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.
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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 […]
Well played, Jeopardy!
McConnell keeps calling Reid "my friend"… to quote the world's greatest Spaniard, I do not think that means what you think it means.— Jesse O'Connell (@runyetirun) July 11, 2013 They’re still friends, mind you. But a big part of friendship is honesty, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell felt it was time for Majority Leader […]
And we can only assume that if Reid fails, Republicans will bear the responsibility for that as well. Amazing. Is there anything for which the GOP isn’t to blame? If a bunch of thugs break down my door, it will be my fault for having locked it in the first place. twitter.com/RBReich/status….— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) […]
Brothers can’t shake hands; Brothers gotta hug!
After suggesting SCOTUS shouldn’t overturn laws passed by strong congressional majorities, Harry Reid praises DOMA ruling
That was earlier today. Less than 24 hours earlier, however, Sen. Reid was singing a very different tune: The Court’s conservative majority ignored the Senate’s clear and unambiguous 98-0 reauthorization of #VRA under President Bush.— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) June 25, 2013 The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) passed the U.S. House 342-67 and the U.S. […]
We thought the Supreme Court was supposed to consider whether laws are constitutional, not whether they are popular or were passed by wide margins in Congress. Silly us! In any case, we look forward to seeing if Sen. Reid applies the same logic toward the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which was passed by large […]
@JohnCornyn Enjoy your weekend. :(— Dan Greenwood (@dan_gringo) June 22, 2013 Here’s an idea: if Congress can’t get it together to build a fence, how about just dumping all the unread copies of the immigration reform bill along the border? Sen. John Cornyn, whose amendment mandating a 90 percent apprehension rate of illegals crossing the border […]
Via Sen. Harry Reid, reason number 14,982 to oppose the Gang of Eight amnesty bill. (That number’s approximate. We’ve lost count.) Reid: Ted Kennedy smiling on immigration bill led by Schumer and Rubio…— Fred Bauer (@fredbauerblog) June 21, 2013 Ready for another Ted Kennedy shout-out from Shamnesty Shake McCain? At this rate, how long until […]
It’s unbelievable, but Harry Reid, the senator for whom “four more years” isn’t a campaign slogan but rather the minimum amount of time to stall a budget, went there. Simply amazing: HAHAHAHAHHAHAHA THAT TWEET CANNOT BE SERIOUS, @SenatorReid. ARE WE JUST IGNORING OBAMA'S ENTIRE FIRST TERM?— Future President (@DefinitionOfFaF) June 17, 2013 .@SenatorReid HAHAHAHA! Says […]
List of Democrat allies welcoming Hillary Clinton to Twitter includes Harry Reid, Ben Affleck, John McCain
We know it’s possible to “reach across the aisle” on Twitter, or John McCain wouldn’t have an account. As Twitchy reported earlier, Hillary Clinton officially joined Twitter and sent out her first tweet today. In addition to the above tweet, other people who are also friendly to the Democrats welcomed Hillary aboard, starting with husband […]
Harry Reid pleading for calm should make Americans very tense. On Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid advised those who are concerned about the NSA/Verizon phone records collection to just relax. Reid’s justification to Americans, including his fellow Democrats who voted to usher in a promised era of “Hope & Change,” was that things are […]
Poor Harry Reid’s dream of bipartisanship is always out of reach, but he’s not giving up. If accusing the GOP of corrupting the very core of America is part of his charm offensive, it’s no wonder he’s having so much trouble solving that gridlock problem. The problem of gridlock is real and needs to be […]
Coming from the same man who said passing Obamacare would strengthen the health care system but is now agreeing with Max Baucus that it could be a train wreck, it might be wise to remain highly skeptical of Harry’s guarantees. The “immigration reform will strengthen Social Security” argument contains the same short-term-only accounting techniques and […]
Sen. Ted Cruz continues to live rent-free in Harry Reid’s head … and it’s a beautiful thing. After calling Cruz a “schoolyard bully” yesterday, Harry’s doubling down on the foot-stompery, pathetically pulling rank to remind everyone that Cruz is a junior senator — a “very junior senator”: Sen Reid: "We've heard a lot from the […]