The rebuttal from John Edwards. MSNBC has pushed it back to 9:52 or so, gee, imagine that.
Keith Olbermann: "one of the most extraordinary events of the primary season"
The network of Keith Olbermann, that is how I like to think of MSNBC. John Edwards will be stopping by, on his own dime, to rebutt the lies that George Bush will tell the nation tonight.
Tonight, after President Bush makes yet another argument for continuing the war in Iraq, John Edwards will speak directly to the American people in a nationwide address on MSNBC.
Our campaign has bought airtime on MSNBC immediately following the President's address at 9 p.m., and John Edwards will challenge the President's remarks with a strong call to the nation to end the war now.
President Bush will be on every network for free tonight. Our campaign will have to pay for the time on MSNBC so that John Edwards can challenge the President's failed policies. Please consider making a contribution to the campaign—to help us meet the costs of paying for tonight's address—and to help John's campaign continue to grow.
First thing I notice? He is focusing entirely on Anbar, which the Marines did on their own starting 18 months ago. It wasn't the surge, the surge gave us Baghdad.
He's a liar.