Rick Santorum Suspends Campaign
Sean began Tuesday’s show with the breaking news that Senator Rick Santorum has suspended his campaign for President citing concern over his young daughter’s health among other issues. “Senator Santorum was really fascinating today,” began Sean, “He talked about why he got into this race in the first place.” Sean continued, “He talked about individuals he met on the road and I can tell you, from my experience in having the great honor to meet people, it’s really great to hear American’s life stories but it’s sad to know that the real unemployment rate is at 27 million. We can do better.” “I have to understand this situation,” offered Sean,” His daughter Bella is the pride and joy of his life,” explained Hannity, “And Senator Santorum certainly added to the overall discourse.” Senator Santorum’s departure has fueled rumors of Newt Gingrich’s departure howe ver the former speaker has flatly denied that.
Colonel Alan West
Congressman and war hero Alan West joined Sean to give his thoughts on the future the Republican nomination. “Ann Coulter has you as her number one choice for VP,” pressed Sean, “What do you think?” “That’s pretty nice of Ann Coulter, I’m her congressional representative,” offered West, “There is no doubt that I would go to God and my family with a decision like that.” On the campaign, West added his thoughts saying, “It’s very clear, leaders don’t talk about what they’ve inherited, they talk about how they’re going to make things better.” Among the many supporters for Alan West’s Vice Presidential candidacy, Herman Cain announced today his support for the Congressman.
The New Black Panther Party
Deneen Borelli, author of the book ,”Blacklash”, and Fox News contributor and daughter of the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Santita Jackson, to discuss the emergence of a new black panther party. News reports recently uncovered a $10,000 bounty that was placed on George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida last month. “This is absolutely outrageous,” began Borelli, “We need our black leaders, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, to stand against this dangerous behavior.” “They have called for a non-violent resolution to this issue,” countered Jackson, “Those of us who have the opportunity to be behind the microphone need to be calling for that.”
Lieutenant Colonel Allen West (US Army, Retired) was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and is third of four generations of military servicemen in his family. His parents instilled in him a very basic principle, love of God and Country. In 2004, when it was time to retire from more than twenty years of service in the US Army, he brought his wife and two young daughters to Broward County, Florida, where he taught high school for one year. He then returned to Afghanistan as an advisor to the Afghan army, an assignment he finished in November 2007.