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Monday, September 17, 2012

Oh, Please

The only difference between the joker who made that anti-Islam film and Bill Maher, who made a largely anti-Christian film is the fact that nobody was murdered over the latter.  So does that make Maher culpable for anything that might have occurred after the release of his movie?

In the eyes of a leading deep thinker on the Left, the answer must be YES:

Bill Press: Anti-Islam Filmmakers 'As Guilty as the Terrorists' Who Killed Americans in Libya

Are ALL filmmakers then culpable if crazy people use their work as a pretext for murder?

If so, what should be done with Bill Maher?  And all other filmmakers?

Think it through, Bill, if you're able, and get back to us.