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Hannity Goes To The Heartland

Reported by Deborah - January 21, 2006

Hannity visited John Kasich tonight supposedly to bash Hillary Clinton but he sure had no new material in that area. Kasich gave him a big star intro and Hannity just did his usual ho-hum routine. 1/21/06

Hannity claimed that Hillary Clinton's "Plantation" comment was calculated to please the Democrats on the Left who were angry with her for voting for the Iraq War. He added that the Democrats had an opportunity to make some inroads in the next election because the Republicans had gone to sleep but now they're regaining momentum. He also managed to get in a quick dig at Dean.

Then Kasich caught him by surprise bringing up a comment by Susan Estrich who said that the Republicans should be more concerned about cleaning house. He added a comment by new Fox Contributor, Bob Novak, that six Republican Congressmen are going down. Hannity responded with another attack on Hillary calling her comment outrageous before he gave a vague response to Kasich. He managed to say that sometimes people with power use it for their own gain but before he could elaborate, Kasich rescued him asking about Eminent Domain.

Hannity happily launched into two case histories and the stress left his brow once again. He even got a chance to talk about his middle class childhood when he lived on a 50'x100' lot and was forced to share one bathroom with three sisters. "I hated it", he announced.

comment: Kasich told viewers that Hannity would return to continue his visit next week. I can hardly wait. Maybe he'll tell us how he had to work after school or didn't have his own car in High School. It's all that suffering that makes Hannity such an open minded, compassionate friend of working class Americans. Of course, if you're a working class Liberal American, Hannity doesn't consider you human so he doesn't have to be your friend.

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