Harry Reid, a Shame to All Democrats

December 21, 2007 at 9:56 am | Posted in Democrats, Harry Reid | 11 Comments

How the mighty have fallen. Mr. Harry Reid, you are a shame to the Democratic Party and you, sir, must step down as the Majority Leader in the Senate. You have abrogated your Constitutional responsibility to hold the Executive branch accountable, and instead bent over and let them give it to you all year long. It is time for you to go back to Nevada. You, sir, are not worthy of being the Majority Leader in the Senate. You undermine members of your OWN party! who are trying to stop the abuse of power by this administration. That is unconscionable!

It is time for someone like Chris Dodd to take the leadership reins in the Senate. Or a Russ Feingold. Someone who will not cower to the megalomaniac Republican.

Please, Mr. Reid, step down.

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  1. I see what you’re up to. You just don’t want guys who believe that Jesus and Satan are brothers to be in the Senate.

    You’re not fooling me.

  2. Feingold for Senate Majority leader!!!!

  3. I’m not sure how much blame I would put on Harry Reid. Nancy Pelosi is probably as much to blame. But I agree that the situation is pathetic. The Democrats have been nothing but spineless, gutless wonders this year, and it’s a shame.

  4. Wow.

    Congrats on your irrational unsubstantiated rant on someone you know absolutely nothing about.

    I’ve met Harry Reid an many occasions, as my father and he are good friends, and there he remains one of the smartest, most honorable and decent people I have ever encountered.

    There is a lot that goes on in the political arena that no one ever knows about. If you ever have the opportunity to serve in politics, you’ll understand that they’re doing the best job they can within means.

    I find your rant base and in poor taste. You are nothing more than a fool and do not deserve any more of my time.

  5. Mr. Bingham,

    I’m sure Mr. Reid is a nice guy, but politics is not about how nice you are. It is about what you get done. And if Mr. Reid will continue to enable Bush to get what America’s dictator wants, then Mr. Reid is a failure, and he should step down, as nice of a guy as he may be.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  6. My take on the enablers in Congress at this point is that they don’t dare impeach Bush, because they are the people who signed off on the PATRIOT act without reading it, and told him he could go into Iraq and Afghanistan in the first place. If Bush has done an impeachable job, then so have they, and they can’t afford to be pointing any fingers at Bush because he has every right to be pointing right back at them.

  7. It makes you wonder what kind of dirt the Bush administration has on Democrats, what blackmail he’s got. Because as one who has desired change, let me tell you how frustrating it has been to see our Democratic leaders fail over and over and over again to get things back to normal in this country.

  8. “politics is not about how nice you are. It is about what you get done.”

    Classic reductionist argument that just pits one against another. Truly pathetic.

    Politics solving any kind of problem, either real or imaginary is laughable, but you are convinced, as are others, that “things can get done,” if just the right people are in power, and enough political might is wielded your way.

    In the end, YOU are more of a problem than any Harry Reid or George Bush. You and about another 300 million others I can think of.

  9. I guess democracy is a problem then, Mr. Irritable.

  10. Ah, a response and he doesn’t even try to address the actual topic.

    Just as I thought.

    Tootles, then, since the obvious is far beyond your comprehension.

    Oh, and by the way, we’re not a democracy, it’s a representative republic, Donk.

  11. Clearly Mr. Reid has supporters out there who don’t mind his enabling of George W. Bush.


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