This is from Monday night, but as Jim Gaffigan says, “I wanna talk about it now.” It’s not like a few more days matter to these two fossils:
Wow, they sure told us. “Down with corporate America. We’ll be right back after these words!” And here’s a New Rule: Whenever Bill Maher precedes a statement with “There are these things called facts,” get ready for whatever horsecrap he got from Kos and Media Matters that day.
By the way, Bill: Obamacare. Obamacare, Obamacare, Obamacare, Obamacare, Obamacare. Obamacare. The more you hate hearing it, the more we love saying it. It’s just a good thing you’ll never have children or grandchildren, because they’d be paying for Obamacare — which is another word for Obamacare — long after “teabagger” goes out of style.
Have a nice day, teabaggee. Now stop scratching that, it’ll get infected.
P.S. I have to admit, Maher has finally said something that made me laugh:
That’s right, Bill Maher just accused The Onion of plagiarism. Here’s the headline of the story he’s talking about:
Maher’s got a good case, except for the fact that August 2009 happened, um, before February 2010. But then, he’s never been very good with numbers. He claims ABC cancelled Politically Incorrect because of what he said right after 9/11, which is weird because the show lasted until July 2002. Guess calendars are for teabaggers.
P.P.S. Maybe Maher is still angry about this old story from The Onion:
Bill Maher Spends All Night Arguing With Republican Hooker