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Losing focus?

Losing Focus?
Sean started Tuesday's show by discussing last night's GOP debate. The debate, televised by NBC, reached 7.5 million viewers, the second highest audience to date. However, for Sean, the debate was rather lackluster. "Last night's debate was a snooze-fest," said Sean. "More importantly, the back and forth, the who makes what, Freddie Mac, Bain Capital - we're getting off course here. It seems that these debates are not helping anyone in the end," Sean added. In fact, Newt Gingrich today announced he would skip all future debates if the audience isn't allowed to participate { Article} "This is just not where I want to be in terms of the debate. We have a president tonight who is going to deliver his fourth and hopefully his last State of the Union Address. The State Of The Union is very bad, thanks to Obama. Two thirds of the country think we're on the wrong track which is more than last year," Sean said. In polling since 1940 there have only been four previous presidents who have started their re-election year at less than fifty percent. Only one of them went on to win a second term - Richard Nixon in 1972. "This dirty throwing back and forth [between GOP candidates] is getting ugly and I don't think that they're focused on the mission of winning the nomination. We're losing our focus here," Sean concluded.

Romney Gives 15x More To Charity Than Obama
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and his wife Michelle gave $10,772 of the $1.2 million they earned from 2000 through 2004 to charities, or less than 1 percent, according to tax returns for those years released today by his campaign. In 2010 Romney gave 13.7% of his income to charity and is estimated to give 19% for 2011. It was also reported by the USA Today that Vice President Joe Biden gave only $369 to charity! "Mitt Romney gives millions to charity and Biden give 369 bucks. Cough it up Joe! Liberals are always generous with other peoples' money!" an incredulous Sean said.

Fred Thompson endorses Newt Gingrich on 'Hannity'
Senator Fred Thompson has spent much of his life in Washington both as a lawyer and later as a senator from the great state of Tennessee. In 2008, following his own run for the White House, he endorsed fellow GOP candidate John McCain. Yesterday, Fred Thompson joined Sean on "Hannity"with an exclusive to announcement of who he is supporting in 2012 for the Republican nomination - Newt Gingrich. Thompson expressed his deep concerns over the direction Obama is taking the country. "I think we're at a tipping point in this country. I think there are going to be more people in the wagons soon than are pulling the wagon. Almost half the people are on some federal government program. Almost half the people pay no federal income tax," Thompson explained. After much deliberation, Thompson felt Gingrich is the right choice to lead America out of the doldrums. "I have come to the growing realization for me anyway that Newt Gingrich is the guy who can articulate what America is all about. American exceptionalism can make the case and not just read the talking points or do it off the teleprompter." You can watch Sean's entire interview with Fred Thompson by clicking here.

Show Guests

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.

Rev. Jesse Peterson

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson is the founder and president of two dynamic organizations: BOND (Brotherhood Organization Of A New Destiny), a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to "Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man," and BOND Action, a 501(c)4 organization whose purpose is to educate, motivate and rally Americans to greater involvement in the moral, cultural and political issues that threaten our great country. In 2011, he founded The South Central L.A. Tea Party. He also hosts "The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show" M-F, 6-9 a.m. Pacific, 9-12 noon Eastern. Rev. Peterson is the most courageous, outspoken critic of the liberal left and the so-called “black leadership” in America today. Often referred to as the “antidote to Jesse Jackson”, Jesse Lee Peterson is also the man behind the National Boycott of the NAACP, believing the organization to be nothing more than a tool of the “elite, socialist” elements of the Democratic Party. For... More >

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