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Published On: Wed, Jun 7th, 2017

Bill Maher Quotes

Some quotes from uber-liberal and attack dog Bill Maher, enjoy.

Talking with Ben Sasse of Nebraska: “Work in the fields?” replied Maher, to Sasse’s invitation to come and work in Nebraska. “Senator, I’m a house n—. No, it’s a joke.”

Maher took issue with the millennial generation, Bernie Sanders supporters and what he calls their “free s**t” view on socialism: June 10, 2016 on “Real Time”

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For millennials, the word socialism doesn’t conjure up images of Stalin and Castro, it conjures up images of naked Danish people on a month-long paid vacation.

Millennials don’t remember a threatening Soviet Union, or any Soviet Union. The only time they’ve had to crouch under a desk was to go down on their teacher.

So, the new generation is ready for socialism. The problem is: they may be ready for a little too much socialism.

Almost two-thirds of Sanders voters want free college, and free universal health coverage for no more than an extra $1,000 in taxes, even though that’s not really socialism. That’s Santa-ism.

And if you’re a millennial you may never have known the concept of paying for things that all of us used to pay for. I’m a baby boomer; I think the natural order of things is to pay for music that I like.

To do less than that doesn’t make you a revolutionary, it makes you a person who goes to the bathroom when the check comes…

The point is if you add up all the free things that the under-40 crowd is used to getting from the quick jerk at work to being able to sit in Starbucks all day for the price of a scone, from music to wi-fi- to birth control– it’s not such a jarring proposition when socialism comes along and says you are entitled to free stuff. And that in turn is why there must be this proliferation of websites like Kickstarter and GoFundMe. Go fund me? Go fund yourself.

Full coverage HERE


This photo provided by the Irving Police Department shows the homemade clock that Ahmed Mohamed brought to school, Wednesday, Sept.16, 2015, in Irving. Police detained the 14-year-old Muslim boy after a teacher at MacArthur High School decided that the homemade clock he brought to class looked like a bomb, according to school and police officials. The family of Ahmed Mohamed said the boy was suspended for three days from the school in the Dallas suburb.

This photo provided by the Irving Police Department shows the homemade clock that Ahmed Mohamed brought to school, Wednesday, Sept.16, 2015, in Irving. Police detained the 14-year-old Muslim boy after a teacher at MacArthur High School decided that the homemade clock he brought to class looked like a bomb, according to school and police officials. The family of Ahmed Mohamed said the boy was suspended for three days from the school in the Dallas suburb.

Ahmed Mohamed’s ‘clock’ looks ‘exactly like a bomb’: “Could we have a little perspective about this? Did the teacher really do the wrong thing?” Maher asked, adding that teachers should “err on the side of caution” in this day and age…

“What if it had been a bomb? So the teacher is supposed to see something that looks like a bomb and go, ‘Oh wait, this just might be my white privilege talking? I sure don’t want to be politically incorrect, so I’ll just let it go?'” Maher asked. (9/2015)

Maher discussed the incident on his show, but he put forth a completely opposite view, pointing out that the contraption did look “exactly like a [expletive] bomb.”

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