MSNBC host Keith Olbermann, long the face of the ultra-left in this country, slipped into utter madness last night. He said Obama may not get nominated in 2012 if this stinking tax deal makes it through. No, he didn’t say he wouldn’t get re-elected, he said the man wouldn’t even make onto his party’s ticket to run for a second term.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 21:  Co-host Keith Olbermann of 'Sunday Night Football' speaks during the NBC Universal portion of the Television Critics Association Press Tour held at the Beverly Hilton hotel on July 21, 2008 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

In the clip below you’ll see Olbermann urge “every American” to support Bernie Sanders (D-VT) an avowed socialist, in filibustering this tax bill. He went on to say, “it isn’t disloyal to the democratic party to tell a democratic president he is wrong. It is not disloyal to tell him he is g*d d#*ned wrong.” Easy there, Keith.

He also said it wasn’t disloyal for the ninety-niners, those who have been on unemployment for ninety-nine weeks, to rally in the streets in Washington; as if they haven’t had enough done for them for nearly two years. Olbermann went on to say that he [Obama] was elected by people who he had given a clear outline of what he would “do for them.” He’s now, according to Keith Olbermann, doing something awful “to them.”

I told you earlier, Obama is losing his base. Obama’s base is the radical left and that includes the likes of Keith Olbermann. Obama may not get nominated for caving on taxes is a pretty wild statement. But then again we’re used to wild statements from Olbermann and the crew at MSNBC. He even compares Obama caving to Nazi appeasement. It’s a shame for Obama that he spent all that time placating to the radicals in his party in 2008. This is where that gets you.