Girls Write Out
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
Bill Maher has a new movie coming out. I won't name it, because it's about religion and how ridiculous it is. Here he is on the View today and what he said to one of the hosts:

Sherri: I talk to God.
Bill: Does he talk back?
Sherri: Yes.
Bill: You crazy!
Whoopi: Aaaaand that's a wrap. See ya, Bill!

Now, imagine that Sherri said, "There is no such thing as gay." Or, "There is no such thing as mental illness." How can you possibly comment like him, so full of his own ego and extreme narcissism to think he has the right to put HIS views upon us. To think because you haven't experienced something it's just all crap?

And really, Bill honey, if mocking people who feel differently than you makes you feel good about yourself, that makes me really sad!! I hope God does talk to you. May you have a Road to Damascus experience, because dude, you need one.

Along other lines, I have been a George Michael fan since Wham! When poor Andrew Ridgely had to play second fiddle to this amazing talent. May I quote, "Wise guys realize, there's danger in emotional ties." George baby, this is the second time you have been arrested in a public bathroom. I know you must have at least four in that beautiful home of yours. Stay home, honey. Come to Jesus. I could have you made into a statue for my backyard! God made you that beautiful, quit messing with stuff, k? K. We've cleared that up.

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At 2:25 PM, Blogger Tiff (Amber Miller) Stockton said...

I heard about that movie and saw a brief promo for it. Sad! And to know a man like Bill can do what he does and not be attacked, but when others come against issues that *aren't* Christianity or Christian-based only to get attacked, it disappoints me greatly.

Too many people have taken this "tolerance" and fear of standing in judgment of anyone way too far. Misinterpreting the Bible and selecting certain verses to support radical views has run amuk in this culture.

We can only use the power of prayer, because if we dare speak out, we'll face flaming and attacks like we've never scene.

Beam me up, Lord. There's no intelligent life left on earth. :)

At 2:58 PM, Blogger Rachel Hauck said...

Well said. He makes fun of them so he can feel better about himself.


At 9:26 PM, Blogger Dawn said...

Maybe Fireproof will beat Bill's movie at the box office this week-end :)

At 11:09 AM, Blogger Betsy said...

You know, Bill has long annoyed me with his 'superior' attitude. I am not surprised he made this movie.

As for George, the first time I saw him on MTV he had on the Choose Life t-shirt - I had such high hopes for him. But I have to admit that at 15 I found Andrew much more attractive! Anyway, wouldn't it be awesome if George got a life and got saved! He is a talented man and it would be amazing to see him using those talents for God's glory!

At 8:56 AM, Blogger Leslie said...

I saw that interview too. Whoopi and Joy always bother me (Joy more so since Whoopi seems more agnostic, but I'm pretty sure Joy is an athiest) - but I remember cheering a bit when Whoopi seemed to jump to Sherri and Elizabeth's defense and basically told Bill to not attack them - its ok to not believe but don't attack - which is exactly what he was starting to do - he thought it was preposterous that the flood could have ever happened.

I just sighed and prayed for him.... and stopped watching the episode.

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