The Big Night
Heading into tonight’s big debate, Democratic strategist John Hlinko and Washington Examiner political analyst Michael Barone tackle the most recent polls. “The polls have been going on since the last debate and they show states that were never in play are now,” began Hannity, “Obviously tonight’s debate is very important.” “According to PEW 41% expect Obama to do better in the second debate,” began Barone, “I think the problem is that Obama doesn’t have a clear second term agenda.” “Investing in the future,” retorted Hlinko, “Bringing the deficit down is his agenda.” Hlinko continued, “This race is going to be tight but the one prediction I’m going to make is that we’ll know more after tonight but debates matter.” “There are more voters movable than there were in 2004,” added Barone, “Karl Rove used to say there were 7% moveable but I think there are more like 14% movable.” What does that all mean? It means tonight’s debate performance will matter immensely for both candidates.
The Ryan Girl
It was 2008 when Obama’s biggest fan, Obama Girl, Amber Lee Ettinger supported President Obama in her controversial youtube video that hit the internet like wildfire. Just a few years later, Sean Hannity was able to get Ettinger to admit that Obama Mania was dying. In an interview with Ettinger in 2011, Sean got Ettinger to acknowledge, “I’d have to wait and see but at least I’m not the Edwards girl!” Four years later, Maredith Walker has joined the debate as “Paul Ryan’s Girl.” “I interviewed Obama Girl and she’s changed her position, she’s not so wrapped up in Obama-Mania,” laughed Hannity, “What has the reaction been?” “It’s been really interesting,” laughed Walker, “I’ve met a bunch of really nice conservatives.” “I really appreciated what Ryan had to say,” con tinued Walker, “When Ryan talked about the young people moving back into their parent’s homes and looking at their faded Obama posters.” To watch “The Ryan Girl” video, click here.
Sean was joined by Donald Trump to break down tonight’s big debate. “I have a feeling that something monumental will happen before the election,” began Trump, “The sole reason for doing that something will be the election and Mitt will have to be very strong in saying the reason that it happened.” “In other words if he thinks there’s a wag the dog then say it,” clarified Hannity. “I think you have to,” quickly retorted Trump. “You’ve probably negotiated three or four bigger deals this morning than Obama has done in his life,” pressed Hannity, “This is that big of an election.” “Romney is going to be attacked because he doesn’t want to lose his position in life,” advised Trump, “Obama is going to be better than he was in the first debate and there’s much more pressure on Obama than there is on Mitt. Romney did so well in the first debate that the pressure is on the President.” “I hate tonight’s format,” added Hannity, “I don’t think the President will do as bad because the questions are coming from undecided voters, who is undecided with three weeks to go?” It’s clear from the many questions that Donald Trump is not among tonight’s undecided voters. To hear Sean’s entire interview with Donald Trump, click here.