This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," October 15, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
SEAN HANNITY, HOST: All right, we all remember the infamous "Obama Girl" video that became a viral sensation during the 2008 election. So with just three weeks to go until voters head to the polls, we introduce you to the "Paul Ryan Girl," who has taken to YouTube to show her support for the Romney-Ryan ticket. Take a look.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
MAREDITH WALKER, "RYAN GIRL" (SINGING): There's nothing left to talk about except the economy
Let's get fiscal, fiscal
I want to get fiscal
Let's get into solvency
Let me hear reality, reality
A dose of that reality
Let's get fiscal, fiscal
I want to get fiscal, fiscal
Save Social Security
Time to make Obama walk
No more talk
Time to make Obama walk...
(END VIDEO CLIP)
HANNITY: All right, joining me now, "Paul Ryan Girl" herself, Maredith Walker. Maredith, welcome to the program. You were getting pretty close to that poster of Paul Ryan there.
WALKER: Yes. I -- Catherine, who was the director of it, she encouraged me to be goofy and silly and kind of go with "Saturday Night Live" with the whole thing. We were trying to kind of mock the scandalous nature of the "Obama Girl" video, but I mean nothing about it toward Ryan or his beautiful wife, Janna.
HANNITY: So you -- well, nobody thinks you -- But you remember the -- I actually interviewed "Obama Girl," and I've interviewed her since, and she's actually changed her position. She's not so wrapped up in Obama- mania anymore. So obviously, there's a little bit of spoof on that.
WALKER: Right. I think she's adorable and hilarious. And it's a spoof on that and just kind of a spoof on a lot of the political videos that have been put out there lately, and just trying to have good, clean fun.
HANNITY: All right, what's the reaction been?
WALKER: It's been really interesting to see, I've -- everything from, you know, she's not as hot as Obama girl, to more -- I mean, just a lot of silly, superficial stuff. And then also, I've really met a bunch of wonderful conservatives, such as Noel Shepherd (ph) and Victoria Combs (ph), who... who...
HANNITY: All right, it is -- it is pretty funny because you got, all right, the picture there of Paul Ryan which we see on the screen now, and this is to Olivia Newton-John's song that -- from some years ago.
All right, so here you go, "Let's Get Fiscal." Not a lot of young people care about fiscal, and you're showing charts, and Social Security. I mean, do you really care about all this?
WALKER: Yes, I really do. Ever since I was a kid, my parents, thankfully -- they let me choose what I wanted to believe and that sort of thing, but they also kept me informed. And they -- ever since I was 12, I told everyone I wanted to be Ann Coulter when I grew up. And definitely...
HANNITY: Have you met Ann yet?
WALKER: (INAUDIBLE) heard about this. No, I haven't, and I hope I get to one day. Because she's a hero.
HANNITY: All right, we're going to -- we're going to arrange it here because Ann -- I know...
WALKER: Thank you!
HANNITY: ... we'll make -- I promise we'll make sure that happens.
WALKER: Thank you so much.
HANNITY: It's very interesting, because for a long time, it was very hip, you know, and fashionable to support Barack Obama. And then you kind of -- and I know a lot of people -- they've been calling my radio show, they write, they tweet, "I supported him in 2008, but what a disappointment" that, you know, all that rhetoric, now he's running the nastiest, most vicious campaign ever. Do you see a difference in him from four years ago?
WALKER: I thought he was nasty four years ago as well, but I do think that there's a lot more mudslinging lately. And I really appreciated what Ryan had to say, when he was talking about those college students looking back, moving back into their parents' homes and seeing their faded Obama posters. I think that that's definitely true of a lot of my generation, which is sad. But that's the whole Democratic movement is to get that emotional hype, and then...
HANNITY: It's true. Well, you...
WALKER: ... people fall for it.
HANNITY: You have this down. Maybe political commentary will be in your future here.
You know, it's interesting because it seems now, like, people like -- we got stop robbing from our kids and grandkids, $6 trillion in debt. He didn't cut the deficit in half, no net new jobs. And a lot of people say, "You know what? We gave you four years and you've just screwed it up."
So it's your generation that's really going to feel the impact of these trillions and -- people lose concept of millions, billions and trillions -- that, you know, we're spending that we don't have. It's a lot of money, $6 trillion in new debt.
WALKER: It is. And the fact that unemployment is still, you know, way above what it should be, and then also, the people who are living below their means, even though who aren't technically unemployed but -- I was reading a new Gallup poll today that was talking about...