Tonight Sean Hannity will be in Atlanta with Newt Gingrich, Joe the Plumber and others for a Tax Day Tea Party, but earlier this week he got a bit of a talking to by FNC contributor, Bernie Goldberg.
As Hannity described the Obama administration’s “racing to take credit” after the rescue of pirate hostage Capt. Richard Phillips, Goldberg brought up an “issue about this that troubles me.”
“We have to stop going out of our way to find fault with every single thing he does,” said Goldberg. “Look, I think I’ve got a little credibility on this issue: I don’t like his economic policies, I don’t like his tax policies, I wrote that book ‘A Slobbering Love Affair’ about how the media slobbered all over him, but I’m not going to be like the left was with George Bush and criticize everything he does.”
On last night’s Countdown, the exchange was part of Keith Olbermann’s “worst persons” segment.
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