The Pardu

The Pardu
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Thursday, November 13, 2014

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Vulgar, Inappropriate, Crass and Disgusting: Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity and Jon Stewart are at it again. Stewart has long been a major thorn in Hannity's propaganda laden show over on Fox News (AKA: FoxPEN....Fox Entertainment and Propaganda Network). 

I recall one noted example of Stewart digging deep as Hannity's crew used video from a Glenn Beck show in a most inappropriate and unprofessional manner. The Daily Show : Sean Hannity Uses Glenn Beck's Protest Footage

And that segment from The Daily Show led to this segment from Hannity.

The episode reminded me of the infamous song lyrics from the late Bob Marley: "Who Da Cap Fit, Let The Wear It." When caught lying simply admit the lie and move on. That final shot at Stewart watching his show should have been proof positive Hannity has no respect for his viewers.

The latest kerfuffle led to this from Hannity. The Blue Nation Review
When Politicocontacted Hannity by email, he fired back with “Jon’s problem is he has his head so far up Obama’s ass he cannot see clearly, he is obviously better suited to reading his joke writers’ material, and making his clapping seal audience happy.”

You might wonder, what prompted Hannity to again lash-out at Stewart. Earlier in the week, Stewart quoted a piece from Rolling Stone: "  
“Sean Hannity is probably the most loathsome dude over there. That’s just pure cynicism, and it’s horrible.”
After careful and detailed contemplation, I recalled a clear case of "head-up and insert in presidential ass" as Hannity visited with George W. Bush at the place he called his ranch (he purchased before his 2000 campaign and sold immediately upon leaving office in 2009). GOP optics continue to effectively pull the wool over the eyes and psyches of millions who vote for GOP candidates. Hannity performed the most complete case of "up-butt head insertion" I have witnessed and trust me I have witnessed many such cases.

Hannity as one who disparages should sharpen his skills before immersing in a fight with the likes of Jon Stewart. He should certainly think back about his "insertion" before using President about as a tool to reach his sycophant viewers.

Bush calls Hannity, "My Buddy."

If you can stomach Hannity for more than 30 seconds and Bush for more than ten seconds, I have linked the full Fox News segment here

While a slight digression, take a moment to reflect on the man (and former president) with whom Hannity was so closely snuggled ("My Buddy").

In 2008, then President Bush stated he had no regrets about invading Iraq.

Three days ago on the Sunday Morning conservative News show Face The Nation.


Of course, you did not have to view the Bush segments above. He has no regrets about taking the United States to the depths of economic hell via administration malpractice and actual malfeasance. Yet, Hannity reached out into right field for a disparaging remark about Jon Stewart with President Obama as his weapon.

The Iraq War

Donald Rumsfeld planning false reasons for Bushes War.

Excerpt from Donald Rumsfeld memo dated Nov 27 2001 [127]

Now for a close look at Bush's policies and the impact of his charge off to war.

Casualties and losses
Iraqi Security Forces(post-Saddam)
Killed: 17,690
Wounded: 40,000+

Coalition forces
Killed: 4,809[(4,491 U.S., 179 UK,139 other)
Missing/captured(U.S.): 17 (8 rescued, 9 died in captivity)[
Wounded: 32,753+(32,226 U.S.,15 UK, 212+ other
Injured/diseased/other medical*: 51,139 (47,541 U.S.,3,598 UK)

Killed: 1,554
Wounded & injured: 43,880

Awakening Councils
Killed: 1,002+
Wounded: 500+ (2007), 28 (2008)
Total dead: 25,286
Total wounded: 117,961
Iraqi combatant dead(invasion period): 7,600–10,800
Insurgents (post-Saddam)
Killed: 26,544 (2003–2011)
Detainees: 12,000 (Iraqi-held)
Total dead: 34,144–37,344
Estimated violent deaths:

Lancet survey (March 2003 – July 2006): 601,027 (95% CI: 426,369–793,663)

Iraq Family Health Survey (March 2003 – July 2006):151,000 (95% CI: 104,000–223,000)

Documented deaths from violence:
Iraq Body Count (2003 – 14 December 2011): 103,160–113,728 civilian deaths recorded,[40] and 12,438 new deaths added from the Iraq War Logs

Associated Press (March 2003 – April 2009):110,600
For more information see: Casualties of the Iraq War
* "injured, diseased, or other medical": required medical air transport. UK number includes "aeromed evacuations"

** Total deaths include all additional deaths due to increased lawlessness, degraded infrastructure, poorer healthcare, etc.

Financial Cost

Financial cost

The financial cost of the war has been more than £4.55 billion ($9 billion) to the UK,[369] and over $845 billion to the US government. According to Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph E. Stiglitz and Harvard public finance lecturer Linda J. Bilmes it costs the United States $720 million a day to wage the Iraq war. This number takes into account the long-term health care for veterans, interest on debt and replacement of military hardware.[370]
In March 2013, the total cost of the Iraq War was estimated to have been $1.7 trillion by the Watson Institute of International Studies at Brown University.[371] Critics have argued that the total cost of the war to the US economy is estimated to be from $3 trillion[372] to $6 trillion,[373] including interest rates, by 2053.
CNN report noted that the United States-led interim government, the Coalition Provisional Authority lasting until 2004 in Iraq had lost $8.8 billion in the  Development Fund for Iraq. In June 2011, it was reported by CBS News that $6 billion in neatly packaged blocks of $100 bills was air-lifted into Iraq by the George W. Bush administration, which flew it into Baghdad aboard C‑130 military cargo planes. In total, the Times says $12 billion in cash was flown into Iraq in 21 separate flights by May 2004, all of which has disappeared. An inspector general's report mentioned that "'Severe inefficiencies and poor management' by the Coalition Provisional Authority would leave no guarantee that the money was properly used", said Stuart W. Bowen, Jr., director of the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction. "The CPA did not establish or implement sufficient managerial, financial and contractual controls to ensure that funds were used in a transparent manner."[374] Bowen told the Times the missing money may represent "the largest theft of funds in national history."[375]
Imagine the gall exercised by Sean Hannity via his use of President Obama as fodder for his ongoing battles with Jon Stewart; battles his consistently losses.  

An open anus with associated insertion of one's head should never ave been spoken by Hannity.

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