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Bill Maher: Bork a racist, Rand Paul just like Bork

Just caught it on HBO 10:25pm est while flipping through. Eric Dyson piggy-backed, John Fund came to Rand's defense,and a Somali woman spoke of her libertarianism.

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I liked Maher back in the day

I liked Maher back in the day on Politically Incorrect. Nowadays I think he has been hanging out with the liberal crowd so long he doesnt even know what he is talking about. These days its so obvious where he stands and it isnt libertarian.

As one who grew up in the

As one who grew up in the Bronx let me say this about the white liberals in the Lamebrain media. For people who are so worried about integrated lunch counters how many of them have ever eaten at an integrated lunch counter????

Always amazes me as I travel through this great land of ours that you're more likely to find integration in the working class communities of the Bronx, Baltimore and Oakland than in the bourgie boros of San Fran, Manhattan or DC. And if anyone should say well "I've seen plenty of Asian women on the Upper East Side" I'll reply that in the case of the left you've made my point.
The left, Dyson specifically, love to say that America's original sin is its treatment of the descendants of African slavery and that a measure of its maturity is how we make amends for it. Taking him and his fellow travelers at their word, as evidenced by the complexion of your averaqe sushi shop in NoLita or North Beach we havent come very far.

Where's the outrage???

Bill Maher wants to have his cake and eat it too.

Maher calls himself a libertarian when it comes to the use of marijuana--of course, he has no desire to take responsibility for that action or anything else for that matter. Basically, he's just another statist puppet.

"Free government is founded in jealousy, and not in confidence; it is jealousy and not confidence which prescribes limited constitutions." Thomas Jefferson, Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

I agree

Every time he seems to comment with some thought, usually in support of questioning the establishment; however he ALWAYS backtracks. He has been bitten and clearly has been re-adjusted to conform with station policy.Who knows where he stands on anything.


every time i watch bill mahr, i puke a little bit in my mouth. He should be glad im not god because if i was id trade his soul for george carlin's any day of the week.

bill maher is a helmet!

And is a "friend" of the REAL teabagger anderson Cooper.

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Maher is a twit

He's never been funny, and that's what he's supposed to be good at.

He's even worse at everything else.
Why people watch him, or even worse, actually listen to what he says, is beyond me.

I watch his show because

I watch his show because sadly it is somewhat more balanced and entertaining than other shows. Even though he really isn't very funny. When i say 'balanced', i mean mainstream balanced. He has 'conservatives' on his show frequently, but usually the domesticated, watered-down breed.

He did have Dr. Paul on twice and Gary Johnson once, so that was good. Although, apparently, he refused to have Mr. Schiff on his show because "he is not interested in economic discussions." Which is unfortunate, because he has economic discussions all of the time, usually of the government-action propaganda sort, with no sensible free market guests there to defend his juvenile points.

Now that i think about it, i don't think i have enjoyed the show in quite some time. i think that i watch it more out of masochism than anything else. But i do like to occasionally peer into the minds of what so-called liberals think about today's issues. He really has lost his ability to make good jokes, most of what he calls "jokes" are really thinly-veiled leftist rants.

The audience is the worst part of the show. Every time he makes a "liberal" or atheist statement, they go nuts, even if it wasn't funny or insightful. His show ruins atheism. I usually enjoy some good atheism because it gets away from herd mentality that religions can create. Its almost like he's trying to create atheism into the new fad, which is completely against the point of atheism in the first place.

You are right in being disturbed by the fact that there are actually people who respect his statements. Its a good thing that i never gave HBO money and only watched the show on the internet, because right now i would want my money back.

bill maher

bill maher hates all people who associate with the 'tea party' because he thinks they are total hypocrites. He was a huge opponent of bush and a rather loud cheerleader for barack, and i am enjoying him watching him being constantly disappointed with the wise one's decisions. I am hoping that one day he will start to talk sense again because he used to be better when he was younger.

It is odd watching people like maher and chris matthews become more socialist over the course of their lives and they truly believe that they are maturing as members of society. However, I think that his show will be good during the republican 2012 debates because Dr. Paul and Gary Johnson will be the only people he has any sympathy for, and he will probably talk about them a lot. He might actually get a bunch of california liberals (who will have no democratic primary in which to participate) to vote for good republican candidates.

I doubt it

After he had Paul on and was saying how much he liked him, I think he got a call from the "illuminati" threatening to cancel his show. He doesn't promote smart anymore.

More: Libertarianism itself

More: Libertarianism itself was hammered again like it never has been before on national tv. I predicted this here:

10-15 million more voters need to believe in non-interventionism (liberty) at home and abroad to change America. Minds changed on Syria. Minds changing on privacy. "Printing money" is part of the dialogue. Win minds through focus, strategy.