Answer Bill Maher at The Huffington Post Today

Bill Maher has a commentary at The Huffington Post today, 10/12/07, that asks: "Have too many Americans become gullible, ill-informed idiots who have elevated feelings over facts and replaced critical thinking with a blind sense of trust for authority?"
His title for the piece is "Idiocracy".

I can't think of a more appropriate time to respond to Mr. Mahr's recent smearing of the 9/11 Truth Movement than to reply to his post with information regarding the truth about 9/11.
I suggest that people interested in educating Mr. Mahr do so with information rather than argument. With reason rather than emotion.
The opportunity exist right now, today, to send information to Mr. Maher and his readers.
The very premise of his opinion piece begs a response from our movement.

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The answer to 1984 is 1776!
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Bill Mahr supporting Mc Donalds and basing his claim on feelings


I didn't get the sense that Bill Mahr knows all the facts about the Mc Donalds case. His opinion seemed to be based on "feelings" that he possesses regarding people who take advantage of the system. I found it interesting that he complained about people who stick their heads in the sand and believe the "official story" as spoken by figures of Authority.

Bill Maher, 10.11.2007

"Have too many Americans become gullible, ill-informed idiots who have elevated feelings over facts and replaced critical thinking with a blind sense of trust for authority?"

My question to Bill would be...Why is he giving the 9/11 truth movement a bad rap when we are the ones questioning authority (The Official Commission Report)? Why does he think he knows any more about "how buildings fall" than any other citizen of this country, enough to suggest (to the world) that people who "question authority" might need to be on Paxil?

"Crazy people who still think the government brought down the Twin Towers in a controlled explosion have to stop pretending that I'm the one who's being naive," says Maher.

How big a lunatic do you have to be to watch two giant airliners packed with jet fuel slam into buildings on live TV, igniting a massive inferno that burned for two hours, and then think 'Well, if you believe that was the cause...'

Stop asking me to raise this ridiculous topic on the show and start asking your doctor if Paxil is right for you."

I didn't leave a comment on his Huff blog...I had no comment after reading many of the 400+ other readers comments who pretty much followed his lead and agreed with his point of view. I'm not aware of the Mc Donald's case either but but I don't follow the Main Steam Media.

I like Bill Mahr's show but I'm pretty sick of listening to his personal opinions which seem to lack the sincere effort of research.

So far, NOT approved for Huffing readership

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Tragic Comedian In Chief: Check the mirror.

Can Bill's Land-O-Ham be outflanked by a faster food of McHonesty. It's a tall order of Fooled Fries that'll be tough to satisfy the most voracious appetite for piping hot pabulum-free Pablum Pies and a Sophistry Salad of wilted veg, topped with Maher's own Softy Serve Condescending Croutons.

At Huffin-n-puffin, the comment count is not just going up... it's going up and down. Begs me the question of what would need edited out... whatever doesn't follow Maher's In Chief of Idiocracy talking about McDonald's Strip-n-Blow Happy Meal? Because that's funny stuff... eh Bill... let's keep talking about that!

Why not command us with more funny about how naive it is to ponder Building 007, or about a lying government that would never lie about... (can't say it... this could all be deleted). Self-censorship works best, eh Billy Blocks?

The Hegalized "Right" might just now be coming out of it's rear invasion stupor... as the ass-to-mouth Hagalized "Left" now want's its own turn to take a bone without a blink. Ping Pong seems just a game for Bill, but it's not a way of life dear friends.

Mr. Maher, you can get a good laugh, even from me. You have a nifty way of turning bad into funny... but at some point, your funny might get seen for the bad it is, when history takes its turn at "Who was Bill Maher, and what was he good for?"

I can't say what history will see, I can't know what's really in your head nor the calculations surrounding your life... I can't possibly predict what you'll do next... but talking straight, with all the humor you can muster about the darkest transition in world history... might be a way to guarantee an honest and lasting last laugh... instead of these endless tears in a false dichotomy.

He just described himself

It must be his self-hatred kicking in and he's acting out in the only way he can to continue on with the charade of being anti-9/11 Truth.

He's on the brink of self-discovery I tell you. Any time now. The bubble will burst.

Come on, Bill! You can do it! It only hurts for a little while.

Senior 9/11 Bureau Chief, Analyst, Correspondent, Principle Investigator, Forensic 9/11ologist

To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men. — Abraham Lincoln

Secrecy is the beginning of tyranny. — Robert Heinlein

Censored on Huffpost yesterday

I submitted a comment in reply to Maher's article on "Idiocracy" and was censored. I have never had a problem before with Huffpost and my comments on 9/11 until yesterday. Did this happen to anyone else? Just curious as to how closely they monitor comments to Maher.

Shill Maher TM

I was also censored today on Commondreams, where I put a very factual, straightforward post about Maher's refusal to discuss the 9/11 cover up on his show, and his recent outbursts.

It lasted a few minutes. They censor most of my comments over there.

Most of these "liberal" and "left" and "alternative" rags are gatekeepers, and will not upset their masters. It appears they receive a lot of foundation funding, although you'd have to investigate on a case by case basis.

Don't trust em.

I believe hammering away at Alternet for several years has made them jittery, and more open to publishing 911 info (Sander Hicks as an example).

We need to challenge their legitimacy as arbiters of what is permissable discourse. My latest strategy (in process) is to call them on their censorship of a topic that a MAJORITY of Americans want action on: a new 9/11 investigation. Embarass these assholes at every turn.