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Sean Hannity Quotes


Sean Hannity quotes: hear from multimedia superstar, Sean Hannity, about beliefs, criticism, family, work ethic, ‘Merica, and much more.

“Whatever your dream is, you find a way to get there, even if you’re not paid a lot.  Do it for the love of what you do.”

“When I started in radio, I worked for free.  I lived at the radio station.  Then I worked for very little money.”

“My life has been a gift up to this point, and I’ve been blessed beyond my wildest imagination.  And wherever this ride takes me is where I’m going.”

“I really don’t map out my life.  There’s no big plan.”

“I am very disciplined in my life and very up front.  It is the only way I can do it and do it well.  I am up every day at seven, and I feed my kids, no matter how long the day was.”

“I know my whole life has been like that, you know, scrappy, fighting for everything you get in life and you appreciate it more.”

“I’m at peace with myself because what I talk about is the way I live.”

“I believe in faith, family, and country.  I really keep it that simple.”

“One of my producers said this business is like a hamster on that little wheel thing that goes around and around.  You may have a great day and get great ratings, but then you’ve got another show to do – whatever moment of success or happiness you have, you’ve got to keep grinding it out for the next day.”

“My wife does wish I dressed better.”

“The only thing I believe in is individual responsibility.  We are the masters of our own destiny.”

“We do have more control over our lives than any politician.”

“I was born to argue.  I don’t know why.  I mean, from arguing with my teachers and, on occasions, my parents.  I think I’ve mastered the art of argument at a fairly young age.”

“I’ve been able to read people my entire life, because I’ve interviewed people now for twenty-some-odd years.  So you can read people that way.”

“I wasn’t on the board of Lehman Brothers.  I was a banker, and I was proud of it and I traveled the country and learned how people make jobs.”

“If someone’s not attacking you that means you’re not doing your job effectively.”

“You’re entitled to your opinion.  I frankly don’t really care what you have to say.  It has very little impact on my life.”

“You can be a good person without any racial intent and still want to keep the flag.  That’s what I learned in my time in the south.”

“The U.S. is the greatest, best country God has ever given man on the face of the earth.”

“One of the best lessons I learned early is that not everything in life is about you.  It is about service.”

“I think there’s definitely billions and billions in waste, fraud, and abuse.  There’s billions that can be generated in the economy by eliminating the bureaucracy.”

“I never got a job from a poor person.”

“I’m not impressed by people’s degrees.  Harvard doesn’t impress me, Yale doesn’t impress me, Columbia doesn’t impress me.”

“I think anybody that gives their opinion in a confident way everyday is going to be criticized.”

“Here you are, you’re a liberal, you probably define peace as the absence of conflict.  I define peace as the ability to defend yourself and blow your enemies into smithereens.”

“I think you need people of principle, of character, that are leaders, that take stands on important tough issues that will affect the future of this country.”

“I like guts in my leaders.”

“With guests who are ‘in the middle of the fight,’ we’re able to hear their point-of-view on the topics, as well as advance our own feelings.”

“Hypnosis I believe is real.  The only problem I guess I have is that, you know, if God or somebody who passed on in my life wanted to talk to me, why wouldn’t they come directly to me?”

“I have never seen any such quote anyplace, anywhere.”

“I hate when people use my tactics against me.”

“Is it that you hate this President or that you hate America?”

“Halloween is a liberal holiday because we’re teaching our children to beg for something for free.  We’re teaching kids to knock on other people’s doors and ask for a handout.”

“My father used to take off his belt and give me a crack.  And I’m all right.”

“I am a total loser, in every aspect of my life.  I rarely go out.  I have a great family and we spend all our time together.  I work hard and play hard with them.”

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