A message from Bill Maher to our Chief Medical Officer

When he leaves aside the anti-Trump boilerplate and gives his liberal rationality a run, Maher can really nail it.

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11 Responses to A message from Bill Maher to our Chief Medical Officer

  1. Zatara

    Well said Bill.

    If only you could turn that intellect of yours onto curing your TDS you’d be quite a guy,

  2. Terry

    ‘…you could stop immigration with a wall’…said no one ever.

    Reducing/stopping incursions by illegal aliens, however. Different story.

    A real shame. He almost nailed it. A beautiful routine. On course for “a perfect 10” only to faceplant on the dismount…smack.

  3. Iampeter

    It’s always a good sign when Paul Joseph Watson starts getting linked to on what’s meant to be a serious blog about politics and economics, etc.

    What’s next? Owen Benjamin?

    Moving on up!

  4. Roger W

    Should be compulsory viewing on their ABC!

  5. C.L.

    It’s always a good sign when Paul Joseph Watson starts getting linked to on what’s meant to be a serious blog about politics and economics, etc.

    That’s called an ad hominem.
    A strange one in this instance as Watson is not in the video.

    You have to come up with an argument. GO!

  6. Catfeesh?

    Great from Maher until the end. Pity about that for the reasons Terry noted above.

    But that minor point aside, great video and I dips me lid for that.

  7. Roger

    You have to come up with an argument. GO!

    Oh please, don’t encourage him.

  8. Herodotus

    Being libertarian means never having to say you’re serious..

  9. calli

    He was doing so well until he wasn’t.

    The TDS is the same as the germ phobias he argued against. A shame, because his argument made sense.

  10. Iampeter

    That’s called an ad hominem.
    A strange one in this instance as Watson is not in the video.

    You have to come up with an argument. GO!

    LOL!
    Thanks CL, I’ll bookmark this post from you so I can use it on literally EVERY response to my posts here.
    Also, I fully expect you to respond accordingly in those situations too.

    I mean, it’s not like you’re dishonest enough to try and evade the very clear point of my post, by dismissing it as ad hominem, something neither you nor anyone at the Cat have any problems with when directed at me, now are you?

    SMH.

  11. Herod. Please, speak with more propriety.

    In my case, I used to be overly serious, but we have been living in 🤡🌏 for quite some time.

    Thank god I woke up and realised the theatre was on fire.

    Parody, mockery, passive non violent resistance and giving no credence to authority is the correct response.

    Maher is right, we are afraid of normal human interaction. Neuroticism shouldn’t be normalised, encouraged or rewarded. Anyone running interference against this has wicked intentions.

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