Saturday, September 25, 2010

And where the wheels officially come off Bill Maher's shabbily crafted brand

Bill Maher on his show "Real Time" is finally forced to concede at the needling of Andrew Breitbart that he is anything but a libertarian.

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But we've known this for about a decade where during the run-up to the 2000 election, he let the world know, in the very same breath, that he was a "libertarian" and that he was voting for Mr. Nanny State, himself, Ralph Nader.

Does. not. compute.

And of course, no self-respecting libertarian or conservative could support ObamaCare as Maher does in the video clip.

Maher's fantasy of claiming to be a libertarian, we believe, stems from some sort of inferiortity complex in the political image world. Libertarians have always been kind of the cool kids of the cigarette pack rolled in the t-shirt sleave and slicked back hair variety. However, Maher's sneering libertine attitude towards sex and drug use couldn't compensate for his over-arching liberal/statist positions on everything else, so there he sits gazing longingly at the punks in the leather jackets while sitting in the knitting circle with the rest of his gal pals.

Exit question: Exactly how much of a gangster is Andrew Breitbart?


K T Cat said...

Maher thinks that EuroSocialism works. Well, he's right as long as someone protects you, someone has your babies for you and someone buys your debt. It works like clockwork.

Road Dawg said...


but not made me watch this? You will pay

SarahB said...

nice way to end the day!