When multimillionaire Sean Hannity isn't boasting about his insider status with the elites, he loves to play up his "regular guy" bona fides. Lately, he's been in regular guy mode as he argues that poverty in America isn't that big a deal. A few days ago, Hannity lectured poor people that all they need to do to combat hunger is to eat rice and beans. Yesterday, after coming under quite a bit of scrutiny and ridicule for his out-of-touch arrogance, Hannity offered some more shopping tips for those not fortunate enough to earn hundreds of millions of dollars like he does.
"If you Google, you know, 'how to eat healthy and cheaply,' there's all sorts of things that come up... Really good advice... all sorts of alternatives for people."
Some of Hannity's advice? Quit drinking soda and drink water. Eat eggs.
Hannity also argued that being poor is not really so bad because most poor people have a car, televisions and air conditioning. I wonder if he thinks you can trade them for dental work or eyeglasses or a mammogram.
Feel free to email Hannity at email@example.com or tweet him @SeanHannity and ask him to let us know what his typical menu looks like and how much he spends on food each week.
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I’m so glad I have Hannity to tell me all these things I’ve already had to find out the hard way.
In the end, this Franklin Square shyster will lose his millions, and he will wind up working in construction.
The Stop Hannity Express encourages all the masses to remind people daily of what Hannocchio says about poor people. Also, tell them he is employed by Rupert Murdoch, CEO and Chairman of News Corporation, a company involved in phone hacking scandal in the U.K.
NOTE TO HANNITY
Cheapskate, tell the masses of the free gifts you receive from wealthy individuals. The ties, free tickets to concerts, free travel and hotels, free food, and other goodies.
Considering that this standard fare (fat, sugar and salt-laden) is all many low information “po’ folks” can afford, Hannity is showing he certainly understands their lifestyle.
Then.. you certainly wouldn’t expect Hannity to suggest they all run out to their nearest Ruths Chris steakhouse for a filet mignon.
Then.. you certainly wouldn’t expect Hannity to suggest they all run out to their nearest Ruths Chris steakhouse for a filet mignon.Come to think of it, I haven’t heard Hannity do commercials for them in a long time (as well as hand out those free steak meals to his listeners).
Then.. you certainly wouldn’t expect Hannity to suggest they all run out to their nearest Ruths Chris steakhouse for a filet mignon.Come to think of it, I haven’t heard Hannity do commercials for them in a long time (as well as hand out those free steak meals to his listeners).Maybe Ruths Chris has dropped Hannity. Too bad since it was a perfect match: the nation’s most mean-spirited restaurant chair (they turned their back on New Orleans right after Katrina, moving their HQ to another state)… with the most mean-spirited slime bag on the air in ’merica!
Sean you are without doubt a “Great American”,a stellar Human Being and in my opinion a candidate for “Hell”,send there personally by “Jesus”
And I know I’ve never seen non-specialty rice come in a 1 pound package in the store…
Help me, Sean- since you’re already pretending you know more about managing my budget than I do.
1. Dine at 4-star and not 5-star restaurants for lunch.
2. Clip grocery coupons for your private chef.