“It sure as hell helps to be on MSNBC today…Let’s talk straight here: This is the network that has opened its heart to change. To change and its possibilities. Let’s be honest. These people watch this network out here.
“He’s Chris Matthews, and he approved this message,” said Olbermann.
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