Hannity: 'Allure And Appeal Of Socialism And Redistribution Of Wealth Has Taken Hold'

By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. | November 7, 2012 | 3:39pm EST

Today, radio host Sean Hannity reflected on last night’s presidential election saying “maybe America is no longer the center-right country that it once was.”

Hannity began his show by stating to his audience that he would not go down the road of depression, but that “you can’t lose an election like yesterday and not be concerned.”

“The reality is that America is changing…the allure and the appeal of socialism and redistribution of wealth has taken hold with about half the electorate,” he said.

Hannity also compared Barack Obama to parents who always give their children whatever they want:

“There is a certain appeal to the parent that will give you everything you want.  There’s a certain lack of hipness, if you will, for the parent that’s saying, you’ve got to eat your broccoli.”

“I think we have to face a reality that maybe America is no longer the center-right country that it once was…America has been conditioned now to be an entitlement society,” Hannity said.

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