• This is a partial transcript from "Hannity & Colmes," May 8, 2007, that has been edited for clarity.

    SEAN HANNITY, CO-HOST: So Paris Hilton is going to jail, but not without a fight. She's asking friends and fans to petition Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to get her jail sentence commuted.

    Joining us now is the author of the brand new book "Living the Truth: Transforming Your Life Through the Power of Insight and Honesty", Dr. Keith Ablow's with us.

    How are you doing, Doctor?


    HANNITY: I want to run this tape. Because the truth, I think, is the most important thing in life.

    ABLOW: That's what it's all about.

    HANNITY: Let's look at little Paris Hilton upset about the sentence.


    PARIS HILTON, HOTEL HEIRESS: I feel that I was treated unfairly. And that the sentence is both cruel and unwarranted, and I don't deserve this.


    HANNITY: Treated unfairly, and it's cruel and it's so unfair. And...

    ABLOW: And she needs a copy of "Living the Truth". Because the bottom line is, not only does she not get it, she doesn't understand that a judge, after she drank and drove, gave her a warning, essentially, a break.

    HANNITY: Right. Right.

    ABLOW: You can't just do what you want in life.

    HANNITY: Twice.

    ABLOW: Because it did can hurt people. There is a petition saying, well, look, she's our drug so let her out, because our lives are boring without her.

    HANNITY: Well, maybe.

    But you know something? I'm looking at her mother. And, for example, the mother, Kathy, notorious, you know, mother of this party girl, she went to the courtroom. She laughed in the courtroom when they argued she need jail time.

    When the judge ordered the 45 days in jail, "May I have your autograph?" she said. And then she came out and told reporters, "This is pathetic, disgusting, a waste of taxpayer money."