Denis Leary: Republicans are racist, frightened of lady parts

Oh, come on. Considering how much lefties love to knock conservatives as being stuck in the past, Denis sure seems reluctant to update his stale routine.

As a comedian, isn’t he supposed to be, you know, funny?

  • Margo Channing

    How absurd.

  • Lisa

    He’s more like a fouled mouth HACK!

  • http://twitter.com/conservag Aaron

    *Yawn*

  • http://twitter.com/LNSmithee L.N. Smithee

    This is what’s so pathetic about knee-jerk leftists: They either don’t have the ability or desire to challenge their preconceived notions.

    • Kevin Krom

      Nor a functioning sense of humor. They think that crude language and stereotypes are “funny”.

    • Johnny Banco

      That’s why I don’t debate them, or have any as friends – if you value thought over emotion, and implement that on a practical level, you realize that you can’t trust nor admire/respect them.

    • $18912735

      I’ve seen the women they have in Canada. Let’s just say, there’s a reason that 90% of their population is bunched up on the US border.

    • AlmaAlma

      They’re just boring.

  • http://twitter.com/debraraes debra steinman

    He keeps doing the ‘stale routine’ because HE is a NEVERHASBEEN HACK! All he has is LIES, BIGOTRY, HATRED & Malice & by accusing the INNOCENT of what HE & the LIBS R in fact GUILTY OF; takes the attention off of the #STANDDOWN & #WATCHThemDIe@OBAMA!

  • Streetiebird

    Funnier than Dennis Miller…

    • TomJB

      Not for those of us not sitting slack-jawed wondering what Miller is talking about. But I guess Leary’s crude language is more your level of comprehension

    • Liberal Hater

      Only to those like yourself with an IQ of a peanut.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NK5INRFELITZ3TS337HINC3VMM Adam

      Dennis Miller didn’t steal his entire routine from the late Bill Hicks.

      • Streetiebird

        Because there was nobody to steal his type of unfunny from.

        • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

          Bet you thought he was funny when he was a liberal.

          • Streetiebird

            No. Show me a funny joke he’s EVER told, I’d be surprised if you could do it.

          • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

            Check out old SNL bits. Get your dictionary out though, he does use big, scary, grown up words.

          • Streetiebird

            So you can’t do it, gotcha.

          • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

            Lol, sorry my mistake, I guess looking up the bits yourself and using your dictionary was too much work for you.

          • Streetiebird

            Yeah because I make it a habit of researching un-funny “comedians”. You’re just further proving that you can’t find a funny joke he’s ever told.

          • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

            Nope, just proves you want MORE of the fruits of my labor to go to you, rather than you doing any labor yourself.

          • Streetiebird

            LOL cute :) I pay PLENTY in taxes, and I live in California where we’ve just passed a new tax to help pay down our debt, it’s driving the Republicans here crazy to see a balanced approach instead of more Reaganomics.

          • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

            Keep letting them raise your taxes then wasting it, so they have to raise them again, only to waste them more, then raise them again, etc. Keep repeating the same mistake and hoping for a different result. I am done.

          • Streetiebird

            I’m glad you’re done.

          • Penmar

            Balance in your mind is illegals receiving the benefits while Americans pay for it? I lived in Ca, I know exactly what goes on there and it isn’t balanced or fair. Which is exactly why I decided to no longer live there. With the cost of living in a lot of California, there is no way $250,000 is by any stretch of the imagination rich.

          • Streetiebird

            Let me help you out since the rightwing media has confused you about what a balanced approach is. We’re reducing spending by around $6 billion AND raising taxes by nearly the same amount. For a net gain of $12 billion, see how that works? Unlike Romney’s “revenue neutral” plan to gut the federal government by $5 trillion and cut spending by the same amount for a total of $0 deficit reduced. Neat huh? Also I live in California and unless you’re living in downtown San Francisco, it’s easy to survive on FAR less than $250,000. I make it happen with around a 5th of that, and I’m about to buy a house.

          • Penmar

            You should stop being confused by Dear Leader’s stale, outright lies.

