The memo was in response to an incident earlier this week, in which Joe Scarborough criticized Keith Olbermann on twitter for his comments about Senator-elect Scott Brown.
> More: Griffin responds to TVNewser, "An important rule was broken. I spoke to Keith and he said in the spirit of teamwork and the free flow of ideas, he didn't think it warranted punishment or suspension. I also talked to Joe and he apologized to me," said the MSNBC president, adding, "That's why I made the decision that this didn't rise to the level of punishment, but I felt it was necessary to reiterate my long-standing policy."
Why would you go to Olbermann over this matter which should be dealt with by you the boss? You let the inmates run the place and you are going to be blamed for something far worse than the stupidity by Olbermann in the future.