Monday, March 24, 2008

Waterboarding Sean Hannity should not only be legal, it should be MANDATORY.

     Malik Shabazz of the New Black Panther party was a guest a few nights ago on the "lose-a-few-IQ-points" B.S.-fest Hannity & Colmes on The War Channel. The topic was Rev. Jeremiah Wright---The War Channel's current fave. They replay footage of the Good Reverand much as a young child absent-mindedly replays SpongeBob DVDs.
     Brain-dead yutz Sean "Hairspray" Hannity was screaming about Rev. Wright, and said, "What I don't think you're understanding here, Malik, is that you hear the minister of him for 20 years, when you hear the associations with Louis Farrakhan, one of the biggest racists and anti-Semites in the country, what you're not understanding is, America hears extremism at its worst."
     (As an aside, would you sit still for a lecture on extremism---or hairspray---from Sean F&%*#@& Hannity?)
     Alas, I digress.
     Shabazz responded: "Let me ask you this. Are you to be judged by your promotion and association with Hal Turner?" Turner is a former neo-Nazi radio host and current white-supremacist from New Jersey. 
     Hannity grew agitated, which is a normal state for him: "I don't know anybody named--this is nonsense. I don't...". Then this: 
"Sir, sir...that was a man that was banned from my radio show ten years ago, that ran a Senate campaign in New Jersey." Shabazz kept hammering Hannity, who then said, "I'm not running for president."
     "A neo-Nazi, you backed his career," Shabazz said.
     Hannity: "That is an absolute, positive lie and you're reading the wrong friend. Good try." 
     But those pesky neo-Nazis need their day in the dark, too, so here's Hal Turner himself:
     "I was quite disappointed when Sean Hannity at first tried to say he didn't know me and then went on to say that I ran some senate campaign in New Jersey. In fact, Sean Hannity does know me and we were quite friendly a number of years ago."
     Turner can't shut up: "When Hannity took over Bob Grant's spot on 77 WABC in New York City, I was a well-known, regular and welcome caller to his show...I can tell you from my firsthand, personal experience that Sean Hannity does, in fact, agree with many of my political and social views."
     There's more: "In my opinion, based on my firsthand experience, I believe Sean Hannity is, in fact, a Hal Turner sort of guy. It seems to me that a big difference between Sean and me is that I am willing to say publically what I think about savage black criminals, diseased, uneducated illegal aliens and the grotesque cultural destruction wrought by satanic Jews while Sean and many others keep quiet to protect their paychecks."
     Wow. Enlightened.
     WABC Program Director Phil Boyce disputes Turner's timelines, but he can't dispute Turner's own words.
     This is actually old news freshly mined. Check out this link:
     Yet another reason to despise Sean Hannity. But you probably already had enough... 

*Direct quotes via Newshounds and the Huffington Post. 


Anonymous said...

Hey isn't the World Series on Fox? Through 2010? How sweet is that?

Gotta go, Family Guy is on.


JohnnyRussia said...

Hopefully Rupee will put the Series on MySpace!