            Factcheck.org:

            Romney has proposed cutting personal federal income tax rates across the board by 20 percent, in addition to extending the tax cuts enacted early in the Bush administration. He also proposes to eliminate the estate tax permanently, repeal the Alternative Minimum Tax, and eliminate taxes on interest, capital gains and dividends for taxpayers making under $200,000 a year in adjusted gross income.

            By themselves, those cuts would, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, lower federal tax liability by “about $480 billion in calendar year 2015” compared with current tax policy, with Bush cuts left in place. The Obama campaign has extrapolated that figure out over 10 years, coming up with a $5 trillion figure over a decade.

            However, Romney always has said he planned to offset that massive cut with equally massive reductions in tax preferences to broaden the tax base, thus losing no revenue and not increasing the deficit. So to that extent, the president is incorrect: Romney is not proposing a $5 trillion reduction in taxes.

            As for California keeping on track, I’ll believe it when I see it:

            The California governor had said in January that the deficit was $9.2
            million, but the state has spent more than it had planned, tax revenues are coming in lower than expected, and both courts and the federal government have rejected several of Brown’s spending cuts, “This is a very, very serious situation that can’t be solved simply by
            cuts. We’ve cut the state general fund budget by about 20 percent over
            the last three years, so it’s not a matter of continuing to cut. We’re
            beyond being into the bone at this point.” Pay particular attention to the part that says “the state has spent more than it had planned” and the part that says “so it’s not a matter of continuing to cut”.

          • Streetiebird

            So it’s okay to say “I’m going to cut revenue by $2.5 trillion, but I pinky-swear I’ll pay for only these losses so we don’t decrease the deficit” got it.

          • Penmar

            If you are going to insist on dem talking points, at least make sure that the person you are trying to convince didn’t pay attention to what was actually said. Romney said….He would get with both democrats and republicans to work out which programs were to be cut and which loopholes”. Which is how our government is supposed to work, unlike ramming it down our throats with no republican support or input as in our recent health care bill, which we aren’t allowed read or to know what was contained in it until after the dems had passed it. And btw, Romney also said he would lower tax rates to encourage job growth and GDP, which in turn creates a larger tax base, which brings in more revenue, which was successfully used by both JFK and Reagan, but I guess you missed that too, dem talking points seem to be full of a few holes.

          • Streetiebird

            LOL sure he would work with Democrats, just like the Republicans have been working with them already? I seem to recall an unprecedented downgrade of our credit rating caused by Republican intransigence, I guess that’s the type of reaching across the aisle we could have expected? At least Obama is willing to work with the opposition on ideas about the economy as he has already shown he can. If we use Obama’s balanced approach we can actually effect the deficit without putting our trust in more failed trickle-down policies. Reagan’s tax cuts never saw tax revenue raise to the point it would have if we had not cut taxes, and it didn’t have the stimulating effect on the economy he promised it would. Instead it just caused further income inequality. Look up the recent report the GOP tried to squash about tax cuts and their ACTUAL effects. Your talking points have a black hole in the middle where the facts should be.

          • Penmar

            Since Romney has already had experience working with an 87 percent legislature, I’d say his word would be a whole lot better than Obama’s who had the dems shove healthcare down America’s throat with not one Republican, who they refused to allow into the discussions or allow to add amendments or anything else for that matter. The unprecedented downgrade of our credit rating would never have been in play had it not been for massive spending and massive borrowing to pay for that spending in the first place. Nor would it have been in play, had Obama, who commissioned Simpson Boyles followed their recommendations because the republicans were agreeable to their suggestions. Simpson Boyles recommendation: Americans interested in getting the national debt crisis under control likely will have to endure cuts to popular programs like defense, Social Security — and the nationalized health insurance program known as Obamacare.
            And that last bit is really why Obama rebuffed their recommendations. On taxes:
            On the tax code, they recommend cutting taxes to promote growth but eliminating many deductions in order to broaden the base of who pays. “We think that would promote dynamic growth in America and put people back to work,” Bowles said. Wow, who said they were going to do that…wait…let me think a minute…Oh Yeah ROMNEY! Obama doesn’t have a balanced approach, his approach is the rich need to pay more, ‘millionaires can afford to pay a little more’ is one of his favorite sayings, start at $200,000 singles/$250,000 couples, I don’t know where you learned math, but where I learned it, neither $200,000 nor $250,000 is a millionaire.

