New Rule: Liberal States’ Rights | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

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New Rule: Liberal States' Rights | Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)

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Bill takes a stand against the "outside agitators" who wants to interfere with California's progressive agenda.

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19 thoughts on “New Rule: Liberal States’ Rights | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)”

  1. George Wallace, the guy who said segregation forever, was a liberal-progressive-socialist democrat.

  2. I watched this at 1 am (DVR). Could not contain my laughter and woke up sleeping people in our home. Funny, but sadly this is the time we live in…

  3. A state signing treaties with other countries is explicitly noted as illegal in the Constitution. Yay for all the other stuff but that’s a rabbit hole states shouldn’t be allowed to go down.

  4. States rights are BS. Think I’m kidding? What do you think would happen if some southern state went to the dark side and re-enacted slavery? Yeah. States rights are BS. In point of fact, the Feds permit states to have rights but they don’t have to. I’m not saying I support this. I’m just saying it’s reality.

  5. If you now want to get on the states rights train because it helps push your laws and agendas; you can’t hop off the train to try to force national gun, abortion, climate, and immigration laws. Hell I am fine with CA going hard in the direction they are headed. The sooner that train slams into the side of the mountain the sooner the rest of the states get to realize the multitude of mistakes CA made.

  6. The script has for sure flipped. Who is going to defend you? The racist LAPD or the neighbor who you took the guns from? Press on with that California.

  7. I believe he is right on state’s rights but I think his example is not well thought out. He compares many of his and others views on rights and says that it’s their turn to act like the rednecks in the 60s who wanted to maintain segregation. Well if he looks back at what happened he won’t be too happy. The US government stepped in and said Nope ain’t gonna happen and used the courts, military, and other resources to force the beginning of the end of segregation. So to carry his analogy to it’s logical conclusion then the US government would step in and say Nope to their sanctuary cities, gay marriage,women’s choice, and all of the other concepts he listed.

    Like I said I believe in state’s rights and agree with him in concept on what he was saying. Just think he used a very poor analogy to make his point.

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