This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," November 29, 2011. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
SEAN HANNITY, HOST: In the aftermath of the Super Committee's failure to reach an agreement on debt reduction, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is blaming President Obama and blasting him for his failure to do more help.
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GOV. CHRIS CHRISTIE, R-N.J.: I was angry this weekend listening to the spin coming out of the administration, about the failure of the Super Committee. And that the president knew it was doomed for failure, so he didn't get involved. Then what the hell are we paying you for? It's doomed for failure, so I'm not getting involved? Well, what have you been doing exactly?
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HANNITY: Now, I'll tell you exactly what he's been doing while Washington is falling apart. Our campaigner in chief is busy focusing on one thing, and that's getting re-elected. Now, according to a Wall Street Journal study, "The Anointed One" has attended 54 events in 11 battleground states over the past 42 days. And the top it off, well, he's using your taxpayer money to do all this.
Now, the White House of course rejects these claims. They are arguing that the president has a responsibility to, quote, "Go out and meet with Americans, the people, the folks."
Joining me now with reaction, columnist, author, New York Times best- seller, "Demonic" is her latest book, Ann Coulter.
ANN COULTER, AUTHOR, "DEMONIC": Hello.
HANNITY: Are you going to curse on this program?
COULTER: I didn't curse. And by the way, I was defending your friend Newt Gingrich, they were accusing him of flip-flopping as they say about Romney, and I just said that I don't think consistency is the most important thing and McCain was consistently, and I didn't say the word you thought I said. I said, well, I guess I'll get bleeped but it's on Twitter.
HANNITY: Stop. We don't need to edit. We got a plane to catch later.
COULTER: I thought it was a perfectly polite term.
HANNITY: All right.
COULTER: If you can't say that on TV, then I don't know how you're going to be able to run our 2012 campaign slogan against Obama which is going to be what Mark Halperin said about him.
HANNITY: We got a lot to talk about. Chris Christie. "What the hell"--
HANNITY: You love Chris Christie.
COULTER: Wasn't that great?
HANNITY: You finally gave him his breathalyzer, inhaler back.
HANNITY: All right. So, you made up with him.
COULTER: But he's doing a terrific job. This is a fantastic point he's making. I mean, from the beginning of this administration, I mean, even with his Obama signature legislation, Obamacare, remember he just like turns it over to Congress so he can't get blamed for anything. When the people don't like it, well, I didn't like what Congress did and now he's blaming the Super Committee.
HANNITY: He didn't want them to succeed.
COULTER: No, he clearly did not, nor did the Democrats. And unfortunately, most Americans don't know because they don't follow what is happening. The Republicans kept making offer after offer, compromise after compromise.
HANNITY: Bad ones.
COULTER: Bad ones. I agree, but still they were bending. We only have one-half of one branch of government. They were bending, they were trying to get something through and it was the Democrats who did not want this to succeed so that they can blame Republican obstructionism.
HANNITY: All right. Let me -- what do you think about -- you are anybody but Obama, right?
COULTER: Yes, oh yes. I love all of our candidates.
HANNITY: Well, this is what I want to hear from you.
COULTER: I was struck, I mean, every time I see those debates. I like everyone on that stage.
HANNITY: Me too.
COULTER: Better than the man we ran last time. They are all good candidates. And one interesting thing about the Republican Party is, there really are no Rockefeller Republicans anymore. You look back at who Rockefeller was and what he stood for. I mean, to some extent McCain was, but you may complain about flip flopping as long as they were flopping into the conservative camp, I don't think we have much to complain about it. You have to say that to run and win as a Republican. Conservatism...
HANNITY: In Massachusetts.
COULTER: No, in America.
HANNITY: In America, OK.
COULTER: In America, conservatism is popular and I think all of our Republicans these days, other than the one we run last time, are smart enough to understand that. And I mean, I think the idea that any of them would get in and double cross us, frankly any of them, is insane and I really wish you would ask me about the allegations of Herman Cain.
HANNITY: Why don't you just ask your own questions and answer them because I was going to ask you about Herman Cain.