Skip to comments.Hannity and Colmes split up
Posted on 11/24/2008 1:46:22 PM PST by mockingbyrd
Fox News announced that after 12 years, Alan Colmes will be leaving the top-rated "Hannity & Colmes" at the end of the year. I approached Bill Shine (FNCs Senior Vice President of Programming) earlier this year about wanting to move on after 12 years to develop new and challenging ways to contribute to the growth of the network," Colmes said in a statement. "Although its bittersweet to leave one of the longest marriages on cable news, Im proud that both Sean (Hannity) and I remained unharmed after sitting side by side, night after night for so many years. Sean Hannity said Colmes was "a remarkable co-host," "great friend," and "skillful debate partner. Colmes will remain a Fox commentator, and continue hosting "The Alan Colmes Show" on Fox News Radio. Also, he's developing a weekend show.
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Probably heading off to an executive fellating position in the incoming 0bama regime & politburo.
So long, Alan. Hello, Kirsten !!!! (my favorite lib)
He will not be missed, but I just wonder who they have up their sleeve to replace him!
Fox can’t just have a Hannity show. And I couldn’t stand an hour of the radio show reitterated with different guests.
I would like Fox to put Al Franken or Al Gore on across from Sean. Their both self proclaimed “smart people.”
They could call it “All Hannity” as it was with Alan.
The Alan Colmes radio show...now there’s a sop to the Fairness Doctrine.
Good riddance. I may start watching the TV show again depending on what lib they use to replace the Fly.
It's always the same and is getting to be boring most of the time.
I really like him as a person, and love his specials on FNC but can't say the same thing for his radio show.
He will probably be taking a position to help out with the “fairness doctrine”...
What will we do without the “eyebrow?”
Colmes should join the rest of the liberal whackos at MSNBC!
Colmes was just another affirmative action liberal. I doubt his little radio show will last much longer, unless the “fairness doctrine” mandates it be left on the air.
Be still my heart! Happy days are here again. hehe
* Fixed your headline.
He’s actually against it.
Can you imagine being Alan Colmes? Looking at your ratings sheets once a week?
God, how it must suck being Alan Colmes.
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