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Hannity interviews George Zimmerman

Well, FOX just pulled an ABC/CNN editing job on the Zimmerman interview.

I think Zimmerman has been treated horribly by the media, but I’m not sure he did himself any favors last night.  Overall, he was flat and made some statements that are going to haunt him.  I’m wondering what’s with these attorneys allowing their clients to go on tv for interviews, as in this case and also in Sandusky.

I felt the following statements were going to be picked up for replay and they are cold:

Hannity: “Is there anything that you regret? Do you regret getting out of the  car to follow Trayon that night?”

Zimmerman:  No, sir.

Hannity asked. “Do you regret that you had a gun that night?”

“No, sir,” Zimmerman, 28, replied. “I feel that it was all God’s plan and not for me to second-guess it or judge it.”

(Cringe)  That is a stunning statement.

FOX just played this clip, but they cut it off just before the “I feel that it was all God’s plan…..”

I don’t know what he meant by that, because how could it have been “all God’s plan?”  But whatever he meant, he did say it and it should not have been edited out.  Misleading.  That does not accurately inform the person who did not watch the interview.

P. S.:  Well, now they are doing a segment discussing the “God’s plan” quote, but still the tape was edited to exclude it earlier this morning.

Posted:  07.19.12 A. D. @ 10:28 a.m.

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STORM WASHINGTON D.C. ON NOVEMBER 5, 2009

Rep. Michele Bachmann is calling all Americans to join her on the steps of the Capital Building in Washington DC on Thursday November 5th

Rep Michele Bachmann, R-MN has just announced a “storm the capitol” next Thursday, November 5th at 12:00 Noon.

This appears to be in conjunction with Vets for Freedom on the same day.

Any and everyone that can make it to the US Capitol, Washington, DC to meet Rep Bachmann on the Capitol steps at 12:00 noon is desperately needed.

Watch Rep Bachman on Hannity Friday night:

Pass this on.  Any and everyone who can make it , GO TO WASHINGTON  DC.  On November 5th, 2009.

They don’t think they have to listen, they are still not listening, but just go along their merry way with lies and deceptions.  That in itself is enough reason to storm the halls of Congress.  They have not been honest about this bill.  Some in Congress should be in jail right along with Bernie Madoff.  They are no less criminals, they just use tax money, which actually makes them lower than Bernie Madoff.

YOU CANNOT FORCE AMERICANS TO PURCHASE A PRODUCT OR SERVICE AGAINST THEIR WILL AND UNDER PENALTY OF FINE OR JAIL

See what Ms. Pelosi has to say about it.  Not much.  She just says, “Are you serious?” when asked about the constitutionality.

Posted:  10.31.09

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MSNBC continues to misrepresent Limbaugh’s statement

MSNBC continues to spread the lie that Rush Limbaugh said he wanted Obama to fail.  He did not.  Here is what Rush Limbaugh actually said, word for word, in his interview with Sean Hannity:

LIMBAUGH:  Look, he’s my president. The fact that he is historic is irrelevant to me now. It matters not at all. I — if he is going to implement a far left — look it. I think it’s already decided. $2 trillion in stimulus? The growth of government. I think the intent here is to create as many dependant Americans as possible looking to government for their hope and salvation.

If he gets nationalized health care, I mean, it’s over, Sean. We’re never going to roll that back. That’s the end of America as we have known it because that’s then going to set the stage for everything being government owned, operated, or provided.

Why would I want that to succeed? I don’t believe in that. I know that’s not how this country is going to be great in the future, it’s not what made this country great.

So I shamelessly say, no, I want him to fail, if his agenda is a far-left collectivism, some people say socialism, as a conservative heartfelt, deeply, why would I want socialism to succeed?

This is a pretty typical statement.  I believe the same thing.  I hope to God Obama’s policies fail, “if his agenda is a far-left collectivism.”

How do they get away with this gross misrepresentation of what he said? But better yet, why do they do this?  This is not a mistake, it is a deliberate, intentional lie to say that he wanted Obama to fail and then not include the rest of the sentence, after the comma, and in its full context.  And they keep repeating it.

MSNBC hold themselves out as a legitimate news organization, “the place for politics,” and they do things like this all the time.

And they have Keith Olbermann, who for years blasted President Bush, and continues his tirades, and at the same time they have him covering the elections, the inauguration, the debates, all giving him the status and air of an unbiased journalist.  Imagine if Rush Limbaugh replaced Olbermann and it was Rush who would be covering politics, the elections, maybe even moderating a presidential debate.  Wonder how that would go over?  Robert Gibbs would have a baby over that.

