End Of The World Tomorrow?
Sean kicked off Friday’s show by mentioning a story that has generated an enormous buzz in the media and online. According to Harold Camping, an evangelical Christian minister, the world will end tomorrow at 6pm. Camping claims he calculated the date and time of 'The Rapture' by adding up numbers in the Bible. Camping is the leader of Family Radio, an independent ministry which spreads its word via a network on 66 radio stations and online broadcasts. “It’s very simple,” Sean explained, “you don’t need to be a Biblical scholar to figure all of this out. It’s not hard to find – Matthew 24: 36-44, says no one knows when the end will be for humans. Not even Jesus or the angels. The minister wrote a book called '1994?', in which he wrongly predicted the end of the world in that year, and was later forced to apologize for a mathematical error. “Why don’t you book the guy for Monday,” Sean said jokingly to Elisha, “that way he can get an early start on explaining what happened.” For more on the story please click here.
Sean was joined by presidential hopeful Herman Cain in the show’s final hour to discuss his campaign thus far. “I have to tell you Sean, I’ve talked to a lot of people after I formed my exploratory committee and there is such a disconnect with this president and this administration it is absolutely unbelievable! You don’t have to look any further than what he did yesterday with Israel. People are in shock that he would have the audacity to throw Israel under the bus. Obama’s policy is going to harm Israel’s security. A lot of people don’t realize the strategic nature of a movement of that order in terms of giving the Palestinians more ability to lob weapons at Israel like Lebanon did several years ago,” said Cain. Listen to Sean’s entire radio interview with Herman Cain right here.
McCain On Obama's Mideast Agenda
Yesterday, Obama delivered a Mideast message, declaring that the original borders between Israel and Palestine in 1967 serve as the starting point for current negotiations. Many GOP contenders spoke out strongly against the president’s plan, saying Obama “threw Israel under a bus.” Arizona Senator John McCain joined Sean on ‘Hannity’ to discuss the president’s new plan for the Middle East. “I think they're making the same mistake that they made at the beginning of the administration. As you may recall, as a pre-condition, President Obama called for a freeze on all settlements and then, of course, later on, dropped that -- that as a requirement but the Palestinians kept it as a requirement. And, so, this is setting a limitation on the boundaries of the state of Israel without regard to the Israelis having a country that they can defend militarily,” McCain told Sean. “When you look at one of the partners or one of the groups, Hamas, who control Gaza, are committed to the extinction in the state of Israel, then you can certainly understand why Prime Minister Netanyahu would be very reluctant to support such a proposal." You can watch Sean’s entire interview with Senator McCain by clicking here.
Herman Cain (born December 13, 1945) is a newspaper columnist, businessman, political activist, and radio talk-show host from Georgia. He is best known as the former chairman and CEO of Godfather's Pizza. He is a former deputy chairman (1992–94) and chairman (1995–96) of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Cain's newspaper column is distributed by North Star Writers Group. He currently lives in the Atlanta suburbs. In January 2011, Cain announced he had formed an exploratory committee for a potential candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.