No, it's not that he finds faults in government and Obama that bothers me; it's actually just the opposite. I think Sean is too easy on them; I think he gives them much too much credit for simply being either misguided or stupid for the problem that we face is much bigger and deeper than that. Let me explain.
Five days before Obama was elected for his first term he stated at a campaign rally, "We're only five days from fundamentally changing the United States of America."
That statement sums up in a nutshell what Obama's goal was coming in to office and it tells us the truth about the mission behind the man. Once we accept that statement as the truth and the driving force behind Obama's plans, all the things he has done and continues to do fall right into place.
Obama comes from a mindset that clearly has disdain for America. It comes from his father, an anti-colonialist who despised the British, the power under which Barack, Sr. had spent his own formative years as they ruled his native Kenya. And Obama passed this view on to is son who readily accepted it since America was founded on British ideals and common law, not to mention a common language. Making the matter much worse was the supportive views of his mother, Stanley Anne Dunham, a believer in Marxism, who certainly further indoctrinated her son. Those views when developed thoroughly usually become long lasting unless someone is exposed to a healthy dose of conservatism and individual rights. Obama never had that opportunity, with Frank Marshall Davis, an American Communist serving as a father-like figure and his mentor in the absence of a father of his own. So the bottom line is this: this man and his Administration aren't stupid; everything they do is according to plan, a plan that so far has been working to their perfection.
So while Sean sees the danger of the actions of this government and clearly understands why we must fight to change it, he sometimes seems to shrug it off as stupidity and lack of experience on the part of the President. Or, does he really understand the full gravity and depth of danger we face from this man but can't say so on the air?
We have to face the fact that Fox News has become increasingly moderate in the last few years, losing much of the zeal and passion for the American Spirit that the network used to exhibit. And we also know that Rupert Murdoch is a Hillary fan and his new news chief is clearly in the Hillary camp. This is likely to place great limitations on what a show such as Sean's can say. After all, look at the Fox milquetoast attitude toward illegal immigration; they maintain a deafening silence on the issue that will likely do more than any other policy to create the transformation that Obama is en route to completing. At the rate we are going American will be unrecognizable very soon.
And one last thing for Sean on a subject that drives me crazy: Karl Rove. Please, Sean, stop using Rove as your go to guy on political strategy? This guy has become nothing but an Establishment Republican hack and his campaign strategies have been dismal. Even when he worked for Bush he should have been able to execute a much higher voter turnout, especially in 2004 against the hapless John Kerry. And his Romney performance was, well, thirty million dollars spent for nothing. And, frankly, I don't think this year's Senate elections would be nearly as tight had Rove worked as hard for the Republican base as he has against Republican conservatives. Just give him the hook, Sean, his days should be over.
But not to worry, I'll continue to listen to the Sean Hannity Show while I do my afternoon chores, but I will always realize deep down inside that it is likely he isn't free to release his full viewpoint and I find that disheartening. And for that reason I will refer to a later radio program, the Mark Levin Show, for the whole truth.
Levin doesn't hold back; he tells it like it is and offers a daily clinic on what our Constitution is all about and what it offers America. And I know that these two are friends, so I'll pray that Levin rubs off on Sean even more and maybe it will embolden him to open up. But, in any case, I wish good luck and godspeed. And never forget: 'The truth will set you free."