Defensive, yes. But mostly offensive.

The Senate Majority Leader apparently thinks the best way to persuade reluctant Americans to sign up for Obamacare is to insult their intelligence:

Watch him try to explain that, even though there’s no Obamacare “hiccup or delay” (cough, cough), people still need more time to figure out how the Internets work:

Transcript:

There are some people who are not — like my grandchildren — who can handle everything so easily on the Internet. And these people need a little extra time … We have a lot of people just like this, through no fault of the Internet, because people are not educated on how to use the Internet.

Way to win hearts and minds, Senator!

Seems to us that Internet illiteracy isn’t the problem. It’s boneheads like Harry Reid who won’t admit their policies suck.

His concern for the “damn patients” is admirable.

If only they were more compassionate like the good senator:

Another proud moment in Harry Reid’s illustrious political career.

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