Hypocrite Emits Fake Dudgeon

This man is a hack in the service of a Ruling Class that wants to spy on you. He pretends to be upset about it because faking dudgeon lets him land a few punches on Obama. But he supports the Surveillance State completely.

The mystery is why anybody watches this guy, much less trusts him as far as they can throw him.

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  • Dr. Eric

    I literally screamed at my radio in the car yesterday when Hannity claimed that he was for limited surveilance. I’m wondering why talk radio is one of my preset stations. (Oh yeah, accurate and frequent traffic reports.)

    • Sean P. Dailey

      It would nice if they could accurately and frequently report that Hannity got run over by a truck.

  • Rosemarie


    I’m no fan of Hannity because of his contempt for the Church’s stance on contraception. Yet as much as I’d like to jump on the hypocrisy-charges bandwagon maybe I should give him the benefit of the doubt instead. It’s possible he would explain that he’s okay with NSA data collection if it is limited to suspected terrorists but not the wholesale data-mining of phone records, emails, etc. of all Americans that we’ve recently learned about. Of course, the former can easily lead to the latter, as we’ve seen. It would be interesting to hear his explanation of the former series of soundbites.

    • http://bloggoliard.wordpress.com/ Blog Goliard

      I’m normally inclined to give the benefit of the doubt to MediaMatters’ targets, precisely because they are partisan hacks who don’t do context, and are more than happy to twist whatever words they have to twist and ignore whatever facts they have to ignore to make their point.

      But I already knew that Hannity was either a dim hack, or was perfectly happy to play one on radio and TV. (His effort to use passages from Jim Webb’s novels against him in the 2006 Senate race was the last straw for me.) So no sympathy this time. I’m pretty sure that MediaMatters’ set of hacks have a Fox News hack dead to rights here.

    • Newp Ort

      The explanation is that Bush was president for the first set of clips, Obama for the second.

      The music was much better in the first one though. Hannity droppin lyrics over hip-hop beats… who you know fresher than GOP?

      • Rosemarie


        >>>The explanation is that Bush was president for the first set of clips, Obama for the second.

        That, too; yeah. He probably feels he could “trust” Bush but not Obama.