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The Constitution doesn’t protect tents

The Constitution Doesn’t Protect Tents
Mayor “I’m scared to death of liberals” Bloomberg seems to be trying to find his footing on his invitation to the Wall Street protestors to stay at Zuccotti Park as long as they like. Bloomberg told reporters that he doesn't believe the Occupy Wall Street tents set up in Zuccotti Park are considered protected speech. “If that’s the truth Mr. Mayor why didn’t you close this down on day one or day two?” Sean asked. “Why did you back down when you were planning on cleaning the park? Bloomberg is looking for a way to get rid of them.” The one thing Bloomberg has working in his favor is that it’s getting pretty chilly in New York City at night. “I can’t imagine as it gets colder than many of the occupiers are going to stick around,” Sean added. For more on this story please click here.

Ron Paul Finally Comes On The Show
Sean welcomed Ron Paul to program to talk about his run for President. As many Hannity fans know, Paul has been reluctant to come on the show in the past. His recalcitrance may have been warranted, as Sean wasted no time asking Paul some difficult questions. Paul has said some negative things about Sean, Rush and other conservative talk show hosts in the past, calling them, among other things, “big government statists who make their living fooling people into thinking they are real leaders of limited government.” After a brief bit of awkward silence, Paul responded. “I’ll admit that maybe my views have been modified a bit in these last few days,” Paul answered. “I am very pleased that you’ve spoken out positively about the things I’m trying to do.” The topic of conversation eventually turned to Paul’s presidential run and his views of our country’s current economic situation. “We can’t keep doing this,” Paul said referring to our runaway deficit spending. “I think pe ople know there is a financial crisis and it’s not because we’ve had a balanced budget its because we have too much debt and its unsustainable.” You can listen to Sean’s entire radio interview with Ron Paul by clicking here.

Thieves Steal Truck With President's Equipment
Sean kicked off Tuesday’s show chuckling to himself after reading an article about thieves who apparently stole a truck with Obama’s podiums and audio equipment. When President Obama speaks, there is a pretty typical setup including the presidential seal on a podium, the see-thru Teleprompter and a portable sound system. “I’m willing to buy it!” Sean said referring to the stolen Teleprompter. Late yesterday afternoon the truck was recovered in a nearby parking lot. “Darn it!” Sean said jokingly. “I was willing to pay big money for that. I’d sell it on EBay donate the proceeds to charity,” said Sean. For more on this story please click here.

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Ron Paul

Ronald Ernest "Ron" Paul (born August 20, 1935) is an American medical doctor, author, Republican U.S. Congressman of the House of Representatives and candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination. Paul is currently the U.S. Congressman for the 14th congressional district of Texas, which comprises the area south and southwest of the Greater Houston region, including Galveston. Paul serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Joint Economic Committee, and the House Committee on Financial Services, and is Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology, where he has been an outspoken critic of current American foreign and monetary policy.

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