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Perry endorses Gingrich

Left-Leaning Smear Campaign
As things heat up in the GOP Presidential race more and more smear campaigns from the left-leaning media are coming to light as well. A clearly annoyed Sean took the Thursday airwaves vowing to dispel many of the outright lies being spewed by the liberal media. One lie in particular surfaced this week in which the media accused Mitt Romney of paying a very low tax rate – even though he’s a multi-millionaire. “It’s just not factually accurate,” Sean said adamantly. “It’s not honest, it’s not truthful. I don’t care what his network is quite frankly. None of this is any of our business. Did anybody look to see how much money John Kerry had? Did John Kerry have an ex-wife? Did they go find and interview her,” Sean said referencing the interview of Newt’s ex-wife. So what is the media doing here? “They are taking the false narrative of the Democrats and they’re doing the bidding of Ba rack Obama,” Sean steamed. To listen to Sean’s entire opening monologue about the media smear campaign please click here.

Bank of America Stadium: Tax Payer Stadium
Obama giving speech at stadium named by bailed-out Bank of America The Democratic National Committee has just announced that "The Anointed One" will now be delivering his grand presidential nomination acceptance speech from none other than the Bank of America stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Let's not forget the deeply troubled Bank of America, which is headquartered in Charlotte, was the proud recipient of a taxpayer funded $45 billion bailout during the financial crisis. Sean was joined by Michelle Malkin who pointed out that the 74,000-seat stadium will open the doors for DNC fundraisers to reward big donors with perks like fancy sky boxes, special access, VIP packages. “Wait, I thought this was supposed to be the people's convention hosted by the party of the 99 percent?” Sean asked sarcastically. To watch Sean’s entire interview with Michelle Malkin please click here.

Can Gingrich Win?
Political consultant Ed Rollins, CEO of Insider Advantage Matt Towery and Michael Barone, Fox News contributor, joined Sean to discuss the recent news that Governor Rick Perry has decided to back out of the race and endorse Newt Gingrich. “This has been a bad week for Romney and a good week for Newt,” began Barone, “I guess we’ll see this Saturday.” “Romney, in the end has the money and the organization,” explained Towery, “My impression has been that they don’t feel like reaching out to the conservative crowd because they think they’ll come with him anyway against Obama but you can’t be sure of that.” With the news that Governor Perry has suspended his campaign and endorsed Newt Gingrich, the battle for the non-Romney vote continues, stronger than ever. For more on Governor Perry’s resignation, click here.

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J.C. Watts

J. C. Watts, Jr. (born November 18, 1957) is an American politician and Canadian Football League player from Oklahoma. Watts served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1995 to 2003 as a Republican, representing the 4th congressional district in south-central Oklahoma.

Sarah Palin

Sarah Louise Palin ( ˈpeɪlɨn ( help · info ); née Heath ; born February 11, 1964) is an American politician who served as Governor of Alaska from 2006 until her resignation in 2009 . She was the Republican candidate for Vice President of the United States in 2008. Palin was a member of the Wasilla, Alaska , city council from 1992 to 1996 and the city's mayor from 1996 to 2002. After an unsuccessful campaign for Lieutenant Governor of Alaska in 2002, she chaired the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission from 2003 until her resignation in 2004. She was elected Governor of Alaska in November 2006. Palin became the first female governor of Alaska and the youngest person ever elected governor of that state. In 2008, Republican presidential candidate John McCain chose Palin as his running mate in that year's presidential election , making her the second female candidate and the first Alaskan candidate of either major party on a... More >