Friday, May 18, 2012

Sean Hannity Can't Let This Jeremiah Wright Issue Go!

My god. 

Sean Hannity, please give it up! 

Seriously, give it up with this god forsaken turd hunting!

Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers are old news.

Move on!

This is what I would proudly say to the conservative agitator on his toll free phone number 1-800-941-7326.

Sean Hannity once again beats this horse dead, literally. This man spends a portion of his radio program and television program obsessing with President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, comedian Bill Maher, actor Alec Baldwin, liberal agitator Ed Schultz, and two political foes who long been out of the spotlight since the 2008 U.S. Presidential Elections.

Hannity keeps reminding me of the negativity within politics. He's like a squawking parrot. Day in, day out, this conservative agitator works himself into an ulcer trying to create a controversy where there's none!

This issue with Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers will not go away! I think he'll be on this nonsense long after President Barack Obama is out of the White House. 

He wants to defeat President Barack Obama. Fine. He's entitled to it. But at what cost?
Edward Klein, a conservative writer of the controversial book called The Amateur. Sean Hannity books writer on his show to promote tired feud with Jeremiah Wright. Klein has a record of misleading readers with some of his books.
Edward Klein, a conservative writer was the featured guest on Hannity's daily program. Klein wrote the book, The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House in 2012. The book has generated a notable controversy. The White House and his allies deny the author's claims.

Media Matters for America, the liberal group devoted to exposing conservative misinformation, counter claimed the previous books by the author caters to extremism.

In a interview with Reverend Jeremiah Wright, the former pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Klein mislead the pastor into talking about his strained relationship with the president.

Klein is a notorious birther who wrote that the president was a Kenyan born foreigner. He wrote about the president's faith was originally Islam. He claimed the president was determined to have his face in Mt. Rushmore.

Sean Hannity is so fixated on it, he even wanted the Republican nominee Mitt Romney to use the Jeremiah Wright issue against the president in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election.

Mitt Romney and his campaign team told the Republicans to back off the issue. A move that has disgruntled conservatives. Conservatives think Romney's decision not to use Jeremiah Wright rings echos of John McCain's failed presidential campaign.

Jeremiah Wright, the former pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ.
Sean Hannity for three days this week spent a majority of his time playing the audiotape of Jeremiah Wright and even playing the audiobook of Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance. The book was written by President Barack Obama and it was a New York Times best seller.

Hannity continues to loop portions of the audiobook in which the president claimed he was a college student transitioning into political affairs. He shared his experiences and Sean Hannity is obsessed with the college days of the president.

So what?

The president admitted he used drugs while in college. I can assume that many college students tried drugs while in their dorms.

The president ate a dog. Some countries eat animals besides pig, cow, chicken, and fish.

Assured this is going to be a political landmine that will eventually have the independents ditch Mitt Romney and support President Barack Obama. It happened the first time, and it's probably going to happen again.

President Barack Obama knows how his political foes act. His campaign acknowledges that it's going to be a tough fight, but they're going to use everything they got to beat the Republican nominee.

One Time Magazine writer had enough of Sean Hannity's obsession and wrote an article blasting the conservative agitator's relentless fight.

Sean Hannity's interview with Edward Klein courtesy of Fox News.

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