There’s never a bad time to want to slap Sean Hannity
I keep an old folder in Evernote that’s full of random ideas for blog posts. Whenever I don’t know what to write about, I dig through that folder and see if anything grabs me. You never know when you might discover a fresh take on an old idea.
There’s a note in that folder titled “I will give ten bucks to the GOP every time Sean Hannity gets slapped in the face on live television.” I created that note on the sixth of February, and I can’t really say what originally inspired it, because I didn’t jot down any notes or context at the time. All I did was save the sentence “I will give ten bucks to the GOP every time Sean Hannity gets slapped in the face on live television.”
Even though that sentence is six months old today, I think it still applies. In fact, there’s never really been a time, in all my years of knowing who Sean Hannity is, that I didn’t think his face deserved a slap. I don’t know if it’s ideology, his hypocrisy, his smug attitude, or just his great big target of a face. My desire to see him get slapped is timeless, and it runs so deep that I’d be happy to give a little money to the party he basically works for, if they promise to help make it happen.
Come on, Sean Hannity. Take one for the team. Your credibility and integrity certainly have, time and again. Why can’t your face?
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