Sean Hannity Is Abandoning Bush

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    Sean "Great American" Hannity is abandoning his President. He talks continuously now about how "asking questions" is appropriate, even when it casts our President's decisions in doubt, i.e., on Miers. Hannity is also "questioning" our President's fiscal policies, among others. Yet the self-proclaimed "Great American" professes to support our President. What a hypocrite. With supporters like him, who needs enemies? Join the Democrat party, "Great American," or better: "Fair Weather Friend."
     
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    Your shepherd is calling for you.
     
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    sean hanity is a fraternity boy and alan colmes is a lizard
     
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    Boy you just don't have a clue, do you.
     
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    I haven't listened to Hannity lately but I think really he's just fed up with Bush acting as though he lost the election.
    I know I am getting that way, although I am okay to wait and see how things shake out with Harriet M.
    That said the worst thing Conservatives can do is abandon Bush now, for if we do that we face the prospect of a fractured party similar to the Democrats............Never a good thing
     
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    i can't listen to any of them they have all become shrill alarmist spinning tops
     
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    Blind hero worship-that's always turned out well for societies all over the world. How old are you?
     
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    See this is where your ideology becomes incomprehensible to people like me. Questioning the government, to me, is something that everyone must always do in order to protect themselves from being taken advantage of. Blind allegiance to anything is always dangerous. And to question someone like Bush, who has made many strange and unsuccessful policies is definately something that should be done. And yet there has always been an overwhelming "shame on you, you're unpatriotic" message that has come from Republicans whenever someone questions this president. He's no different from you or me (except maybe his college gpa was lower). Why not question him?
     
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    I think a lot of Republicans are fed up with Bush just as much as Hannity is, if not more so.

    Why is the worst thing conservatives can do is abandon Bush now? I'd say he has already abandoned us - and the last straw is the Miers nomination. The party is already fractured in spirit if not in action. It's time for conservatives to take back the reins of the party and I'm sure many elected Republicans would follow the lead - if someone would just take the lead!

    Conservatives need to raise a ruckus and reject Miers and put a real conservative on the Supreme Court. This is much too important to "go along to get along".
     

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