"I have a better idea. Let’s have an amnesty — from the left and the right — on every made-up, fake, totally insincere, playacted hurt, insult, slight and affront. Let’s make this Sunday the National Day of No Outrage. One day a year when you will not find some tiny thing someone did or said and pretend you can barely continue functioning until they apologize.
If that doesn’t work, what about this: If you see or hear something you don’t like in the media, just go on with your life. Turn the page or flip the dial or pick up your roll of quarters and leave the booth."- Bill Maher
"Can we please stop the fake 'offended' routine. [Please] explain what was allegedly offensive about DeNiro's joke." - Ann Coulter
Please don't think you've stumbled upon the wrong blog. I can't stand Bill Maher for multiple reasons, the biggest being he's just not that funny to me. But that doesn't mean I want him taken off HBO. I just choose not to watch his show.
He's right, though. Coulter's right, too. They're both basically saying the same thing. Imagine that. Two of the people that many see as the most polarizing members of either party agree on an issue. There's hope for this country after all.