Sean Hannity says he would consider running for office if he moves to Florida or Texas.
The Fox News talk show host and radio commentator has already let it be well known that he's planning to leave "anti-conservative" New York state for either the warmth of the Sunshine State or the Lone Star state, which he says is more gun-friendly.
But Wednesday night he raised the possibility of a political career as his next calling when a viewer of his Fox program asked via Twitter if he would run for office.
"The answer is yes, I’d think about it,” Hannity replied. “It would either be in Texas or Florida." Staring directly into the camera, he asked, "Would you vote for me?"
According to The Dallas Morning News, Hannity is drawn to both Florida and Texas
because they have no state income taxes, while New York's tax is about 10 percent. The paper on Tuesday also noted Hannity's criticism of New York Democratic-controlled government.
"How does Texas have a $12 billion surplus when they’re in debt up to their eyeballs in Albany?” Hannity has said.
If he decides to run, the conservative TV and radio commentator would have a ready-made agenda at hand to try out on voters. He recently unveiled his "conservative solutions"
to problems facing the United States on his website. Hannity's solutions include cutting a penny from every dollar the government spends for six years, limiting the amount of taxes the government can collect, and replacing Obamacare with healthcare savings accounts.
The Morning News also reported that Hannity has been invited to attend President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Jan. 28 as a guest of Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert.
Gohmert, an outspoken critic of Obamacare, is frequent guest on Hannity's show and has even subbed-in on occasion as his guest host.
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