Bill Maher made a telling statement recently, seemingly in comedy, but it was an honest statement — one many progressive believe but are too afraid to openly say.
"I mean I have a lot of ideas you might consider conservative. On that I'm just consistent. The Pope is consistently pro-life. I'm consistently pro-death. I'm for the death penalty. But I believe in more DNA testing my motto is kill the right people. I'm pro-choice. I'm for the assisted suicide. I'm for regular suicide. I'm for whatever the freeway is moving. The planet is too crowded and we need to promote death.
If when we look at the diagram of who're pro-death penalty, and pro choice.
I'm not randomly going in the streets "hey we're going to kill you". We're talking about people kill the right people. Nowadays it is possible to get that right."
While Maher is joking about it, and says it in a joking manner, it doesn't take a genius to know he means what he says. Agree or disagree with him, he's one of the more honest personalities in the media when it comes to his perspective.
While Pat and Stu believed, by "more D.N.A. testing, Maher was referring to death row inmates, Glenn wasn't willing to give him that benefit of the doubt.
"It sure sounds to me like he's not just for the prisoners, but also, let's kill the right people — let's make sure — you know, there's too many people. Let's kill the stupid people…" Glenn commented.
Pat pointed out that most liberals aren't willing to go that far.
"I think there's a difference in the radical revolutionary guy like Bill Maher and your liberal tree hugger," Glenn responded.
While his comments are disturbing, his honesty is at least refreshing, Stu noted.
"This is one of the reasons I've come to begrudgingly appreciate Bill Mahr. He's one of the only people who has the freedom to actually say what the progressive agenda is," he said.