Letters from the Lunar Outpost

The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts.
- John Locke, English Philosopher (1632-1704)

Bill Maher is an ugly, disgusting and vile human being. How else can you describe a man who spews this kind of venomous hatred against Tim Tebow on a Christmas Eve tweet?

It must have been driving the Christian haters of America nuts, watching Tim Tebow come in and win seven of his first eight starts, taking a lowly Bronco team that was 1-4 and bringing them to the top of the AFC West at 8-5. It must have drove them up the wall to see Tebow praying to his Lord and Savior in the end zone and on the sidelines on the winning scores over an NFL record six 4th quarter and overtime comebacks in his first eleven starts.

So when Tebow and the Broncos fall to the Patriots and Bills in successive weeks, for Maher, it must have been like the rapture – atheist style – to see that Tebow magic finally hit a two-game skid. What a sad and pathetic thing to see a petty man’s heart like Maher’s so filled with joy over Tebow losing a couple games.

This is what bigotry looks like, folks – ugly, hateful, unadulterated bigotry. Next time you hear the lie about liberals being oh so tolerant, just think of Bill Maher and his hateful tweet, hating on a man like Tim Tebow for nothing other than his Christian faith, and realize that the left is the home of the most intolerant bigots in America.

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22 Responses to A Christmas Eve Tweet from the Worst Person in America

  • I don’t have words, they escape me. I am sitting here gobsmacked, in disbelief at such hatred and arrogance.

    Wow….now I ‘get’ why I never found Bill Maher interesting to start with and now I just find him disgusting.

  • Hey Mike, love you brother. This is what Jesus says when people persecute us for being his followers.

    Matthew (5:11-12)- 11 “God blesses you when people mock you and persecute you and lie about you and say all sorts of evil things against you because you are my followers. 12 Be happy about it! Be very glad! For a great reward awaits you in heaven. And remember, the ancient prophets were persecuted in the same way.

    Note: Jesus said to be happy when we’re persecuted for our faith. Persecution can be good because (1) it takes our eyes off earthly rewards. (2) it strips away superficial belief. (3) it strengthens the faith of those who endure, and (4) our attitude through it serves as an example to others who follow. We can be comforted knowing God’s prophets were persecuted. The fact that we are being persecuted proves that we have been faithful; faithless people would be unnoticed. In the future God will reward the faithful by receiving them into his eternal Kingdom, where there is no more persecution.

    Matthew (5:43-48)- 43 “You have heard the law that says, ‘Love your neighbor’ and hate your enemy. 44 But I say, love your enemies! Pray for those who persecute you! 45 In that way, you will be acting as true children of your Father in heaven. For he gives his sunlight to both the evil and the good, and he sends rain on the just and the unjust alike. 46 If you love only those who love you, what reward is there for that? Even corrupt tax collectors do that much. 47 If you are kind only to your friends, how are you different from anyone else? Even pagans do that. 48 But you are to be perfect, even as your Father in heaven is perfect.

    Note: When we are wronged, often our first reaction is to get even. Instead, Jesus said we should do good to those who wrong us! Our desire should not be to keep score but to love and forgive. This is not natural- it is supernatural. Only God can give us the strength to love as he does. Instead of planning vengeance, pray for those who hurt you. I forgive Bill Maher and pray that he will repent of his sins and receive Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior, so he too can be forgiven of all his trespasses.

    God bless you and your family,

    • Absolutely, my first reaction is to get even, and that’s usually where the process ends for me. Very impressive how you don’t just talk the talk, but you really do walk the walk as far as praying for this atheist blasphemer instead of indulging in some choice words for a man that’s truly an asshole. That’s inspiring, Randy. Well chosen passages, they do calm me and help me let go of the hate when I read them, I still have an easier time understanding the vengeful God of the Old Testament, but I also imagine the New Testament superseded the OT for a reason.

  • Never cared for Bill Maher,,still don’t,,never will.

  • Jesus said that we will suffer because he suffered. Bill Maher is a truly despicable, ugly human being!! Further comments cannot even begin to state how horrible I find him. I’m sure Tim is saying to himself, “Forgive him Father, he doesn’t know what he’s doing.”

    • I think you’re absolutely right, here I am infuriated as can be, and I bet you Tebow himself, at the very worst, is probably saying something like, “He’s a jerk, but I’ll pray for him.” I should start asking myself, “What Would Tebow Do?”

  • yea, so Bill makes a comment and all liberals are intolerant bigots. Thats a sad statement. As a “tolerant” athiest, i think it was a hilarious tweet. But then again, i laugh at you bible thumpers for your ass backward beliefs of fairy tails as truths. Not allowing gays and lesbians to marry…. well now thats a perfect example of bigotry and prejudice i can think of. Just saying….

    • Hold on, Jamie. Not all “bible thumpers” are intolerant. God said what he said about gays/lesbians, and he had a right to. To expand on that thought, God never said to harm gays/lesbians. He is a loving God. To go even further, gays/lesbians are not those folks “over there”. They are people we admire. Can you imagine how many miles they travelled in their hearts and minds before accepting the fact about their orientation? No, I have compassion for them. God indicated what he said, and I respect that. However, I choose to show love and concern for them. Always have.