            President Ronald Reagan’s record includes sweeping economic reforms and deep across-the-board tax cuts, market deregulation, and sound monetary policies to contain inflation. His policies resulted in the largest peacetime economic boom in American history and nearly 35 million more jobs. As the Joint Economic Committee reported in April 2000.

            http://www.heritage.org/static/reportimages/95D680E37D76F5A72E7656465722BEB6.gif?w=310&h=473&as=1

            Total federal revenues doubled from just over $517 billion in 1980 to more than $1 trillion in 1990. In constant inflation-adjusted dollars, this was a 28 percent increase in revenue.
            As a percentage of the gross domestic product (GDP), federal revenues declined only slightly from 18.9 percent in 1980 to 18 percent in 1990.
            Revenues from individual income taxes climbed from just over $244 billion in 1980 to nearly $467 billion in 1990.5 In inflation-adjusted dollars, this amounts to a 25 percent increase.
            This economic boom lasted 92 months without a recession, from November 1982 to July 1990, the longest period of sustained growth during peacetime and the second-longest period of sustained growth in U.S. history. The growth in the economy lasted more than twice as long as the average period of expansions since World War II.
            The American economy grew by about one-third in real inflation-adjusted terms. This was the equivalent of adding the entire economy of East and West Germany or two-thirds of Japan’s economy to the U.S. economy.
            In 1991, after the Reagan rate cuts were well in place, the top 1 percent of taxpayers in income paid 25 percent of all income taxes; the top 5 percent paid 43 percent; and the bottom 50 percent paid only 5 percent.13 To suggest that this distribution is unfair because it is too easy on upper-income groups is nothing less than absurd. The proportion of total income taxes paid by the top 1 percent rose sharply under President Reagan, from 18 percent in 1981 to 28 percent in 1988.
            Average effective income tax rates were cut even more for lower-income groups than for higher-income groups. While the average effective tax rate for the top 1 percent fell by 30 percent between 1980 and 1992, and by 35 percent for the top 20 percent of income earners, it fell by 44 percent for the second-highest quintile, 46 percent for the middle quintile, 64 percent for the second-lowest quintile, and 263 percent for the bottom quintile. These reductions for the lowest-income groups were so large because President Reagan doubled the personal exemption, increased the standard deduction, and tripled the earned income tax credit (EITC), which provides net cash for single-parent families with children at the lowest income levels. These changes eliminated income tax liability altogether for over 4 million lower-income families

            What recent report is the GOP trying to hide? And is as equally important as 4 Americans left to die in Benghazi while our President runs off to Vegas for a fundraiser insisting it was a spontaneous mob upset over some obscure video on youtube?

            Btw, that enough facts for you? Does it fill in the hole in your brain?

          • Streetiebird

            You don’t want a balanced approach, and you think lowering taxes raises tax revenue, got it.

          • Penmar

            Apparently there were not enough facts to fill up that empty space. So will explain it again. You guys like to throw that word around a lot, along with ‘fair’ it’s only fair that the rich pay more, it’s more balanced if the rich pay more. Fair is when everyone pays taxes, not just those deemed ‘rich’. Our tax system has never been balanced or fair. Only way to do that is with a plan like Herman Cain proposed 9-9-9. Nor is it balanced or fair to raise taxes and defer cuts til later as they did with Reagan, only somehow they just never got around to actually making those cuts. And lowering taxes does increase revenues, however, the revenues increased when Bush did it first time around, it doesn’t have the same effect when they just continue those rates, because they are not lowering them any longer. Get it? Maintaining the status quo is not lowering taxes, ergo there is no effect, no increased revenues. There is a Senator, Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, he managed to find 9 Trillion in reductions over the next ten year period. Here are some of the highlights:
            Here are some of the dumb things our gov’t is spending money on and keep in mind this puts blame on both parties, not just one:
            We’re losing money while making money. If that statement sounds crazy, here’s the reason. Every penny that the U.S. Mint makes
            cost two cents to produce. That’s right: we’re losing money as we make it. The American taxpayers stand to lose $70 million while making $140 million in pennies.

