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One Year Since Sean Hannity Agreed to be Waterboarded

One year ago, today, Sean Hannity agreed to be waterboarded for charity. He has yet to do it, not even for the troops’ families as he said he would…

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FoxNews.com Miscalculates Obama, Biden Donations

Quoted from FoxNews.com:

President Obama and Vice President Biden released their tax returns on Thursday (Tax day). They reveal that Biden and his wife, Jill, earned $330,000 in 2009, but gave just four tenths of one percent ($4,820) in cash and “in kind” contributions to charity. The Obamas did slightly better. They gave almost 6 percent of their $5.5 million joint income to charity. Much of their income came from the president’s two bestselling books.

Check the math. The amounts provided by Fox News for Joe Biden do not represent “four tenths of one percent,” but rather almost 1.5%.  Additionally, there is no mention of President Obama’s Nobel Prize donation ($1.4 million) to ten different charities, but not claiming a tax deduction for the donation. The Nobel Prize contribution would have amounted to over 25% of the $5.5 million income reported by Fox News.

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Sean Hannity Still Insists Waterboarding Is Not Torture

A month after Sean Hannity said he would be waterboarded to show his support for our troops, Erich “Mancow” Muller took up the challenge. Mancow called it off after six seconds and stated, emphatically, that waterboarding is “absolutely torture.” He made an appearance on Countown with Keith Olbermann and said that it’s worse than drowning and that he would have said anything to make it stop, thus proving that it’s an unreliable method of obtaining accurate information.

After the initial offer to be waterboarded, after Mancow “manned up” and took the challenge, and after Mancow declared that it is, in fact, torture, Sean Hannity still insists that it’s not. He called Mancow and told him, “It’s still not torture.” Mancow replied, “Sean, it is torture.”

Mancow also praised Olbermann and called him a “stand up guy” for donating $10,000 to the Veterans of Valor.

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Keith Olbermann Donates $10k to Charity in Mancow’s Name, not Sean Hannity’s

It made big news yesterday when Erich “Mancow” Muller was waterboarded live on his radio show. It happened to be on the one month anniversary of Sean Hannity‘s offer to do the same to support the troops. Of course, Hannity has not followed through on his word. Keith Olbermann, showing what charity and support looks like, withdrew his offer to donate $1,000 per second to charity in Sean Hannity’s name, calling him “unnecessary.” Instead he decided to give $10,000 to charity in Mancow’s name, even though Mancow only lasted around six seconds.

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Jesse Ventura Makes $1,000 Waterboarding Bet to Sean Hannity

Former Governor, Navy SEAL and professional wrestler, Jesse Ventura, has been making the rounds recently promoting his new book. He’s been on The View, The Howard Stern Show, Sean Hannity’s show, Fox & Friends, etc. He also sat down with The Huffington Post for an interview in which he offered a $1,000 bet that if he were to waterboard Sean Hannity, he’d get Hannity to say that Barack Obama is the greatest president.

“I’ll bet [Hannity] a thousand bucks that I can get him to say ‘Barack Obama is the greatest president’ — if I get him to say it, he’ll give the thousand to charity and if I can’t, I’ll give the money to charity.”

Ventura also mentioned that he wants to go on The O’Reilly Factor, but Bill O’Reilly doesn’t have the courage to have him as a guest.

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Sean Hannity’s Flock Want Him Waterboarded

While it’s obviously for different reasons, i.e. to shut up those evil libs, Sean Hannity‘s faithful followers won’t let him forget about his offer to be waterboarded. Actually, it appears that they’re foaming at their mouths to see it done, much like a pack of rabid sheep. Here are a few gems from Sean Hannity’s forum

Mr. Hannity I would be honor to join you for the waterboarding technique challenge offered by keith olberman. Although olbermann should not perform the waterboarding because he’s an idiot and has no idea how it’s done but I would not have any problem with an ex-military or ex-CIA doing it. (link)

Further proof that Sean puts his $$$ where his mouth is and yet another reason I love Sean! (link)

I’ll hand you a towel Sean. Show those libs. (link)

Now that the terrorists know waterboarding technique and that it’s won’t necessary kill em, they’ll be be prepare for it. It may even cause waterboarding to be less effective. Do we need to come up with different enhanced interrogation technique? (link)

There is ample proof on Hannity’s forum that he has some seriously sadistic followers. With friends like those, he doesn’t need enemies!

