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Good ol’ Poopy Butt Harry Reid… What can I say, besides WTF? He has his own blog you know and on it he goes on and on about how Republicans are out to get him and Bush is a liar and Democrats are the good guys and blah… blah… blah. I like to check his blog every once in a while to see what he’s crying about and this one really caught my eye. This one’s on immigration.
We all know that the Democrats solution to immigration is to just turn around and pretend it’s not an issue. Now I’m not saying that all Republicans in Washington are any better… McAmnesty… but the majority of the American people agree that something has to be done, and in a particular order. Close the border, find the illegal aliens here and register them, boot the criminals and lock the gate, then make it easier to get a work visa or apply for citizenship. We have spoken and the government listened last summer. But for some reason Harry Reid thinks that we (the right) are accusing him of doing the exact same thing he accuses 80% of the people who oppose amnesty doing, by claiming that 80% of the country are “extreme rightwing”, including a majority of hispanic Americans. Plus being in our country illegally… is a crime, maybe not a felony but it is a crime!
Democrats fought Bill Frist and House Republican efforts to bow to the extreme rightwing element of their party and treat twelve million hardworking immigrants like felons. In one week Democrats voted twice to support a bill that reinforces border security and brings millions of undocumented workers out of the shadows.
He then goes on to say that the way to beat the republicans is to get the Democrats a majority by… sending him money right after he says “I’m not going to ask you for money”…
I will fight back against this vicious smear in Nevada, but it will only stop if we show Republicans there is a price to pay for their lies. I’m not going to ask you to contribute to me, but to Democrats running for Senate around the country. We have a real shot at taking back the majority in November and that would be the best revenge.
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Now for the part that really caught my eye. He threatens all of us with a beat-down, but the way he says it is hysterical…
I’ve been in more boxing rings then all of them combined. And when you throw a punch at me, you end up on the mat.
I guarntee that’s not how it would go down with me… Ol’ Poopy but would be eating his teeth.
Apr 17, 05:18 PM | Harry Reid
Immigration is one of our most pressing national security issues and the fact is George Bush and his rubberstamping Republican allies in Congress have failed to deal with it responsibly. Instead, they turn reality upside down and today will start running ads against me on Spanish language radio stations in Nevada claiming “Reid’s Democrat allies voted to treat millions of hardworking immigrants as felons.”
That is a lie. Democrats fought Bill Frist and House Republican efforts to bow to the extreme rightwing element of their party and treat twelve million hardworking immigrants like felons. In one week Democrats voted twice to support a bill that reinforces border security and brings millions of undocumented workers out of the shadows.
Old Harry “Poopy Pants” Reid is just mad as all tarnation at John McCain for basically correctly quoting him in a radio ad running in South Carolina. He apparently can’t grasp the fact that what he said was disgusting and shows his lack of ability to grasp the basics of being the people’s represative when he said, and I quote, “The War IS Lost” Video of him saying it is below.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is not at all pleased with a new radio ad being run by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in South Carolina.
According to CNN, McCain’s new ad blasts Reid for saying the “war is lost” earlier in the year. McCain has been one of President Bush’s biggest backers on his Iraq war policy.
“‘Seven months ago, Democrat majority leader Harry Reid said the war in Iraq was lost,” the ad begins. “Well, he was wrong,’” CNN reported.
CNN also noted that “Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, McCain’s most prominent booster in the state, speaks for the majority of the spot, saying ‘the troop surge is working’ and that ‘we need a president prepared to win.’”
Reid is very unhappy with McCain new radio ad, and a Reid aide fired right back at the Arizona Republican tonight.
“While I understand that Senator McCain is fighting to revive his failed presidential campaign, his remarks are at odds with the vast majority of the American people, who are demanding a responsible end to this war,” said Jim Manley, Reid’s spokesman. “These kinds of attacks — and his consistent support of a failed strategy that has kept our troops mired in an endless civil war in another country — will only undermine Senator McCain’s credibility with voters.”
Manley added: “Democrats have given the troops a pay raise, increased funding for veterans and most importantly have fought to give our soldiers what they deserve — a strategy for success. We will continue to oppose Bush Republicans like Senator McCain who are committed to a failed war strategy and to standing in the way of critical needs at home.”
Once again our favorite “out of touch” Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is going against everything we, the American People, have stood up and told him “No” and slapped his nose with a rolled up newspaper about. What the hell is this douchnozzel thinking? I’ll tell you what he’s thinking, he’s thinking that he can court the Hispanic vote in order to clinch the ’08 election. But with his and Pelosi’s approval rating below that of even George Bush why doesn’t he/them understand the voice of the American people? It’s as if he looks at us and sees us all as illiterate morons. How many times will he have to have this “REFORM” shot down before they get it?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Declares Commitment to Comprehensive Immigration Reform on Azteca America’s Political Forum ‘Issues: Caras y Voces’
They can do all the mean spirited things they want. I’m going to move ahead with an agenda that is positive. It’s easy to be negative. What we need to do of course is comprehensive immigration reform. We didn’t do that. We were stopped by the Republicans. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t continue to do the right thing.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ – Azteca America, the fastest-growing Hispanic television network in the United States, is proud to have hosted Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on this Monday’s broadcast of “Issues: Caras y Voces,” a political forum hosted by veteran Latino journalist Armando Guzman.
Senator Reid (D-NV), who has been Democratic Leader since 2004, and a member of Congress since 1982, is one of the strongest proponents of a comprehensive immigration reform in Washington. He was named Senate Majority Leader earlier this year.
Although Senator Reid recognized that President Bush is more supportive of immigration reform than other factions of his party, Senator Reid questioned the President’s resolve to move forward on immigration reform.
“His party is split. What does the President of the United States want to do?” questioned Senator Reid.
Although he recognized that immigration reform remains an uphill battle in the current electoral climate, Senator Reid, said he remains determined.
“That is what we came here for … to solve the hard things … “
Anyone that has this video please send me a link…
That douche-nozzle Harry “Poopy Pants” Reid has done it again. He’s proven our point over here on the right that he’s just a huge freakin’ jack-hole. After a closed door policy meeting with other Senate Democrats, (D) Harry Reid of Nevada went to field some questions for reporters and opened his mouth once again…
In response to a question on the energy bill, Reid said the following:
“As you know, one reason that we have the fires burning in Southern California is global warming. One reason the Colorado Basin is going dry is because of global warming.”
Six questions later, a reporter followed up on Reid’s amazing statement.
Question: Senator, on the California fires, you said that the reason the fires are burning in California is global warming?
Reid: No. Here’s what I – I didn’t say the reason the fires were burning in Southern California was global warming…