"If we could just get you guys to turn off Faux News there's a chance you could recover from your current political afflictions"SQ-LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL. So I guess I should tune in to HBO and this retard. I don't think you know me well enough. I don't watch Fox News at all. And we probably have a lot more in common, politically, than you think. I just won't vote for Obama. Call it, a side effect of dealing with him when he was in Chicago. But no worries, he'll still win Illinois.But you are correct, I am a blast to have a beer with....... :)
"Retard"? Maher is brilliant. He might be over the top from time to time, but so were Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, and a lot of other politically motivated comedians. Exactly how did you have to "deal" with Obama in Chicago. I thought he was just a community organizer... The community organizers we have here in TN rarely rankle anyone. I'd love to hear how he tormented the folks in Illinois (other than by getting elected to the Senate). Just curious. And for the record, if we were drinking beer together and invited our presidential candidates join us, it would just be you, me, and Obama at the bar. Mittens isn't allowed to touch alcohol. Something about his magic underwear getting all knotted up, I think. Personally, I don't trust any man who won't slam a beer once in a while. But that's just me...
The thing I don't care for about Maher is how he'll call someone on their bullshit and then just say, "But I just kid". As if to say he doesn't really mean that their bullshit is really bullshit. It's when he goes one-on-one with some Reich-Wingnut that he says something about how they're full of shit and then backs off like he's afraid they won't come back on his show again and he'll lose ratings. That's the problem with politics these days. The FuckingRepublicans can spout any kind of bullshit they want and nobody holds them accountable.
SQ- Please don't compare Maher to Carlin. come on man. I was just playing around. I don't mind Maher from time to time. But the reason I will refrain from calling him brilliant is because he has a team of four writers. I don't know how many of my laughs are due to his humor, or someone behind the scenes.Obama was a State Rep for 7 years before he was elected to Senate. He was influential in a lot of CTA (Chicago Transportation Authority) protests. If they're weren't enough Unions workers from his district on the project, he would protest.He was very much in favor of the Chicago hand gun ban. No matter which way you fall on the gun issue, telling someone who can legally own a gun, that they can not own a hand gun, is very unconstitutional.He changed his stance on gay marriage in '04. Our President has flip-flopped on this one for about 15 years.I stand firm behind a statement I made awhile ago, don't ever trust a politician from Chicago.As for drinking with Mitt, wouldn't want to. He seems very dull. And yes, I do not think Mormons are allowed to drink alcohol. I would share a beer with Obama, I have nothing against him personally, just won't vote for him, but he'll win Illinois, so no need to worry about that. Enjoy your day of rest.HAHAHAHAHHAHA.
JOB, I can remember Maher from the daze (literally) when it was his ass on stage and only his ass responsible for his material, and THAT's where I learned to respect his humor. I love the fact that he's an unapologetic atheist, willing to laugh at the silly shit "believers" try to force feed the rest of the sane community. A handgun ban in Chicago might not be the most Constitutional opinion to hold, but looking at Chicago's gang violence and gun death rates might make it seem like a reasonable response. The gay marriage thing has always been a toxic third rail policy opinion for politicians, and I'm highly disappointed Obama didn't state his (obvious) opinion in favor of removing barriers that are clearly unconstitutional. It's one of my greatest problems with Obama. It might not be popular, it might not be an "electable" opinion, but I believe a politician has to be true to his own heart and strive for policy positions that best reflect his conscience. Any law that prevents gays from enjoying the same privileges as heteros is unconstitutional, and we'll look back on those laws as a blot on our national history someday. Like I tell my friends... Gays have every right to get married and be just as miserable as anyone else! I'll raise a beer with you any time, man. And you're right, Mitt would be a dull-ass companion. Like having a brew with a cameleon. Why bother?
SQ- Maher does make me laugh, but his old stand up acts are nowhere near as funny as Carlin. Of course, this is all just my opinion..........CLANK, cheers. Chug, Clank, empty glass hits the bar top. LOLOLO ;)
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