I thought Wilmore was kinda dull, but I really enjoyed most of the jokes the audience took offense at.
Every year, every host goes too far. It’s a badge of honor at this point.
Yes. This is me totally freaking the frak out. Whatever shall I do.
This claim makes a Ted Cruz speech look free of hyperbole and hypocrisy. Consider the mission statement on the top right of the page:
Take Town presents the best, strongest opinions in the world. Take Town is not afraid to go there, in the hottest way possible. Take Town takes no prisoners, but instead burns the entire village of utterly incorrect views down to the ground.
They’re accusing Larry Wilmore of doing what they claim to do. They probably flipped a coin on whether to accuse him of going too far, or to accuse him of not going far enough. Either way, they were determined to post a sanctimonious, submoronic complaint about it.
Glad to hear you’re apparently not working on a hand-wringing OMG-The-N-Word think piece
Oh, Take Town. I thought it was Take Ten, the magazine for rubber stamp collectors. I would have expected more thoughtfulness from Take Ten.
Well, this is something.
Well America, you can’t say you weren’t warned, and you can’t say you weren’t given a better option.
America, could you possibly suck any harder.
That bit of me that has always wanted to watch the world burn is maniacally giggling, the rest of me is experiencing schadenfreude seizures while repeatedly mumbling, “You could have voted for Bernie! You could have voted for Bernie!”
Everyone to the congressional voting both and vote third party, it’s the only option we have left!
As a Bernie supporter, let me point out that The Hill uses the latest Rasmussen Polling. This polling group skews right (all polls have a bias) and although it used to be considered a formidable poll, it’s reputation has tarnished somewhat since 2012. [Take a peek at the rankings of national polls that Nate Silver discusses for The NY Times.] (http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/10/which-polls-fared-best-and-worst-in-the-2012-presidential-race/?_r=0)
All I’m saying is that I think it’s easy too early to put too much stock into polls, especially those that haven’t been as accurate as they once been.
Good day for Cruz today
Also Heidi Cruz had to publicly deny he was the Zodiac Killer, then Fiorina fell off the stage.
“I was the perfect candidate. America had their chance with the perfect candidate.”
- Michele Bachmann
(Sorry. That always makes me laugh.)
Well, we could vote for a guy that has public sex with pig heads. Or a guy whose party members can’t stop making anti-Semitic statements. Or a leader who thinks coal mines are the greatest things on earth and climate change is a fad Or Silvio Berlusconi.
I thought you were against TPP…isn’t that an issue where Trump beats Clinton?
Yeah sure, but come on, for a whole nation to be taken for a ride by that circus barker? Geez.
In response to Cruz apparently being unhappy that Trump linked his father to JFK’s assassination…
Stay classy, GOP.
Reminds me of the old Monopoly joke - “Hey, guys, I won second place in a beauty contest!” “Yeah, but you were the only participant.”