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Hannity Asks," Will Ex Cons Get Hillary Into Office?"

Reported by Deborah - March 4, 2005

Hannity went after Hillary Clinton tonight because of the Bill sponsored by Hillary, John Kerry and Barbara Boxer that would allow ex felons to vote. Hannity told viewers to thank liberal Democrats when they are forced to stand in line to vote with rapists asking,
"Will ex cons get Hillary into office?" 3/4/05

Patrick McHenry, R. claimed that it was a purely partisan move to get votes for the Democrats since most of the ex felons are Democrats.Then McHenry quickly tried to discredit Philadelphia Congressman Chaka Fattah, D. claiming he had no right to talk about voter reform since Philadelphia has investigations pending in that area.

Fattah was rightfully annoyed and answered that this entire story was just a distraction because the Republicans have control and the bill will never be passed anyway.Hannity could be heard in the backghround arrogantly expressing his agreement. Fattah let Hannity and McGovern know that they had insulted Philadelphia, the seat of the Constitution.Hannity replied with his smug tone of superiority, " Now you're insinuating things that were never implied but I'd expect that from you." McHenry joined in with, "If you want child rapists and people guilty of brutal assaults voting in your city..."

Fattah got the last word informing viewers that the two Governors who allowed felons to vote were Jeb and George W Bush.

Comments:Just your routine segment for Hannity full of distortion, deception, and vicious Republican behavior.The hysterical hatred spewing from McHenry and Hannity reveals the immense fear they have of the Democratic Party which has always represented the true values of the American majority. Maybe Republicans should ask themselves why people who have struggled in life, vote Democratic.Unfortunatly, I don't think they really give a damn as long as they keep quiet and don't vote.

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