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Hannity Calls For Durbin's Resignation

Reported by Deborah - June 17, 2005

It seemed like Hannity was trying to make up for Wesley Clark's support of Dick Durbin on last night's H&C by joining forces with Bob Livingston to completely destroy Durbin declaring to viewers.
" He must resign immediately."

Durbin issued a statement today expressing his strong support and respect for our troops.Bob Livingston would not even acknowledge Durbin's statement. Claiming that he liked Dick Durbin, Livingston was practically shouting about how far "over the top" his comment was.

When Colmes asked Livingston about Rick Santorum's nazi comment, Livingston got defensive with Colmes trying to dodge his question.
"You jumped down Trent Lott's throat..."
Alan angrily denied the allegation pulling Livingston back to the issue of Santorum. Livingston, unbelievably, replied that Santorum's comment was okay because he was referring to tactics

Hannity jumped in with "He ought to resign." He continued with claims that Al Jazeera is reporting Durbin's comment and he has put our soldiers in harms way giving aid and comfort to the enemy.
Livingston added that "Words have consequences." He went on about we are housing and feeding murderers and assassins. Hannity wailed,
"It is worse than anything I ever heard. It is a lie."

Then Hannity and Livingston finished the segment by trashing all Democrats mentioning Howard Dean and Harry Reid by name.Business as usual.

comment: Well so much for the mature civility witnessed last night with Wesley Clark.Tonight Hannity went right back to playing politics and avoiding the issue. He even had the audacity to say it was a lie.
Maybe Hannity has put our soldiers in "harms way" with his hateful rhetoric and unrelenting efforts to divide us.If Hannity was really the Great American he claims to be, he would want to solve our problems instead of hiding inside his flag waving delusions.

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