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Ron Paul on Sean Hannity Radio Show 4/28/11

Ron Paul is on Hannity's Radio show and discusses many issues, Hannity is fairly respectful and lets Ron talk a lot.

Hannity can't get over the snow ball incident!

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The best way to convince a

The best way to convince a Neo-con to end the wars is to bring up the economic cost of war.

"The wars will bankrupt us" works better than "we're killing innocent civilians".


I thought the debate was awesome and just what this country needs. Especially when they got to the amount of Arabs we kill over there, while Shawn was insisting that we're helping them.

I'm willing to forget the past treatment of Ron Paul and build coalitions with those we agree with, on the issues we agree with them on!

The funny thing is how Hannity seems to not realize how the Fed is essential to his warfare state, haha. :p

if I see Hannity

and there is snow on the ground he is getting hit

Want to know what Hannity is going to say on any issue?

Just listen to Rush. Whatever Rush says will be repeated by Hannity in the following week. He has NO BRAIN of his OWN.

Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Viva La Revolucion!

The snowball incident was wrong but

the lies that Fox and the other MSM outlets tell is equally as wrong. Fox treated Ron Paul very badly in 2008 as did CNN.

Two wrongs certainly don't make a right and those kinds of actions need to stop but Ron Paul is not responsible for the actions of complete strangers.

Should we talk ad nauseum about the actions of some people who support _____________? (Fill in the blank.)

Everybody needs to grow up - we have way more serious things to deal with.

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"We didn't DO ANYTHING" to cause terrorism Hannity???

Are you kidding?

A history of our flawed policies in the middle east would prove Hannity very wrong.

A few cases in point:

We overthrew an elected leader in Iran in 1953 - and installed our puppet the hated Shah.

We funded Saddam Hussein against Iraq.

We funded and befriended Osama bin Laden.

We funded the Afghan freedom fighters (can you say Taliban) against the Soviets (Charlie Wilson's War)

We put a military base near Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

We made oil deals with the hated Saudi kings in the 1970's

We fund Israeli expansion and killing of Palestinians.

We have given hated leaders like Mubarak, Quadifi, Shah of Iran etc BILLIONS of dollars to act as our puppet - and who use force, torture and violence against their own people.


"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

In Hannity's world,

he can lie and distort all he wants, as long as he blusters and thumps his chest and chants "USA, USA".
The idiots who listen to Hannity buy that line every night.
Not much between their ears, I suspect.

I don't trust or believe Hannity

Hannity has his priorities, and they certainly do not include saving the United States from muslims or whatever he is trying to scare the sheeple with.

Hannity obviously works for those that do not want to cut off the money to their war-profiteering buddies in the armaments industries.

They (and their tool Hannity) need to keep the plundering undisturbed.


Was that not great when Ron Paul turned the game around on Sean Hannity and asked him if he thought Woodrow Wilson was a great president (and Sean of course said he was awful), then let him know that the foreign policy of Bush and Obama has been identical to Wilson's.

Snoball Vannity uses KOSOVO as an example of our good??!

Snoball Vannity uses KOSOVO as an example of our good??! Is he mad or just stupid?

WE caused the human wave of refugees, which didn't occur until the THIRD day of our bombings.

WE bombed Jugoslavia 72 days, sending them into the dark ages for no reason.

WE poisoned the countryside with DU for the next 100,000 years, causing birth defects and tumours.

WE caused ethnic cleansing when 200,000 Serbs were forced to flee their homes. They'll never go back to that corrupt hole of assassins.

WE supported KLA assassins and terrorists, who antagonized the Jugoslavians to begin with.

WE helped bring in al-Qaeda allied Mujaheddin to join the KLA terrorists; from there, they went back to Afghanistan for their next mission.

WE helped Kosovo turn into the biggest, dirtiest hub for human trafficking and drugs from the golden crescent.

WE guaranteed perpetual regional instability with our puppet government of corrupt drug-running ex-KLA assassins.

Only question I have is, what DIDN'T we do?

Anyone can go to BBC News, check the archives waaay back in 1998, and see this crap unfold day by day. Vannity certainly won't.

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"

I personally believe that Hannity is the worst of the worst

on Fox News. This by the Southern Avenger says it all.


I think I'll pass on this one.

I can't stand Hannity.

Thanks for posting it though!

Guys, Hannity is right: If

Guys, Hannity is right: If we don't bomb Arab countries, America will become "sharia compliant". (Sarcasm)

How on earth do these people believe such nonsense? Will the American people suddenly all convert into Muslims? I just don't understand how their conspiracy theory could manifest itself...

