There’s no way to know if many of you caught the show-down between Sean Hannity and Senator John McRINO Thursday night…but if you didn’t this was, and is still one to watch…trust me! Yours truly was shocked by the actions of Hannity…he spoke volumes for anyone with a brain that works to McRINO and it’s past high time he did so!

Here’s one report via Mediaite:

Last night on Hannity, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) clashed with Sean Hannity over whether the host predicted the Libyan violence when he had previously said their American-supported elections would result in a quasi-terrorist state.

“How is it that Sean Hannity and a few others of us out here predicted with pinpoint accuracy that the Muslim Brotherhood would be in charge in Egypt?” Hannity asked the senator. “Their first task when they took over the Parliament was to declare Israel, our closest ally, their enemy.”

“How is it that the administration with all their intelligence and the CIA — how is it that they didn’t see this coming?” he asked McCain of both Egypt and Libya, before disputing the notion that the Libyans had a free election: “They kept telling the American people, this is democracy. I don’t view the Muslim Brotherhood as democracy. They want Sharia law implemented now.”

“That’s not clear that that’s true,” McCain responded before accusing Fox of repeating a false claim about the Libyan elections:

It was you and people on Fox that said in Libya, “We didn’t know who they were and let’s not help these people.” They had an election and they elected moderates. They rejected Islamists. And yes, there are al-Qaeda factors and there are extremists in Libya today, but the Libyan people are friends of ours, and they support us, and they support democracy. So you were wrong about Libya.

“I don’t think I was wrong about Libya at all,” Hannity shot back.

“I know you were,” McCain responded. “They had a free and fair election, and a democratic non-Islamic government was elected. So you were wrong.”

“I was not,” Hannity said. “They didn’t think the Muslim Brotherhood would take over? This is a known terror organization. We say we are fighting a war on terror but we are apologizing, our government, to Egypt after they raid our embassy and rip our flag down?”

“Frankly, Senator, I would think you are with me on this,” the conservative host added.

“I am not taking the side of the administration,” McCain pushed back. “I am saying that the largest nation in the Arab world is something we have to carefully calibrate our actions with.”

Watch below, via Fox News:

Hannity also cut him off mid-sentence towards the end. Hat’s off to Hannity for doing so and not backing down to a RINO like McCain… for once!

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  1. McCain is full of crap. If he is that stupid to have not seen what would eventually happen in Egypt, then he should go fishing. Any casual observer could see that the MB would take over, it’s what they do. Morsi is or was the HEAD of that organization. And given what Islam is, there is only one way out of it. Death. You don’t just retire and give up jihad, it’s blood in, blood out.

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    • Actually he’s HALF right. They didn’t win the majority, but they got like a 3rd of it.
      The Western guys got 30
      The Muslim Brotherhood got 17…
      And Al Qaeda got ZERO!

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  2. McCain embodies everything that is wrong with the republican party. I wish this old fart would just retire and disappear.

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    • Couldn’t agree more….he never misses a spot-light he thinks he’s going to shine in….ever. Thursday night he made a huge mistake…I loved it all!

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      • Notice how the Repub establishment in Arizona sent this loser back to the Senate for another six years when they could’ve shown some backbone and elected J.D. Hayworth instead. Big media built McPain up when it was GWB vs. McPain in the Repub primaries in 2000. They wanted an easy Demo target for November. In 2008 their plan came through for them. What do Arizona voters see in him anyway ?

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  3. We conservatives in AZ dislike the man but cant seem to get his tired old ass out of politics….

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    • I don’t even live in Az., but I tired of his RINO rhetoric decades ago! When the hell can we get rid of him…when?

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    • Btw…JD Hayworth would be ten times the man McCRINO claims to be. – Sad what the right side of the aisle did to him…including Sweet Sarah.

      Just my two-cents for now…

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  4. BT,

    I’ve never particularly liked McCain… felt he should have switched party affiliation long ago. Don’t mind reaching across the aisle, but whenever McCain did compromise, Rep. always got the short end of the stick.

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    • His one vote stopped ANWR drilling, and the good old Amnesty for all hand in glove with Kennedy was bad enough. Let alone he being the asshole who we the people ended ended up to vote for last time is and was bad enough…nope, I have a lot more I could post about this filthy piece of walking, talking sh!t but will refrain from doing so for the time being.

      There is no one phonier than this empty suit on the ‘R’ side of the aisle…no one.

