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How Do You Compromise with a Progressive?

Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: May 20, 2012 8:54 AM
As a comic, along with Jon Steward, Stephen Colbert and even other legitimate comics when they go political, enjoys the singular advantage that his audience gets his 'jokes' before he tells them. All he and they do is find some way to interpret a current event to support some negative attribute of the Liberal stereotype of Republicans and the audience howls more in shared recognition than in mirth

I forced myself to watch Bill Maher this Friday as I was trying to chart out this column. Thankfully I hadn’t just eaten.

It was sickening to listen as cerebral dwarves Maher and some not-so-bright jackass from the fascist rag The Nation talked about how Republicans and the Tea Party are evil and the cause of all our economic problems while Rhodes Scholar and former U.S. Sen. Bill Bradley, D-N.J. sat there smirking like a broken Muppet. The world in which progressives live makes the world J.K. Rowling created for Harry Potter seem normal.

And it wasn’t just the...