Senator Tom Cotton on Harry Reid: “his cancerous leadership”

Senator Tom Cotton (R, Arkansas) lighted Harry Reid’s aged and wattled ass on FIRE. And rightly so.

Please watch.

“This is an outrageous slander.”

“And to say that he cares for the troops, how about this troop and his son and his father and his grandfather, four generations of service, to include almost six years of rotting in a prisoner of war camp, say that he’s delaying this because he cares for the troops, a man who never served himself. A man who in April of 2007 came to this very floor before the surge reached its peak and said the war was lost when 100 Americans were being killed in Iraq every month when I was carrying their dead bodies off an airplane at Dover Air Force base. It is an outrage,” Cotton argued

Concluding his scathing remarks regarding Reid, Cotton argued, “We’re delaying it for one reason and one reason only, to protect his own sad, sorry, legacy. He now complains in the mornings that the Senate is not in session enough, that our calendar is too short. Well, whatever you think about that, the happy by-product of fewer days in session in the Senate is that this institution will be cursed less with his cancerous leadership.”

“A man who never served himself?”

Precisely, Senator Tom Cotton.



Reid retires: fears prosecution

Harry Reid lied then and lies now.

You cannot trust anything that comes out of the foul, dirty mouth of Harry Reid.

He lied about birthright citizenship, when it served his purposes.

And he lied about his son and about most everything during his tenure as a politician.  Because he knew that he could readily take advantage of his position due to the general and overall ignorance of the Average American Taxpayer, whose job it was and is to work every day, without cease, in order to send cash to DC.

Harry Reid lied again and again, when it served his purposes, about Mitt Romney during Romney’s bout against Obama.

Harry Reid did whatever it took, whenever required, to shoot down Conservatives and Republicans at will.  Of that he has no regrets.


Harry Reid Doesn’t Regret Spreading False Charges About Mitt Romney’s Taxes

by Doug Mataconis

During the height of the 2012 Presidential campaign, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, who announced last week that he was retiring at the end of his current term, made several outlandish claims regarding Republican nominee Mitt Romney that became the focus of a media firestorm. It all began in late July of that year, when Reid claimed in an interview that a source he would not name had contacted him out of the blue and claimed that Mitt Romney had not paid any Federal income taxes at all over the previous ten years. As I noted at the time, even though Romney had not yet released his 2011 taxes or other information regarding previous tax years, the claim itself was outlandish on its face. For one thing, as one CNN Money analyst noted, it simply was not possible that anyone who might have been inclined to release information like this to Reid would have had access to Romney’s tax information for the previous decade. More importantly, the entire tale that Reid was telling sounded so utterly absurd that there was no reason to believe it was true and that either Reid was letting himself get duped by a source who was telling him what he wanted to hear, or there never really was a source at all and Reid was making the whole thing up. Despite these questions about his claims, though Reid persisted in making the arguments and it wasn’t until Romney finally released a more detailed tax report that we learned, not surprisingly, that the claims Reid was making were utterly false.

Utterly false.

Harry Reid couldn’t care less that he lied and lied and lied, and was not only not held accountable, but was responsible for shooting down his opponent because of his lies.

Harry Reid has the regrets of an Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake.  Because he does not possess the Truth Gene or the Reality Gene or the Guilt Gene.

Reid only possesses the Narcissist Gene.

Just like Barack Hussein Obama.

Harry Reid justifies his position immured:

But one important question: why does Reid decide to not run again now?

It’s clear: because he knows, after three decades of immunity, he’ll quite possibly be prosecuted by the US DOJ under the next president, which in all likelihood will be a Republican.

Little Chuckie Schumer will probably take Reid’s place.  Another liar, another snake, another eel.

Senate GOP And Democrats Hold Weekly Policy LuncheonsFrankly, I couldn’t think of a man I’d most wish smacked in his head than Harry Reid.  Except that, of course, he managed to do that himself.  I can only hope that he was in the most intense pain of his life during the past two months.  Lies and corruption and Evil behind plots should have terrible consequences.  I can only hope that pain relievers don’t.

Harry Reid and his family live beyond their means because and due to corruption and greed.  American Taxpayers have funded his largesse, of which he has no regrets whatsoever.  He only knows that he hurts now.  He couldn’t care less that you, the American Taxpayer, have hurt for years and years and years.



Harry Reid: “why would we want to do that?”

And what was that statement in reference to?

Harry Reid being asked the question: “If you can help one child who has cancer, why wouldn’t you do it?”

Harry Reid’s answer: “Why would we want to do that?”

And there is your caring, nurturing Leftist and Demorat contingent, with Harry Reid in charge.

From CNN:

BASH: But if you can help one child with cancer, why wouldn’t you do it?

REID: Why would we want to do that? I have 1100 people at Nellis Air Force Base sitting home. They have problems of their own.

There you go, thanks to Harry Reid.

Out of the mouth of Harry Reid.  And then time to insult the AMM female who asks the question in the first place.  A Leftist AMM who deigns to ask an actual question that Mr Reid doesn’t wish to answer.  When you don’t have a cogent argument, as it is said time and again, make the attacks personal.  How does it feel, Bash?

God bless Harry Reid.  God bless the average Obama voter:

And here you see the intelligence, caring, compassion and insight of the Demorats and those who vote for Demorats.



You can’t make this stuff up.  Really.  That’s why God created video.



Harry Reid’s first job post Obama’s re-election? Limit the GOP. Raise taxes.

That’s fair, isn’t it?

From the

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Wednesday that he will try to push through a change to Senate rules that would limit the GOP’s ability to filibuster bills.

Speaking in the wake of Tuesday’s election, which boosted Senate Democrats’ numbers slightly, Mr. Reid said he won’t end filibusters altogether but that the rules need to change so that the minority party cannot use the legislative blocking tool as often.

“I think that the rules have been abused and that we’re going to work to change them,” he told reporters. “We’re not going to do away with the filibuster but we’re going to make the Senate a more meaningful place.”

Republicans, who have 47 of the chamber’s 100 seats in the current Congress, have repeatedly used that strong minority to block parts of President Obama’s agenda on everything from added stimulus spending to his judicial picks. A filibuster takes 60 senators to overcome it.

The loving Harry Reid also promised amnesty for illegal Mexican invaders and tax increases.  Oh joy!  I cannot wait:

Sen. Harry Reid embraced his role as a more empowered Senate majority leader Wednesday, calling for a major fiscal deal in the lame duck session while vowing a new push on immigration reform and an overhaul of filibuster rules in the new Congress.

Speaking at a packed news conference on Capitol Hill, Reid laid out an ambitious agenda for 2013 after his party’s surprisingly decisive Senate victories and President Barack Obama’s reelection bid, saying the public gave Democrats a new mandate to raise taxes on wealthy families as part of a major year-end fiscal deal. While Reid said he’s not going to “draw lines in the sand” ahead of the year-end fiscal cliff, he insisted on higher revenues.

Right.  A “mandate.”  I guess Mr Reid didn’t pay attention to the final numbers:

OBAMA 60,085,524*
ROMNEY 57,401,992

A 3-million difference does not a “mandate” make.  [As an aside, it is estimated that roughly 3-million Republican or Conservative voters stayed home last Tuesday.  Wonderful.  Thanks for that, you coneheads.  Apparently you got what you wanted by sitting on your splayed gluteals.  Don’t like the next four years?  Zip it.]Harry Reid has, once again, said that “reaching across the aisle” and “consensus” and “compromise” equates to nothing more than doing exactly, preciselywhat the Demorats want — and nothing more or less than that.  It becomes not “compromise” but EDICT.

Yes indeed.  That’s fair and impartial.