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  5. A bit off topic, but considering the last few days…

    So my in-laws live in a not so great part of Memphis(I’ll paypal $20 to whom can find a good part of that shithole), and the boy stayed with them today. There’s a mosque not far from their house and it was packed all day today. We’ve been by that place all hours of the day, every day of the week, and have never seen it that crowded. Ever. In the last couple of years. Entire parking lot full, and more parked in the lots around it. The wife told me about it when she got home, and even she thinks somethings up.

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    • So…what do you two think is up? – Just curious type of thing. 😉

      Btw…that’s half-a$$ sarcasm if you get my meaning.

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      • Rather not speculate, she just found it odd that the joint was overflowing now, and never has been before. Let em do their derka derka crap and bang their heads on the floor, whatever.
        Whatever it is, they know who I am. I’m the sumbitch in the big black truck, wearing either an Infidel or AWD shirt, rolling through the hood like the mother humpin honey badger.

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        • Thumbs-Up friend to both of you….you’re not alone in obvious speculation either!

          This ol’ gal has to find a pillow to hit her head on…you all have a great week-end!

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    • Cinnamon Girl says:

      J, I am just going to make a wild guess that the people going to that mosque are black American converts, but I could be wrong.

      Regardless, I agree with you that Memphis has gone to shite. About a year ago I saw a program, I think it was called Gangland (?), that showed Memphis has turned into an out of control Crips and Bloods town since Chicago and New Orleans were already saturated and because Memphis is in the middle of America, where Crips and Bloods from the coasts could flee and continue their war with themselves and each other.

      Add Islamic violence and look out!

      What I want to know is how in the world our cities got so bad. Sure, you cannot discriminate against people because of their color, sex, religion, yada yada, but why are they allowed to be so violent? Why are they allowed to take over the streets with trash, vandalism, drug dealing, prostitution, etc.? Or, the opposite of all of that: Sharia Law. I’ve never, ever understood that one.

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      • You’d be correct about the mosque, but there are a few middle easterners there. What’s real fun is to go to the in laws house around prayer time, with my big ass dog(110 lbs Wiemeraner)in the back, and watch them jump and scurry in their man dress when he barks. Yea, I’m an asshole like that. Then again, no one comes near my truck when the dog is with me.

        That show The First 48 was banned from filming in Memphis because the city council and police dept said it showed the city in a bad light. No shit!

        My in laws area used to be the place to live way back, then Memphis annexed it. Within a few years, it went to shit. Been that way ever since. Hell, there was a shootout a few block from their house not long ago. Seriously, watching the news around here makes you think you live in a warzone.

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        • Cinnamon Girl says:

          Why not have a big dog? So many of the urbanites have pit bulls. At least (I’m betting) your dog at home is a big baby and is treated well.

          As for poor Memphis, it’s out of control. It’s really sad because it could be such a great city. I still feel that a big reason why so many of our cities and suburbs go to hell is that people flee rather than fighting back. Considering that fighting back often means firing back, it’s a choice they sadly cannot make. People just want to live in peace. I wish I knew why so many want the opposite.

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          • Oh yes, he’s a big creampuff with us. Naps with me on the couch, guards the house, plays with the lil one. Good dog, but damn is he hard headed.

            Yea, the urban sprawl is horrible. Area gets bad, people move out. Then that area goes down hill. Rinse and repeat. The only way to get away is to move far away from any city. If I had insane amounts of money, I’d buy a couple hundred acres in the middle of nowhere, fence the whole damn thing, and pack it with pissed off German Shepherds. Put signs up that say “Do not trespass, or your face will be eaten. Guard dogs are fast and hungry.”

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      • As to your last observation:

        It seems like it makes no sense, but actually it does: they’re violent and dangerous, so they go to prison, where they are converted to Islam in droves; they come out, they’re Muslims, meaning pro-Sharia, and so — violent and dangerous…. except they don’t go to prison for that, and I’ll leave you to fill in the “why.” I think we all know.

        In short: same demon, just different guise.

        (As to the mosque activity in Memphis: very, very disturbing. I think we may be seeing the October surprise in September.)

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        • Cinnamon Girl says:

          Yes, it’s odd that their idea of following Sharia Law, which forbids cursing, lewd music, alcohol, drugs, overt public sexuality, tobacco, and supposedly violence is expressed as the opposite but you can’t make a tiger change its stripes as you alluded to.

          However, the Quran does dictate violence against infidels, no matter what Arabs say about the translation, so perhaps they’re fulfilling that requirement. Religious freedom is what it is but in America the law is supposed to be the law. I still don’t understand why overtly illegal behavior is tolerated in everyone except whites. Do Dems need votes THAT badly?

