Sarah Silverman had Steve Schmidt on there saying he quit the Republican Party because of them putting the babies in cages. He said it was the last straw. Hard to blame him, I've seen the pictures myself. But let me tell you what, I know when a grown man is lying to me, and that man is full of it. I don't recall Mr Schmidt being so broken up over these poor children in 2003 when the George W started the whole fiasco. It seems to me that Mr Tall Healthy-Britches there is looking for employment and he's peeking into the Democrats lounge in desperation. Steve was fired after thinking Sarah Palin would get Mr John McCain (G*d Rest His Soul) elected. To be honest this whole episode a bunch of mockeries, although this episode was funnier than the last one with the Senator. Sarah knows her interest in conservatives is insincere. People are obviously watching this show, commenting about being condescended to by a celebrity. Sarah is a famous person and celebrities must have some grace or humility, otherwise what are we celebrating them for? I can tell that Sarah saw the conservatives getting angry with the patronizing, and I can tell that she raised the bar further. She had an actor in the audience say he's "stupid" and ask to be talked down. The point she made was very clear. She's very angry and I get it. But to go out of your way to degrade people who paid to watch the show? I wouldn't expect it from a modest girl like Sarah, but here we are. I think maybe the HULU gave her a ton of money upfront for this 'I Love You America' fun fest, and now she couldn't give two dimples about its success. It seems Sarah will be using the remainder of her time to be haughty. I don't want to see that. We already have so much of the "We're Better Than You" from the wealthy. It's too much. Give me a good book, Oprah, and I'm all settled in. I've had enough. Commercials?
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