Saturday, May 29, 2010

Bill Maher: 'Real Black President, Gun'

Once upon a time, Bill Maher used to be funny.

Now, he's mostly offensive and tasteless.

While he still can be humorous, he's more of a Leftist propagandist than a comedian.

However, on rare occasions, Maher will take some shots at Obama and the Democrats.

From Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher:

Transcript

BILL MAHER: Anymore gushing, I'm going to have to pump mud into your blowhole. Boy, I have a whole new vocabulary now because of this oil sh-t. Right? 'Top kill' and 'junk shot' and 'plug blowhole.' This is the latest thing they're trying. We have our fingers crossed, right? You know, their method is they're shooting tons of mud and cement to try to seal the hole shut. And if it works, they're going to try it on Kate Gosselin.

So, the president finally arrived on the Gulf Coast today to survey the damage. I thought this was telling. While he was there, FEMA arrived for Katrina. So that tells you where we are. And George Bush saw him on TV. He called him up, he said, 'You're doing a heckuva job, Brownie.' He's not right.

No, I mean, people have been waiting for Obama to do something. You know, I love him, but he's a little professorial. You know, he doesn't have that Clinton gene for, you know, the empathy kind of thing. He saw somebody, he said, 'I've been briefed on your pain.'

You know, I thought when we elected a black president, we were gonna get a black president. You know, this is where I want a real black president. I want him in a meeting with the BP CEOs, you know, where he lifts up his shirt so they could see the gun in his pants. 'We got a motherf---ing problem here?' You know, shoot somebody in the foot.

Talk about stereotyping!

Is Maher going to get heat for these comments?

Is Al Sharpton going to stage a boycott of Maher and HBO?


Video.

3 comments:

Facetwitch (J. Oliver) said...

The Left continues to prove they can't look past color. I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for the uproar though. Comrades in the New Faith always get a pass. Meanwhile, Media Matters and Think Progress are busy feigning outrage at Bill O'Reilly's lame banter from the other night.

stephanie said...

You have heard the expression tongue-in-cheek, right?! Have you people no sense of humour at all??

jon said...

i *have* heard of the phrase "foot in mouth". if he were to make that comment around my friends and myself, it would have made for a *very* awkward situation. out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks, and the only thing this has let us in on is one of his views of what a "real black man" does. ridiculous.