On the April 21 edition of his Fox “News” show, Sean Hannity asked Miss USA runner-up Carrie Prejean: “What did you think when [blogger Perez Hilton] went on this rant and actually used the “B” word? I mean, I can’t think of anything more vicious, more mean, more insulting, more degrading, just because you have a different opinion.”
Hannity was referencing a remark made by Miss. Prejean during Saturday night’s Miss USA Pageant. Miss USA judge, the gossip blogger Perez Hilton, asked about her stance on same-sex marriage. Prejean responded, “I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offense to anybody out there, but that’s how I was raised.”
My question would be, Sean, when is it OK to use the term “bitch” and when is it not OK? Looking at your remarks from Tuesday night it would appear that Perez Hilton has some how offended your good old fashioned conservative Irish Catholic sensibilities. OK, fair enough. You think there is nothing more “vicious, mean, insulting, and degrading” for anyone to call a woman. Is that right?
But wait a minute? Wasn’t it you Sean Hannity who not only didn’t find it offensive, but actually defended your “friend” Ted Nugent last August – during your television program – when during a concert Nugent not only called Democratic candidate Senator Barrack Obama a “piece of shit” and said that Democratic candidate Senator Hillary Clinton was a “worthless bitch”? Why yes it was you, Sean “I’m a great Irish Catholic Conservative American” Hannity.
During the same concert, shown in a video clip on your very own program, Nugent also made threatening remarks towards both candidates while waving what appears to be an M-16.
Why would Ted speak this way Sean?
Gee, I don’t know? Maybe because then Senator’s Obama and Clinton had a? What were your words? Oh yes, “different opinion”?
So, Sean “I’m a great Irish Catholic Conservative American” Hannity did you say anything to disavow yourself from these comments by Ted Nugent?
No you didn’t.
What did you say?
Ah yes, here it is, “That was friend and frequent guest on the program Ted Nugent expressing his feelings towards Democratic presidential contenders Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton.”
So, why didn’t you disavow Ted Nugent Sean?
Well because, “I like Ted Nugent. He’s a friend of mine.”
So, it’s OK to refer to a liberal woman as a “worthless bitch”, and a liberal black man as a “piece of shit” because they have a different opinion, but it’s not OK to say a conservative woman is a “bitch” if she has a different opinion?
So Sean, if your wife, mother, or daughter were to be a Democrat, and not agree with your opinion, would your good old fashioned conservative Irish Catholic sensibilities allow you to call them a “bitch”?