Skip to comments.Comedian Evan Sayet Explains Why 'Stupid' Liberals Succeed
Posted on 07/30/2014 3:58:42 PM PDT by cob201
Stand-up comedian Evan Sayet, former writer for Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect and most famous for his stirring speech at The Heritage Foundation in 2007, has once again resurfaced with a brand new video on his website excoriating what he calls "modern liberals"...
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Because that’s what the movement selects for.
The number the more leftists love it.
This explains their politicians
Not sure I understand your reply. No one selected for me to become a comedian and then a writer when I was young (and back then I was on the Left.)
Well, they have a flexible morality and usually no aversion to ruthlessness. That is always handy when you are trying to get ahead of others.
That was excellent! Thanks for posting!
That was funny. I really liked the older talk from the Heritage Foundation. I watch that and Michael Crichton’s global warming talk every once in a while.
Thanks for posting, will have to watch
Very well done. You can toot your horn here with us anytime.
How have I missed this guy all these years? He is brilliant!
Wow, I must say he uses alliteration in a brilliant way. D, D, D, the rhythms are excellent. Comedy is all rhythm.
“...flexible morality and usually no aversion to ruthlessness...”
True dat. Haven’t heard it said better...
Terrific. Thanks for posting.
Hilarious, thanks for posting
That’s a good video. Funny guy.
This guy is on the money.
Back to work everyone!
Have you seen THIS talk? Rush raved about it for an hour on that following Thursday, talked about it again on that Friday....and then mentioned it AGAIN the following Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
I have not. I’ll check it out now...thanks for posting it.
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