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Baldwin fired...What about Bashir?

Baldwin Fired..What About Bashir?
Following a confrontation with photographers outside of his New York City home — allegedly calling a paparazzo a gay slur — MSNBC first suspended Alec Baldwin's show, "Up Late," and now they have cancelled it. "If they cancelled Baldwin's show, why haven't they done any to Bashir?" Sean asked incredulously. As you may remember, MSNBC host Martin Bashir delivered a harsh attack on Palin, while attempting to contextualize the horror of slavery for her by detailing some of the cruelty recorded in the diary of Thomas Thistlewood, a British overseer at a Jamaican sugar plantation. Bashir concluded his commentary by suggesting Palin is deserving of the same treatment. "Bashir said that he hopes someone defecates and urinates in Gov. Palin's mouth is so ugly, vile and disgusting - but he didn't even get suspended!" said Sean. "I may actually have to take Baldwin's side here and say that where is the moral equivalency? What are the moral standards over at that network anyway?" added Sean.
Group Paid $1 Million To Generate Positive ObamaCare Stories
With the roll out of ObamaCare being a bigger train wreck than even we could have imagined, one group was given a $1 million grant to help lead a re-branding effort with hopes of salvaging the law in the eyes of the American people. Especially when Obama's approval rating continues to hit all-time lows across the country (Ohio approval rating reaches new low).
According to Joe Schoffstall of CapitolCityProject.com, Families USA (FUSA) — an organization that describes itself as a “national nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the achievement of high-quality, affordable health care for all Americans” — was given a $1.1 million grant by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on October 4, 2013, to gather “success stories” of Americans dealing with ObamaCare and distribute them to the media who often refer to them as an “independent” group. This is part of a greater upcoming effort to bolster the tattered image of the abysmal health care law.
The government isn't good at a lot of things, but it has perfected the art of spending a lot of money on terrible projects destined for failure.

Did The United States Make A Bad Deal With Iran?
The Obama White House appears to be willing to do and say anything to try and change the subject from ObamaCare. For example, instead of talking about the president's big lie that you could keep your doctor, keep your insurance plan - he'd rather lecture us on immigration and even now negotiate with the terrorist regime in Iran. Let's be honest here. Can you blame him for trying to change the subject? According to the latest poll numbers, only four out of 10 Americans actually believe the president can effectively manage the country, which is downright embarrassing. And in that very same survey, a majority of Americans - that's 53 percent - said he is not honest or trustworthy.
Stinging poll numbers are not the only thing sending the administration into a tailspin. Even ultra-liberal lawmakers like Al Franken are beginning to bail on Obamamania. According to reports, "U.S. Senator Al Franken says he's open to a brief delay of the individual mandate that is at the heart of the Affordable Care Act if the federal government's health insurance marketplace is not fixed by the administration's self-imposed December 1 deadline. I think then we have to consider extending the deadline for the mandate, but let's hope that doesn't happen," said Franken when asked what happens if most of the problems with the site are not under control by then. Let's not forget late last week, the department of HHS, headed by the disgraced Kathleen Sebelius, announced that they pushed back the deadline for enrolling in ObamaCare - conveniently after the midterm elections. Are you surprised? Sean was joined in studio on 'Hannity' by Texas Congressmen Louie Gohmert and New Jersey Congressman Leonard Lance with reaction. You can watch the entire interview here.

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