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Ron Paul: 'Peace is powerful message'

Published: Saturday May 26, 2007

Speaking as a guest on Bill Maher's HBO show this week, the underdog Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul issued a rebuke to the tough-talking Rudy Giuliani and spoke at length about the value of non-intervention in the pursuit of peaceful change.

Why we should no longer tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories about Arabs and Muslims...

Bill Maher is considered by most people to be a lefty liberal entertainer, and typifies the bankrupt gatekept left in America that assumes the moral high ground in opposing Bush but have no problem perpetuating a blood libel against Arabs and Muslims. How is Bill Maher, and others like him, any different than those who wrote and have promoted the Protocols of the Elders of Zion? Answer: Unlike the Protocols, very few people know that Maher and otehrs like him are frauds.

The 9/11 Truth Movement is now strong enough that we should be taking a strong stand against unfounded allegation of Arab/Muslim involvement in the attacks of 9/11. If not us, who? If not now, then when?

We have very properly marginalized intolerant voices like Eric Hufschmid--why do we not hold Bill Maher to the same standard and call him and others out for their clear bigotry against the new global scapegoats?

Excerpted from Why is Anti-Muslim Bigotry Tolerated?
Bill Maher's "Towel-Headed Hos"

Bill Maher Discusses Bush's 9/11 Non-Reaction On Olbermann

Bill Maher is asked if there is one question he would put to Bush, what would it be? Maher says he would confront Bush on why he completely failed to immediately react after he was told America was under attack on 9/11.

Michael Rivero of What Really Happened has an excellent comment:

"Better to ask why the US Secret Service Protective Detail failed to react."

Bill Maher would impeach Bush for his non-actions on 9/11

On October 25th, Bill Maher was interviewed by Joe Scarborough on the usually worthless program, "Scarborough Country".

They tossed the ball around about impeachment with a Democratically-controlled Congress. Maher said;

"...I'd impeach him for sitting there for seven minutes on 9/11 when he was told the country was under attack."

(The pertinent quote at 4:07 mark.)

I like the fact that Maher is willing to talk about the lack of action at that point in time on 9/11, but I think he's asking the wrong questions. He should also stop mocking 9/11 skeptics, because if it wasn't for them, Maher wouldn't even know about those 7 minutes.

Scarborough video also available at Crooks and Liars for download.

Bill Maher on Scarborough

There is an interesting video here:

Even though Bill Maher seems blind to 9/11 truth, he might help raise awareness by questioning why George W. Bush sat in the chair with the goat book for 7 minutes.

Scarborough seem sold out or not very bright.