So, Harry Reid called members of the Tea Party “Tea Party Anarchists” and said, “Obamacare has been the law for four years. Why don’t they get a life and talk about something else?”
Harry, are you talking about the bill that your colleague said “we have to pass so we can know what’s in it?”
Are you talking about the bill in which this administration has missed half of its own legally imposed implementation deadlines?
Are you talking about the bill that, according to a Rasmussen poll, 50% of the people disagree with and oppose the individual mandate? You mean that bill?
Please tell me you’re not talking about that bill, because if you are, anyone that picks up a newspaper would think you’re an idiot.
In his speech, he talked about the middle class “turning on the news to see elected officials playing silly games.” Yes Harry, you’re talking about yourself. He went on to say that the “Tea Party anarchists” basically “don’t represent anyone, but have the ability to stop us from doing anything.” If they’re so insignificant how could that be?
Harry Reid is the senior U.S. Senator from Nevada. He has been the Senate majority leader since January 2007. Previously he was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. So here’s a lesson, Harry, those Tea Party Anarchists are engaging in a process called Democracy. Apparently, you only bitch about it when it doesn’t work in your favor. That’s not nice, Harry.
And, if you are unable to get anything done, perhaps it’s because you’re bad at your job. Or, perhaps it’s because you continue to support a piece of bad legislation strictly on party lines, without regard for the people you say you represent.
There are a lot of things that give me faith in America. The fact that Harry Reid keeps getting re-elected isn’t one of them.
Do us a favor and retire Harry. Maybe you could get your friend Nancy to retire and you two could hang out. Whatever, just get of the way. Get some sun for goodness sake. Cause, damn, dude.
Unpublished CRS Memo: Obama Administration Has Missed Half Of Obamacare’s Legally Imposed Implementation Deadlines