Chuck Lorre is not a fan of Mitt Romney or reality shows like The Bachelor.
Lorre, who puts a “vanity card” at the end of each of his shows, slammed the GOP presidential candidate for his inability to relate to the majority of Americans. Instead of airing the post at the end of Thursday’s The Big Bang Theory, Lorre posted a different vanity card that prompted viewers to look for the card online.
In the aired vanity card, Lorre wrote:
“I’ve decided to save everybody a lot of unhappiness and not submit this week’s vanity card to the CBS censors (I know when I’ve crossed the line with these things and don’t need a bunch of corporate lawyers getting their cotton blend panties in a bunch). Accordingly, I’ve banished the offending card to that dark place where all my offending cards go — the internet.”
In the censored post, Lorre asked, “What does it say about us when we think the institution of marriage is threatened by gay people who love each other, but not by idiotic game shows like The Bachelor?”
Lorre also wondered why people think Romney can empathize with regular Americans. He wrote:
“What does it say about us when we think a guy who doesn’t drink, doesn’t smoke, keeps his money offshore, stubs his toe and says ‘H-E-double hockey sticks’ and wears magical underwear can feel our pain?”
This isn’t the first time Lorre has censored his vanity card. Back in February, he posted a card on his website that attacked the Republican party, suggesting that the GOP change its slogan to, “Vote Republican, and be free to live your disgusting life.”
What do you think of Chuck Lorre’s comments?