      Don’t lump all conservatives into one pot, because there are variances.

    • I never said all liberals are intolerant bigots, I said the left was the home of the most intolerant bigots in America. That doesn’t mean all liberals are bigots, but that’s where most of them are, people that are so far gone they don’t even think it counts as bigotry as long as you aim your hate at a Christian.

      Maher probably can’t even comprehend how offensive his comment was. In fact, most people on the left probably wouldn’t see this as offensive and bigoted. The only way they could probably comprehend the offensive nature of the remark is if you asked them to visualize Maher saying the exact same thing to a Muslim and made a crack about Mohammed fucking a Muslim athlete on the eve of Ramadan. NOW THAT . . . would be offensive, right?

      I actually hope and pray that atheist Maher does make a comment equally as offensive to Muslims, not only would the media finally with a proper level of indignation, but more importantly, I’d love to see the response of the Muslims of the world, issuing fatwas and sending this jerk into hiding like Salman Rushdie and out of sight for the good of humanity.

      • I hope for Maher’s sake that he realizes that God sees everything, and may deal with Him in the not-too-distant future. Maher used God’s name in the most profane manner. Wow!

  • He went way beyond what is excepted in moral judgment.

    • The level of hate and intolerance that a person like Maher would aim against a man like Tebow for nothing more than the fact that Tebow is a man of faith, it truly boggles the mind, so I feel compelled to go off on a rant how Maher just might be the worst bigot in America, but then I see a comment from a true believer like Randy, and I say wow, how awesome is that to look at Maher’s comments and instead of condemning Maher, he forgives Maher for his blasphemy and says instead, pray for this man, that he might see the light and have his heart cleansed of all the hate.

      It’s inspiring to see my friend Randy having love and hope for a man so vile, but I must admit, if I was to respond with a post saying, I’ll pray for your soul, Mr. Maher, it wouldn’t be half as interesting or readable.

  • Bill Maher embodies a style of speaking informed by his namesake initials “B.M.” aka “The Verbal B.M.” (Bowel Movement)

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  • I’m not defending this tweet and I am a Christian, but Bill Maher is far less dangerous than someone who supports “corporate personhood” in the name of God. Or than someone who would deny a woman – victimized by rape or incest – the right to choose whether or not to bring that child into the world.

    Sure his words were inflammatory, but he is an entertainer, a comedian at that. Hyperbole, exaggeration, and often extreme view points are what drive comedy and entertainment for that matter. I’m sure a many of our Jesus loving friends who have enjoyed a David Allan Coe song know what I mean.

    As someone who is spiritual, but pragmatic I recognize that Maher is pointing out that Jesus probably doesn’t give a shit about the NFL and who wins and loses in it (as He shouldn’t). Not to say that Tebow can’t internalize the work his Lord and Savior does through him as an individual (hence praying on the field and giving praise after the games), but the outcome of an NFL matchup – if we are truly believers – has to register a .0000001 or less on Jesus’ give-a-damn-ometer. At last, it would do Christians a better service to LIVE the word, better than they criticize those who are non-believers. The irreverent and hypocritical behavior of most Christians only emboldens the Bill Mahers of the world in this way. If we were more adept at actually being Christians there would be no place for such a mockery of Christianity.

    David Allan Coe song anybody?

    • One of my favorite quotes is from George Bernard Shaw, who said, “Christianity is a great idea, too bad nobody’s tried it.” What I do know though, is that most of the friends I’ve made who hold the faith dear to their hearts try much harder to reach spiritual perfection than most of the friends I’ve made who don’t hold any faith.

      Thankfully (at least for the purposes of this blog) I have yet to receive that revelation that Jesus is the Son of God, that He died for our sins and was resurrected, so where if I had been bound by the teachings of Christianity, I would simply have to pray for a scumbag like Bill Maher and leave it at that, instead, I am left free to call Maher out on the blog for being the intolerant, Christianophobic bigot that he is.

  • Bill Maher tells it like it is. Tebow is an arrogant twit, using “religion” to further himself. He will last about another 12 months. Religion should go. Folks need to admit there is no worshippable “supreme being” and then maybe the human race could take some long overdue steps forward, out of the dark ages. Amen.

    • I like the way you bring up the Dark Ages, seemingly oblivious to the fact that the century that just passed was the most horrific in human history. You could add up all the horrors of every century before and it still wouldn’t equal the horrors of the 20th century.

      And who were the forces of evil who subjugated, enslaved, tortured and slaughtered hundreds of millions in the 20th century? A bunch of athiests, godless men who sought to put an all-powerful state in place of an all-powerful God, forcing their subjects to worship the state, evil athiests like Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, it was atheism and the godless state that was the force of evil in the 20th century.

      May we only pray that godless bigots like Bill Maher who hate people of faith remain scorned and ridiculed and marginalized and people of faith and conviction like Tim Tebow continue to be ranked as the most popular and beloved people in America.

  • Bill Maher really is religious!! He is SATAN!!

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