Skip to comments.***Pres. of The Senate Who should have Retired***
Posted on 10/15/2013 5:06:32 PM PDT by The Wizard
While it sounds harsh, Harry Reid should never have allowed himself to be turned into an unreasonable senior who is stamping his feet like a child and saying I won't negotiate, etc, etc, He should have retired before the fight and left without all the soil this fight has brought...
He has done his job for years, why not become the elder statesman....there is great satisfaction in such a roll....
He will be remembered as the guy who turned down deals good for the country, time and again......
And this is the way he has allowed himself to be seen......
When he answered that question, "Why would I want to do that" his effective career was over. America will never accept that type of callousness in an elected official...
He could be sitting in Vegas enjoying the good life....let these kids fight it out......and bama is doing him no favors as the front man for saying NO
And that’s the other side of the polls.....
You got the wrong title for Senator Harry Reid. He is the Senate Majority Leader, not President. The ‘President’ of the Senate, when he is in attendance, is VP Joe Biden. When he is not there, there is a “President Pro Tempore” (temporary president).
who wrote this???
thank you, so much
When have democrats like Reid ever listened to the voice of reason?
He’ll be known as the guy who stonewalled bipartisan legislation.
Harry (the booty) Reid sold his soul long ago. The vapid corpse is all that remains albeit it still walks and talks.
Dirty Harry Reid is deep down a fundamentally evil person.
His rise to power in Nevada was rife with cronyism and corruption.
He was deeply involved in the graft and criminality of Las Vegas.
He took that same criminality to Washington. Reid does not need
retiring.....he needs to be hung.
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