Randall Terry and Jehan Harney: The Quran Needs Protection?
Conservative activist Randall Terry and Jehan Harney, friend of Imam Rauf, joined Sean to discuss Terry’s recent actions in destroying the Quran. “So what did you do this past weekend,” asked Hannity of Terry. “We stood in front of the White House and crumpled up sections of the Quran that talk about us being beheaded, crucified or murdered,” answered Terry, “How can you respect a book that calls for us to be murdered – that’s suicide on an installment plan.” Harney defended the Quran, “The book also preaches non violence and tolerance.” It seems there’s a lot of confusion about what the Quran says but make no mistake, there are many who’re trying to harm the United States and seem to be hiding behind the Quran.
Sean was joined by Congressmen Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy, three conservative legislators whose new book, “ Young Guns” details the future of the Republican Party. “All of us are going to do everything we can to make sure tax hikes don’t occur this year,” promised Cantor, “Washington has a spending problem not a revenue problem.” Congressmen McCarthy added, “There are no tax cuts out there, it’s all about keeping what we have.” If you’re at all curious who should be leading the new GOP going forward, you should read this book and see the young guns in the party.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair joined Sean on the show to give a glimpse of his life before politics and after. “This was a very stressful job and an enormous privilege,” noted Blair. “What role should America play in the world,” asked Hannity. “You will get a lot of criticism and attack,” explained Blair,” but what’s your problem; is it immigration or emigration and I think we know.” Is there any better way to sum up America? A special thanks to the Prime Minister for bringing that perspective. It’s one that President Obama could stand to remember on his next apology tour. For more on Mr. Blair’s book, “My Political Life,” visit Amazon.com.
Anthony Charles Lynton "Tony" Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a former British Labour Party politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2 May 1997 to 27 June 2007. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007; he resigned from all these positions in June 2007.