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Sean Hannity

Radio host of "The Sean Hannity Show" and TV host of "Hannity and Colmes"

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A Quick Tip by kfontenot

  • Dec 15, 2010
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Hannity can make some really good points, but he often force-feeds them so much that I have to turn him off.
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December 15, 2010
Funny that your comments about Bill Maher fit Hannity exactly. He is smug, never backs down from his opinion when he is shown wrong and his Great American panel is very unbalanced.
December 15, 2010
I think the key difference between Hannity and Maher (other than their political leanings), is that Maher not only wants to prove a person wrong, he wants to ridicule them as well.
December 16, 2010
Maher is on HBO where he is free to say anything. Also he is a comedian. He seems to be polite to his conservative panel representatives. Hannity just throws his football. Hannity's show was alot better when Alan Combs was on. He was less pompous then.
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review by . June 15, 2009
Sean Hannity
I never quite understood the appeal.  Sean Hannity is the host of the second most listened to radio program in the nation.  And while I agree with with Sean on a good many of the issues of the day I just don't find him all that interesting.  I find both the syndicated "Sean Hannity Show" on the radio and the new "Hannity" program on the Fox News Channel to be rather mundane.  I consider Glenn Beck to be far more thoughtful and informative …
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Despite looking extremely cool, I have to admit that I'm a dork. I grew up on the outskirts of the small town of Oberlin, LA. I have since relocated to the Lake Charles, LA area.I love my home state … more
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1961 in New York. He is a true product of the American Dream as his grandparents legally emigrated from Ireland to the USA. Because of his background, Sean is very much in favor of immigration - the legal kind. His father even fought in World War II spending three years in the Pacific Theater. He didn't know his father's mother because she died giving birth to his father.

Sean doesn't like to talk too much about his younger years in Franklin Square, Long Island when he was a self described "horrible kid." His father bought the 5500 block, Cape Cod, Levittown house he grew up in for $13,000 that was only 50 x 100. Sean was the youngest kid with three older sisters all sharing one bathroom. They would hog the bathroom on him endlessly and drive him insane. Occasionally he would have to relive himself in the bushes in the back yard behind the garage. Because of this he now always has his own bathroom in his homes. When he was in the first grade he had his tonsils removed. Since he was in pain his parents promised him anything when he got back home. He told them he wanted a steak and they delivered. Now he constantly extols the virtues of steaks especially at Ruth Chris Steak House. In the third grade he met John Gomez and the two have become lifelong friends. Gomez is even a talk show host in his own right and teases Sean nowadays by saying, "It's halftime Hannity!" - meaning their life is half over. He had a paper route when he was eight years old for the ...
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