Skip to comments.Bill Kristol Accepts Debate with Matt Damon
Posted on 01/26/2009 2:02:53 PM PST by Crimson Politics
After Matt Damon called Bill Kristol an idiot in his interview with Miami Herald. Andrew Breitbart offered Matt Damon $100,000 to debate Matt Damon, which Bill Kristol accepted. Apparently, Matt Damon is a liberal activist--big surprise--but he approves of torture? I'm confused too!
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I’m surprised Mr. Kristol would agree to an intellectual debate knowing he’s going up against an unarmed opponent.
Gee, Bill, my daddy told me never argue with a fool - people might not be able to tell the difference.
So Bill Kristol accepted on Matt Damon’s behalf? What a swell guy!
Actually Matt Damon thinks he’s a wit. And he’s half right. (my grandfather used to say that—not about Matt Damon, but most anyone else who deserved it).
If this goes well maybe they can get Tom Hanks to debate Mitt Romney about what it means to be unAmerican. I would love to see Susan Sarandon, Oprah Winfrey, Cameron Diaz, Rosie O’Donnel, etc. debate Sarah Palin on any subject.
Remember Bill, never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level then beat you with experience.
This just in:
Damon accepted, with the clause that the debate takes place on the “Bill Maher Show” and Damon is allowed three to four “guest” debaters to be on his “team” and an audience stacked full of lefties to cheer him on and to jeer Kristol.
Also, Bill Maher is to moderate and is allowed to interrupt Kristol whenever he feels like it.
Not really, but that’s the only way it’s going happen if Damon were to accept.
Just my thoughts........exactly!
I would like to see him debate Sarah Palin too. Wonder how long this celebu-retard would be able to hold up on substance.
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