            First we had Robocop, now we have robosquirral. That’s right, robosquirral. The robo-squirrel project received $325,000 from the National Science Foundation. The University of California at Davis and San Diego State University spent some of its taxpayer dollars to robosquirral get a robotic squirrel to fake out a rattlesnake.
            An equally ludicrous grant of $300,000 was awarded to Fish Processors of Idaho by the USDA in order to promote caviar. The money was used to print flyers, create a website and send the owner of the company to trade shows in order to promote a product that retails for as much as $100 per ounce.

            The National Science Foundation awarded $700,000 to the Civilians, a New York theater company, to produce a musical about climate change and biodiversity. “The Great Immensity” opened in Kansas City this year. Along with the songs one reviewer described as sounding like “a Wikipedia entry set to music,” the audience was also able to experience “flying monkey poop.”

            Then, of course, we have the annual litany of food stamp abuses. This year, we have the story of an exotic dancer who makes $85,000 in tips yet collects $1,000 a month for food stamps. During the same time period, she spent $9,000 on “cosmetic enhancements.”

            Overall, about $2.5 billion in improper food stamp payments will be made. In addition, billions have been spent for silly promotional items and foods with little nutritional value. More than $2 billion is spent on drinks sweetened with sugar. Some states allow food Killer pizza from Marsstamps to used at fast food restaurants for food with little nutritional value.

            The U.S. government has been allowing some $91 million a year in tax loopholes to various professional sports leagues such as the National Football League and the National Hockey League. These two leagues as well as several others classify themselves as non-profit organizations. As such, they’re eligible for deductions that may cost taxpayers as much as $91 million per year.

            Coburn who represents the state of Oklahoma was not afraid to criticize the Oklahoma Aeronautics Board. The airport authority is keeping Lake Murray State Park Airport open in order to collect a cool $150,000. The airport averages one flight a month, has no planes based there and is a mere 2 miles from a busy airport.

            Besides domestic wasteful programs, the U.S. Agency for International Development spent $27 million to improve the economic competitiveness of Moroccan pottery makers. So not only are we wasting a significant amount of money but were wasting it in a foreign country! How does this benefit American taxpayers? Moroccan pottery makers have been doing it since the 5th century B.C. What could we possibly teach them.

            Finally, we have a $947,000 program to develop meals for a trip to Mars. Not that one is planned but these folks believe in the Boy Scout motto, “Be Prepared.”

            Eliminate duplicate government programs and departments within the federal government.These included 47 separate job training programs, 88 economic development programs, 82 teacher quality programs, and 56 financial literacy programs Over a ten year period we could save $50 billion.

            Here’s an idea whose time has come! How about we stop sending various payments to dead people to the tune of $1 billion over ten years.

            Sell of or otherwise liquidate unused federal properties. The government has over 63,000 underutilized or unused buildings. In fact in the last two years this number has increased by 12,000. We could save $15 billion over ten years.

            Federal agencies own or lease over 662,000 vehicles. The federal fleet has grown by 5% since 2006 and maintaining it costs $4.6 billion per year. By reducing it to more realistic levels we could save $5.6 billion over ten years.

            By suspending the automatic Congressional pay raise for three years we could save $6 million over that time.

            Reduce Congressional spending on itself. By reducing this spending by 15% over ten years we could save $3.82 billion.

            By using a better method of calculating inflation for government payments we could save $180 billion over ten years.

            Limit all government and Congressional travel to mission-critical and Government Spending save $43.3 billion over ten years.

            Reduce unnecessary government printing by 1/3 and save $4.9 billion over ten years.

