Sean Hannity got his just comedic deserts last night when Jon Stewart spent two segments tearing down the lawbreaking, mooching rancher Cliven Bundy and Hannity’s hypocritical adulation. Referring to Fox’s food stamp scapegoat that they demonize as much as they romanticize Bundy, Stewart said, “Too bad surfer dude isn’t a cow, otherwise Hannity would be fine with the government paying for his meals.”
A few choice excerpts - which also included a generous helping of Sean Hannity clips in which he demanded that other people follow the law whether they agree with it or not:
The law isn’t on Bundy’s side, the court isn’t on Bundy’s side, even the Nevada state constitution which Bundy claims to abide isn’t on Bundy’s side. Who the hell is on Bundy’s side?
…Apparently, Sean Hannity thinks laws are served buffet style and that you can pick and choose the ones that you like best, the ones that you don’t like, you don’t have to abide.
…Sean Hannity has now made Glenn Beck the voice of reason.
…If you want to challenge the amount of federal land the government owns in the state of Nevada, fine. Make your case to the voters. If you want to challenge the concept of grazing fees, fine. But Hannity’s puffery and armed friends don’t make you a patriot.
Dude, you’re a welfare rancher trying to pull off the world’s largest cattle dine and dash.
We believe he suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Symptoms of the disorder:
*Are self-centered and boastful
*Seek constant attention and admiration
*Consider themselves better than others
*Exaggerate their talents and achievements
*Believe that they are entitled to special treatment
*Are easily hurt but may not show it
*Set unrealistic goals
*May take advantage of others to achieve their goals
*Preoccupation with fantasies that focus on unlimited *success, power, intelligence, beauty, or love
*Belief that he or she is “special” and unique, and can only be understood by other special people
*Expectation that others will automatically go along with what he or she wants
*Inability to recognize or identify with the feelings, needs, and viewpoints of others
*Envy of others or a belief that others are envious of him or her
*Hypersensitivity to insults (real or imagined), criticism, or defeat, possibly reacting with rage, shame, and humiliation
*Arrogant behavior and/or attitude
He exhibits all the symptoms of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. He should be professionally evaluated and seek proper treatment for this disorder.