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Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism Paperback – February 1, 2005
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About the Author
Sean Hannity is the host of radio's The Sean Hannity Show and TV's Hannity, and the author of the New York Times bestsellers Deliver Us from Evil and Let Freedom Ring. His radio show is heard by roughly 13.5 million loyal listeners on 500 stations nationwide.
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I fully expected to get frustrated and annoyed at Hannity's partisan rants. But truthfully I spent more time laughing at Hannity's screwy logic, disingenuous statements and curious double standards than I did getting angry with him. It is just sad that Sean Hannity would dupe his audience in such an irresponsible fashion with this partisan propaganda.
I knew I was in for a good time when Sean Hannity started referring to liberals and Democrats as "appeasers" and the "blame America first crowd". You see, Democrats "hate America" when they criticize the incompetence, arrogance, errors of judgment and questionably legality of Republican foreign policy decisions. However, when Republicans criticize the foreign policy of Democrats, they have "moral courage" and "love America."
Sean Hannity can't have it both ways. American foreign policy is American foreign policy regardless of which party holds the office. Examining and identifying flaws in our foreign policy positions allows us to learn from and correct past mistakes so we can avoid them in the future. If criticizing American foreign policy emboldens our enemies during Republican administrations it does no less during Democrat administrations, which Hannity has no qualms with.
Hannity likes to accuse liberals and Democrats of having a history of "appeasement". Democrats aren't tough enough, Hannity claims. America shouldn't negotiate. America shouldn't "appease". America must be tough. Take the case of Jimmy Carter, Hannity's second favorite whipping boy behind Bill Clinton. Hannity criticizes Carter for getting tough with Iran in January 1979. You see, the CIA basically helped to install the Shah of Iran in a coup in 1953.Read more ›
But he got his point across very well, I read a couple of the
reviews, WOW, some people need to attend a few anger management
sessions. Mr. Hannity, I look forward to your next book.
Well, I picked this book up last night and completed nearly half of it before I fell asleep. I can't wait to finish it tonight. I never knew Hannity was so deep in his thinking. Sean is younger than I so I assumed he would be writing from his experiance in life. WRONG! He has researched this book well and it reads with the ease of a work of fiction, toough it isn't, I know, I lived through much of it. (Born 1949) So, before you talk about our country's future and the next election, this book is a MUST READ! You owe it to Yourself, God and Country. Happy reading
This is the man who voiced opposition to President Clinton sending troops to Bosnia to eliminate the genocide and ethnic cleansing, which it did. Sean asserted that it was his patriotic duty to speak out as an American, and his exercise of free speech. He asked, how this president could justify his actions to American families when their relatives started coming home in body bags. When Bush invaded Iraq, patriotic duty and free speech went out the window when he asserted that criticism of the Bush administration was undermining our national resolve.
His real low point came when a renegade NYC Police Officer named Volpe sodomized Abner Luema (spelling?) with a broom handle in a police precinct. With nothing more than an intuition, Sean announced on the air that maybe that penetration came from the victim's lifestyle. Sean and Volpe's father shared microphones as they crooned a popular melody with made-up lyrics that implied the same. The crooning stopped suddenly when Volpe was fired from the force, and admitted to the sodomy.
Sean again showed his patriotism and wisdom in 1998 when President Clinton announced that a terrorist named Usama bin Laden and his al Qaeda group were the biggest threat to the US. Hannity joined the chorus of republican legislators who ignored the warning, accusing Clinton of "wagging the dog" in order to take focus from the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Naturally, the bottom line is that all liberals are evil, and all conservatives are good.Read more ›
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Great product. Quick delivery. Will buy again....5 star....thanks.Published 2 months ago by Norma Swede
Great read, and a good recipe for getting America back from liberal progressives. Government can't do everything, eventually socialists start running out of other people's money. Read morePublished 7 months ago by E. Hauch
I recently read Sean Hannity's "Deliver Us From Evil" ©2004. In it he tries to convince us that George W Bush is the only candidate that can lead us through the next four... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kevin Bracken