Bill Maher: fight Tea with Fire.

Via elephant journal
on Aug 7, 2011
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“The only way to pull the debate back from the far right is for liberals to elect their own slate of 60 unstable, loony tune, mad-as-a-hatter, crazy motherfuckers.”

He’s joking, but he’s serious: it’s time for a liberal crazy wing to balance the GOP crazy wing, so we can fly right again. And by right, I mean centric:


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5 Responses to “Bill Maher: fight Tea with Fire.”

  1. resourcetherapy says:

    It is truly sad that the only response the "intellectual" left has is this.

  2. AnnetteVictoria says:

    Agreed. "Fight angry lunatics with angry lunatics" sounds like a recipe for destruction. A rather outmoded maxim.

  3. luckydog says:

    It's just a little humor guys, I have a sneaking suspicion he wasn't making serious recommendations here (except maybe the very last part). 🙂

  4. luckydog says:

    Well he is a comedian. Yes, he's angry about the ridiculous demands of the tea party and where they have pulled our country (as are so many) and is using humor to point out just how far it's gone.

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