Pig Maher: SCOTUS weighing whether marriage is only earned by ‘ejaculating in a vagina’

So brave! So edgy! And oh-so-progressive.

It’s a shame we don’t hear from Bill Maher more often, but it’s understandable. Classes at the Borowitz Comedy Skool take up an awful lot of the repugnant gutter-troll’s time.

  • Gordon

    Billy, I know you wouldn’t know this but “marriage” also doesn’t include leaving money on the dresser.

  • https://twitter.com/tweetyuo Tangchung

    Maher looks more like Sandusky every day. Wonder if Sandusky is his dad.

    • Larry G.

      thats not in the least bit funny.

      • https://twitter.com/tweetyuo Tangchung

        Maher is going to play Jerry Sandusky in the Penn st. Movie.

        • beebop1952

          Too bad Larry G isn’t smart enough to google that for himself.

        • beebop1952

          Too bad Larry G isn’t smart enough to google that for himself.

    • RightThinking1

      Tang,
      Just pulled images of both. Geeze…, you’re right! Coincidence? Inquiring minds want to know…

      • https://twitter.com/tweetyuo Tangchung

        It’s like twins!

  • Maxx

    Has Maher even seen a vagina without first busting out a Discover card?

    • CatHerder

      Has Maher ever seen a vagina, period? He’s sure not the one to be advising anybody about marriage.

    • BlueGood

      Someone should put a condom over Maher’s head, it would help prevent his verbal ejaculate from infecting the ether…..

      Then all we’d hear would be….”mumthf nuimfh penph frabbit grunmf”….

      Much easier on the ears…..not to mention more accuracy in delivery of his thought process…

      • 1SkepticalChick

        Until the condom filled up and exploded…

    • Jim Evans

      hahahaha

    • beebop1952

      Bill probably takes pictures when his erection lasts longer than four hours.

  • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

    Bill don’t you have some high tax rates to complain about?

  • forcryingoutloud

    I’ve scraped crap off my shoe that was less vile than Bill Maher. It made more sense, too.

  • Bill Board

    Maher’s parents lost the baby and raised the afterbirth.

  • waltermitty2012

    I missed that one, then again Maher is the reason I dropped HBO many months ago.

    • Rosalie

      Occasionally, we get it for free from DISH. I never even bother to see what’s on.

  • TocksNedlog

    No surprise that Maher completely misstates the issue at hand: it’s about the right to define marriage, not the reasons behind the definition.

  • MissDiane47

    Why are we even giving this disgusting pig any mental air space?

    • pajamakat

      I agree TX Lady. I can’t even comment on him. What can a person say? We make him relevant. He’s not.

      • MissDiane47

        I know! What is so sad is that the left wants him and the rest of their filthy ilk to be relevant while ignoring anyone who doesn’t speak their language of hate.

      • $24698634

        How’s your HBO show going? Oh, you don’t have one?

  • 1SkepticalChick

    I still think Twitchy should paste a pig snout over his nose in that pic they use of him in their headlines.

    • Rosalie

      That pic actually makes him look better than he really is.

      • 1SkepticalChick

        I agree. The pig snout would make it more realistic.

      • 1SkepticalChick

        I agree. The pig snout would make it more realistic.

    • $24698634

      What are you, 12?

      • 1SkepticalChick

        You flatterer you!

  • therantinggeek

    Stay classy, Bill! /sarc

  • Steve_J

    Why listen to somebody who thinks the Senate make up is because of gerrymandering?

  • Patsplacepp

    I’m going to get blasted but is there anything that doesn’t offend the Twichy community? Regardless if you watch Maher or have sworn off watching HBO and the rest of TV. This message, this comment isn’t directed to you personally? The amount of v̶i̶l̶e̶ ̶ stuff coming out of O’reilly, Coulter, Hannity or Limbaugh could give Bill a run for his money sans swearing. I’m reading half the comments below and they’re almost as bad. I did like @TocksNedlog:disqus “…it’s about the right to define marriage, not the reasons behind the definition.” Anyhow my two cents.

    • Rosalie

      When you use the word “vile”, I don’t think there are more vile, ruthless people than on the left. They actually make fun of babies being aborted or wish for people to die a horrible death. There are exceptions, but please don’t put us in that category because IMO there is no comparison.

      • Patsplacepp

        @rosaliebreslin:disqus I totally respect your comment and I put a strike through vile, however, “…vile , ruthless people than on the left…” I mean that puts half the country in a sh*t hole. I’m talking about individuals. I’m sure you don’t need me to google everything horrible that Ann Coulter has sad like, “My only regret with Timothy McVeigh is he did not go to the New York Times Building.” or O’Reilly lambasting a some one who lost their dad on 9/11 ~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3BAFb97L3KU#! and who could forget Limbaugh, ““I mean, let’s face it, we didn’t have slavery in this country for over 100 years because it was a bad thing. Quite the opposite: slavery built the South. I’m not saying we should bring it back; I’m just saying it had its merits. For one thing, the streets were safer after dark.” Look the wonderful thing about the internet is that anything you say, anything you write can be found. This 30 seconds worth. There are some nasty stuff on both sides. Left and Right. There are death threats to the President and his family everyday and honestly even if you hate his guts, you’d never want to see someone from the left saying that about a GOP President. I guess I’m just trying to say (IMHO) your statement seems tilted on for the fact that you might only see the hated statements from one side. You google conservative racists or death to the left (and totally reverse that with the left side) and you’ll see “Vile” lives everywhere. Thanks for letting me say my peace. Cheers

        • Rosalie

          Also, the bad thing about the Internet is that many things that we think are true, are not. I don’t believe that Limbaugh said that for one minute. I don’t know about Coulter either. However, I do believe that you have a right to your opinon and you have a right to believe those stories. I don’t. (I didn’t give you a down vote either).

