Hannity doesn't just appear to be an American hero ? he's the real deal.
That's why his hard-hitting book, "Deliver Us From Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism" is a must-read.
This genuinely "nice guy" shows just how much he cares for America and individuals by writing one of the most courageous and principled books on principles I've seen in a long time. Sean conquers liberal lies, ignorance, failure and hypocrisy by boldly exposing them as such.
Take for instance, his indictment of former President Clinton's failure to deal with terrorism:
President Clinton, in short, has taught us all a costly lesson in the perils of modern-day appeasement. In his preoccupation with political matters, and his essential reluctance to view terrorists or brutal dictators as a military threat, he failed to stand up to evil, and in so doing gravely compromised our national security ... Bill Clinton wasn't asleep at the wheel. He just refused to drive ? and Americans paid for his folly and lack of leadership with their lives.
Or Sean's well-documented chronology of John Kerry's backpedaling, sidestepping, web of lies about his now infamous flip-flopping votes on the war in Iraq:
The reason John Kerry has such different reasons for his vote is that he doesn't want to tell the truth ... in his constant shifting, waffling and flip-flopping on the tough questions of the day ? Kerry has proven to be guided not by a strong moral compass, but by the shifting sands of pure political opportunism ...
Sometimes Kerry's hypocrisy is so flagrant that it's hard to imagine what he was thinking. After roundly denouncing President Bush for his appearance on the USS Abraham Lincoln to welcome home troops from the Middle East, Kerry formally announced his presidential candidacy standing on an aircraft carrier in South Carolina.
Of course, "Deliver Us From Evil" contains brilliant explanations and defenses of conservative principles Americans have come to count on Hannity to deliver. But in a most compelling fashion, Sean also has the guts to call evil for what it is, and the boldness to illuminate truth as the only answer.
Because he lives what he believes, Sean Hannity has earned the right to do both.