On his first post-election radio broadcast, Sean Hannity told his listeners to keep the faith and continue the fight for conservatism.
“We lost a tough election,” he said. “And it’s not the first time and it won’t be the last time. But the country will come calling, at some point, for conservatism.”
He admonished his conservative audience, stunned by the election, “You can’t give up the fight. You don’t give up in the cause you believe in. … What happens to the world if American doesn’t lead? You can take a few days to feel sorry for yourself, but it doesn’t do any good.”
After telling his listeners to “redouble your efforts,” he addressed America as a whole.
“Americans, you get the government you deserve. And it pains me to say this, but America right now deserves Barack Obama. You deserve what you voted for. I know half the country didn’t vote that way, but Americans deserve the government that they want and they deserve. Four years ago, the public could be excused for voting for Obama because, frankly, he was a blank canvas…. Now he is a known entity. And just barely over 50 percent looked at his pathetic record and decided they wanted more of the same.”
HT to Mediaite.
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