Waterboarding Sean

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So Charles Grodin — Charles Grodin? yes, Charles Grodin — got Sean Hannity to say on the air that he would volunteer to be waterboarded for charity.  He even named the charity.

Keith Olbermann pounced, of course, and said he would donate $1,000 for every second Hannity could stand the treatment.

I’d like suggest some rules for this experiment, if it is to have any value.  First, Hannity doesn’t get to practice.  Second, the person waterboarding him cannot be someone he trusts, or even someone he knows.  It should be somebody he knows can’t stand him and believes will get a great deal of satisfaction from the experience.  I nominate Janeane Garofalo.  Or Mickey Rourke.  I have no idea how Micky Rourke feels about Sean Hannity, but he seems like he’d be good at it.

That’s the context of the prisoners we waterboarded, and it’s important.  Ideally, Hannity should be an actual prisoner when it’s done, but that’s probably asking too much.

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2 Responses to “Waterboarding Sean”

  1. ME Says:

    I’m thinking “Pay-Per-View.”

    We could pay off the national debt.

  2. urbino Says:

    Indeed. Maybe even Uncle Dick’s legal bills.

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