Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Insanity Indeed

Sean Hannity (on last night's show) asked what was quite possibly the dumbest and most loathsome question that's ever been posed in the entire history of cable broadcasts. The numb-nuts actually asked that Osteen preacher fellow if there was "any difference between evil and insanity". Now, granted, the dude might have been thinking more specifically about personality disorders such as sociopathy and psychopathy and of how "evil" can in fact be summoned by that, but the fact that this Hannity made no correction, clarification, or apology tonight pretty much says it all, now doesn't it?


Rational Nation USA said...

Okay, rather dumb question, it's Hannity.

What I'm wondering is how did the preacher respond?

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

It was at the tail end of the broadcast and he basically sputtered and said that he didn't know. Very awkward, he entirety of it.

Roberto Severino said...

Sean Insanity. What a tool.

The one thing I do like about him though is how he defended Opie and Anthony, a comedy show I listen to regularly, many years back when they got into that Homeless Charlie controversy in 2007 where the homeless guy that they found on the street started saying a bunch of dirty stuff about Condoleeza Rice and Laura Bush in relation to rape, which they had no idea was going to happen.

Hannity said something like "if you don't like it, turn the dial" because they were obvious on XM back then and are still on satellite radio.

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

I kinda didn't like it when Imus got railroaded, either. Yes, a suspension, yes, a fine but depriving a person of their livelihood is a little bit much, I think.

dmarks said...

Will: Imus got railroaded, and Toure, the racist who bashed Herman Cain as being a typical black sexual predator, kept his job.