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In the video and audio clips below, talk radio host Mark Levin responds to Bill Maher’s indefensible allegation that if the Founders were alive today they would hate the members of the Tea Party.

Ann Coulter’s former squeeze also disparaged members of the Tea Party as “tea baggers,” a sodomite term for placing the scrotum in the mouth of a sexual partner. The host of HBO’s “Real Time” curries favors among fellow travelers and the establishment elites by spewing invectives, rancor, and insults at conservatives, Christians, and tea party members.

Excluding entertainment, academic, and inside-the-Beltway circles, do the subjects of Babylon the Great really find it shocking, provocative, or daring when they hear a leftist entertainer, professor, or journalist label conservatives, Christians, or tea party members as stupid?

Only a pathetic fool would believe the country’s in danger of becoming a theocracy or that Maher is risking his career for defaming conservatives, Christians, or tea party members. Who but a pathetic fool would fail to recognize that the left is the establishment in this country? Consequently, it is banal and not brave to scorn and ridicule the powerless little people on the right.  

Maher makes his living insulting the little people; for him it’s all about sex, money, and how he looks in the eyes of his comrades in the entertainment industry and the powerful elites he admires most. What makes fools like him so insufferable is they are too foolish to recognize that there is such a thing as a wise person. 

The first part of T.S. Eliot’s poem “The Hollow Men” aptly depicts Maher and all who think like him:


We are the hollow men

We are the stuffed men

Leaning together

Headpiece filled with straw. Alas!

Our dried voices, when

We whisper together

Are quiet and meaningless

As wind in dry grass

Or rats’ feet over broken glass

In our dry cellar

Shape without form, shade without colour,

Paralysed force, gesture without motion;

Those who have crossed

With direct eyes, to death’s other Kingdom

Remember us — if at all — not as lost

Violent souls, but only

As the hollow men

The stuffed men.

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Mark Levin Rips Bill Maher for Saying Founding Fathers Would Have Hated Tea Partiers, Mark Levin – Bill Maher Short Stupid White Comedian Guy, and Bill Maher-Tea Party. The Founding Fathers would have hated your guts, Teabagger mob.


Bill Maher-Tea Party. The Founding Fathers would have hated your guts, Teabagger mob 4:11 Video

BILL MAHER:  Now, I want you teabaggers out there to understand one thing: while you idolize the Founding Fathers and dress up like them, and smell like them, I think it’s pretty clear that the Founding Fathers would have hated your guts. And what’s more, you would’ve hated them. They were everything you despise. They studied science, read Plato, hung out in Paris, and thought the Bible was mostly bulls–t.


Mark Levin – Bill Maher Short Stupid White Comedian Guy 4:17 Audio

MARK LEVIN:  Well, there we have another dumb, short, white guy. “Hung out in Paris.” Well, they hung out in Paris, some of them did. Most of them were farmers and merchants who hung out in the colonies. He’s talking about Jefferson and Franklin and so forth. But what does that have to do with anything?

“They read Plato.” Well, actually, they read Plato, but they also read John Locke. How about you, short, stupid, white guy? They read John Locke. They were also influenced by a contemporary, Edmund Burke. They were influenced by the Scottish Enlightenment, that would be Adam Smith among others. What exactly is it about Plato that you like short, stupid, white, comedian Bill Maher? You like “The Republic?” I bet you do. Do you know what’s in “The Republi” short, stupid, white, comedian guy? I don’t think you do. I don’t think you’ve ever read it. I don’t think you’ve ever studied it. All kinds of stuff in “The Republic.” And what did the Founders learn from it? To reject it, because “The Republic” wasn’t a republic at all. It was an incredibly sick society. But why should I go on and on and explain it to you stupid, little, white, comedian guy?

Yes, they studied science, but they didn’t worship science. If you read the Declaration if Independence stupid, little, white, comedian guy, you would know that they talk about the divine, and they talk about providence, they talk about the Creator several times. Fact, that’s where they say “unalienable rights” come from, not from some mad scientist in a dark laboratory, but from God. You don’t believe in God, I believe stupid, short, comedian, white guy. And most of them did believe in the Bible. In fact, all of them. Not a single one of them was an atheist. A few were deists, Franklin and Jefferson, but do you know what a deist is stupid, white, little, comedian dope? I don’t think you do.

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