Hannity and Colmes diss Ted & RFK jr., Don Young rides free

Cape Wind prexy Jim Gordon blew them away on FOX-TV's  Hannity and Colmes last night.

Hannity & ColmesThe brash Fox duo called Senator Kennedy and his newphew hypocrites, but couldn't get Jim Gordon to criticise either. Hannity & Colmes were highly critical of both Kennedys. The video and text at available in the link below.

The worst Gordon said was, "my disappointment is that the senator established out a position before the environmental reviews came in, before the massachusetts energy facility board approved our project. sean: isn't it about their view? isn't it about how it affects them? it's ok for them to lecture us but when it comes to their life they don't want to live up to their standard."

After Hannity failed to get Gordon to diss Ted, he said about the senior senator and Congressman Delahunt "they are politicians they have to look at the fact that six to one in massachusetts, a new poll, six to one in massachusetts, support it."

See the program and a video of it here.

In a sidebar:
The Alaska Congressman trying to stymie Cape Wind is listed as the 6th worse offender in the nation for taking $83,000 worth of free corporate jet rides.

See Don's inkOut of 600+ members of congress, Don Young ranks just behind President Bush for taking hand-outs from coropate America. Here's the item in the Buffalo News today;

Leading the list was former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina, the Democrats' 2004 candidate for vice president. He reported $313,749 worth of corporate jet travel. Next came President Bush, at $149,667; followed by Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., $125,187; Rep. Michael G. Oxley, R-Ohio, $108,700; Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., $102,000; Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, $83,000; and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., $69,000... Read the rest (it's towards the bottom) of this Buffalo News story here, and comment below.

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