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Could Obama lose Texas?

That’s Why I Pray
John Rich from the country rock band, Big and Rich, joined Sean to talk about their new song, “That’s Why I Pray” which is dedicated to the preservation of religion in American society. “Regardless of whether you’re a D or an R or an I,” offered Rich, “I think this song crosses all the boundaries in what it talks about.” “How do I put this all together,” laughed Hannity, “You’ve got this song and then you have “Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy.” “My favorite artist is Johnny Cash,” laughed Rich, “In country you’re allowed to be a 360 kind of guy and that’s what I am.” “You’ve been a real friend,” added Hannity, “I appreciate all you do.” To listen to Big and Rich’s new song, “That’s Why I Pray”, click here.

Obama to Lose Texas?
The American Thinker was reporting today that President Obama might get less than fifty percent of Democratic voters in Texas. “This is almost like a vote of no-confidence,” explained Hannity, “If we were in a parliamentary system.” Sean continued the analysis, “I don’t see how President Obama could win North Carolina and he has to worry about Wisconsin.” Sean continued, “I don’t believe there is any chance that the President will win Florida, especially since I think Rubio will be on the ticket.” “Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, Iowa and Virginia,” laid out Hannity, “I could see Virginia going to Obama but that will be a hard fight.” If you haven’t had a chance yet, check out Sean’s political map that highlights the key issues in each state that the candidates will have to consider. For more from the American Thinker, click here.

Pat Buchanan
Sean was joined by former presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan to discuss the 2012 campaign. “Before I went on vacation, Mitt Romney said he’d repudiate any ad with Jeremiah Wright,” began Hannity, “Now the left is saying Donald Trump can’t campaign with Romney and I’m thinking it’s a mistake to take anything off the table.” “I thought specifically the Jeremiah Wright issue in 2008 was a perfectly legitimate issue,” agreed Buchanan, “As soon as a Republican allows their adversaries to set limits on what they can talk about, that’s a formula for certain defeat.” Sean is so passionate about this issue, in large part because he’s seen many a candidate suffer a tragic fate at the hands of the mainstream media.

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Pat Buchanan

Patrick Joseph "Pat" Buchanan (born November 2, 1938) is an American conservative political commentator, author, syndicated columnist, politician and broadcaster. Buchanan was a senior advisor to American presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan, and was an original host on CNN's Crossfire. He sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1992 and 1996. He ran on the Reform Party ticket in the 2000 presidential election.

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