Published On: Sun, Jul 24th, 2011

Sean Hannity shows his true colors again

On Friday night’s  Hannity show, so-called conservative mouthpiece Sean Hannity interviewed  former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. While Hannity does his ritual sucking up to Republican guests, he showers praise on Bush concerning his work in education, his 21 points.

After badgering the younger Bush about not running for President, Hannity asked him if he’d consider being a vice-president with the task of being the Education Czar.

Education Czar, really?

Wasn’t it Hannity that bashed Obama for his plethora of czars? At the same time, ignoring George W. Bush’s bevy of czar appointments.

As I wrote nearly two years ago in “Another difference between the Hannity conservatives and constitutionalists: the Czars” , Sean Hannity is not opposed to the concept of czars, just individual czars he disagrees with or the President which appointed the Czar.

Moments after making that inane statement, Bush made a negative comment about czars  in which you could see the light bulb go off over Hannity’s head. It’s like he thought, “Oh Yeah, I’m supposed to be against czars”.

This guy is so transparent and any true constitutional conservative can easily see through his charade.

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