12/26/2008 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Hannity & (Stephanie) Miller: A Match Made In Political Adversarial Heaven

The biggest question on the Fox News poll front isn't "How many ways do you think the economic disaster is Obama's fault?" That's second. Now that Alan Colmes has vacated his seat on Fox's Hannity & Colmes, the leading poll is "Who should replace Alan Colmes on Hannity & Colmes?"

The first thought that comes to mind is someone with the last name of Colmes. Saves a bunch money on changing all that expensive letterhead and Fox graphics. Alan's wife, Jocelyn, comes to mind, but I suspect she far too busy with helping Alan haul home all the death threats from liberals that he stores at the Fox News warehouse.

Jon Stewart ain't gonna happen. The money has been on a number of other Fox libs, including Bob Beckel, Ellis Henican and Kirstie Powers. KABC Doug McIntyre and Prof. Marc Hill wouldn't be bad at all. Confidentially, while my impartial choice would be this column's writer, my second choice would be the one I actually believe to be perfect...Jones Radio syndicated talker, Stephanie Miller.

Why? Let me count the ways.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5... Get it?

No really. Stephanie would be perfect...for the viewers, for Sean, and most of all, READ ALL THE HANNITY & MILLER RATIONALE HERE.

Award-winning TV writer, Steve Young, is author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful" ( and blogs at the appropriately named