          • Mike Faber

            Colter totally said that.

          • $24698634

            “Things that we think are true, are not.” Like your comment. You say you don’t believe or you you don’t know. Well how about doing some research before you comment. You also have a right to your opinion, but don’t you think it should at least be informed?

        • Rosalie

          Also, the bad thing about the Internet is that many things that we think are true, are not. I don’t believe that Limbaugh said that for one minute. I don’t know about Coulter either. However, I do believe that you have a right to your opinon and you have a right to believe those stories. I don’t. (I didn’t give you a down vote either).

        • seek456

          well pat – O’Reilly was being respectful to the dead dad on 9/11 while his son was being completely vile and horribly disrespectful.

          Now – how do you explain that?

          • Mike Faber

            Jeremy Glick was explaining that is father was anti-war and didn’t want the Iraq war fought in his father’s name. And O’Reilly, loving his role as the bully, puffed his chest up and kept interrupting that poor kid. All Jeremy Glick was trying to say was that Osama bin Laden was the leader of the Mujahadin which was trained by the CIA. Which was all true. The war was good for ratings and no one wanted to stop. The complicancy of the media on those wars was truly a dark day for journalism.

        • seek456

          well pat – O’Reilly was being respectful to the dead dad on 9/11 while his son was being completely vile and horribly disrespectful.

          Now – how do you explain that?

    • http://www.facebook.com/luke.givens.963 Luke Givens

      Of course there are things that don’t offend the Twitchy community: guns, Sarah Palin, Nick Searcy, the wife from Everybody Loves Raymond, Chik Fil A, and….ummmm……ummm…..

      • Mike Faber

        Who the hell is Nick Searcy anyway?

        • RockyRambone

          Lead singer from Ratt, a 1980’s rock band.

    • Mike Faber

      Well said. Libs have Maher. Conservatives have Hannity, Lavin, Limbaugh, Coulter (who Maher made famous), Malkin and Beck. And objectively speaking, Maher is a thousand times funnier than all the names following his combined. I mean do conservatives just sit in front of the TV waiting for Shark Week?

      Ultimately, we will look back at this and view the augments against gay marriage like we do the arguments against, interracial marriage and desegregation. Anytime a minority in this country has fought for their rights, they win. It may take a long time, but we always move forward.

      And Pig Maher is a little harsh Ms. Malkin.

  • kim

    I find it ironic that those with the vilest comments about marriage are the first ones to mock gays

  • el_polacko

    in his cavalier attempt at humor, maher is trivializing the important issue of equal treatment under the law as promised to all citizens by our constitution. his political moorings have gone adrift ever since it dawned on him that he’s already being taxed up the ying-yang and it’s his own party that’s demanding more and more of his money be taken from him.

  • Love of Country

    In other words, Bill ….. as God and nature intended it!

    • Mike Faber

      Since homosexuality is a matter of biology, God intended that too, correct?

      • Love of Country

        Presumably, not any more than he intended AIDS. Personally, I don’t care what you folks do. You go marry a gay man and I’ll keep my guns and we’ll just call it even. :)

  • beebop1952

    I am sure that Bill’s description is EXACTLY what his unfortunate “willing” partners felt as well. Disgusting and sad.

  • beebop1952

    I am sure that Bill’s description is EXACTLY what his unfortunate “willing” partners felt as well. Disgusting and sad.

  • John Mullins

    No Bill, that would be a little thing called “Human Life”

  • Mike Faber

    Bill Maher rules.

  • Mike Faber

    Can I just ask if anyone can’t see the point of this being a civil rights isssue?

    • nc

      You can ask, but the answer is “no,”

      (not sure if I got that right with your use of the word “can’t”)

      Trying to legalize homosexual marriage cannot be compared to the Civil Rights movement. Those struggles corrected injustices that had been recently (in terms of human history) put in place. Racial mixing has been common and legal in many cultures across the ages. We can’t say the same for the proposed untested social experiment of homosexual marriage.

      If you want to discuss civil unions, contract and financial issues, that’s another thing. But that doesn’t ever seem to be enough.

  • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

    What would his reaction be to GLBT folks who have kids?

  • trixiewoobeans

    Maher and Chris Matthews remind me of the “Morlocks” in the ORIGINAL “The Time Machine” movie..you know, the “people” who went underground to live, turning pale-haired, pasty white and brutal, raising the people on the surface as food because they’d descended into cannibalism. Hmmm, more parallels than just their appearances, it seems.