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Sean Hannity Silent About Waterboarding

It’s been over a week since Sean Hannity accepted Charles Grodin’s waterboarding challenge. His offer was to raise money for the troops. Keith Olbermann offered to donate $1000 per second to charity. A volunteer has been found to administer the torture. A web site or two have been started to try and get him to keep his word. Is it because Glenn Beck‘s waterboarding poll shows that his viewers believe (3 to 1) that it’s torture? So, what’s the deal, Hannity? Here are a few theories…

  1. You really do think it’s torture and you’re scared
  2. You can’t admit that you made a stupid mistake
  3. You don’t know what goes on outside your bubble
  4. You secretly hate our troops & don’t want to donate
  5. Fox News has told you to shut your trap
  6. You’ve stuck your head in the sand like the last 8 yrs
  7. You hope this will just go away if you ignore it

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Volunteer Found to Waterboard Sean Hannity

First Sean Hannity, while talking with Charles Grodin, agrees to be waterboarded. Then, Keith Olbermann takes him up on it and offers up $1,000 per second that Hannity can withstand the torture method. Now, Olbermann has found a willing participant in this game of chicken. Former Army interrogator and SERE school instructor, Mike Ritz, has come forward to administer the waterboarding for charity. A $30,000 bonus has been offered if Hannity admits that, after being waterboarded, it is torture.

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Sean Hannity: Waterboard For Freedom?

Another site has popped up, this time with a petition, encouraging Sean Hannity to keep his word and be waterboarded for charity. WaterboardForFreedom.org states, “Support Your Troops! Waterboard Sean Hannity!” Sign their petition here. The site appears to be a few days old and the petition has nearly 500 comments. There is also a page for tracking proposed charitable contributions, such as the $1000 per second from Keith Olbermann.

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Waterboard Sean Hannity for Charity?

Sean Hannity consents to waterboarding. Then the bar is raised when Keith Olbermann offers $1000 per second. Now, there’s a new web site devoted to the charitable waterboarding session…

At WaterboardSeanHannityForCharity.com, you can email mock donations of one dollar per second. Not good enough? You can provide stipulations (i.e. He has to be standing on a bucket for seven hours with no bathroom breaks). There is a disclaimer that your email will be forwarded to MSNBC, Fox and Sean Hannity’s favorite charity.

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Olbermann Raises the Bar for Hannity’s Waterboarding

I don’t really agree with this since nobody should be subjected to waterboarding, but since Hannity has offered to do it, by all means… Now Keith Olbermann has called him out and is offering $1000 for every second that Hannity can last. Of course, this money will go to charity.

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Hannity Waterboarded For Charity?

Sean Hannity had actor Charles Grodin on his show and the debate took an unexpected turn… As you know Hannity is one of the talking heads at Fox News who believes that it’s all well and good to torture. Finally someone has taken him to task. Now, let’s see if Hannity holds true.

GRODIN: You’re for torture.
HANNITY: I am for enhanced interrogation.
GRODIN: You don’t believe it’s torture. Have you ever been waterboarded?
HANNITY: No, but Ollie North has.
GRODIN: Would you consent to be waterboarded? We can waterboard you?
HANNITY: Sure.
GRODIN: Are you busy on Sunday?
HANNITY: I’ll do it for charity. I’ll let you do it. I’ll do it for the troops’ families.

Really, I don’t think anyone should be waterboarded, but as Forest Gump said, “stupid is as stupid does.”

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