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A Week Of Massive Screw-ups At The DNC

A Week Of Massive Screw-ups At The DNC
Sean kicked off Thursday's show live from Charlotte, NC by detailing some of the massive screw-ups by Democrats at this week's convention. "One screw-up are these contradictory answers to the question of whether we're better off now than four years ago. You get answers from no to maybe, incomplete or we're not sure. The president himself gave himself an 'incomplete' grade contradicting himself from a year ago," Sean explained {see video here). The second screw-up involves the DNC's decision to move Obama's speech indoors supposedly because of the fear of rain. "The weather forecast says there is a zero percent chance of rain tonight. The real reason for the venue change is that Democrats feared Obama would be giving a speech to a half-empty stadium," Sean described.

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Congressman Kucinich
Congressman Dennis Kucinich joined Sean to share his thoughts of the Democratic National Convention. Kucinich explained that while he does not agree with all the things that the President stands for, he does believe that Obama overall is the right person for the job. The Congressman agreed with Sean that the DNC had a few miss-steps this week but argued that Democrats do not have malicious intentions. Ultimately, Kucinich told Sean that the vice president and president will be the right ticket, and the party will back him. To listen to Sean's entire interview with Congressman Kucinich please click here.

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DNC Floor Erupts Over Restoring God, Jerusalem To Platform
Democrats are still struggling to come to terms with the brief, but raucous, floor fight that erupted yesterday at their convention over the restoration of references to God and Jerusalem as Israel's capital to the official platform. Sean invited the Rev. Jesse Jackson to 'Hannity' to get his take on the floor fight. "I really think that Jesus at one point says, lord is not the issue. It is not the name of God, it's the will that's at stake here. And that means that we must focus not just on whether we name god, Ali, Allah, Yaweh, Aluwen but that we feed the hungry," Jackson explained. The battle marked the biggest platform fight so far and signaled Democrats were worried the prior language could have been politically damaging in a down to the wire election year. To watch Sean's interview with Rev. Jackson, please click here.

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Dennis Kucinich

Dennis John Kucinich (born October 8, 1946) is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives and was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in the 2004 and 2008 elections. Through his various governmental positions and campaigns, Kucinich has attracted attention for consistently delivering "the strongest liberal" perspective. This perspective and his actions, such as bringing articles of impeachment against President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, and being the only Democratic candidate in the 2008 election to vote against invading Iraq, has often been in sharp contrast to the moderate tone the Democratic Party often adopted before the outcome of the 2008 elections.