Sunday, September 29, 2013

Maher muses . . .

Bag In — Bag Out

BILL MAHER socks it to the Goppers with a delightful post on RSN, “California: Tea Party Free Zone” where he contends that California will pull the Gopper states into the twenty-first century:
New Rule: Conservatives who love to brag about American exceptionalism must come here to California, and see it in person. And then they should be afraid -- very afraid. Because while the rest of the country is beset by stories of right-wing takeovers in places like North Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin, California is going in the opposite direction and creating the kind of modern, liberal nation the country as a whole can only dream about. And not only can't the rest of the country stop us -- we're going to drag you along with us.
And a good thing too, as Gopper country sure isn't a nice place to live:
I know, it sounds like some crazy science fiction story, but you see, here in California, we're not just gluten-free and soy-free and peanut-free, we're Tea Party free! Virginia could do it, too, but they're too busy forcing ultrasounds on women who want abortions. Texas could, but they don't because they're too busy putting Jesus in the science textbooks. Meanwhile their state is so broke they want to replace paved roads with gravel. I thought we had this road-paving thing licked in the 1930s, but not in Texas. But hey, in Dallas you can carry a rifle into a Chuck E. Cheese, cause that's freedom. Which is great, but it wasn't so great when that unregulated fertilizer plant in Waco blew up. In California, when things blow up, it's because we're making a Jason Statham movie.
Check out the rest of Bill's rant, and enjoy.

5 comments:

The Mound of Sound said...

It was a pretty good monologue, wasn't it?

Simon said...

hi Edstock...

Texas could, but they don't because they're too busy putting Jesus in the science textbooks. Meanwhile their state is so broke they want to replace paved roads with gravel. I thought we had this road-paving thing licked in the 1930s, but not in Texas. But hey, in Dallas you can carry a rifle into a Chuck E. Cheese, cause that's freedom.

OMG. Gravel roads? That's too funny. Thanks for the link...

Steve said...

After the popcorn is the reality of living cinema. In some parts of the USA 85% of parents are refusing to have their children vaccinated. Prevents death is not an argument with these people.

astone said...

You can give partial thanks to that skank..Jenny Mcarthy!!! I am astonished that babwa walters would put her on the View. What little credibility that show had is now gone!!!

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