Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Harry Reid: The Most Miserable Prick In U.S. Senate History

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At least a week does not go by when Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev) either proclaims a bold-faced lie or just makes  a complete fool of himself. But with Reid, it's even worse than that. He's also malicious, nasty, offensive and perhaps one of the most miserable pricks to ever be a member of the U.S. Senate (and the history of the U.S. Senate is replete with pricks). Let's take a moment and review Reid's recent political history:

  • In the middle of the surge during the Iraq War, Reid said: "The war is lost." Even former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates criticized Reid for that statement considering we still had young men and women fighting and dying in Iraq.
  • In 2010, he actually appeared happy when he said of the economy "today is a good day in America. Only lost 36,000 lost their jobs today."
  • He said Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court Judge, was an embarrassment and also praised Pres. Obama for being "light skinned" with "no negro dialect unless he wanted to have one."
  • Referring to tourists at Capitol Hill, he said: "You can always tell when it's Summertime because you can smell the visitors."
  • In the past, he's referred to Tea Party members as "terrorists" and "anarchists."
  • When seven Marines died last March, he blamed their deaths on sequestration. In other words, he used the deaths of our Marines for purely political purposes.

  • During the last presidential campaign, while on the Senate floor, he said Mitt Romney had not paid his taxes for 10 years. That was a bold-faced lied. But he actually made that statement during the same week McClatchy News Service reported he and Pelosi had NOT released their own tax returns. In fact, the Romney's had not only paid their taxes, but they gave more to charity in one day than the Biden's did in a decade. In 20 years, the Romney's gave about $50 million to charity. 
  • And if these examples aren't enough (this guy has been making an ass out of himself for decades), in late February of this year he said "all" of the Obamacare horror stories are "untrue" and "absolutely false." Of course, it only took countless news sources to prove otherwise.
In closing, it's been undeniable for years: Harry Reid remains the most miserable prick in U.S. Senate history.