This morning on The Morning Buzz with Richard Todd (WTMA 1250 AM – 6-10 am) I predicted that amongst the gang of conservative talk hosts that have been relentlessly bashing John McCain (I don’t like McCain either, especially on foreign policy) FOX News Sean Hannity and his neoconservative comrade Mark Levin (the most annoying voice in radio) would be the first to ditch Massachusetts psuedo-conservative Mitt Romney and fall in line behind McCain, due to the Florida Republican primary results.
Richard agreed, but noted “not today, he won’t.” I agreed with Richard that Hannity would at least wait a few days or possibly a week to jump on the bandwagon, for appearance’s sake.
But it did start today, in earnest. I’m listening to his radio show right now, in awe of how Hannity could lower my already dismal opinion of him. Most of his listeners are calling him a “sell out” and “crazy.”
Exactly what is “conservatism” again?
John McCain? Mitt Romney? Sean Hannity?!?
I can’t tell you how satisfying it is to be a Ron Paul Republican, especially today. I’ve (we’ve) already won.