A Big Surprise
Sean kicked off Friday’s show plugging his big surprise coming up. “I’m loving the speculation,” laughed Hannity, “People are wondering if I’m running for office, well the surprise is coming!” If you are in New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Connecticut, Washington DC or Pittsburgh, we have a big surprise for you! If you’re interested in reading what people are saying about Sean, check out the Hannity Forums here.
Grim Womyn: “Occupy Wall Street”
Sean was joined by Occupy Wall Streeter Grim Womyn to discuss the latest on the Occupy Wall Street movement. “All the mayor wants to do is clean up the park so it won’t invite rats,” questioned Hannity, “By the way, you don’t own the park, someone else does, and they want their park back.” “Why didn’t Rosa Parks get up from her seat,” replied Womyn, “This is about economic civil rights.” Hannity laughed, “You’re comparing yourself to Rosa Parks!” “This is the difference between you and I,” summed Hannity, “The top 1 percent of wage earners pay 40 percent of the tax bill and the bottom 50 percent pay zero and you’re telling me that’s not balanced enough?” If you missed the original interview with Grim, click here for the entire introduction to this very interesting woman.
Deneen Borelli and Leo Terrell Deneen Borelli, a Fellow with Project 21, and Leo Terrell, is a civil rights attorney, joined Sean to discuss the presence racism in the 2012 presidential race. “We’ve seen conservative African Americans attacked over the years and the question is, why does it continue,” asked Hannity referring to presidential candidate Herman Cain. “We have individuals who are playing the race card throughout this country,” offered Borelli, “Clearly it’s because we have black individuals who’ve chosen to think for themselves.” Terrell replied, “The Republican party will never nominate Herman Cain, he is just being used.” The debate became so heated that Terrell hung up on Sean! To hear the full debate, click here.