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Just heard a caller bring up Ron Paul on Hannity's radio show

Someone called in and brought up Ron Paul on Hannity's radio show today (Aug-18). It was amazing because you never hear Hannity spend more than a few seconds on Ron Paul. The caller stated that Ron Paul could win the presidency, and explained why. It was a very good exchange. You could tell Hannity was uncomfortable talking about it. The caller was very savvy in starting the conversation off in that he didn't immediately start talking about Ron Paul. He kind of slowly brought Ron Paul into the conversation in a very slick way which then forced Hannity to talk about it. I wish we could get audio of that and post it here on Daily Paul as an example for other people who want to try to talk about Ron Paul on Hannity's show.

I'm guessing that Hannity's producers weed out anyone who seems like they'd bring up Ron Paul, so the caller must have stated something else to the producer to disguise what he was calling about. However much to Hannity's horror, the caller got Ron Paul into the conversation and forced Hannity to discuss him. Very cool!



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I heard that call today on Hannity

The caller got in and Hannity, true to form said he agreed to most of what RP said about the economy. He went on to say Bernake was terrible on the economy but stoped short of wanting to end the FED. Hannity was against the RP position of nonintervention saying we needed the biggest and baddest military to defend the country. The caller did not have a good chance to come back, he should have said "yea right the biggest military that ever bankrupted a nation" Hannity has a script layed out for him, his talking points will never change.

Ron Paul has never said he

Ron Paul has never said he didn't want a strong military. He just wants our military in our own country. He wants to stop our policy of nation building foreign countries. We need nation building in this country.

Yes,

this is a very important distinction to make.

Too many people who are not familiar with RP's position tr aren't paying close attention mis-state it and unwittingly play into a flawed argument then have to try and backtrack to make up for their inability to correctly articulate it.

Good eye cactus1010!

"For having lived long, I have experienced many instances of being obliged, by better information or fuller consideration, to change opinions, even on important subjects, which I once thought right but found to be otherwise." - Benjamin Franklin

Did hannity say "Military to the defend the country."?

I wonder what country he was talking about.... day before yesterday I caught a caller in the military that was talking about Ron Paul and hannity said we need the military to "lead the world." Then hannity when in to Perry worship and I change the station.

Apparently, Hannity never

Apparently, Hannity never heard of Thomas Jefferson who said,

"Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations — entangling alliances with none."

Isn't this what Ron Paul has been saying for years?

No,

he's heard of him. He just didn't like the implications of what Jefferson was saying.

People like Hannity believe they are God's agent for the actions of the state. Thus, the state itself is Hannity's god. Not the deity he CLAIMS he believes in.

This is the root theological, mmoral and philosophical problem of ALL warmongers who call themselves Christians.

"For having lived long, I have experienced many instances of being obliged, by better information or fuller consideration, to change opinions, even on important subjects, which I once thought right but found to be otherwise." - Benjamin Franklin

Hey do you remember Hannity's radio show back in 2008 when

he was savvy enough to sense even these suave RP callers and just hang up on them and then say "I knew where that was going". I do.