No kidding.... it leaves you speechless

Question: How do you prevent the US from operating under Sharia Law?
a) -- Kill all Muslims
b) -- Engage in perpetual war
c) -- Lock up all Muslims
d) -- Consider the U.S. Constitution the law of the land and stick to it without exception.

If you chose "d". Which candidate is the most dedicated to the Constitution
a) -- Ron Paul
b) -- ...... well, there is no "b"

Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Viva La Revolucion!


Love it. Thanks.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

well said

+ 1.

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Not to mention

that there can't be a theocracy in America, due to the 1st Amendment to the Constitution in the Bill of Rights.

So, the entire thing is simply a fabricated scare tactic that is designed to appeal to the "red meat crowd" who live in fear of a "terrorist" behind every couch.
I say "couch", because these "red meat" types rarely move off of their couches in front of the TV.
War is the new football, for these couch commandos.

Apparently so,

maybe they should fly and have to deal with the TSA, then they might see how badly all the war talk culminates.

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thank you

Right on the money.

Wow, huge change in Sean Vannity since 2008

Never thought I'd see the day Sean Vannity would give a half way respectable interview to Ron Paul. They disagreed at times but at least they agreed on a lot of things. Vannity seems to have learned a bit since he doesn't have Jorge Boosh to defend all the time.

The nerve of Hannity to say

That we did so much good for the Muslim nations! What he doesn't get (Thought I bet he does) is that our support for Egypt, Kuwait and the Saudi's is support for corrupted regimes that are Islamic apostates dealing with the decadent heathen West---and who oppress their own fellow Muslims! No way does the average poor Muslim love their traitorous leaders, who are seen as US puppets. As Ron Paul stated, it's about human nature, not religion or ideology. Keep trespassing and messing in your neighbor's yard, and watch him "get religion" to take you out!

Conscience does not exist if not exercised

"No matter how cynical you get, it's impossible to keep up!
---Lily Tomlin

Dr. Paul...remember?

Dr. Paul, I wish you would remember to point out in formats like this that you voted for the initial invasion of Afghanistan! That you would like to deal with these specific terrorists like "pirates." Deputize special forces to go after specific known criminals - but don't invade entire countries looking for a few bad guys. That is your policy idea. Why don't you point this out? The average American would be with you on this.

I actually was at an informal gathering once outside of an event and Dr. Paul mentioned that Carol would often remind him to point out something like this and that sometimes he forgets that people don't know this.

Please remember this for the debates.

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I've heard him say this many times....

...it's tough...I mean there are lots of things you want to say each time.

Hopefully he's getting professional coaching on the soundbites he should be saying.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford


I was willing to drop it, but Hannity just keeps pushing it so therefore, I can think of no better nickname to give Hannity than "Snowball." Snowball Hannity. Let's figure out a way to make that the Alex Jones 'Google bomb' and return the gift of STIGMA that he has so lovingly given to those whom don't fit into his world of "bombs" and "boys in big-boys' suits!" (And for the chaste among you, 'snowball' is a perverse sexual act, much like the oh-so very popular "tea-bagger" reference enshrined in devotion by self-professed genius leftists.) "Ladies and Gentleman, your hack-man for the evening, the one....the only, Sean "SNOWBALL" Hannityyyyyyyyyyyy!"


( and You know he has fantasies about Mittens it too! )

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"I don't want to steal the

"I don't want to steal the last word, so I will..."

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Is it just me, or does he

Is it just me, or does he begin with a subtle apology for having RP on the show? "Remember, we are inviting them all... regardless... cannot skip a one..."

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No, not just you, he did it.

No, not just you, he did it. He also whined that he never did anything to warrant the snowballs, when he marginalized Ron and did plenty. I am glad he did not forget the snow, but I wish he did not forget all he said against Ron and how he mocked him. If he would only apologize, he could probably forget.

Foreign intervention is "foreign communism"

Ron Paul needs to take the 'knowledge problem" and apply it to the middle east intervention.

When Sean said that we need to look for our "long term strategic interests" Ron should have pointed out that "it didn't work".

He can then go on to point out how we made improper decisions. Just like we can't run our own economy we can't manage another country. It is militaristic socialism. We socialize the responsibility of nations to rule themselves and find an appropriate policy or leader, and have horrible unintended consequences.

I listened to it.

Hannity started out with the snowballs, and Ron handled that well.

Then after a brief "agreement" about the aim for smaller gov't, Hannity went into the foreign policy thing and just kept on with the neocon line, no matter what Ron said.

The funniest part was when Ron asked Hannity if he liked Woodrow Wilson, and Hannity said no way, but then Hannity just went on pushing Wilsonian doctrine. It was hilarious, but I don't think the Hannity listeners would get it.

Again, Hannity proves that he's nothing but a neocon tool, and he's not going to relent. He's a propagandist.