Where’s The Outrage?
Sean was livid on Wednesday as he kicked off the show criticizing liberal pundit Bill Maher who, just last week, recently made an off-handed joke when he told his audience, “If Dick Cheney’s days are, as he says, numbered, he should go ahead and tell us that number but before you get on me I’m not wishing him to die, I just need to put a deposit down on the caterer and the band.” “Very funny,” sarcastically responded Hannity, “Where are the conservatives in this country so full of outrage that they’re demanding Bill Maher be fired.” Hannity continued, “You won’t find them.” Sean spent some more time hammering on recent comments that Howard Dean made criticizing the Tea Party movement. To listen to Sean’s full rant, click here.
It’s a Sad Day In The Coulter Household
Conservative commentator and author of the new book, “Demonic”, stopped by to cry on Sean’s shoulder as she wept over the announcement this week that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is not running for President in 2012. If you missed Governor Christie’s announcement, click here to read all about it on Hannity.com. “You sound too upbeat about this for someone who was obsessed with Chris Christie,” began Hannity, “I spoke to him before he announced and I asked him, ‘does that mean Ann Coulter is going to give you back your inhaler’ and he said that he’s been following everything you’ve been saying about him.” “I’m his biggest fan and the way I see him now is as the Republican Party’s Mariano Rivera,” explained Coulter referencing the popular New York Yankees pitcher, “Romney and Cain will get the country back on track and then we’ll bring in the closer, Chris Christie, for the final cleanup.” As Sean mentioned before, Governor Christie is certainly a rising star and especially in Ann Coulter’s eyes but it wasn’t enough to force his hat in the ring for 2012.
March on Manhattan
Sally Kohn, Founder of Movement Vision Lab, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, former prosecutor and co-host of the FIVE on Fox News joined Sean to discuss the Occupy Wall Street movement and their planned march on Manhattan today.”What is the message here,” Hannity provoked, “We’ve been down talking to people and no one can tell me why they’re down there.” Kohn offered her best attempt at an explanation saying, “There is a very clear and coherent message that 99% of Americans are frustrated that our country and our economy is only working for the rich.” Guilfoyle disagreed saying, “I don’t see how this is helpful but rather it seems this is very decisive and now you have unions joining in and this is a direct result of what this administration is trying to create which is class warfare.” It sounds like the movement is be ginning to see the final stages but labor unions could bring new life to the somewhat confusing initiative.
Ann Hart Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is an American social and political commentator , best-selling author , and syndicated columnist . She frequently appears on television, radio, and as a speaker at public and private events. Well-known for her conservative political opinions and the controversial ways in which she defends them, Coulter has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot" and, unlike "broadcasters," does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced."