Top Obama Donor Bill Maher Uses Colorado Massacre to Bash America

Never let a crisis go to waste…
Top Obama donor Bill Maher used the Colorado massacre to bash America and conservatives on Twitter.
The Blaze reported:

Bill Maher used the Aurora, Colo. shooting to hit at “American exceptionalism” and “[right] wingers” on Friday, tweeting that alleged gunman James Holmes’ actions are “a reminder that so many of the things that make us exceptional these days are bad.”

What a pig.

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  • Redlite

    So where did he get all of his money? If it weren’t for American exceptionalism he would not be a wealthy man!

    Rich libs think it is there job to dictate how the rest of us live. They have all of the money they need to live comfortable life. They just want to enslave the rest of the country to the whims of the government!

    What is the difference between a Republican and a Democrat?
    Democrats sign their checks on the back!

  • averagemelon

    All that comes out of the mouth of Bill Mahr is evil, black ooze. It’s best to plug your ears and shut your eyes everytime he pops up in front of you.

  • nomobama

    He must have looked in a mirror. He thinks that he is an exceptional man, yet he’s an ugly person both inside and out.

  • Hobbitually conservative

    Bill Maher is an example of American Exceptionalism, proving just how bad it can get.

    The shooting is in response of the division that the democrats have created and has nothing to do with what America is really about. Maher is a Marxist tool, or is that “fool”.

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  • dwillmore

    I work with a very liberal person who thinks limbaugh is so hateful though she has never listened to him, and thinks Maher is absolutely wonderful.

    This is liberalism in a nutshell, and I do think it is a mental disorder.

  • Steve

    You mean like that mass shooting in Norway about a year ago? Sadly, these things are not “exceptional” to The US of A.

  • Limousine Barry

    I agree!

    Although, my teleprompter is not working I will just add this fact… tap… tap. Can you hear me? Good.

    Eric Holder and I had an exceptional program call Guns 4 Mexican Gangs. It worked exceptionally Fast. The guns were quickly used to kill 300 Mexicans and one American Border Agent. That is exceptionally deadly! Eric Holder is to blame… Keep me out of it!

    If you like the way I take your money and spend it on Guns 4 Mexican Gangs… and Food Stamps – vote for me. Send me $30.00 before midnight.

    My pig of a campaign bus is over-heating and David Axelrod has another sleazy scam for our Hollywood donors. It’s a variation of the “shell game” scam. I can’t go into specifics at this time. Besides they always vote for me. I am sure they will understand. My campaign may suck but once I milk my Hollywood donors dry it will suck worse. Good day.

  • bobdog

    “…so many of the things that make us exceptional these days are bad…”

    And one of those things is Bill Maher.

  • Chris

    Bill only has something to stupid to say, but he never has a solution to anything. Liberalism at its best. All talk.

  • Flintstone F.

    American exceptionalism is a statement about the overall quality of our culture. We are individuals, value individual liberty and we are proud to be Americans. We are unique in the world for being open to immigration and allow people come in and blend into our society. More than any other country in the world by leaps and bounds.

    So it’s not individual events that define exceptional but rather individual liberty, a love of country and respect for the law.

    Bill Maher is just one of the bottom 25-30% that doesn’t understand what the term means or have love for their country.

    Just a “my bad” shout out to Haiti. Thanks for doing them a solid Obama. Dumb D**k.

  • clint

    Yes Bill you are a prime example of what makes us BAD but you are not EXCEPTIONAL except when you are an IDIOT, you excell at that. DUMB ASS.

  • ebayer

    What is he talking about?
    Me thinketh he doth protest too much

  • Indiana

    If we just ignore this little pig….he’ll go away. He’s down to living on bad press…..he’ll be gone soon.

  • jorgen

    so many of the things that make us exceptional these days are bad

    Yeah, Maher is like Obama, Pelosi and Reid exceptionally evil.

  • gwhh

    i had to think about that comment like a liberal. I guess in there wraped minds those two things equal each other. but i don’t understand how america greatness and precived liberal decline is related to a nutcase shooting a bunch of people!!

  • kato

    This turd’s career must only exist in the world of right-wing media. I have no idea when this turd is on, I know no one who watches him, but right-wing media monitors every inane utterance.

    In terms of serious political discussion, this turd isn’t even a player. He’s a male version of Cher and Ellen Barkin, although those two, at least, are able to pretend they are people less despicable than they are in real life.

  • AuntieMadder

    #3 July 23, 2012 at 7:33 am
    nomobama commented: “He must have looked in a mirror. He thinks that he is an exceptional man…”

    Maher is an exceptional man. He’s exceptionally homely, exceptionally nasty, exceptionally hateful, exceptionally foolish, and exceptionally overpaid.

