CPAC: Sean Hannity declares Conservatives and establishment Republicans unitePosted by Holly Fraser on February 27, 2015
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Sean Hannity, Conservative FOX News radio and television host, energized the audience before he spoke by tossing footballs into the crowd to the song, “This is How We Roll.”
Acknowledging the large presence of the millennials in attendance, Hannity expressed the disappointment in the rising national debt they will inherit thanks to the six years of Obama’s presidency. Stating:
We can do better. The American people are needlessly suffering because of the bad politics in Washington. Our generation leaves this country in worse shape than we found it.
Hannity focused on terrorism stating “he never thought America would be battling groups such as ISIS and Hezbollah.” Contrasting Obama to the King of Jordan, he had praise for one but criticism for the other. Praising Abdullah II, the king of Jordan for taking swift action against ISIS after the brutal murder of a Jordanian pilot, while Criticizing Obama for his insensitivity of the beheading of American journalist, James Foley.
With many contenders for president seeking his coveted endorsement, Hannity admitted he hasn’t made up his mind yet on who he supports. Sharing a quote from the movie Braveheart – “I see strength in you. Unite us.” Taking from that concept, Sean stated: “Conservatives and establishment Republicans need to unite.”
Hannity outlined the many areas both groups within the Republican party can agree on, such as energy independence, debt, school choice, and securing our borders for our safety.
He ended with advice on how to find the right candidate for president,
Dig deep and find a person who understands the destiny of the nation to stand as a beacon for the entire world.”
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