            Reduce wasteful and unnecessary advertising in half and save $5.6 billion over ten years.

            Collect unpaid federal taxes from federal employees. This is a program whose time has come. In 2008 nearly 100,000 civilian federal employees were delinquent on their taxes, to the tune of $962 million. We can save nearly $1 billion per year by initiating aggressive collection procedures.

            His full report is called Back in the Black found here:http://www.coburn.senate.gov/public//index.cfm?a=Files.Serve&File_id=bc1e2d45-ff24-4ff3-8a11-64e3dfbe94e1

          • Penmar

            You should stop being confused by Dear Leader’s stale, outright lies.

            Factcheck.org:

            Romney has proposed cutting personal federal income tax rates across the board by 20 percent, in addition to extending the tax cuts enacted early in the Bush administration. He also proposes to eliminate the estate tax permanently, repeal the Alternative Minimum Tax, and eliminate taxes on interest, capital gains and dividends for taxpayers making under $200,000 a year in adjusted gross income.

            By themselves, those cuts would, according to the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, lower federal tax liability by “about $480 billion in calendar year 2015” compared with current tax policy, with Bush cuts left in place. The Obama campaign has extrapolated that figure out over 10 years, coming up with a $5 trillion figure over a decade.

            However, Romney always has said he planned to offset that massive cut with equally massive reductions in tax preferences to broaden the tax base, thus losing no revenue and not increasing the deficit. So to that extent, the president is incorrect: Romney is not proposing a $5 trillion reduction in taxes.

            As for California keeping on track, I’ll believe it when I see it:

            The California governor had said in January that the deficit was $9.2
            million, but the state has spent more than it had planned, tax revenues are coming in lower than expected, and both courts and the federal government have rejected several of Brown’s spending cuts, “This is a very, very serious situation that can’t be solved simply by
            cuts. We’ve cut the state general fund budget by about 20 percent over
            the last three years, so it’s not a matter of continuing to cut. We’re
            beyond being into the bone at this point.” Pay particular attention to the part that says “the state has spent more than it had planned” and the part that says “so it’s not a matter of continuing to cut”.

          • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

            The taxes you voted for are going to the teacher’s union, the prison guards union and all the overblown, state pensions that are taking your state right into the Pacific.

          • Streetiebird

            Also to pay down our debt.

          • matt miller

            streetie if you are clueless enough to actually drink gov. moonbeams kool-aid and believe for one second that our debt is gonna go down because of the tax hikes, then your in for a real nasty suprise

          • Streetiebird

            Revenue can make the deficit smaller, I didn’t say the debt was gonna “go down”.

          • matt miller

            actually, you did say that….”new tax to help pay down our debt”….???
            this tax hike was promoted to ensure civil ,unionized state and local employees would stay out of moonbeam’s hair while he is busy doin what he does. 2 years from now our debt burden will be higher … not lower. our debt is never gonna “go down” with these clowns runnin the show. for every business that moves to california 3 or 4 move out.
            moonbeam and the progressive circus live and breathe deficit spending. leopard aint gonna change it’s spots.

    • Anyone00

      Well, here’s the thing: when someone is pissing down the back of someone else’s neck and the pisser is insisting it’s just lemonade you tend to find it hilarious and tell the pissed on person to grow a sense of humor; when someone is pissing down the back of your neck and insisting it’s just lemonade you tend not to find it funny and want to smack anyone who tells to have a sense of humor about it.
      Funny is relative… politically funny doubly so.

      • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

        Anyone, he voted for Moonbeam Brown. He is getting much more than just pissed on.

  • Dusquene Whistler

    Are we sure he even wrote this? Or did he steal it from Bill Hicks also?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INarE1WraFA

    Give it a watch…it’ll make you sad.
    And angry.

    • rivers

      You beat me to it!

  • GEORGE_W_TUSH

    Nothing makes conservatives hate democracy more than when their massive multi-year effort to suppress the minority vote fails

    I guess God’s gift of rape wasn’t the surefire campaign issue the Republicans thought it
    would be.

