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Disobedient Democrats Must Be Humiliated

Reported by Deborah - June 10, 2005

Charlie Rangel was the Democrat needing obedience training tonight on H&C. Crucial political issues are no longer debated on Hannity and Colmes but if a Democrat dares to speak out against the administration, Hannity will immediatly twist their words and try to humiliate them. Tonight Charles Rangel was accused of comparing the War in Iraq to the Holocaust and he was brought on the show to defend his statement. Unfortunatly when he tried to explain himself, there was no time left.

Rangel explained that if the good people had spoken out against the atrocities in Germany, maybe the Holocaust could have been avoided. Rangel told Colmes that he felt "outrage that people are silent including you." Rangel spoke of the 1600 dead soldiers and the young men who are recruited from the poorest segments of the U.S. in the name of patriotism.

When Rangel mentioned that the war was planned way before 9/11, Hannity jumped in before Rangel could mention the Downing St. Memo. Warning Rangel he said, "Before you make accusations without proof..."
Rangel started talking about Wolfowitz , Perle and Project for the New American Century which was an obvious red light. Before Rangel could finish his thought, the segment was ended.

comment: As the power of the Republicans grows there is no need for Hannity to debate issues. Why bother since the GOP will get what they want anyway so the best way to handle issues is to ignore them. So viewers of H&C are force fed a diet of crime, sex and Michael Jackson who provides both. The only politics allowed are the stories that put Democrats in a bad light. Guess if they run out of crime victims to exploit, the persecuted Christian stories will return.

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