Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Maher: Bitter Atheist Attacks Americans Everywhere

Maher: "Majority of Americans Crazy, but I'm sane."

Bill Maher... offending the majority of America, the majority of the time.

The vast majority of Americans are people of faith. The majority are people who understand that we are not masters of our own destiny, people who believe that there is something greater than themselves in this life, but mostly people humble enough to admit that they don't have all the answers; can't save themselves; and that they would be incredibly foolish to think they know better. Bill Maher however, is not like the majority of Americans. Bill Maher, one of the 'elitists', who represents such a small minority of anyone's ideology garners quite a bit of attention, hell he even has a has a crappy show on HBO because of it.

Maher, as he's accustomed to doing, let loose on a tirade seeing how many Americans he could offend at once during a recent interview on the Late Show with Conan O'Brien a few nights back. I'm fairly sure that Conan was just happy that the interview was over. In fact, you could hear quite a few nervous laughs come from Conan.

What follows is a partial transcript (go easy on me I transcribed it myself) of the interview.
Conan: What's up with the Republicans now?
Bill: I'd love to talk about the Republicans...
Conan: Let's talk about Mitt Romney...
Bill: Mitt Romney's an interesting case, it's funny the Christian hillbillies that make up the majority of the base... you have a very sensitive crowd (Remarking on the lack of laughs and utter silence when the crowd was stunned in shock realizing that this man just said something so offensive. His attacks continue...)
Bill: So mitt romney had to make a speech... That's not what Mitt Romney said, "Look I believe in something completely crazy just like YOU do, what's important is that we're all religious and we believe in something completely irrational that's completely [censored]."

(anti-religion rant continued)
...You can't be a rational person 6 days of the week and put on a suit and make rational decisions and go to work and on one day the week go to a building and think that your drinking the blood of a 2,000 year old space god... that doesn't make you a person of faith... that makes you a schizophrenic. Um..
Conan: You're saying anyone who's religious is a schizophrenic?
Bill: Well yes, sort of because they have walled off a part of their mind. Do you believe in a talking snake?
Conan: a.. no not a talking snake.
Bill: Then you're not a religious person. Mike Huckabee, who won the Iowa Caucus, doesn't believe in evolution. And he's not that sure about gravity.
Conan: I don't remember him saying that about gravity.
Bill: Well, do you believe in evolution?
Conan: Do I believe in evolution? Yes, I do
Bill: Right, he thinks the world is 6,000 years old. Senator Robert Byrd is 8,000 years old.
Wow, who's logic is faulty there. Since when did biology have anything to do with physics? Good logic there Bill. Evolution (i.e. Darwin's theory of evolution) = Gravity, so that must also mean that Centripetal Force = Photosynthesis.

What are you going to do with the guy... he's like an aged senile Bill Murray, and that's only because he shares similar facial features. Believe me, it's really a big insult to Bill Murray to imply that they even resemble each other. Bill Maher's not funny, he's not entertaining, he's actually kind of sad, but really he's just mostly pathetic.

I'm kinda glad someone felt bad for him and gave him a show on HBO.
After all, I don't get HBO.

Please keep him on those channels so I won't to listen to his lunacy.

1 comment:

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