Skip to comments.Hannity Defends Palinís Waterboarding Remarks: ĎThatís the Way America Rollsí
Posted on 04/29/2014 7:07:08 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Sean Hannity has come to Sarah Palins defense after the former Alaska governor told an NRA rally over the weekend that if she were president, Americas enemies would know that waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists. Hannity agreed with Palin on his radio show, saying, Thats the way America rolls.
Well what do you want to do with terrorists? Hannity asked any critics out there who disagreed with Palins sentiments. He laid out a hypothetical scenario where someone kidnapped his three children and he had the chance to interrogate them into telling him where they were. Would you want to baptize by waterboarding the guy who took your three children? he asked. I think would. As a matter of fact, it wouldnt really be much of a question. I think Id baptize them again and again and again until I found out where my kids are.
The host predicted that all those liberals out there listening to him would also do whatever it took to get their children back. So, he wondered, why should it be any different with terrorists?
Thats the way we roll, Hannity said. Thats the way America rolls.
Listen to audio below, via The Sean Hannity Show:
The day after Palin made her comments, she told a reporter for NBC News that she would absolutely say the same thing again. Terrorists who want to annihilate Americans, innocent Americans, our children whatever it takes to stop them, she said. If I were in charge, Id be stoppin em.
Watch Palins original remarks below, via the NRA:
I was repulsed by that comment.
And you’ll do what because of that repulsion?
Hannity is so stupid it hurts.
Not a fan of people looking for trivial reasons to bash Palin. Especially when Baptism is not a word owned by any faith.
I am repulsed by your comment.
Everyone of our Combat Veterans has had one of those.
Forgive me for not shedding tear for Johnny Jihad getting wet.
I thought I was the only one.
Palin was great in her comments. These people think that they are going to tell us how to talk and think. It aint gonna happen. I want to baptize all these Wahhabi bastards.
And I guess you would be repulsed by the term “baptism under fire”. So sad.
What iwould I do? Not vote for someone who never runs for office?
It was a metaphor — not sacrilegious in the least.
Nope. You are not alone. I am fed up with whining victims that act like they came straight too DU lately every time someone OFFENDS them with a bit of harsh language. Bundy, the Sterling thing, this...
Man the hell up Freepers.
I am going to Say This Again. And Again until it sticks.
Our Combat Veterans have been Baptized Twice:
Once in Water
Once in Flames.
All this must be just fine: http://youtu.be/kUox_hQAih8?t=3m53s
I do not shed tears for Johnny Jihad and F***Face Getting Wet.
Man the hell up Freeper. Then get over yourself.
There's a hole in that logic.
Actually “baptism of fire” was originally used to describe Christian martyrdom.
And yet, over the years it has been used to describe those that have been in combat and nobody ever called it a sacrilegious references to baptism.
Sarah uses it in other than a religious context and all hell breaks loose. LOL!