Resident Fox News buffoon, Sean Hannity thinks there is a difference between Obama and Romney
Just more evidence that the great voice of conservatism doesn’t care a thing about freedom, liberty and true prosperity, but just that big “R’ behind some candidates name.
During the Wednesday episode of Hannity, magician Penn Jillette voiced his support for the Libertarian candidate, former New Mexico governor, Gary Johnson and Sean Hannity nearly blew a gasket–heaven forbid that someone would actually vote their conscious.
Hannity, showing his true colors of a Republican tool responded, “but he’s not gonna win, so isn’t that a half a vote for Obama?”
Naturally, Mr. Hannity realizes not one iota that the real differences between Mr. Obama and Mr. Romney are negligible at best.
Jillette responded to Hannity understanding that there is little difference between the two statists: “I believe that voting for the lesser of two evils in game theory will always leads to more evil,” Jillette replied. “…If you actually believe that Romney is a fabulous candidate, then you should vote for him, I don’t. Most of the stuff I disagree with Obama on I also disagree with Romney on.”
This had to stick in Hannity’s craw. Even though I’m sure he knows the similarity of each man’s records, Hannity has his eye on the “R” at the end of the name, and for him, that’s the only difference that matters.
Voting one’s conscious is NEVER a wasted vote Mr. Hannity. Unfortunately, I don’t think you’ll ever get that.