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  • mg4us

    Maher. .if u hate America this much then LEAVE. . no one is stopping you. . .
    Oh forgot, held back by your exceptional earnings potential in this great country. . .

    HBO needs to ban him for good

  • Chris

    #23 HBO will never ban him. They agree with what he says or they would. I mean they have another show on HBO that agrees with their own beliefs”Newsroom” or whatever it is.

  • MJ


    The Mad Jewess [email protected]

    @billmaher How did @AnnCoulter date a little prick like you? You are ugly, act like a jackass and your nose is bigger than your dick.

  • Patty

    At this point in our lives, Maher is infinitesimal.

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  • Radegunda

    Hasn’t he heard about the Norwegian massacre? Or the high murder rate in Mexico? Or South Africa? Or the rape epidemic in Sweden? Or the riots and carbecues in France? Or the thousands upon thousands of Muslim attacks on other people?

  • Brae

    Yes, and Mayer is a prime example of what is bad in America. Unfortunately the exceptionalism of America lets this pig speak~~no offense to pigs meant please.

  • Sarge

    Maher is like so many others to whom the world is a mirror; they look at anything, but all they see is their preconceptions.

    I’m sure “American Exeptionalism” explains that nutjob Anders Breivik who shot up an entire town in Norway some time back. Killed 69 people. Had no more rational reason for what he did than this most recent whackjob will turn out to have had.

    There’s no ‘reason’ for ‘insanity,’ that’s why we call it that.

    And no law can prevent someone intent on doing such things from doing them. If he couldn’t have bought guns, he likely would have just made grenades. If not that, some other weapon.

    Crazy is crazy. End of story.

  • dylan

    And that includes you!

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  • I’m not a Racist; I don’t like Biden or Pelosi either
  • AuntieMadder

    #30 July 23, 2012 at 11:18 am
    Sarge commented: “And no law can prevent someone intent on doing such things from doing them. If he couldn’t have bought guns, he likely would have just made grenades. If not that, some other weapon.”

    Chain the doors. Run through, pouring accelerant. Toss a lit match on the way out.

  • Patty



    While police and medics were still wading through the carnage of the outrageous massacre in Aurora, Colorado, reporter Brian Ross matched the name of the murderer with that of a Tea Party member and, without verifying its validity, proceeded to assassinate the character of a law abiding citizen on live television because it meshed with a preconceived narrative. What narrative? The narrative that imputes violent tendencies to non-violent people while turning a blind eye to a President’s association with a member of the Weather Underground; that assigns racism to the requirement that voters produce exactly as much identification as is needed to buy a pack of cigarettes but views actual voter intimidation by Black Panther goons as a non-event. It is a narrative that indicts the authors of the Constitution as outside the American mainstream, but enshrines anarchists and the non-productive as the very bedrock of society. It is a narrative advanced by a pastor who invoked The Almighty’s damnation of America, and whose congregant resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Yesterday’s iconoclast has becomes today’s wrecking ball, and the more he succeeds, the more our country fails.

  • Patty

    So when the authors of this narrative accuse you of bitterly clinging to your faith and your God-given rights, it’s because they bitterly cling to their faith in omnipotent government. When they accuse you of racism, it’s because they are either unable or unwilling to break free of the chains of a twisted perspective in which everything is seen in a racial context. When they accuse you of being greedy for trying to provide for you and your family, it’s because they are the greedy ones, lusting after the property and liberty of others and the power they imagine will be theirs. When they accuse you of being a threat to society because you insist on having access to the weaponry required to protect yourself and your family, it’s because they view you as a threat to a utopia in which the government prefers to arm drug cartels over law-abiding citizens. When they accuse of you of trying to impose your morals on others, it’s because they desire to impose theirs on you whether through forcing you to subsidize the sex habits of others, or forcing you to purchase whatever product or service suits the egalitarian impulse of the moment.

    But as the progressives’ poll numbers decline, it helps to remember that with every malicious slander, with each unfounded accusation, and with every sneer meant to mischaracterize you, these people are instead revealing themselves.

  • theBuckWheat

    Maher is ignorant of how easy it is for government to become all-consuming and for those in power to become monsters. Indeed, F.A. Hayek, in his book Road to Serfdom devoted a whole chapter to it, Why the Worst Get on Top. And we are as close to having the worst get on top as any time in American history.

    In other contexts, Maher would certainly view himself as a defender of civil and human rights. But by his attitude and comments, he gives aid and comfort to people who would indeed be monsters should the people be unable to resist them. See for example, the case of Lavrentiy Beria.

