Category Archives: Harry Reid
Harry Reid (D-NV) and his Democrat Senate majority on Thursday, November 21, 2013, executed the “nuclear option” to eliminate the filibuster for executive branch and judicial nominees. The nuclear option does not apply to Supreme Court nominees. Reid said, “Republicans … Continue reading
Barack Obama has lamented that he is not a dictator- several times: King: “My cabinet has been working very hard on trying to get it done, but ultimately, I think somebody said the other day, I am president, I am … Continue reading
Meanwhile the comic…er…White House spokesperson Jay Carney says they “disavow” what the White House said. Comedy. What isn’t comedy is the fact that all along the Democrats have said they were sickened by the politics the Republicans are using in this … Continue reading
Reid continues to say that the nuclear option in the Senate is on the table: I'm speaking @CAPAction to discuss why changing Senate rules is good for the institution. #EndGridlock Watch here: http://t.co/aVwisuCrjy — Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) July 15, … Continue reading
It was just a week ago when Harry Reid and other Democrats told Obama to bypass Congress and hike the debt limit himself: “In the event that Republicans make good on their threat by failing to act, or by moving … Continue reading
It’s ironic that in 2005, when the Democrats were the minority in the Senate, Harry Reid said it was illegal to change the filibuster rules:
First thought is why in the world is Romney being brought up on the floor of the Senate? Why is Harry Reid debating Romney in the Senate when:
The 112th Congress is set to enter the Congressional record books as the least productive body in a generation, passing a mere 173 public laws as of last month. . . . Appropriations bills, once the central function of the legislative branch, have been ditched in favor of short-term spending measures that do little more than keep the lights on.
Now, I’ve been around and seen many a strange thing
And many are despicable, both right and left wing.
Newt was a hoot, and Byrd was one of the same,
Harry Reid had no problem with devining the emotions of Mitt Romney’s deceased father:
“His poor father must be so embarrassed about his son,” Reid said, in reference to George Romney’s standard-setting decision to turn over 12 years of tax returns when he ran for president in the late 1960s.