Morsi on His Way Out?
Sean has spent a lot of time the last few weeks analyzing the conflicts in Israel and the threats posed by Egypt and their radical leader Mohammed Morsi. “The President has ignored obvious warning signs including Morsi’s referring to Israeli’s as animals,” offered Hannity, “Democracy is fading fast in Egypt.” “The President wanted to just get past the election and the administration basically got away with lying to the American people,” began Hannity, “For Obama, it was all about the win.” “We knew the attacks in Libya was a terrorist attack,” concluded Hannity, “There was too much to prove this was a terrorist attack.” You can watch more of Sean’s analysis on Egypt here.
Juan Williams and Stuart Varney
Sean was joined by Juan Williams and Stuart Varney to discuss the future of the United States. “It seems that I’m seeing a bunch of Republicans set to roll over and cave with this fiscal cliff,” began Hannity, “They’re not willing to stand on the principles in which they were elected.” “I think there are some who can tolerate getting more revenue from wealthy people,” offered Varney, “That is a shift and yet the left hasn’t shifted at all.” Varney continued, “There is no shift in the left and a tiny shift from the right, I wish we could address this spending problem honestly.” “They’re saying they won’t give in to entitlement reform at all,” an amazed Hannity offered, “Don’t we spend nearly ten billion dollars a day?” “We spend about nine and a half billion dollars a day,” answered Varney, “If you tax people who make over 250,000 a ye ar more, that brings in $82 Billion, which would run the government for 8 and a half days, so clearly taxing the rich doesn’t do anything.” “I’m going to do a little judo on you,” laughed Williams, “If you’re blessed to do business and prosper in America, why aren’t you willing to invest a little more in a country that is in a debt crisis.” If you have a second, check out the US Debt Clock available here, it’s a scary reminder of just how far we fall behind every second.
Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Sean was joined by former Mayor Rudy Giuliani to discuss the attacks in Benghazi. “We knew this was a terrorist attack,” began Hannity, “We knew there were calls for help into our government for help and we saw the requests from the Ambassador and others.” “I don’t think the administration can answer any of these simple questions,” continued Hannity, “I don’t think they can give a rational explanation of why they were blaming a YouTube video two weeks later.” “The President can do anything he wants but I’d say he’s in for a fight if he nominates U.N Ambassador Susan Rice to the position of Secretary of State,” added Giuliani. This afternoon Republican senators, John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte met privately with Rice and left more frustrated than ever with their search for the truth of what happened in Libya. “We’re significantly troubled by many of the an swers that we got,” reported McCain. For more on today’s meeting with Ambassador Rice, click here.
Stuart Varney is a conservative British-American economic journalist, currently working for the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network in the United States. Varney joined Fox News in January 2004 as a business contributor on many shows, such as Your World with Neil Cavuto. Varney will also occasionally serve as guest host for Your World and the shows on the Cost of Freedom business block.
Williams regularly appears on major radio and television programs, notably National Public Radio and the Fox News Channel. He also writes for leading newspapers including The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and has been published in magazines including The Atlantic Monthly and Time.
Rudolph William Louis "Rudy" Giuliani (pronounced /ˈruːdi ˌdʒuːliːˈɑːni/ ;  born May 28, 1944) is an American lawyer , businessman and politician from New York . He served as Mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001. A Democrat and Independent in the 1970s, and a Republican since the 1980s, Giuliani served in the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York , eventually becoming U.S. Attorney . He prosecuted a number of high-profile cases, including ones against organized crime and Wall Street financiers . Giuliani served two terms as Mayor of New York City, having run on the Republican and Liberal lines. He was credited with initiating improvements in the city's quality of life and with a reduction in crime. He ran for the United States Senate in 2000 but withdrew due to being diagnosed with prostate cancer and revelations about his personal life. Giuliani gained international... More >