Coulter Discusses Rice For VP?
Ann Coulter joined Sean in the show's second hour to talk about her upcoming book set to be released on October 2nd called, "Mugged - Racial Demagoguery from the 70's to Obama." Coulter weighed in on the rumors circulating that Governor Romney might select Condi Rice as his Vice President. Coulter felt Rice was an excellent choice and would help confront the race baiting from the Obama administration. Coulter believes Rice has exceptional experience with foreign affairs and has expertise necessary to deal with both the House and Senate. Ann told Sean that she would like to see someone team up with Romney that could bring elements to the White House that are missing from his life experience as a Governor and businessman. Coulter claimed that if Rice is not chosen, Romney should look to someone who knows about Congressional "politics" and has experience in getting things done on the hill. To listen to Sean's entire radio interview with Ann Coulter please click here.
Obama Damaging His Credibility With 'Dishonest' Romney Attacks?
We are only 116 days away from Election Day 2012 and it appears that the presumptive Republican nominee has heard just about enough of President Barack Obama's deceptive rhetoric. Because today, the Romney campaign is striking back in a big way against the blatant lies that are being told by the left about his business background. When the president does not tell the truth to the American people, how you can trust him to lead? To help answer that question, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Sean on 'Hannity'. “I think his big problem is that he can't run on his record. So, he can't say to the American people the way Ronald Reagan did, you know, this morning in America, I inherited a terrible economy and I made it much, much better. He's got to say, I inherited a bad economy, I made it much worse,” said Giuliani. “So, what did he have to do? He's got to distort, he's got to misrepresent, he's got to do everything he can to tarnish Mitt Romney, who happens to be an enormously successful businessman.” To watch Sean's entire interview with the former New York City mayor, please click here.
All American Panel Discuss Rice For VP
Angela McGlowan Fox New Political Analyst, Dana Perino Co-Host of the Five and Dr. Anthea Butler Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania joined Sean and discussed the presidential race and how Obama has used scare tactics because he doesn't have anything else to use in his re-election strategy. All three of the guests felt that it is very uncouth for the president to call Mitt Romney a felon. Both Obama and Romney supporters were appalled by the Obama camp's attack, and in fact this propelled the media to retract any positive news stories that they may have written over this weekend about the Obama team getting their "mojo" back. Anthea explained that a lot less people will be at the voting polls because of the voter ID laws. Anthea thinks this is a negative thing as there are many people who have extenuating circumstances as to why they can not obtain an ID. Sean shifted the conversation to the suggestion of Condi Rice as a VP candidate. Anthea believed that Condi Rice would only serve as a reminder of the President Bush years and that it would not be a wise choice for the Romney campaign to bring up the memories of the Bush administration. Dana, who is close friends with Rice, having worked with her for many years, believed that she would be a very good pick and offer a level headed approach. Angela believed a Romney/Rice ticket could be a successful match, however, she feels that her more liberal position on issues like abortion could prove to be a problem.
Ann Hart Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is an American social and political commentator , best-selling author , and syndicated columnist . She frequently appears on television, radio, and as a speaker at public and private events. Well-known for her conservative political opinions and the controversial ways in which she defends them, Coulter has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot" and, unlike "broadcasters," does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced."