Sean's Advice for Governor Romney
Sean kicked off Monday’s show talking about his vacation and what he sees is important for the next 120 days before Election Day. “I only have one bit of caution for the Romney campaign,” began Hannity, “There’s no doubt that Governor Romney will be far better for this country but he has got to fight back.” Hannity continued, “If you go back to his primary campaign, Newt Gingrich had two unbelievable debates in South Carolina and turned a double-digit deficit into a double-digit victory.” “Romney can’t wait 120 days to fight back,” an angry Hannity rolled, “He has to hold this President accountable and the only success he can hang his hat on is getting Bin Laden.” The latest polls from the Rasmussen Reports show Governor Romney with far from a double-digit lead at 46% to President Obama’s 45% so Sean’s advice is likely very sound advice. It’ll be interesting to see if Governor Romney is listening. To read the latest Rasmussen Reports, click here.
Sean was joined by Pat Buchanan to discuss controversial statements he made this past week on the McLaughlin Group. When asked when The United States would elect a female President, Buchanan answered, “2040 or 2050,” when pressed as to whether that was too long a guess he responded, “Let’s hope so.” “This was a joke,” flatly explained Buchanan, “When I was nominated for President, I nominated for my running mate an African-American woman.” “If the liberal media had made a joke like this nothing would’ve been said,” a frustrated Hannity offered. You can watch the exchange between Pat Buchanan and Newsweek’s Eleanor Clift here and judge for yourself but it certainly appears Mr. Buchanan’s record of supporting women in leadership roles was done many years before these controversial statements.
With 120 days left before Election Day, Sean spent some time letting all of us know what we can do to prepare for November. “There’s so much at stake here,” began Hannity, “The single best thing you can do is fully and completely engage.” Hannity continued, “When you go out to dinner or talk to your friends, engage them, or you may want to get involved in a campaign.” If you haven’t taken the time, you should definitely visit Hannity.com and check out Sean’s Political Map. http://www.hannity.com/politicalmap While you’re there, you can trade stories and meet fellow conservatives who’re looking toward November in the Hannity Forums. http://forums.hannity.com/ As Sean has said many times, “This upcoming election is potentially the most important of our generation.”
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.