Monday, February 23, 2009

Keith Is A Sore Loser

One night last week Keith made a snide remark about watching Nancy Grace, which I will never do, but my first thought was, 'hmm, Nancy must be beating him in the ratings. Otherwise, why would he even mention her?'
As it turns out, I was right. She's beating him in the ratings. He has become so incredibly transparent it's almost sad. He gloats big time when his ratings go up and bashes the ones who beat him when they go down.
Can you imagine playing a board game, or any other game, with him? He probably throws a big hissy fit if he loses and rubs it in if he wins. Sounds kind of familiar. Sounds like something children do. Especially children who are use to getting everything they want.

Keith strikes me as the kind of person who will go to any length to get what he wants no matter what it takes or who he hurts in the process. I suspect if someone told him that he can't have something, or he'll never get the kind of something that he wants, he will run you over, knock you down and kick you just to prove you wrong.
It doesn't matter if it's good for him or not just as long as he can say, "See, I told you I could have it."
This is how I view his relationship with Katy. I think, and this is just my opinion, that he had to prove that he could have a relationship with a girl that would last longer than a year or just a few months. That he could get almost the exact kind of girl he wants regardless of how it looks or what people would say.
In other words, he's a sore loser and had to prove a point. Ms. Katy is a subject. A piece of something that is merely a property to present to the public that he's not a loser. But I think it backfired and now he's stuck in a situation that he can't get out of gracefully.

The dude is 50 years old and has gone nowhere with this. The things that he claimed he wanted has yet to come to fruition. He was so eager to get it, and made sure the public knew about it, but then he started dragging his feet. Or is it that his feet are cold?
This relationship is a sham just as his so called "caring" for the common folk is. If he really cared about people in general then he shouldn't care about his ratings and whether or not people are watching Nancy Grace instead of him. And, I think, he would've gotten married by now and had those wonderful children he so eagerly wanted.
Yes, you can say, maybe Katy is the one who doesn't want to get married. If she is then all the power to her. She's smarter than I have given her credit for. But I'll guarantee you that when those two break up it will be her fault because Keith is a sore loser.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Is Keith On A Slow Boat To Burnout City?

I watched one Countdown show last week so I had to travel the internet to see what's been going on. Apparently, Keith had to make some concessions about a misquote and then he gets a demand from a Lt. Gov. to have a debate with him on his show for making her the WPiTW. His response to her was lame at best and rather cowardly. Olbermann responds to TVNewser about McCaughey's challenge: "Like any other paid spokesperson trying to shill a product, she's welcome to buy commercial time on MSNBC (and I'll even make a call to the guys in advertising to see if they can find her a spot during a break in Countdown)."

If this woman is willing to go on Countdown and discuss/debate the issue then why is it so difficult for Keith to do what's right? Is he afraid of being wrong? Or is he just afraid a woman might outdo him?
Whatever his reasoning is behind this lame response he clearly has no intentions of making this issue one that can be discussed in an adult unbiased environment.

But regardless of Keith's shortcomings, and the fact that some of his diehard fans are getting tired of the same old crap he does every single night, I have to give him the benefit of the doubt when it comes to making mistakes.
Countdown isn't the only program on 24/7 cable "news" that makes mistakes. MSNBC isn't the only cable channel that screws up. They all do. But since Keith has such a big mouth and an ego to go with it he is more apt to be put under a microscope than anybody else.
I don't feel sorry for him because this is what he's always wanted. However, he's obviously not man enough to approach some situations with regard to making a wrong a right. Or letting someone he's bashed defend themselves in his oh so wonderful presence.

Keith is a drive by shooter. A coward. And it seems to be getting worse. He's gotten fatter and lazier and doesn't seem to care whether he's right or wrong. So I ask, is he getting burned out? If so, then he needs to change his format and stop talking politics and FOX all the damn time.
It doesn't hurt to have a break from the same old shit.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Keith and Equality?

Equality? Really? Since when? Oh wait, I forgot. Now that Keith has a steady girlfriend he's automatically the spokesperson for love and marriage for anybody. Funny how it use to be that "love stinks" to him. But since he's this big time news guy with a young girl on his arm he qualifies for humanity and should get an award for blubbering about gay rights?
Granted his "special comment" on gay marriage was good...for writing purposes, but his delivery was extremely hard to buy. When someone as ugly and hateful as Keith has been throughout his life one can't take his attempt at remorse too seriously.

Oh don't get me wrong, I'm a firm believer in gay rights and I think that Keith's words were important, but I just don't find his presentation on this matter to be...well...true to form. I think he pretends to be something he is not and people fall for that shit. I don't believe that Keith is capable of changing to such a degree that he deserves an award for it.
But stranger things have happened. So, well, congratulations for an award you faked your way to getting.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Sorry About That

It took two weeks to get my internet package, but things turned out for the better. I found another place to live so it gave me time to move. I'm not quite settled in yet but it sure is a lot quieter here than the other place.

Anyway, Keith has been doing really good. Yes, I actually said that. I liked his special comment but I still disagree with the fact that what Bush and his cronies did was not the fault of the people of this country. I didn't vote for the criminal and would've been happy had he not gotten in office to begin with. Keith can say it's our fault till he's blue in the face and I will still disagree.