    • Anyone00

      I don’t think Posthumous Americans are technically minorities.

    • Liberal Hater

      Wow. Who beat you so hard with the stupid stick? You got beat but good.

      • GEORGE_W_TUSH

        Speaking of STUPID…Move along son…

        • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

          @GEORGE_W_TUSH:disqus ~ even ass hat Dennis Leary didn’t mention rape but thanks for bringing it up. And for future comments can you be a good little boy and find another talking point. Thanks!

    • Penmar

      Actually we are still trying to free the slaves and a more than a bit disappointed that so many of them don’t seem to mind being enslaved by the gov’t.

  • Silenttype78

    Yeah…he is still an asshole.

    • $18912735

      What, was there a rumor going around that he WASN’T an asshole?

  • Randal Redder

    Wait, I thought the problem was republicans wanted to get into the panties of really weird looking congresswomen, now we’re afraid of vaginas? How does that work?

  • Rob

    Do they have ugly, loudmouthed libtarded simpletons in Canada? Yes? Ok, I guess it would be pointless to move there.

  • digitalPimple

    No need to look for vaginas in Canada, there are plenty of pussies here in Hollywood.

    • Michelle

      So seriously LOVE your comment!

    • Penmar

      Me too, excellent!

    • BossyBlonde

      I usually hate the P word, but it’s in perfect context here dude. Good one

    • Jedd McHead

      Zing! Nicely done.

  • Liberal Hater

    I used to like Denis Leary. Now he can suck my dick.

  • GEORGE_W_TUSH

    “Who wants to tell them they have blacks & Latinos & women & vaginas up there too?”

    !!!HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

    Good one Leary

  • $22091572

    how dare him compare a vagina to politics..

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/555HP3NPFJ2E7MRU4CZUN7GSEU James H

    Dennis Leary – douche bag of the day award winner.

    • MKFenris

      And the irony, he hates douche bags, he did a whole special on it!

  • ceemack

    Wait…Canada has both women AND vaginas??? Wow, what a package deal.

    I wonder what the vagina-to-woman ratio is in Canada.

    • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

      Lol you noticed that too? Too funny

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      Did you notice that he capitalized Latinos, but not blacks, women or vaginas? I guess he’s racist, sexist and anatomist too!

    • SCinGB

      Don’t forget, to the left, not all women have vaginas. There are many “women” who were born with penises. Just because they have a penis, doesn’t mean they’re not women. Which brings me to another question, who would win in a fight between a woman with a penis, and your regular, everyday metrosexual leftist? I’d put money on the woman with a penis

    • matt miller

      nearly 2:1

  • Steve_J

    Why did he mention women and vaginas separately? Isn’t he familar with the female anatomy?

    • Red Fred

      That comment is a treasure! ROFL

  • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

    Wondering if they have women WITH vaginas who are also 1/32 Cherokee?

  • SwTk

    Sad thing is, he isn’t really a Demotard. He is a shill. He plays off what’s popular. The worst kind of Irishman. It’s not racist – I’m 100% American Irish. I can say what I want. He’s no better than those Tammany fools. Obama used the same tactic in hopes we would forget.

  • Right Wired

    My wife is a minority immigrant resident alien. She’s a tea party member too. Now what, Mr. has-been?

  • NCRelite

    Just because the Republicans refuse to pander or deal with identity politics doesn’t mean we are anti. We believe our values and our economics are the best hope for America, as opposed to handing out government lollipops to different victim groups

  • EstepsAmerica

    When Bill Hicks died, so did Denis Leary’s act.

  • ernst1776

    And leftists are obsessed with acting like lady parts.

    • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

      @ernst1776:disqus ~ my lady parts think they act more like feminine hygene products, or to be more direct, yeast infection cream.

  • Silence Dogood

    Who’s dennis leary?

  • TocksNedlog

    Best thing he ever did was his song “I’m An Asshole,
    a-s-s-h-o-l-e, asshole!”
    It’s funny ’cause it’s true.

  • stuckinIL4now

    Ugh! This guy is one of the creepiest things I’ve ever seen–and there’s a lotta creepy out there.

