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Media Warrior For Army of Darkness

Reported by Deborah - April 22, 2005

Hannity, no longer concerned with decency or integrity, will do anything necessary to win this battle over judicial appointments Tonight on H&C, Hannity's segment opener was "Democrats Filibuster Faith" followed by these sweeping distortions about Democrats blocking 10 Judges after confirming 204.

"If you're a person of faith and pro life, Catholic, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, you're not qualified to be on the Supreme Court."

"Can anybody be supported and be a Christian, Jewish ?"
4/22/05

Tony Perkins who has teamed up with James Dobson to spread this propaganda about Democrats, made these inflammatory comments tonight on H&C. Perkins said that all Democrats are too committed to supporting abortion rights to confirm anyone who is pro life.
" A person should not have to choose between living out their faith or being in the Court."

When Colmes injected some reality, mentioning the fact that the Judges were being blocked because they were too extreme, Perkins was too far gone in his fog of religious persecution to process Colmes' challenge.Kirsten Powers met the same fate when she mentioned the reality that abortion is legal and Judges are expected to uphold the law.


Last night on H&C, James C Dobson and Hannity created a twisted scenario of decent Republicans being victimized by ruthless Democrats.Dobson speaking about the great cooperation of Republicans during the Clinton years, called them "the get along and go along party" Then Dobson claimed that this was a story of the "Bully vs Nice Guy" adding that since nice guys win in the end, so will the Republicans.

Comment:According to Jewish Law, character assassination is considered a profound sin, possibly equal to taking a physical life.
Hannity and his army of character assassins care nothing for human life although they stand on a pro-life pedestal of righteousness.


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