Hannity's response to Ann Coulter's use of the word faggot pretty much ended his interviewing technique: Hannity: I didn't hear it. I&#3
March 4, 2007

hannity-throne.jpg Hannity's response to Ann Coulter's use of the word faggot pretty much ended his interviewing technique:

Hannity: I didn't hear it. I'd rather see it before I comment on it and whatever. You know, no other person is responsible for what a person says except that person. And so, if they have a problem with what Ann Coulter says, blame Ann Coulter. You can't blame somebody else for what she said. So I didn't see it.

There goes his shtick. For all future participants---no longer can he ask any guest if they are embarrassed by what so and so said. To fill the extra air time expect a lot of Rick Santorum and the unwatchable Dennis Miller to pick up the slack...Hannity & Colmes did not do one segment on the Walter Reed scandal all last week. I went through them last night...Pathetic, but Coulter will be...FOX NEWS likes Anna Nicole Smith a whole lot better anyway.

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