Coward Sean Hannity Attacks Obama’s Choice of Condiment

by Ben Hoffman

Sean Hannity, who recently said he’d be water-boarded for charity but then chickened out, is currently whining about Barack Obama’s choice of condiment. Obama ordered a hamburger and asked for fancy Dijon mustard on it! What kind of American puts mustard on a hamburger?!! That’s like putting ketsup on a hot dog! Is that what Muslims do, Mr. elitist president? Unbelievable.

6 Comments to “Coward Sean Hannity Attacks Obama’s Choice of Condiment”

  1. .
    The Left is just keeping this ‘Mustard story’ alive, the Right had a chuckle and moved on. There are many much more important things to criticize this administration about. The Left doesn’t want people focusing on the big stuff, because that’s where it’s most dangerous to them. The Truth will bring them down, God willing.
    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    deify your dear leaders

    they are supernatural
    with magical qualities

    absurd thought –
    God of the Universe says
    don’t protest tax increases

    or support states’ rights

  2. Wasn’t it Hannity that started the whole “Mustard Story”? How is that “focusing on the big stuff”?

    He’s just Keith Obermann from a different angle.

  3. He’s a warrior, a secret mustard warrior

  4. It really is getting pathetic, these right-wing attacks. They’ve seriously made his choice of condiment a full-on republican talking-point. Are they that desperate?

    And Hannity is certainly a coward. We should be giving props to Mancow for actually going through with the waterboarding, and coming to the inevitable conclusion that it is torture.

  5. I’m a “nickle democrat”. For me, both parties are in thrall to corporate greed. Our politicians bought and sold on the auction block. I see barely a nickle’s difference between the two. But because of my financial situation, I go for that nickle. Which I figure the Demos are more likely to toss my way.

    And want to say, Mr. Ben, I truly appreciate your cartoon on your header. The donkey and the elephant head to head. And like I say, although a weak fan, I am for the donkey!

  6. Even if you are offended by a French name for mustard, which is pretty silly, he did ask for a “spicy mustard, or something like that, a dijon mustard, or something like that . . .”

    You know what. This would all be find on the Comedy Channel. But this guy masquerades as a serious journalist. That’s what really annoys people.

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