Coulter 'Worsting': Olbermann Can Dish Personal Details But Can't Take 'Em

My dear late father used to say that whenever a person's reaction is disproportionate to the stimulus, something else is at work.  Keith Olbermann's "Worsting" of Ann Coulter on last night's Countdown [video] is a good illustration of the principle.  Olbermann ostensibly awarded Ann his "Worst Person" for what was, after all, a rather mild swipe at Rachel Maddow, a tongue-in-cheek reference to her "raw sex appeal."  

So what had really gotten under Olby's skin? What caused him to call Ann "putrid and evil"? Reference to the Coulter column in question reveals this paragraph, which Olbermann pointedly omitted from his Worst Person spiel:

Soon we'll only hear about Keith when his creepy e-mails using his mother's death to hit on chicks start making the rounds again. (Tip to Keith: When a girl refuses to give you her phone number, her assistant's phone number or her personal e-mail address, and only gives you her assistant's e-mail address, you're not halfway in the sack.)

I'm informed, by the way, that Ann's allegation is "totally true--and [Olbermann] knows it's true."

Could it have been just last week that Olbermann was taking perverse delight in offering viewers a dramatic reading of Mark Sanford's romantic emails?  Yup.  Looks like Keith can dish it out but can't take it . . .

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