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Moore on “Countdown with Keith Olbermann”

Keith Olbermann is about as big of an Obama worshipper and a Bush hater that you can find—with what seems to be no understanding of this simple truth: That both men are sinners through and through who need Christ just as much as the other. 

I enjoyed Olbermann immensely years back when he was with ESPN, before he joined MSNBC.  Olbermann’s constant demeaning comments about Christians are not appreciated whatsoever (to be continually lumped into a those guys or nut jobs category, and to be forever ridiculed—is really quite childish on his part. 

Olbermann continually displays an ignorance (or is just very selective) in regards to there being Christians who may not vote the way he accuses us of for the reasons he states.  And for the record, I may dislike the religious right as much or moreso than he does.  I wonder if Mr. Olbermann has visited the local prison lately and met the God honoring chaplian there for nothing other than the love of others?—or been down to the local homeless shelter and met the young girl carrying her Bible in her back pocket while she serves the hungry a hot meal with a smile? 

So, Keith seems to believe there is no Creator God and I do.  I believe Jesus Christ died in my place to cover my sins, and he doesn’t believe that Jesus did anything of the sort.  I believe Jesus is the Son of God, he might think he was simply a carpenter.  

Maybe we can find some common ground? 

I am no Michael Moore fan either, and thats putting it lightly (even though he did grow up a half hour north of me).  Fan or no fan, Mr. Moore has some great insights on the bailouts for the poor Wall Street finaincial institutions ($700 billion), versus a bailout/loan for the struggling and often sorry Big Three ($34 billion).

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  1. December 4, 2008 at 8:50 pm

    Well, today in congress… testimony from economic experts said the auto industry bailout may cost $75 to $125 billion.

    As for Olberman… I guess I haven’t paid attention to him after he left ESPN. I know he has been warned repeatedly about his politcal bias, but I never knew he thought so negatively about Christians.

    http://conversationswithjesus.wordpress.com/

  2. kenstoll
    December 4, 2008 at 9:05 pm

    rockfrompelt… Thanks for stopping by. I had no update today and should have, so thanks. That is something else. We all knew they were just trying to get some help and then would come back for more. Almost a “get a vested interest” approach and then the government would feel obligated to see to it that they didn’t fail (as if they haven’t on many fronts already)—they’d kind of have the governemnt in a position like the UAW has had the Big Three in for all these years now. My little brother covers the auto business here in Detroit for the Wall Street Journal and I am in the dark about what happened today. Go figure.

    Thanks for the update bro.

  3. December 5, 2008 at 7:30 pm

    The only hope we have is that God foreknew of these times as he spoke in Matthew 24:12, “Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, but he who stands firm to the end will be saved”. He has a way out for believers. In Daniel 8, a vision of future rebellion had Daniel write, “..and truth was thrown to the ground”.

    If ever we lived in a time of heightened evil, it is now. Olberman is just deceived as are most. He is following a way that seems right to him but will be his destructin.

    http://www.mlordi.wordpress.com

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