Here's Bill Maher's final New Rules segment of the season, where he wonders if it's asking too much of Americans to sacrifice a little bit to have environmentally friendly biodegradable bags despite the noise they make and if we can ever get our politicians to have an actual "adult" conversation about anything. Bill also thanked the teabaggers for how they voted in the mid-term elections.
November 12, 2010

Here's Bill Maher's final New Rules segment of the season, where he wonders if it's asking too much of Americans to sacrifice a little bit to have environmentally friendly biodegradable bags despite the noise they make and if we can ever get our politicians to have an actual "adult" conversation about anything. Bill also thanked the teabaggers for how they voted in the mid-term elections.

MAHER: Now this is America. We don't have adult conversations. We have Twitter. If you have a problem with the baby talk that serves as our national dialog, move to Finland, because ultimately, it is our fault, not the politicians. They just do what we tell them to do.

If you showed Mitt Romney a poll that said that he could win more votes if he became a woman named Matisha, he would get a weave and lop off his c**k faster than you can say it's not been sterilized. So congratulations America for being the dumbest electorate ever, especially you teabaggers.

You teabaggers, you got what you wanted, a giant tax break for me when I'm dead. So now I can leave all money tax free to the New Black Panthers, The Richard Dawkins Atheist Foundation, The American Federation of Pot Smoking Socialists, The Committee to Elect Michael Moore President, and my gay pet poodles Siegfried and Roy.

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