It rarely happens, but I find myself on Hannity's side in this interview with the detestable former party boy and medical school flunk-out, Anjem Chattery Choudary. He's the fanatic Islamist agitator who allegedly encouraged James Foley's murderer to join with Islamic extremists fighting in Syria. Often, it's the character with impulse control problems who wants to put everyone else in restraints, and they try to get there through unrestrained expression of their own aggressive impulses. Alas, self-insight isn't a fanatic's strong suit.
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