by Catherine Giordano
|Zombie Lies: Environmental Edition|
The intelligence was fabricated and cherry-picked and by now everyone knows it. I’m confident that even Judith Miller knows it.
Maher berated Aiken for distancing himself from Obama during his run. Many other candidates did the dame, and Maher is critical of all of them. As am I. Stand up for you party and your principles and if you lose, at least you fought the kid fight. It’s just stupid to say, as Aiken did, “I have nothing to do with Obama.” The voters don’t believe you. Further, if they want someone who has nothing to do with Obama, there is a Republican candidate to vote for.
But it is hard to be mad at Clay Aiken. He is such a nice guy.
Panelist Jon Meacham is the executive editor at Random House and Pulitzer Prize winning author. His latest book is Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power, a #1 New York Times bestseller. His next book will be about George H. W. Bush. He said, “Money is taking a physic toll on candidates.“
Maher said it was like the English having tea everyday at four. Meacham said, "My people have bourbon every day at five."
So now April 20th (4/20) is the unofficial stoner holiday to celebrate weed.
“The bowls were all packed and the bakes with great care in the hopes that Willie Nelson would soon be there.“
"We knew by the aroma, he had brought something for my glaucoma.”
Bill Maher’s Guests, #350, April 17, 2015
The mid-show guest was Clay Aiken, American Idol contestant, former congressional candidate (D, NC) and subject of Esquire Networks documentary series, The Runner Up. He has recorded numerous musical albums including Playlist: The Very Best of Clay Aiken.
Panel guests included: