guy, yet still somber, direct and always professional with the news. Cenk will be fine, he had little time to be prepped or coached for this. I wish him luck.
His interview with senator Harkin was awesome, he got Harkin to go after other dems and even Obama. All the stuff about Goldman Sachs and AIG was worthwhile too. The show was really solid, no gaffes, no stiff teleprompter moments, and he came out strong on every issue. Everyone should check out the Harkin interview if the video comes up.
It's improbable that anyone could miss Olbermann, yet still think that Cenk (Sink?) is a bore. Only Obamanists, cheerleaders, devotees, etc could have such an opinion. Well spoken, sir or madam. You've nailed it.
Ratigan was okay at first and then he recently made a comment disrespecting Baby Boomers. I don't like people playing the generational card so I lost alot of respect for him. He is consistent with his beliefs though. I like thoughtful conservatives but sometimes comes across as a bit egocentric. Hopefully he'll learn something (like humility) on his current Steels on Wheels Tour and I'll be able to tolerate him again.
I am planning my afternoons/evenings so that I can catch his whole broadcast uninterrupted. Cenk is MY kind of "Democrat". :patriot:
"There are forces within the Democratic Party who want us to sound like kinder, gentler Republicans. I want us to compete for that great mass of voters that want a party that will stand up for working Americans, family farmers, and people who haven't felt the benefits of the economic upturn."---Paul Wellstone
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