Which is why on "Real Time with Bill Maher," the obnoxious comic celebrated David Koch's passing with the following monologue (repeated here verbatim):
Fuck him...I'm glad he's dead! (pause for laughs)
He was 79, but his family says they wish it could be longer. But at least he lived long enough to see the Amazon catch fire. (pause for laughs)
Condolences poured in from all the politicians he owned, and mourners are being asked in lieu of flowers to just leave their car engine running. (pause for laughs)
As for his remains, he has asked to be cremated and have his ashes blown into a child's lungs. (pause for laughs - then it's time to get serious)
He and his brother have done more than anybody to fund climate science deniers for decades, so fuck him. The Amazon is burning up. I'm glad he's dead and I hope the end was painful.
It's not rare to hear Leftists like Maher puke up naked hate speech, but to actually celebrate the pain that someone felt while dying of cancer is a new low.
We would never wish for the death or illness of anyone, and certainly not take pleasure from the pain someone experienced during an agonizing death. But if and when such a fate befalls Bill Maher personally, we're willing to make an exception to our rule.
This humorless bastard needs to start worrying a lot less about climate change, and a lot more about Karma.
FOR THE RECORD
David Koch once told the Wall Street Journal that he'd rather donate money to a good cause rather than "use it on buying a bigger house or a $150 million painting." Unlike the Obama family, clearly.
So to whom did David Koch donate?
$185 Million - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for cancer research, childcare center, biology building, and school of chemical engineering.
$150 Million - Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. The biggest gift the center ever received.
$128 Million - New York Presbyterian Hospital
$100 Million - New York State Theater at Lincoln Center
$66.7 Million - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
$65 Million - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
$35 Million - Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History
$26.5 Million - M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
$26.2 Million - The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York
$20 Million - American Museum of Natural History
$20 Million - Johns Hopkins University, for a cancer research center.
None of this remarkable and selfless generosity matters, of course, to those on the Left who defined David Koch as one of the worst of the "evil rich," and someone who "doesn't pay his fair share."
We look at it differently, and with the utmost in respect and gratitude. Rest in Peace, Mr. Koch, and thank you.
So "natural revulsion" is hatred?
White privilege in the Appalachians.