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I don't get cable; Olbermann I don't know.

But he seems sensible enough. I agree with his chagrin.

BTW, the Dobsons- St. and Ste.- are now plugging commercial products on their TV show that I see. Sign of the [hard] times for televangelism, I believe.

The Spongebob and Olbermann 'campaigns' are more evidence of the fatal flaw in such "ministers." Their god isn't strong enough survive attacks by MSNBC, much less Satan and Jehovah's Witnesses. Happy And they haven't sense enough to look for a new god.
Regards, Doug in New Mexico

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(NT) (NT) Add Dobsons: Too much hubris! :-)
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Watch him nearly every night. Countdown is terrific

and quite even handed in my view.

Rob Boyter

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