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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Now, About That Million Bucks

Under the circumstances, this was the right move:
David Axelrod Cancels Bill Maher Appearance
By Noel Sheppard, NewsBusters

Feeling pressure in the wake of the Rush Limbaugh-Sandra Fluke controversy, Bill Maher recently said he could say disgusting things about Sarah Palin and other women because he's on HBO and doesn't have sponsors.

Apparently the White House doesn't completely agree, for according to Politico, David Axelrod, one of Obama's right-hand men, has cancelled an upcoming appearance on Maher's Real Time.

Makes you wonder if pressure from Fox News's Greta Van Susteren last week helped the Administration's decision.

Whatever it was, the next step is for Obama to instruct his Super PAC to return Maher's $1 million donation, and for all Democrats currently holding office to refuse Real Time invitations.

Maybe then Maher will get the message that not having sponsors doesn't entitle him to say these disgusting things about women on television. [link]
Cancelling an appearance is one thing. Returning that million dollar campaign donation to this misogynistic creep is another.

Do the right thing, Barry. Send that hate-stained money back.

And then we'll talk about your other friends over at MSNBC who share Maher's attitude toward women.