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          • Do they need votes that badly? Anymore, probably. Without a perceived “enemy,” they wouldn’t have the assured voting base of those whose pride is based in the fiction that they are oppressed by whites. They tolerate illegal behavior by the supposedly “oppressed” against the supposed “oppressors” for fear of being called “racist,” or (worse!) “conservative.” Conversely, crimes against whites and Christians by blacks and Muslims are not only tolerated, they are almost applauded.

            BTW, you may be interested in checking out Walid Shoebat, a former Palestinian terrorist, now an American and a Christian. He is very good at explaining the Muslim mindset to a Western audience. (And he’ll tell you what the Arabic says!)

            http://www.shoebat.com (website)
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?f.....9ZOeVK0hwI (“Decision Point” interview)

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          • Another short but good interview with Mr. Shoebat.

            http://youtu.be/9HeK_N-YbQo

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  6. Cinnamon Girl says:

    It seemed to me that McCain jumped from Egypt to Libya, but Sean was a bulldog…clinching down with that jaw and not letting go! Good for him.

    A few months ago when that huge gathering occurred in the square in Cairo, I knew right then and there that with Mubarak out and Morsi in we’d be seeing the Muslim Brotherhood perform radical, extreme, violent acts against us or other innocents and sure enough, they did them on 9/11/12. Libya followed suit and now the violence is everywhere.

    We are about to experience a global jihad. Sean said on the radio today (or was it Mark Levine?) that we are witnessing history. This is true and I, for one, am not going to ignore it even if our so-called leaders do. I’m logging onto Drudge Report all day off and on and listening to the radio news even as they still blame the film.

    I’m getting prouder of Hannity every day although I still feel he has a way to go. McCain? He’s irrelevant. We need a new guard in DC and we will have it in November.

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  7. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    McCain was co-author of the CAMPAIGN FIANCE REFORM BILL remember?

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  8. He was also up for recall in 9/01 and people dropped it for 9/11. He was trying to close our guns shows in Az. He is a sick tired old man who we never can seem to get rid of. He is a loser with mucho $$$. One of the original Keating 5 who did Keatings bidding for pay offs.

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  9. McCain is a warmongering creep.
    Rich and stupid [he married the money].

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  10. When all this Arab Spring bullsh!t was going down Sean Hannity was one of the few who called it from the very beginning………Hannnity was right on the money with that call…..The Muslim Brotherhood was nothing more than a tragedy for US foreign policy and is dangerous to Isreal……..

    I watched that segment of Hannity when it aired and Mcrino as usual was completely mis-reading the entire political development of what was happening in the Middle East………what a dolt………it was refreshing to see Hannity cut McRino off at the knees…….

    McRino should resign for the good of the country……….

    http://sanctification.files.wo.....-board.jpg

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    • Cinnamon Girl says:

      Sometimes I think that the politicians and analysts and what have you actually know how bad it is but won’t admit it either because they are in denial themselves or they don’t wish to frighten Americans. It’s because they are actually afraid of us. They’re afraid we will oust them or they’re scared we will panic, or both. They’ve always underestimated us. What freaks me out is the federal government buying up all the ammo. What gives there? Hmm.

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  11. I caught that segment on Hannity. I thought McCain was going to have a stroke. He turned into a beet with ears. Noticed this morning that the rioting has spread to Sydney. Look out Dearborn and Detroit. I am shocked at the proliferation and numbers of Muslims all over the World. Ding Ding Ding Hello.

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    • Why would they come to Detroit or Dearborn? Those places are already in ruins and crawling with Muslim roaches. Detroit looks like any other Libturd run city. Garbage dumps with roads though them.

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  12. I was sitting here thinking (dangerous) that Sean Hannity gave McCain a gift of a lifetime. He gave McCain the opportunity to distance himself from the Administration. McCain was too stupid to see it.

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  13. McCain (or McPain-in-the-ass) must have had his balls cut off when he was a POW.

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    • Skull, McScamnesty is an arrogant, sick old asshole,…full of his own shit!
      IMO, he has “Stockholm Syndrome” from his days as a POW,…as his cowardly and apologist ways clearly show!

      I am blown away how Arizona could be sooo stupid as to re-install that ass back in the senate!

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      • Same here…especially when we had a real conservative like JD Hayworth runnung against him…oh well, guess it was the Palin factor that helped defeat him too.

