Skip to comments.Harry Reid's Hypocrisy
Posted on 04/06/2014 6:26:52 PM PDT by Pining_4_TX
Some folks whove had enough of Reids shenanigans are starting to weigh in, such as American Commitment President Phil Kerpen. His group is sponsoring an Internet-only ad buy which is the way smart people are starting to do things attacking the alliance between the Steyers and Reid.
The ad uses footage of Reid saying nasty things about conservatives Charles and David Koch, two men whom the Nevada Democrat has alleged more than once have the entire Republican establishment in their hip pocket, but in a way that cleverly hints that such things could just as easily and more appropriately be said about the Democrats and the Steyers who, American Commitment said in a release, have pledged $100 million to liberals if they will promote his lockstep anti-American energy agenda.
It's easy to tell the billionaires backing Harry Reid and other liberals are the bad guys because they're the ones trying to impose massive new energy taxes on you, kill the Keystone pipeline, and enrich themselves by directing your tax dollars to their green energy schemes, Kerpen said.
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Harry Reid is already 74 years old. He should GIVE IT UP.
His greed won’t let him. People like Reid and Hillary grasp for all they can get until the bitter end.
I would love for NV Freepers to tell me if the people of Nevada have been calling Reid’s office and giving him an earful. Surely they have been hurt by Democrat policies, too.
If there is a dictionary definition of POS, his picture would be there.
I’d wager Harry will be one of those whose goal is to go from the Capitol Bldg to the mortuary. Probably in another 20 yrs or so...those Mormons tend to be long lived.
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Pride (arrogance) is the first of the seven deadly sins. Greed is right up there among the seven deadly ones too.
My mother's brother moved to a small Arizona town and ended up with the Mormons. Their Episcopalian church was in disarray; the Catholic Church was all Mexican and day laborers; the only church left was the Mormon ones.
I was always a bit uncomfortable with the Mormons as they believe that Jesus and Lucifer were brothers. They aren't even considered Christians for that reason by many other Christian faiths.