Serial Misogynist Bill Maher: “Hey, Obama Kinda Sucked During Debate”


And provides some more words that will surely soon be considered racist

(The Blaze) During his HBO show on Friday, Liberal comedian Bill Maher, who donated $1 million to a pro-Obama Super PAC earlier this year, jokingly wondered what President Obama spent his money on after watching his poor debate performance this week, saying it looked like the president spent his entire donation on “weed.”

“I’m sorry, he sucked. He looked tired. He had trouble getting his answers out. He looked like he took my million and spent it all on weed,” Maher said.

The comedian said Obama looked “disinterested” and “annoyed” at the debate while his rival Mitt Romney looked “all charged up.”

“And now we know what Michael Jackson looked like when he was on the Diprivan,” Maher joked.

Now, if a Conservative said those things, they would be considered racist, not to mention completely out of bounds, as the Credentialed Media would tell us in hundreds of stories and opinion pieces (not that there’s that much difference anymore). And that shot about Michael Jackson? Racist. Just like

“Seriously, I haven’t seen a black man look that disinterested and annoyed since I dragged Chris Rock to that beach boys concert,” he added.

Personally, I think Obama was out of it because he was upset that someone was actually allowed to talk back as well as having his time to pontificate capped.

There’s video available at Mediaite, if you feel the need.

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