Bill Maher is an atheist. That makes him a perfect fit for the intolerant bigots on CNN (The Evil, Anti-American Network). As an agnostic, I have never understood atheists, because I have always believed that the reason not to believe in religion is SKEPTICISM--including skepticism of the assertion that God does NOT exist, and that there is no truth at all to the Christian religion (or any other religion). I do not understand militant atheism, and Bill Maher is one of the most militant (certainly where the Christian religion is concerned). How can you be a skeptic and be so SURE other people are wrong? If you do that, you have simply created your own religion, which leftists have done (whether they call themselves "religious" or not--usually, which is not to deny there may be a FEW leftists who put their spiritual religion above their political religion). Yes, I can conclusively say that Bill Maher is an anti-religious BIGOT He opposes people, and purports to oppose policies, simply because he thinks they support religion.
Bill Maher has appointed himself judge, jury and executioner for Christine O'Donnell That is because he believes she threatens his religion: Leftism. It is also because Bill Maher is a bitter FAILURE, and is riding Christine O'Donnell to new, undeserved fame and fortune. Furtehr, Bill Maher opposes Christine O'Donnell because she is a Christian, and because Bill Maher regards heer as part of the religious right. But all of this does not explain why CNN has made Bill Maher its MAIN political "elxpert" on Christine O'Donnell. Bil Maher has NO credentials as a political expert. Yet, he has been all over CNN talking about politics, and especially about Christine O'Donnell. This is despite the fact that CNN well knows that Bill Maher has appointed himself to run a one man campaign against Christine O'Donnell. That is why CNN is known as The Liar Network, as well as The Racist (Bigoted) Network. Ys, Bill Maher was a regular guest on CNN before Christine O'Donnell, because of his outspoken atheism, but it has become ridiculous. CNN is ADVERTISING that Bill Maher will be on John King's CNN program every day this week--presumably as THE expert on politics in general and Christine O'Donnell in particular.
Warning: a digression follows. You say that Christine O'Donnell is a funny Christian, because she "dabbled in witchcraft" when she was in high school? Well, if you say that, then you have to say that President Obama is NOT A CHRISTIAN. Obama admits that he was NOT raised as a Christian, and came to his faith later in life (after doing hard drugs like cocaine when he was young). I have previously given you my personal opinion that President Obama is still not a Christian, but if a person's youth matters as much as the critics of Christine O'Donnell says it does, then there are MANY more questions regarding Obama and his supposed Christian faith than there are regarding Christine O'Donnell. Yes, Barack Obama also was exposed to the Muslim faith as a child, and the New York Times has reported that Obama still regards the Muslim "call to prayer" as one of the prettiest sounds in the world. No, I don't see any possibility that Obama is a Muslim. I would feel better if he were, because I might believe he had some religion other than a fanatical belief in his leftist political philosophy. And what about The Bearded Marxist (O'Donnell opponent--He Who Shall Not Be Named, which is my Harry Potter witchcraft reference)? O'Donnell opponent flirted with Marxism when young. We know what Karl Marx thought of religion, which was essentially banned in the Communist Soviet Union. Now Marxists may not be quite as anti-religious as Bill Maher. But the religious faith of O'Donnell opponent has to be in question. You say that is not the right kind of issue for a political campaign? I say that whether that is true or not--and I think it should be--Bill Maher, CNN, the mainstream media and the political left have "opened up" the issue by making O'Donnell "witchcraft" and religion (Maher certainly) a political issue. As I have repeatedly said, I--as a non-Christian--do not believe in turning the other cheek. And I am perfectly willing to call you world class hypocrites on the left, including in the mainstream media--out on this. End of digression.
Thus, has CNN earned a new alias/nickname? I think so. CNN is surely now The Atheist Network, although the rest of the mainstream media (certainly MSNBC) can argue about who deserves the name most. And what does it say about O'Donnell opponent that Bill Maher supports hims so strongly? Bill Maher is an anti-religious atheist. Is this more evidence that O'Donnell opponent is an atheist? I would say so.
What are Bill Maher's "qualifications" to "analyze" Christine O'Donnell? None. Oh, she was a fairly regular guest on Maher's pathetic TV program, "Politically Incorrect" (which I saw about 3 or 4 times, to my regret at the lost time). But "politically Incorrect" was at least halfway a COMEDY program, since the bitter Maher calls himself a comedian (or at least once did--maybe he has since realized he is not funny). Thus, "panelists" on Maher's program were encouraged to "let their hair down" and be "irreverent. But we now know Maher was kidding about that. He has searched through the archives of his program to UNFAIRLY pick out every "offbeat" comment that O'Donnell made in her appearances on the program. That is the act of a bitter, despicable man. Look at tlhe things MAHER has said over the years!!!!!! What kind of man is he to be criticizing Christine O'Donnell. Yes, you could question her judgment in associating with Bill Maher, but this was when she was young--a LONG TIME AGO. To make personal attacks based on that material, in a political campaign in 2010, is an act of EVIL--making the marriage of Bill Maher and CNN (along with the group marriage of all of the mainstream media on this topic) a marriage made in Hell. In fact, Bill Maher probably officiated at his own wedding, as a high priest of this evil religion.
You say Christine O'Donnell does not fully believe in evolution? What about her opponent? What is HIS position on evolution? If that is an issue in the campaign, we should know. But, of course, it is NOT either an issue in the campaign or a current issue in America (at least for a Senator). If you think evolution is going to help our economy, jobs, or our other major problems, then you belong in some sort of mental institution. You are not connected to reality. No, Christine O'Donnell has not raised any of these "issues" in her campaign--evolution, witchcraft, masturbation, or any of the rest. It is her opponents who have been that INSANE. Christine O'Donnell has come across as the sane one, while her mad opponents foam at the mouth and make sexist fools of themselves. My high powered, militantly feminist daughter (the shame of my life being tat I helped raise a militant feminist like her)--a lawyer in a high-powered NYC firm--agreed with me that the only reasonable explanation for women in Delaware to oppose O'Donnell by a margin of some 30%, while men in Delaware are split evenly, is that those women are mainly VICIOUS SEXISTS. My younger daughter--who is a true feminist rather than a leftist posing as a feminist--thinks it should be the women who support O'Donnell against these unfair attacks.
Nope. CNN is The Racist, Sexist, Bigoted Network--and the Atheist Network. Doubt me? Don't. We will now consider the case of Rick Sanchez, but that will be in Part II of his article (forthcoming this week). You know Rick Sanchez--fired from CNN for exposing himself as an anti-Semite and chip on his shoulder Hispanic bigot. I would emphasize that the mistake Sanchez made was exposing his bigotry explicitly. Otherwise, he fit right in with the other bigots at CNN, and with Bi