Liberals are a sorry bunch. Since you can’t shoot ‘em, ya gotta love ‘em, sort of, and, it must be admitted they provide a much-needed entertainment factor, sort of.
You have to wonder what’s wrong with them, though. Lib politicians, especially, seem to have a screw loose somewhere when it comes to their aberrant sexual proclivities.
Whether it be the smarminess of Democrat Rep. Anthony Weiner, a story still growing, so to speak, the lustiness of Democrat Sen. Jumping Johnny Edwards or of hooker-loving Democrat Governor Eliot Spitzer, or the midnight truck-stopping of Democrat Governor Jim McGreevey, they appear unable to control themselves which, I guess, is what makes them Dem liberals.
The good news is that most of those pervs all reside in the New York area. The bad news is that there are any number of lib “celebs” out there with widespread audiences to whom they spew vile liberal opinion.
Demonstrating that a lack of decorum and class isn’t confined to lib-men, one member of the distaff side, Time reporterette, Nina Burleigh, famously said back in 1998, “I would be happy to give [Bill Clinton] a blowjob just to thank him for keeping abortion legal. I think American women should be lining up with their presidential kneepads on to show their gratitude for keeping the theocracy off our backs.”
Like I said, classy. (It’s not known whether Bubba collected his reward.)
Pols and oral sex aside, among the sorriest of all liberal celebrities, of sorts, is Bill Maher.
Sam Wurzelbacher, aka Joe the Plumber, was once asked if he could punch someone famous who would he pick and quickly answered, “Bill Maher. It would be fun to lay that boy out. But I’d look like a bully because he’s so much smaller than I am. ” Joe/Sam’s sentiments are entirely understandable.
Maher, the least funny comedian on the planet who took up political commentary after a failed career as a stand-up comic, is notable in a variety of ways, none of them flattering. However, being an arch-liberal he gets away with doing and saying the most reprehensible things such as when he opined on Obama and the Gulf oil disaster.
Demeaning all African-Americans, the consistently foul-mouthed Maher ranted, “I thought when we elected a black president, we were going to get a black president. . . a real black president. I want him in a meeting with the BP CEOs, you know, where he lifts up his shirt where you can see the gun in his pants. That’s — (in black man voice) ‘we’ve got a motherfu**ing problem here?’ Shoot somebody in the foot.”
Racism is just fine when articulated by a lib. So, too, is misogyny, when the targets are conservative women. Grossly illiberal, intemperate, hypocritical slurs hurled at former Governor Sarah Palin and Rep. Michelle Bachmann are perfectly acceptable in Liberal World. Maher called them “two bimbos,” characterized Palin as “a t*at,” and Bachmann a “c*nt.”
Not a peep emanated from the nation’s preeminent liberal women’s spokeswomen at the National Organization for Women.
The déclassé Maher recently outdid himself on his “Real Time” program in his analysis of what’s wrong with America: “When it gets down to two people, the electorate always holds their nose and votes the one they like the least. The economy is in the toilet — I, I, I think anybody could be president in this dumb, f**king country.”
One has to wonder why Maher and others of his ilk don’t simply move away from “this dumb, f**king country.” See the 75 second video clip of Maher in repulsive action here http://bit.ly/jjVO2w
Obamians, however, shouldn’t despair over Maher’s estimation of the nation’s voters. After all, Bill was just being his liberal self and reflecting the lib consensus. In any event, the president has gotten a much-needed vote of confidence from none other than actor and perspicacious political analyst, Richard Gere.
The star of such socially-uplifting films as ”American Gigolo,” a tale of a male whore, and “Pretty Woman,” the story of a female whore, inexplicably testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee in Washington. Afterward, he was asked whether he was supportive of Obama’s job performance.
Gere, now a Buddhist and advocate against AIDS and for the environment, isdeemed an expert on tribal peoples since he wrote a book about them. Despite being accused of public obscenity in India and fleeing that country, he was asked to testify and all but gushed his presidential plaudits.
“Overall, I think he’s done an extraordinary job,” Gere said, effusively adding, ”I think he’s going to go down probably as one of our great presidents. . . He has found a way to change and flow to learn from every situation. . . We’re coming out of this terrible economic crisis. We’re turning the corner on terrorist situations. . . the strength within him is starting to emerge. I think he’s doing a terrific job.”
He must not read the newspapers.
See Gere share his boundless expertise in this 2 minute clip, http://bit.ly/m0hD8l
There’s really nothing wrong with liberals that a good dose of reality, an acquaintance with the greatness of America, and a swift boot in the rear end couldn’t cure. Accepting reality and understanding our nation are lost causes for them. We can’t shoot them so we can only hope they get a swift boot.