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  1. imNOTanINDIAN says:

    interesting forum. great job as always tammy! i love the liberals on the panel… lol “if only the gop would do and give everything obama wants, then we can stop this shut down!” lol wtf compromise to them is getting to burn down most of the house or neighborhood. the only compromise the liberals should be doing is between the beasties in their head and their meds… sedate ’em!

  2. Patricia says:

    Woo Hoo! Great job, as usual, Tammy – glad to see you on with Hannity. Thank you Ru for getting the video.

  3. LucyLadley says:

    So glad you posted this! Ru, thanks again for taking care of TAMs!

  4. Di Grace says:

    Thanks, RuBegonia. Tammy should have had more say. Wish she could have debated that Liberal, African-American woman who stated,(while that Southern man was yelling) “This is the country we’re in…” Oh yeah? Not if we can help it!

    • TX Soldier254 says:


    • makeshifty says:

      Liberals keep making the point that the country re-elected Obama, so the ACA is the law, deal with it until the next election. They’re simplifying the election, as usual. They misunderstood the electorate when Obama was elected in ’08, and they’ve misunderstood it again. Public opinion on the ACA is not as black and white as they make it out to be. I think what’s being reflected by the GOP is that the public wanted Obama as president, but not the ACA in its current form. Obama’s presidency is not repudiated by challenging it. If Obama understood what’s good for him, he’d take this opportunity to let the other side weigh in on policy. I think he would see the economy improve somewhat as a result, and he’d get a political boost out of it, as happened with Clinton when the Republicans challenged him. As it is, he’s only continuing his campaign from ’12. The Dems think that the same strategy that worked against Romney (tear him down, but make no positive prescriptions for their own future) will work again against the GOP in Congress. Hence, I think, the reason they will not negotiate. They don’t think they need to.

      To the African-American woman, I say if this is the country we’re living in, and they don’t like what the GOP is doing, they can throw them out the next election. They re-elected Republicans to the House. The voted for a split gov’t, and I believe they did it on purpose. The public has sent you a message which you haven’t been listening to.

  5. littlefirefly says:

    I think those forums on Hannity are difficult. The people are always leader types and use to being in charge. You were so excellent. You were direct, succinct and funny so people remember what you said. Congratulations, so proud to be a supporter!

  6. TX Soldier254 says:

    Thanks Ru, and to Tammy, thanks for being on the panel representing TAM’s worldwide!

  7. Chuck says:

    Thanks Ru for posting this. It was a very spirited panel. This was the first time I saw Hannity live in years. I was glad Sean didn’t interrupt Tammy at all and let her speak :-). I think he did a good job in maintaining some coherence to the discussion.

    I’m still cringing with the libs in the panel. I would’ve liked to be there just to hear what was said during the breaks and afterwards. I can almost hear Tammy asking them: “really, what’s wrong with you?”, LOL.

  8. Kitten says:

    Thanks for capturing this video, Ru, You’re the best! Well, Tammy was looking her usual fabulous self. I gotta admit, I can’t listen to all the liberals Sean has on the show (too often). I watched most of the show on mute. However, he was gracious to our Tammy and I would venture to say he could do his show a huge favor by having her on more often. I’d watch. Great job, Tammy!

  9. SoCalGal says:

    Is this where Tammy has been all week, in NYC? I mean, that’s cool, but I’m missing the chat room. I turned this show off, not knowing Tammy was on it, because I get so sick and tired of the same ol’ libs on his show. I mean, Jehmu and that Tamara Holder chick. Can NOT stand them. They really do make me feel like vomiting.

  10. _CarrieP says:

    Been a busy week and I just got a chance to watch this. God Bless You Tammy! I don’t know how you could stand sitting there. I’ve tried watching these panels that Sean has done but for the sake of my blood pressure alone, I cannot sit through them. But, of course, I watched this one because our fabulous Tammy was on! Great points, by the way!

    I congratulate your restraint for not reaching back and slapping that guy sitting behind you and/or reaching over the people next to you and choking that Gemu Green chick. What a train wreck they both are. That Gemu actually told the guy in the front row toward the very end of the interview that yes, he should be happy that he is paying more because he is paying for 47 million people who now have healthcare. THAT is the illogic we are dealing with and it’s quite frankly, disgusting.

    So again, kudos to you for sitting through it and being fabulous!

  11. makeshifty says:

    I thought Tammy made the most incisive points against the liberals on the panel. That’s why they seemed to get their hackles up more after she spoke.

    I timed the discussion between the participants, and I was surprised. The way things were going, it appeared to me the liberals on the panel were dominating the discussion, but in terms of time that’s not what happened. Hannity had his say for 5 minutes, 29 seconds. The liberals on the panel got 8 minutes, 10 seconds, and the conservatives on the panel got 10 minutes, 14 seconds.

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