Skip to comments.The Liberty Amendments (FNC 9PM, Aug 16 - Hannity Studio Audience LIVE THREAD)
Posted on 08/16/2013 5:45:12 PM PDT by Gene Eric
A studio audience joins Sean tonight as he takes viewers step-by-step through each of Mark Levin's Liberty Amendments.' While some may support Levin's proposals others are strongly against the suggestions in a must-see conversation.
(Excerpt) Read more at hannitylive.foxnews.com ...
Hannity airs at 9PM and 12 Midnight EST. If a video is available for later viewing, I'll post a link to it.
I don't plan on commenting. I plan to watch the re-air.
Bump for The Great One.
Thanks for the Ping!
I alerted the entire Mark Levin Thread in Post #8:
Watching now. Mark Levin is excellent.
Mark has hipster shades 8-)
Mark made another mention last night about creating an “alliance” with Beck. A Hannity, Levin, Beck alliance is a very good thing. Rush is holding out...
hell he is..el Rushbo is screamin TGO from the roof tops
First ten minutes is laying out the problem facing us, post-constitutional socialism. Next up, Mark’s suggested amendments and questions from the studio audience.
Mark is remarkably articulate. If you transcribed his speech, it would read like an essay. So different from The Commie.
I’m talking about teaming up, a la the Avengers of conservatism.
as was I
Yep, watching it now.
TOTALLY FOR BREAKING NEWS!!!
this is timely and Levin is AWESOME!
LOVE this format. Smart people discussing Important Things, without being interrupted by stupid questions from liberals. Yes, there is such a thing as a stupid question.
no TV here, so following thread comments.
Maybe you can get it from the Fox website later. This is archive-worthy. Every question is important. Can’t come close to summarizing it accurately.
thank God and Greyhound Hannity is keepin him mouth SHUT
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