Skip to comments.Honey, I Shrunk the President
Posted on 10/05/2012 1:54:36 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
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Jake Tapper has so many frowns when he is on camera that he will be needing Botox very soon, IMO.
My local Reno TV cut away. I didn’t get to see the stage fill up.
He was very, very angry. Did you see the photo of him and his lovely wife right afterwards? She was truly furious!””
Happy Anniversary, Honey!
His Blackberry needs to be taken away from him & someone competant needs to examine his ears for a VERY small earpiece into which his handlers are giving remarks.
How come the smartest man in the world didn’t know about high altitude?
Got HIGH too many times in the past on drugs??
Mark Levin holds Hannity in high regard as guess what? A conservative.
Is mark wrong about Sean?
Did you know that Hannity is not a Republican? As I recall, he is registered as Conservative party. The last few years Hannity has come around and is now as much a tea party conservative as anyone on the radio. He didn't used to be but I think he's evolved over the years. I've heard him take it to Rino's as harshly as Levin or anyone else for that matter. He is respectful and not rude to any of his guests, however, even if they're from the hard left, though that should be considered part of his job, I guess. If he was nasty all the time he wouldn't get anyone from the left to interview on his show. He still has a way of getting under their skin and peeling the onion. Just in a kinder manner, I think.
I'm am not a Hannity-bot by any means, but I think he is more and more conservative lately and deserves credit for fighting the left along with Rush and Levin, etc. that's the only reason I pointed out that he should be included because in my opinion, he's a bulldog for our side and he deserves to be included and credited for his efforts.
A lot of people are turned off by Hannity's delivery, I think. But to say he's not conservative, well I can't think of anything he's said in the past year or two that wasn't conservative. If you haven't listened to him lately maybe give him another shot.
I agree with you on Medved, though, he is center right at best and comes from a very religious Jewish perspective.
Interesting evaluation on their part, no doubt written with long, tear-streaked faces and testicles sucked up into chests.
Democrats have always surprised with their willingness to descend to offend. Here they offer us a nice balance between delicate Art Nouveau pen work, on the one hand, and vulgar mental imagery -- as if someone were actually going to dismember a crowd of women the way Charles Manson's gang did.
What do you do with people determined to offend?
All hail the courageous Breitbart and his jolly co-conspirators. Breitbart, who may have paid for his impiousness toward the power-mad with his life.
I still want to know how he really died.
Well, to say someone has the Good Housekeeping Seal of Lie-beral Refusal from a die-hard, come-and-get-me-you-faggy-bastards conservative like Levin no doubt means something, but I've just formed a different impression of Hannity during the primaries, and I came to the conclusion he wants to align with the RiNO High Command and beat Democrats, rather than take it to them (as you say he has done, but I never have heard him do that).
I still think Hannity's position, shorn of self-applied labels and recusal to register as a Republican, has been, over the last year, largely MOR Establishment Republican, aligned with Romney and Hugh Christie and Alan Simpson and his Loggie pals. Sorry, but I think that's where Hannity comes from. He wants to talk about "economic" and "fiscal" not "social" conservatism, and if socons and traditional morality -- the foundation-block of the Republic -- fall off the truck, well, that's politics, that's life, and the constitution and society 'grow', you know. There are no bright red lines for Sean, I don't think. I think he's a relativist.