It's funny how some people can be intolerant for so long that they've come up with a defense mechanism for it: calling people intolerant for calling them out on their own intolerance. Also, being upset with something in his case means a desire to improve it; it is an act of love of his country, of patriotism. It is not an act of hate. Pretending to love something that is not going well at all does not make someone better than someone who actually speaks out about problems and how they need fixing. I guess some people just hate him for his honesty. He is known as one of the "most politically astute" comedians in America today, meaning he is able to accurately assess the information he obtains. I can hardly imagine being honest and outspoken on issues he actually takes the time to research and understand is an act of hatred. If anything, not doing research and making false assumptions are acts of hatred for their potential to mislead others into disliking him.
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