November 16, 2010
Bill O'Reilly and Keith Olbermann do not care for each other. Not only do they appear to vehemently disagree over the role of government, and the intersection of media and politics, neither appears to be able to mention the other without disparagement - or in O'Reilly's case, even mention Olbermann's name at all. However, there appears to be one significant issue on which they agree, and that is that Ted Koppel's recent critique on the state of television news -- which indicted the methodology and mien of both Olbermann and O'Reilly -- was way off base.
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