Skip to comments.Reid calls president latter-day Fillmore
Posted on 11/01/2005 3:44:16 PM PST by neverdem
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Published November 1, 2005
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said yesterday that President Bush will go down as the Millard Fillmore of our time, and said the Republican president is the best thing Democrats have going for them for the 2006 elections.
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Poor old dingy Harry -- he has to lay off the caffeine. Liberalism has rotted his brain, which doesn't help. Soon, Harry will realize that the libs have nothing going for them...they should try howling at the moon.
Who would you rather have commanding the War on Terror - George Bush or some slimy, loser demoncrat who couldn't surrender to the islamofascists fast enough?
STFU Reid. You are an embarrassment to your state and your church.
Unfortunately, Harry Reid is doomed to be the Harry Reid of our time.
I thought the last election was any one but Bush; they learn with deliberate speed.
Well, that certainly explains this afternoon's temper tantrum.
The Dems are back on their heels a bit with no significant indictments and the Alito nomination, so they had to pull a stunt to put the focus back on them so the same old tired charges could repeated for the umpteenth time.
Lead on Millard.
I watched Ried have his mental breakdown press conferance after hijacking the Senate.
I think Ried suffers from restless leg syndrome (see above post) and is in desperate need of a full frontal lobotomy and or electro-shock treatment to reformatt that damaged hard drive he calls a brain.
Terry McCauliffe: "There is NO WAY Jeb Bush will be reelected as Governor of Florida. My polls have him losing by a significant margin to McBride."
Dingy Harry was out of his league in eighth grade and still is.
Sort of on par with " Senator Kerry let me be the first to call you Mr.President".
From about a year ago I think.
apparently Reid does nothing all day but think up NAMES to call the Pres and members of his admin. And just think we pay this jerk big bucks to do it.
Suuuure, Dingy Harry...whatever you say...why don't you come into this nice room with padded walls?
Hard to believe anyone could be any more pitiful than Tom Daschle was but Harry seems quite determined.
Yeah, the Bush strategery really paid off for the dems in 2004. Even bigger gains in 2006, I'm sure, not.
Bush is actually a latter-day Washington - a man focused on the big picture while refusing to dignify the carping, partisan criticisms of tiny people like Reid with a reply.
I can't speak for the other states, but Jim Talent will win comfortably against a nasty little Hillary clone that just got her ass handed to her in the gubernatorial race last year.
Tara Reid ?
Nancy Pelosi also predicted that they would "take back the House" in 2004.
Unfortunately, all these pesky voters didn't agree.
I doubt that Harry knows who Millard Fillmore was. I'm guessing that Biden fed him that line.
How much crack does the DNC have, Dingy?
Hey just got a new hard drive at Office Max for $70 and a $30 rebate. Maybe Dingy Harry can afford that since he voted in a new raise in June.
Millard Fillmore is the best he can do? I'd love to see a Jay Leno man on the street interview to see how many people have ever heard that name.
The Republicans could spend billions, and never come up with advertizing this good...
Oh yeah, this will resonate with a populace where 85 percent of the people couldn't tell you who the current vice president is...
"The Republicans could spend billions, and never come up with advertizing this good..."
But what about Dingell-Norwood?
Wishful thinking Harry. But then you probably know you are going to get fired so have nothing to lose huh Harry?
IndictmentS? Somebody else got nailed while I was eating dinner?
Pray for W and Our Troops
Dingy Harry needs to step away from DU.
'05 Proving To Be Worst Newspaper Year Since Recession by Ross Fadner, Monday, Oct 31, 2005 7:00 AM EST
IT'S OFFICIAL: 2005 WILL BE the newspaper industry's worst year since the last ad industry recession. And things aren't looking much better for next year either, according to a top Wall Street firm's report on newspaper publishing. "Sadly, 2005 is shaping up as the industry's worst year from a revenue growth perspective since the recession impacted 2001-2002 period," says the report from Goldman Sachs, adding a warning that meaningful growth in 2006 is "very unlikely."
In particular, national advertising has under-performed, remaining essentially flat this year, as has the retail category, the report said--while classified, both print and online, has shown positive gains so far this year, up 4-5 percent.
The weak ad environment for newspapers has caused Goldman to scale back its 2006 growth forecast to 3.5 percent from 4.0 percent. The note said national ad growth would once again be weakest at 1.0 percent, followed by retail, 2.5 percent, and classifieds at 3.6 percent. The bright spot continues to be online newspaper revenues, which are projected to grow an impressive 25 percent in 2006. Despite this, online will still represent 5.0 percent of total newspaper revenues.
The only really good news for publishers is that the investment firm believes the cost of newsprint, which has risen recently, is likely to fall slightly in 2006, as demand falls more quickly than production capacity. The report said newsprint prices would peak and then slowly recede in the second half of the year.
Even so, this good news is scant relief for an industry besieged by flat ad revenues, falling stocks, and fleeing subscribers. Last week, Rishad Tobaccowala, chief innovation officer for Publicis Groupe, told a newspaper--the Chicago Tribune--"newspapers are at a tipping point," in which online media will start to take more readership and more ad dollars. He added that newspapers are in the worst situation of all news media for growth as "the least visually engaging and least youth oriented" medium.
The way for the GOP to continue to win big is to make sure the Dims continue to run against a guy who's not on the ballot....
it's hard to imagine ried competing with the pink tie tirade......but this is close.
We should all be thankful that the liberals are this stupid. It is a blessing...
Everytime I hear these a-holes, they're talking about taking back the country...taking back the WH...in our structure of government, "power" is not theirs to take. It is granted "by the people", originated "of the people", and instituted "for the people".
The Dims had best learn this before they really lose (i.e. 'buster-proof majorities in Congress, and 5 or more solid conservatives on SCOTUS).
The only thing the dimwit idiots know is "name calling"!
Harry Reid is one big nutcase!
Golly, I thought this was by Scrappleface when I first skimmed through the body of the post.
W as the Rats biggest cheerleader?
W as the reason they will get back votes the Rats lost last time? Didn't they try "W" as the reason to vote for them last time--uh, when they LOST all those votes because of W?
YOu can't make this stuff up.
Republicans now control the presidency and both houses of congress. Democrats can no longer win at the ballot box so their last chance to impose liberalism on the country is through the courts with their liberal activist judges. They realize that when Alito is confirmed that their stranglehold on the courts has now been broken also. They now control NOTHING. Fifty years of liberal tyrany is over.
Oh...I thought Millard Fillmore was a duck! That's right. The duck is Mallard Fillmore. Did he die of that virus??? LOL
Guess they ought to re- CAT scan Harry for that stroke damage.
When your enemy is on an unhinged rant, doing more damage to himself than probably anything we could say, I say sit back and enjoy the show. This sounds like it was scripted at Mooron.org.
He can't refute the president on issues and resorts to name-calling- typical liberal argument style.
Reid must be hanging out too much with Senator Hillary.
Now he is cracking up too.
Reid is gonna find out quick that you need at least one leg to put your foot down. On Valerie Plame and Joe Wilson they have staked their political fortunes in '06. If fighting the good fight still means anything to the GOP, as conservatives, this 'democratic' party's fate is sealed. That party is begging to be slayed.
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