Hannity needs to understand what’s really personal

During Tuesday’s radio show, Sean Hannity told Cindy Sheehan, “Don’t get personal,” during their heated discussion about the Iraq War.

Don’t get personal? Sean, get real. One of the reasons the U.S. is in this war is a personal vendetta that our president held against Saddam Hussein for his attempted assassination of the current president’s father, George H.W. Bush.  There were no weapons of mass destruction. Our oil prices are higher, not lower, than they were five years ago. The war was not about WMDs. It was not “all about the oil,” as so many professed in the days leading up to the war. It was personal, and now the entire world has to pay because President Bush decided to stick up for his daddy.

That’s getting personal, Sean.

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