On this issue, I’ll take Bill Maher over Bill O’Reilly.
“It obviously was a provocation,” Maher said to his panel. “But this is America. Do we not have the right to draw whatever we want?” The audience took a few seconds to warm up to the host’s statement before applause was heard.
“When someone’s position is, ‘If you offend me, I will kill you,’ it becomes virtuous for you to offend that person,” Cain told the panel. “You need to offend that person. You need to shock them out of their horrible position.”
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