    From his Wikipedia page:

    “During the war, Beria was commonly seen on warm nights slowly driving in his armored Packard limousine through the streets of Moscow. According to the official 1955 testimony of his NKVD bodyguards, colonels R.S. Sarkisov and V. Nadaraia, Beria would point out young women to be detained and escorted to his mansion, where wine and a feast awaited them. After dining, Beria would take the women into his soundproofed office and rape them. Beria’s bodyguards reported that their orders included handing each girl a flower bouquet as she left Beria’s house, with the implication being that to accept his parting gift made her his consensual mistress; those who refused risked being arrested. In one incident reported by Colonel Sarkisov, a woman who had been brought to Beria refused his advances and ran out of his office; Sarkisov mistakenly handed her the flowers anyway, prompting the enraged Beria to declare “Now it’s not a bouquet, it’s a wreath! May it rot on your grave!” The woman was arrested by the NKVD the next day.[32] Many women reportedly submitted to Beria’s advances in exchange for the promise of freeing their relatives from the Gulag. In one case, Beria picked up a well-known actress under the pretense of bringing her to perform for the Politburo; instead, he took her to his dacha, promised to free her father and grandmother from NKVD prison if she submitted, and then raped her, telling her “Scream or not, doesn’t matter.”[33] Beria knew her relatives had already been executed months before. She was arrested shortly afterward and sentenced to solitary confinement in the Gulag, which she survived.”

    I used to think the present crew in offic was of the same spirit, yet not nearly as bloodthirsty for power. Then I realized that they had already presided over the deaths of over 300 Mexicans in an attempt to nullify the Second Amendment. They have not shown any sign of being deterred in attaining their goal. So, they have blood on their hands.

    Thanks for donating to their campaign Maher!

  • Mr. Maher…what’s left to say about him? Not much. He’s one of the main reasons I don’t miss cable TV.

    He should write a book then go on a tour promoting it. There’s a Barnes & Noble here in town. Mr. Maher should get out and meet some of the America that is outside Hollywood or San Francisco wherever he’s at.

  • James

    Well at least he didn’t call the shooter couragious like he did the 9/11 highjackers.

  • Rob

    His statement makes no sense. I guess he didn’t take his syphilis medication today.

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  • bg


    July 23, 2012

    Character, Not Skin Color Matters

    [Being in the company of churlish, scowling, and spoiled children is an event best avoided, and associating with adults who are insolent and procacious is no bargain, either. Worse, however, is to witness these behavioral traits in the president, a man who has refined tempestuous, purposely misleading and scornful language to an insidious art form when it comes to discussing success in the private sector and marginalizing those who shun the umbilical cord he obsesseses to attach to everyone and every entity. Moreover, the Revelation at Roanoke underscored his utter disdain for entrepreneurial endeavor of any type, a mere extension of when he stated earlier this month that the private sector was doing well. Though impossibly dim and detached at times, what he meant was that the private sector is doing well enough according to the perverse manner in which he keeps score. Translation: Through tax and regulation I’ll keep a lid on their earnings and that’s exactly where I want to keep them, which is an euphemism for a Marxist government wherein everyone carries the same robotic designation and takes orders from Fearless Leader.

    Can you spell C-A-S-T-R-O ?]


  • LeeUsmc

    Bill Maher used the Aurora, Colo. shooting to hit at “American exceptionalism” and “[right] wingers” on Friday, tweeting that alleged gunman James Holmes’ actions are “a reminder that so many of the things that make us exceptional these days are bad.”

    I am sure that would include HIM! HA! HA! HA!:

  • Gail

    “Rt wingers luv to tout American Exceptionalism – today is a reminder that so many of the things that make us exceptional these days are bad” – Bill Maher

    Yes, Bill your right and your one of the biggest BAD THINGS/POS there is. Can’t wait til your Karma gets here! Pig!

  • brianmouland

    What most Americans spew out their rear ends smells better than what often comes out of Maher front end

  • Rudy

    Bill Maher is donating all the proceeds from his already scheduled shows in Colorado this weekend to the victims of both the Aurora massacre and the devastating wildfires. Then we have the exceptional cowards who ran out to the gun stores after the shooting – some even stood in line waiting for the store to open the morning of the shooting. We hear it’s because people are scared. Yeah, they’re scared that Obama is going to come door to door and take away the guns. The guns aren’t going away, they never do. Instead of being cowards with more guns how about being strong and giving the money you spent on guns to the victims? Bill Maher is a comedian! Worry about what the politicians are saying – and not saying.

  • Sebastian

    Wow you guys are really stupid.