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The Obama Doctrine?

The Obama Doctrine?: Kinetic Military Action
Sean kicked off Thursday’s show angrily speaking out what many are calling the “Obama Doctrine.” “I bet many of you woke up this morning not knowing what a kinetic military action was,” laughed Sean, “Don’t feel inadequate or like you’re lacking in intelligence because most of us have never heard of this.” Sean was referring to the Obama Administration’s claim that the actions in Libya are simply “kinetic actions” taken to enforce the United Nations resolution. { Article} “As clear as I can tell, at no time in our modern history can I think of a more reckless or ill-conceived use of our military forces,” an angry Hannity offered, “Some in the media are trying to create some Obama Doctrine out of this but they seem even more incoherent than the Obama Administration.” It remains unclear what end result we hope to achieve by the military steps we’ve taken this week and, as the week comes to a close, the answers that Americans are seeking are still unclear. We know the United Nations is taking control of military operations in Libya but the real question is, who’s taking control of our military operations?

Trump’s View
Donald Trump made headlines today by telling hosts on ABC’s “The View” that he really thinks President Obama is hiding something by not showing his birth certificate. Attorney Stanley Cohen and Joseph Farah, the publisher of World Net Daily, joined Sean to debate this issue. “This is not my number one issue,” noted Sean, “But why are those asking to see this birth certificate being crucified and beaten up.” Farah quickly replied, “I’ve learned from years of investigative reporting that when public officials refuse to show documents, they’re hiding something.” He continued, “Americans should begin to question if there’s a reason why the President will not produce this simple document that we all have to produce at some point in our lives.” “There’s a perfect solution here,” disagreed Cohen, “All you have to do is take court action so this shouldn’t b e smoke and mirrors.” While it’s true that legal action could bring this issue to a close, it’d be a lot easier if the President would simply share his documents with curious Americans. To listen to this interview, click here.

Sean's Interview With Larry King
Hannity's twitter account (@SeanHannity) was abuzz earlier today requesting Sean's interview with Larry King from last night. The former host of "Larry King Live" spoke fondly of Elizabeth Taylor who passed away yesterday at 79. "She was very special, Sean. In fact, it's kind of weird, it's pouring rain here in Southern California. It's almost like the skies are weeping because she lived not far from where we're speaking," said King. sean asked Larry what he missed most since retiring from his daily show. "Why do I miss the most? I miss the most what's going on now. I miss not being there in the middle of a scene when Japan is undergoing what it is undergoing or discussing Libya or Egypt. You like to be in the hunt." You can watch Sean's interview with the legendary Larry King by clicking here.

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Michele Bachmann

Michele Marie Amble Bachmann (born April 6, 1956) is the United States Representative of Minnesota's 6th congressional district and member of the Republican Party . She is the third woman and first Republican woman to represent Minnesota in Congress. She defeated her Democratic challenger, Elwyn Tinklenberg , in the 2008 election in a race that had gained national attention following her controversial televised call for the media to investigate members of Congress for perceived anti-American bias, including Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama . The 6th congressional district includes the northern far suburbs of the Twin Cities along with St. Cloud . She won 50 percent of the votes in the 2006 election , defeating Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party candidate Patty Wetterling and the Independence Party 's John Binkowski . Bachmann served in the Minnesota State Senate from 2001 to 2007.