The Last Debate
Sean kicked off Monday’s show with a preview of tonight’s final debate on foreign policy at Boca Raton’s Lynn University. Sean is down on the ground in Florida, a key battleground state in November’s election, to cover the entire event and will be broadcasting first reactions on Fox directly after the debate. During the debate, you can catch Sean’s live tweeting by visiting Hannity.com or by following Sean @SeanHannity. The latest Rasmussen polls have hit the streets and it’s not good news for President Obama who seems to be lagging behind with supporters in swing states 11 of which has Romney up by 3 points. “Two weeks from tomorrow is the biggest election day of our country’s history,” began Hannity, “This is the most important day for the future of America.” While Sean has spent a lot of time highlighting the importance of this upcoming election, millions of Americans who’re on the unemployment line or who have given up altogether, already know the importance.
Protecting a President
Dan Bongino, former Secret Service agent for President Obama joined Sean to talk about the safety of candidates as we move closer to Election Day. “There have been a dramatic increase in the number of death threats to Governor Romney,” began Hannity, “This seems to have begun after the first debate.” “Obviously threatening the President or a candidate is obviously illegal,” offered Bongino, “What people don’t realize is that it takes away valuable resources because the Secret Service doesn’t have the luxury not to investigate each death threat.” Bongino continued, “You see all these threats, all the threats on twitter, and each one needs to be investigated and these aren’t simple investigations, they’re very time consuming.” The Examiner first reported these increased death threats and it is a curious why the mainstream media hasn’t bothered to run with this story. As we move closer to Election Tuesday, it’s important that we remain vigilant to all the stories that aren’t being reported. Sean will continue to deliver the news you need to know at Hannity.com.
Sean was joined by Pat Buchanan to discuss what Governor Romney needs to do to win tonight’s foreign policy debate. “Romney needs to be very forceful, clear and direct in pointing out this administration’s failure in Benghazi,” offered Hannity, “The utter lack of clarity and response has cost Americans their lives.” “The President is going to try and paint Governor Romney as a warmonger,” offered Buchanan, “Hopefully Governor Romney will stress the ‘peace through strength’ doctrine that was so successful for Eisenhower and Reagan.” Mr. Buchanan wrote a great article this week highlighting the many debate points to be expected in tonight’s debate on foreign policy but his greatest point was just that, tonight Governor Romney needs to convince America that peace through strength is a doctrine that will work.
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.