Posted:  03.05.09

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Camille Paglia: Democrats have betrayed the soul of the party to mention Fairness Doctrine

New Audio: Camille Paglia Blisters Democrats for Pushing Return to ‘Fairness Doctrine.’

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Ms. Paglia:  “They’ve totally betrayed the soul of the party to even mention this.”

Breitbart tv has an audio of Camille Paglia ripping the efforts of the democrat party to bring back the Fairness Doctrine. Listening to her brings back memories of the democrat party as it used to be, all about freedom and fairness, not the party of control and of the elite that is today. And it is getting worse every single day. I say this as a former democrat that the party left behind. It’s hardly recognizable in its present form.

I want to try to make a transcript of what she is saying, if I can, but in the meantime, anyone with the time will not be sorry they listened to this.

Audio Here.

UPDATE:

I did it, the best I could.

This is not an exact transcript of her words, but it is an excerpt to give a feel for what she said. It’s still worth it to listen to the audio to hear the inflections in her voice.

When asked about the Fairness Doctrine Ms. Paglia said:

“I don’t get it.  I don’t get it.

The essence of the 1960’s was about free speech.  That’s what Lenny Bruce and Berkley were about.  It was about free speech.

And not for one second should the government be wandering into the surveillance or montoring of the ideological content of talk radio.

They have betrayed the soul of the democrat party to even mention this.

Every true liberal democrat should be standing up in defense of talk radio no matter how heinous they may think what is being said is.

This is immature — immature for people of one party to try to squelch or erase the thoughts of another.

Liberals have a strangle hold on the major media and have had for 50 years.

What more do liberals want?

Talk radio rose as a counter to that fact. And I talk as a democrat.

Liberals for some odd reason cannot command the medium that is talk radio. AM radio is a distinct medium. The voice of AM radio is the voice of the people, the voice of the working class, lower middle class, the voice of early rock and roll and liberals have got to wake up.

I am a professor of humanities and media study and I see talk radio as coming out of the great tradition of our popular arts going back to vaudeville.

Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh and others have recreated a feeling from the early days of tv when everybody watched Ed Sullivan.  You didn’t have to like Ed Sullivan but it was a shared experience.  These guys have worked their way up from the bottom – from nothing and it’s the audience that voted them in. It’s not some conspiracy, that’s an idea that comes from the ivy league that there’s somehow some conspiracy.  That’s an idea from the 1930’s, from a period of fascism.  The mass audience votes with the dollar whether it’s for movies, for tv, or for radio.”

Posted: 02.16.09  Updated:  02.16.09 @9:19 pm.

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IMUS on Hannity tonight

Imus is going on Hannity (FOX News Channel) tonight to be interviewed.  Can hardly believe it. Imus doesn’t do interviews.  He did talk to Barbara Walters, I remember, but this is a very rare occasion and I won’t miss it.  Oh, and Cavuto but it was by remote and not a sit-down interview. Two nights, 14th and 15th.

See Imus Times.

And Here’s a little insight into the Imus family and all they do for good.  As to the “vegan lifestyle” I have always thought Imus would benefit by a little red meat, but what do I know?  🙂

American Profile featuring the Imus Ranch for Kids with Cancer.

Posted:  01.14.09

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Obama Interviewed by Jon Stewart

Now, come on, Barack, I like Sean Hannity and I would love to have a beer with you.  You’re a very cute and charming guy.  I just don’t want that “fundamental change” you’re talking about – fundamental as in right down to the Constitution.

This is a funny clip.

Well, it was a funny clip.  It has been removed from YouTube. 

But you can see it Here: 

http://blog.indecision2008.com/2008/10/30/barack-obama-appears-on-the-daily-show/

Posted:  10.30.08

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Sean Hannity to Replace Gwen Ifill

And if he can’t make, Bill O’Reilly or Rush Limbaugh will take over.

Kidding, of course.  But we are going to have Gwen Ifill moderate the Vice Presidential Debate on Thursday night, the same Gwen Ifill who has written a book, “Breakthrough, Politics and Race in the Age of Obama” to be released in January,2009, and has expressed her opinion more than once, as she did after Sarah Palin’s speech at the Republican Convention, barely disguising her disgust. (video below)

But as many are insisting this morning that Ifill will be impartial and fair to Palin, I am sure they wouldn’t be the least bit worried if this scenario were true and Sean Hannity would replace Ifill and moderate the debate.  As Bob Schrum said this morning, “Well, let’s just wait until after the debate and see how she does.”  Okay.

I’m sure she will be fair.  I’m positive Sean Hannity would be fair, but we could wait and see how he does.

Posted:  10.01.08

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