Today, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid again referred to congressional conservatives as “anarchists,” and he’s upped the ante to “suicidal anarchists.” Democrats employed the same scare tactic as the country headed toward the fiscal cliff, which the country went off, and the landing wasn’t nearly as hard as advertised. When it comes to wanting to […]
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“It’s time for Republicans to mature,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says in a new tweet. For good measure, the graphic his office has put together even spells out “Grow Up” in building blocks. It’s a cute idea, but we have to take issue with Reid’s idea that “it’s time to move on” is the […]
On the Senate floor, Harry Reid refers to the Holocaust during defense of a US strike on Syria.— Chris Moody. Yahoo! (@Chris_Moody) September 09, 2013 Harry Reid announced earlier that the Senate will vote Wednesday on whether to proceed to a final vote on a resolution approving a strike on Syria. Reid also “went there”: […]
The Senate will vote on whether to proceed with the Syria resolution 12 years to the day after the September 11 attacks. Reid says a debate on using force in Syria is needed; test vote expected on Syria resolution on Wednesday— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) September 09, 2013 Harry Reid says the vote to proceed on […]
Concern trolling AND a race card? It’s a Harry Reid twofer!
We can’t really argue with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on that point. When it comes to repealing laws, and Obamacare in particular, the House hasn’t made much progress, although some good old bipartisanship could go a long way toward averting that train wreck. What’s on Reid’s mind today isn’t the Affordable Care Act, though, […]
President Obama met with Organizing for Action today, and even though the nonprofit group runs both the @BarackObama Twitter account and barackobama.com, the organization is independent of the president and they’re really just good friends. Also on hand was Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who suggested that his colleague Mitch McConnell tried to be more than […]
Politicization at its most shameless
Harry Reid took to Twitter today and set himself up like a bowling pin with the above question, and Jonah Goldberg took advantage of the opportunity and rolled a perfect strike.
Wait, what? I'm speaking @CAPAction to discuss why changing Senate rules is good for the institution. #EndGridlock Watch here: c-span.org/Live-Video/C-S…— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) July 15, 2013 Sen. Reid gave a speech Monday morning and guess who he gave a presidential shout-out to? Reid says future presidents, maybe Hillary Clinton, maybe Chelsea Clinton, should be […]