Charles Grodin wants to waterboard Hannity

Listening to Hannity's voice is like being waterboarded

FearlessFreep's picture

How do I manage to live without Fox News?

 

Tell him he should get in line

Wally_Pipp's picture

Behind the rest of us. No cutting, either.

Best regards, Wally

Enhanced Interrogation Techniques?

Rajah's picture

So semantics is gonna save them? Call it what you want, torture is torture.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__8O7IDgcIc

Cenk said it best

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkGdlmyiFeI

Grodin was really funny in THE LONELY GUY

FearlessFreep's picture

As Steve Martin's buddy.

Just wanted to mention it.

 

He was pretty good in Midnight Run.

Wulfgar's picture

Otherwise I was rather tepid on him until he got his talk show and decided he was going to be Howard Stern's Lex Luthor.

 

 

Ever since, I have stalked the night, searching for his crypt so that his evil might be extingushed, once and for all. Oh, there will be a day of reckoning for you, non-believer! A totaling of sums and a snapping of necks, and you will count yourself among the damned!

 

 

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~No, my young padawan; this one is mine.~

 

Keith Olbermann continues to bait Sean Hannity

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

NEW YORK – The debate over torture is getting personal for two of cable TV's prime-time hosts.

After Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity made a seemingly impromptu offer last week to undergo waterboarding as a benefit for charity, MSNBC's Keith Olbermann leapt at it. He offered $1,000 to the families of U.S. troops for every second Hannity withstood the technique.

Olbermann repeated the offer on Monday's show and said in an interview Tuesday that he's heard no response. He said he'll continue to pursue it.

"I don't think he has the courage to even respond to this — let alone do it," Olbermann said.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090429/ap_en_ot/us_tv_hannity_s_torture

{;-) Dan in Miami

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