    • Penmar

      I still think Jim Messina is the creepiest I’ve ever seen, gives me nightmares.

  • orringtonmom (D)

    he tweets it like republicans invented the ‘i’m gonna leave the country’ sentiment. i guess all those, ahem, “threats” to go to canada if romney were to win were racist, too.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      It would never occur to him or other “progressives” that people might want to go to a country where they treat their natural resources like RESOURCES!

  • $270502

    Funnier when Bill Hicks said it.

  • stellatruman

    of for the love of Bigbird…at this rate I am going to have to stop watching all television and movies if these idiots from Hollywood don’t stop shooting off their moronic mouths. When will they learn to stop insulting half of the population ?

  • irishgirl91

    Yea! Look at me, I can make jokes about republicans too! Had to get his lib card punched, his show isn’t on anymore and needs another.

  • Cyrena

    I used to think he was funny. Now I think he’s a jerk. Hey Denis, I’m a Republican and I have a vagina.

  • ruejade

    I used to think he was funny – now I realize he’s just another hollywood asshole

  • Elizabeth Salvatore

    Denis Leary has officially become another stupidly uninformed liberal stooge. Shame, he used to be funny. Now he is just another loser idiot.

  • Elizabeth Salvatore

    On the upside, I won’t be listening or buying anything Dennis Leary does anymore. What a sad little man.

  • MKFenris

    Such a shame, I always thought he was funny. But this proves my point, celebs should not have freedom of speech.

  • massjim

    I used to donate to O’Leary’s charity. He can now get hiis money from the progressive left for all I care.

    • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

      @25f4de344385f5c6f71f6f47d74a34d0:disqus ~ I agree. I thought his charity work for firemen was wonderful. Now he’s just pathetic. I’ll give my money directly to fire stations from now on.

  • tjp77

    Dennis Leary? They guy who built a career around being a libertarian curmudgeon?

    WTF?

  • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

    He failed. Doesn’t he realize we want to get away from Obama?! Not that I’d ever dream of going to Canada.

  • http://twitter.com/BlissDesignz Tabitha Taylor

    Amazing assumption since studies show R women are much more feminine & attractive than those masculine hacks the dems have to show for their cause. These entertainers should learn to shadup while their ahead. They’re committing career suicide every time they do this.

  • $18912735

    Denis Leary… the term “comedian” in no way describes him.

  • fuskiegirl21

    We should send Hollywood to Canada. They film most everything up there anyway because the tax rates are better for the film industry.

  • KansasGirl

    Poor writing skills.

  • brianmouland

    The man sings asshole is an asshole

  • Mizflame98

    Living up to your song’s title Dennis?

  • moonsbreath

    Sucks to be old and out of comedy material, right Denis (with one n)?

  • papertiger0

    If I were afraid of suspension bridges, no one would take any notice.

  • http://www.facebook.com/michellelivigni Michelle Li Vigni

    feminist woman here who was able to vote for the first time and i voted republican! voted with ‘lady smarts’ and not ‘lady parts’ :)

  • Teresa Davis McCormick

    Well I’m shocked. I thought out of all the douche bags in Hollywood, he must be a rightie, since he loves his free speech. I Guess when they start getting less work and less attention they start to grasp at anything to be put back in the spot light. What a sell out.

  • Penmar

    Response: Democrats are sexist, afraid of #LadySmarts

  • Danny Meeker

    Denis Leary — you know, it’s bad enough that you ripped off Bill Hicks by hijacking “No Cure For Cancer.” We get it…you’re trying to stay relevant in the Bollywood “I’m somebody!” circle, since your show got canned….but don’t try to BE Bill Hicks by taking his political stance, too.

  • ChampionCapua

    Is he still doing Ford F-150 ad voiceovers? Wonder if @Ford is down with him alienating 50 million potential customers?

  • http://bizzybea.wordpress.com/ bizzy bea

    Denise who? Oh, Denis…Denis who?

  • Lisa 670

    One more actor on my not interested in supporting list….