        I was so disgusted at what happened in that race it’s still hard for me to talk about.

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      • Yep, I could even believe that prick is a real life manchurian candidate. I mean how long did those commi gukes have him and just what might they have done to him?

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  14. Thank God Hannity is finally stepping things up.
    O’Reilly is a total sellout and I’m sick of the Fox News info-tainment comedy crap. Cutesy stories about a god-damned cat stuck in someone’s luggage while the world burns down.
    (It is looking like this generation is going to see the apocalyse by the way).
    I hope I go quick, I’d rather not be around for the nuclear winter and “The Road” scenario.
    “They were trampled in the winepress outside the city, and blood flowed out of the press, rising as high as the horses’ bridles”-Rev

    “have a good day!”

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  15. One thing I have to give to Hannity is that more than any other Fox News analyst, he has been the most consistent in vigilently vetting the “campaigner-in-chief” from day one.

    Remember, this was the same John “McShame” who back in 2008 gave future RINO’s a grand display of “How to lose a presidential election against an incompetent liberal Democrat”.

    1.Pay your opponent a public compliment based solely on political correctness.

    2.Kiss their tush especially, if they’re a minority!

    3.Avoid addressing important issues while tirelessly reminding the folks of your military experience and then, wait for the scripted applause!

    Mc”Sahme” has nothing left to offer other than to make useless statements about how wrong it is for us to pull out of Egypt! The man is totally irrelevant. Really, so far Sean has been on the right course in publicly chastising both Hussein and his boot licking minnions in the distorted left wing media. So why I ask is he booking a character like John Mc”Shame” to offer his uninspiring opinions on foreign policy issues or on any other issues for that matter?

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    • Right you are..plus he was the only one that I can think of on TV that was against what we did in Egypt and Libya regarding this phony Arab Spring BS…anyone with a brain knew our enemies were and are behind this too.

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    • So why I ask is he booking a character like John Mc”Shame” to offer his uninspiring opinions on foreign policy issues or on any other issues for that matter? Renee

      He probably knew what McCains response would be, and he wanted America to see it.

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  16. Enoch Powell says:

    The entire Republican Party leadership is composed of RINOs no better than McCain. Romney is himself a worshiper of lively, vibrant, diverse, multicultural globalism. That means he is the enemy of his own country. It is a disturbing fact, but there is no one to vote for in the coming election. I am hoping that Obama is defeated because it needs to be seen to happen that millions of White people reject that evil, affirmative-action parasite. But a Romney victory is nothing to celebrate. We will be utterly betrayed by Romney in every way.

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    • …and we’ll be betrayed by Romney because you say it’s so. Wow…who knew you were such a physic.

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    • Spoken words of wisdom!

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    • Ahem, okay let me try this….

      No, of course a Romeny victory will not be much to celebrate, but an Obama loss will be… we can always hope that the TEA party members in the GOP can keep Romney in line and steer him away from his liberal tendencies.. but there is NOT a snowballs chance in hell of that being the case with Obama.

      when life gives you lemons.. make lemonade

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      • Love the way you put that…we have to keep all in line via the House and Senate, especially the Senate too. I wished McConnell would be replaced, same as Boehner, but don’t see a chance of that happening anytime soon. One things a fact, we get more and more conservatives in both chambers and we’ve got it made more ways than one.

        Btw…when Dear Leader is defeated I’m going to celebrate like crazy!

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      • No, of course a Romeny victory will not be much to celebrate, but an Obama loss will be… Vince.

        Thats all I’m hoping for. I just want Obama gone.

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    • I’ve said this before on here, and I’ll say it again: I’ll vote for a blueberry pie over Obama. If we successfully vote Obama out of office, where he can never ruin this country ever again… then that IS a victory well worth celebrating. Not to mention that it will show that we CAN keep our elected leaders in line. And vote them out of office – that is, fire them – if they fail to do so.

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  17. Just look and listen to what McCain’s PIG daughter and his Stepford wife say about homosexual “marriage” and you KNOW “Juan” McCain is a traitor

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    • Wow EN…long time no see! Where ya been lately? Hope all is well with you in your world.

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      • Hi Bigtimer! Thanks

        Miss reading all your stuff and that of others on here- computer /tech problems and general busy life stuff conspired to keep me away but it seems that I am able to access AWD once again

        THANKS

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        • You’re more than welcome…just glad as heck to see ya back now and then. Believe me, I’ve wondered what happened to you. Glad to know the reasons…take care and do well. 😉

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