By Tony Romeo

Harrisburg, Pa. (CBS) —Some members of the Pennsylvania Senate have a few choice words for EPSN personality, Keith Olbermann.

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Olbermann was suspended because of a nasty Twitter comment about Penn State’s annual fundraiser, “Thon,” which raised over $13 million dollars for pediatric cancer.

A Penn State Alum tweeted to Olbermann the familiar Penn State chant “We Are….”

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In return, Olbermann tweeted back “…pitiful.”

Republican Majority Leader, Jake Corman, who represents State College, commented on the Senate floor: ” How can anyone attack that organization and what they’ve done…I’m very proud of the culture of Penn State.” He said, “I know it’s been under attack a lot of years, but this is really what Penn State is all about.”

Suburban Philadelphia Republican, John Rafferty, was even tougher on Olberman: “It was disgusting and appalling that someone would attack the Penn State student body.”

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Olbermann has since apologized.