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Sean: "Gingrich won last night's debate"

Sean: "Newt Won Last Night's Debate"
After an exciting debate last night in South Carolina Sean took the air and gave a complete recap. "I don't care who you're supporting, last night's debate by far was the best." Despite a strong showing by all the candidates, Sean said the winner of last night's debate was Newt Gingrich. Gingrich received a rowdy standing ovation for his back and forth with moderator Juan Williams. Williams asked Gingrich if he could see how his comments about how "black Americans should demand jobs, not food stamps" were viewed, "at a minimum, as insulting to all Americans, but particularly to black Americans." "No," Gingrich said, "I don't see that." After Williams pushed Gingrich further on the subject, Newt fired back, "the fact is that more people have been put on food stamps by Barack Obama than any president in American history." "Few Republicans or Conservatives would disagree that Gingrich hit it out of the park last night," Sean said. "I think last night Gingrich showed he has the courage to stand up and take those kind of attacks and then he has the intellectual and rhetorical firepower to wade into the hot button topic and carry the day," Sean added. You can watch Sean's interview with Gingrich after last night's debate by clicking here.

Romney Sticks To Story On Super PAC Ads
Sean spoke with presidential candidate Mitt Romney after last night's debate on a special 'Hannity' and asked about the issue of Super PACs - specifically the palpable anger from the other candidates at Romney's supporting Super PAC. Romney fell short of denouncing the Super PACs but did say the whole concept of them don't make much sense. "Look, this whole idea that there are these organizations out there that run ads that we, as candidates, can't even talk to, can't tell them what to do and what not to do -- it's an outrageous setting, and it makes us all uncomfortable," Romney told Sean. However Romney did agree that any ad that is factually incorrect should be removed. "Anything that's inaccurate -- and I said this in the last debate -- they should take them off the air," Romney explained. You can watch Sean's post debate interview with Mitt Romney by clicking here.

Adam Carolla On "Paying Your Fair Share"
Radio personality and comedian Adam Carolla joined the last hour of the show and talked about what he thinks is wrong with the ever growing class warfare issue in America. Sean discussed the notion of "paying your fair share" - an idea Obama has championed in numerous speeches over the last few months. "Let's really examine this," Carolla told Sean. "If 10 people all go out to dinner together and the bill came and it was $500 and we decided to split it up 10 ways, then your share is $50. Unless you had 26 Heineken's that I don't know about, your fair share with the other 9 strangers your sitting with, considering you've all ordered the same thing off of the same menu is $50! I paid the equivalent of $450 in taxes last year! And I've got the 2 guys who paid nothing pointing at me and telling me to pay my fair share?! You've got to be kidding me," Carolla exclaimed. Adam also discussed his new book, "Rich Man Poor Man" in which he exposes the phenomena that are embraced by the really rich and the really poor - but never the middle class - like having an outdoor shower, wearing your pajamas all day, or always having your dog with you. Carolla's new book is a hilariously accurate look at what the people born with silver spoons in their mouths have in common with the people whose only utensils are plastic sporks stolen from a Shakey's. To pick up a copy of Adam Carolla's hysterical new book, please click here. To listen to Sean's entire radio interview with the radio funnyman, please click here.

Show Guests

Rick Santorum

Richard John "Rick" Santorum (born May 10, 1958) is a former United States Senator from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Santorum is a member of the Republican Party and was the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. Santorum is considered both a social and fiscal conservative. He is particularly known for his stances on the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Social Security, intelligent design, homosexuality, and the Terri Schiavo case. In March 2007, Santorum joined the law firm Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC. He was to primarily practice law in the firm’s Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. offices, where he was to provide business and strategic counseling services to the firm's clients. In addition to his work with the firm, Santorum also serves as a Senior Fellow with the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C., and was a contributor to Fox News Channel. Santorum is a prospective presidential candidate in 2012. He formed a presidential... More >

Juan Williams

Williams regularly appears on major radio and television programs, notably National Public Radio and the Fox News Channel. He also writes for leading newspapers including The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and has been published in magazines including The Atlantic Monthly and Time.

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