Moronic Statement of the Week

I don’t think Michelle Malkin owns anything named “Obama,” but I’ll bet she has a pile of rubber dog s*#t she calls “Maher”:

BILL MAHER, HOST: If you just presented the Republicans with Obama’s resume and didn’t say who it was, they would erect statues to this guy. He killed bin Laden, he killed Gaddafi, he saved us from a depression. I mean all, just, just the killing alone, Michelle Malkin would name her vibrator “Obama.

Forget about showing people Obama’s resume, Bill… some folks would just settle for seeing his college transcripts.

I don’t know what’s more patently offensive… a moronic insult of a friend of mine, or the claim that Obama saved us from a depression. Seriously?

What else is on Obama’s resume? Reverend Wright, Bill Ayers, ACORN connections, trillions in added debt, Marxists and Socialists within the administration, Obamacare, record food stamp dependency, green schemes and repeated policy failures — yeah, it sure is difficult to see why Michelle Malkin doesn’t worship Obama!

As for capping despots and terrorists, conservatives don’t really have a problem with that — and Michelle Malkin is no exception. What conservatives can’t understand is that Obama — Nobel Peace Prize winner — can do things that would have had the likes of Bill Maher demanding war crimes tribunals if George W. Bush had done them. But when Obama does those things, the left thinks the right should love him, while the right wonders why the left doesn’t hate him. The confusion is certainly mutual.

Here’s Noel Sheppard’s analysis over at Newsbusters:

The problem for people like Maher is they’re so ideological in their likes and dislikes that they naturally assume their opponents are as well.

Consider that when the topic of Herman Cain came up on “Real Time” Friday night, Maher and all of his liberal guests – MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, New York Times’ Tom Friedman, Bloomberg’s Joshua Green, and author Touré – savagely attacked the Republican presidential candidate even calling the former ballistics analyst “dumb.”

As MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist accurately observed Wednesday, these folks would all be swooning over Cain just like they did Obama if he were a Democrat.

Not surprisingly, the hypocrisy was lost on these self-proclaimed deep thinkers.

Author: Doug Powers

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