Ever since Ted Cruz came up with that brilliant idea to seal up the Republican silo by having Limbaugh, Hannity or Levin moderate a debate, Sean Hannity has been testing his tough debate questioning style in front of the mirror to see if he pleases himself enough.
Okay, I'm kidding, but he's not kidding about being at the ready to assist Republicans by making sure they never hear anything that might resemble a fact.
SEAN HANNITY: The RNC has now cancelled an upcoming NBC debate with the Republican candidates. On Sunday, GOP candidates are going to meet to plan a new debate format. We now have -- and there may be a major change in the whole format process. I've actually gotten calls from campaigns saying hey, would you be available? I'm like, yeah I'm available. Hello I'm here. I will tell you, this is getting so big, so deep. This is a 'I paid for this microphone' moment. Not only for Ted Cruz. But I will tell you, this is going to have an impact that will resonate in presidential debates for decades and decades to come. Now, let me give you some of the details because this is dominating now American politics when it comes to Republicans, conservatives. Oh, by the way, I'm really aggravated at Republicans today, like every day. They're so timid and weak and feckless and say surrender.
They really like the word "feckless," don't they? I think it's because they're secretly pretending they're saying f*ckless.