Libyan Foreign Policy in 1985 vs 2012
Colonel Oliver North joined Sean to discuss President Obama’s foreign policy, specifically on the attacks on America’s embassy in Benghazi. “There were calls for help and we had military assistance less than an hour away,” began Hannity, “When are we going to get the answers to why we didn’t send military assistance.” “The bottom line is that the White House had a chance to do something about it and they did nothing,” an angry North argued, “A week from today we need to fire our Commander-in-Chief because this President has proven his incompetence.” “We won’t find out the truth until after the election,” continued North, “When Ronald Reagan had minutes to decide what to do when hijackers captured the MS Achille Lauro and Reagan read the rules of engagement and acted within fifteen minutes.” “God willing we won’t have a second term for Obama,” concluded North. “My guess is that things will come to a head in the Middle East and North Africa,” conclude Hannity, “I’m looking at the world right now and we’re going to look back at this point in history as the rise of the radical Islamists, and that’s why we need a leader who can lead.” If you take some time to compare President Obama’s policy toward Libyan terrorists with that of Ronald Reagan’s in this video, you can see just how far we have come.
Putting a Face to Benghazi
Sean spent some time earlier this week trying to put a face to brutal attacks in Benghazi. Last night, Sean was joined by Charles Woods whose son Tyrone was a Navy Seal who was killed in action during the attacks. “We have learned so much in the aftermath of this attack,” began Hannity, “We learned that while the embassy was under attack there was a request for security that was denied while the State Department was watching in real time.” “Right, I knew something was wrong when I went back to Washington, D.C., it was just obvious that this was a long drawn out battle,” offered Woods, “Why was there no immediate air support, now it has come out that the pleas for help were turned down by the White House.” While it’s obvious that this cover-up is slowly reaching to the White House, it’s not clear yet if Americans are willing to hold President Obama accountable for the attacks in Benghazi, something we’ll fin d out next week. To watch Sean’s interview with Charles Woods, click here.
Sean was joined by Ann Coulter, author of the book Mugged, to discuss the latest round of pro-Obama ads including this one starring Lena Dunham who was equating a vote for Barack Obama to a woman’s first sexual experience. “These are desperate ads,” argued Hannity. “Earlier in the year, Coulter made headlines on Sean’s show by telling our audience that Obama’s base is made up of stupid single women who want the government to be their husbands.” You can see The David Packman Show trying to discredit Ann’s opinion by using Sean’s interview but the truth is, especially after seeing this advertisement, that she might very well be right. If we think, even for a moment, that Lena Dunham’s ad speaks to President Obama’s record or his approach to controversy in Benghazi, job creation and deficit spending, all things that men and women care so much about, we’re sadly mistaken. That was the point that Ann and Sean were trying to make. To watch this controversial ad, click here.
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."
Oliver Laurence North (born October 7, 1943) is a retired United States Marine Corps officer. Currently, he is a political commentator, host of War Stories with Oliver North on Fox News Channel, a military historian, and a New York Times best-selling author.