Can It Be? Sean Feels Badly For Hillary?
Well, almost. The White House announced earlier this afternoon that President Obama has no intention of getting rid of Vice President Biden as his running mate and apparently passed over Hillary Clinton as a potential replacement. Biden has drawn fire for his comment Tuesday that GOP deregulation policies would put people "in chains." "I almost feel badly for Hillary," Sean said jokingly. Republicans are being "ridiculous" and are trying to "distract attention" with their focus on Vice President Biden and his controversial comments earlier this week, White House press secretary Jay Carney said. What about the rest of Biden's "slip ups" over his first 4 years in office? Check out the top gaffes from the mouth of VP Biden by clicking here.
Sununu: Stimulus Option Is A 'Crock Of Crap'
Governor John Sununu of New Hampshire and John Hlinko Democratic Strategist joined Sean to debate the double standard for the Republican party. One needn't look any further than this past week when Vice President Biden's "y'all in chains" was for all intensive purposes swept under a rug. That would not be the case if it was Paul Ryan. The debate shifted quickly to the issue of the economy, with Hlinko making the case that what the country really needs is another stimulus package. "That is what over 90% of economists are saying across the nation," Hlinko explained. Sununu, not waiting a moment to respond, told John Hlinko that his stimulus comment is a "crock of crap." Sununu explained that a stimulus plan would not work and that the last two stimulus' have not worked or done anything to repair the nation's broken economy. In fact, unemployment rose to over 8% - after the stimulus was encouraged and enforced! To listen to the lively debate between Sununu and Hlinko please click here.
Obama Vs. Romney: Which Ticket Has The Real Radicals?
Ever since Governor Romney tapped Congressman Ryan to be his running mate, the president and all of his liberal friends have been trying to paint the pair as radicals. Who are the real radicals in this race? Is it the ticket that has the courage to propose bold ideas getting us back on track and creating jobs? What is radical is a president who blames all of his problems on somebody or something else and also makes promises that he cannot deliver on or keep. Remember when Obama promised the unemployment rate would drop below eight percent? The numbers don't lie, Mr. President. The unemployment rate sits at 8.3 percent. Let's not forget, it was Obama who called President Bush irresponsible and unpatriotic for increasing our national debt. But it is his administration that added almost $6 trillion to the deficit. That's $6 trillion in new Obama debt. This president has no plan or vision, just a bunch of empty promises that the American people are not buying anymore. Hence the campaign we have, dirty tactics. Sean was joined on 'Hannity' by Leslie Marshall and Kimberly Guilfoyle with reaction. To watch the debate please click here.
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.