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Bundy On Reid Calling Him A ‘Domestic Terrorist’: ‘He’s Right’

Domestic Terrorist Cliven Bundy Finally ADMITS He is a Domestic Terrorist (Video) (via Americans Against The Tea Party) Harry Reid irritated the domestic terrorists of the right-wing when he called freeloading rancher Cliven Bundy and his band of “militia” supporters domestic terrorists. “Cliven Bundy does not recognize the United States,” Reid said.  “He… Now read this:Gun […]

Harry Reid: 'If These People Are Patriots, We're In Trouble'

When Harry Reid is committed to something, I'd suggest getting out of his way, because he has no problem smacking down his critics. Right now, everyone seems to be a critic, despite the fact that he's telling the absolute truth about...Show More Summary

Cliven Bundy Cries To Fox After Harry Reid Calls Him A Domestic Terrorist

Here's a pop quiz. Find the contradiction in this quote: "I'll tell you, there's unhappy people here, and we are rioting against the federal government, those people that are carrying guns and pointing them at us...I don't think we're...Show More Summary

Harry Reid Throws Down The Gauntlet On Bundy Ranch Terrorists (Video)

(Credit: Talk Radio News Service) “Well, it’s not over,” Reid told KRNV-TV on Monday. “We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it’s not over.”

"Not Over"

Harry Reid says the Bundy Ranch standoff in Nevada is "not over". This comes on the heels of reports yesterday that the local 'militia' that stood down federal officials had plans to use women as 'human shields' in the event a fire fight broke out.

Guess who got Obamacare money? Of course it's the Kochs!

Moocher. Here's a fun question, posed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. "If the Affordable Care Act is so awful," Reid asked, "why did Koch Industries use it to their advantage?" That's a rhetorical question, by the way. The answer is because they could get a big ol' chunk of money from the federal government, that's why. Show More Summary

Republicans block Paycheck Fairness Act, whine about having to vote on it at all

As expected, Senate Republicans blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act from moving forward Wednesday morning. The vote was 54 in favor, 43 against, before Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid changed his vote to "no" for procedural reasons.Show More Summary

Democrats launch equal pay push

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Lilly Ledbetter mark the fifth anniversary of the Ledbetter Fair Pay Act in January. It's time for another step toward fair pay. Democrats have the advantage over Republicans on equal pay, and they're not letting up: The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will run web, Twitter and Facebook ads. Show More Summary

Midday open thread: Clueless would-be invaders, measuring happiness, Romney again?

Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Science Stuff: These are the Sunday essays you missed: White hoods, dunce caps and Paul Ryan, by Jon Perr Charles Koch whines as the Harry Reid Kochtopia pushback begins, by Egberto Willies Democrats must run against Obamacare repeal. Show More Summary

Charles Koch whines as the Harry Reid Kochtopia pushback begins

The Koch brothers exert a web of influence over the government, with tens of millions of dollars being funneled into elections by networks of groups associated with them. These groups, like Americans For Prosperity (AFP), saturate the...Show More Summary

Harry Reid: Leave My Granddaughter Alone

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., is angry at how his granddaughter is being treated after it was revealed that his campaign bought jewelry from her company and gave it as holiday gifts to supporters. The Federal Election Commission questioned the expenditure and Reid is personally repaying the $31,000 spent by the campaign. Show More Summary

Spokesman for Senate Republicans suggests Reid has Alzheimer's

Brad Dayspring, spokesman for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, tweets: That video raises a real question MT @jimgeraghty: Suddenly mockery is less funny. Could Harry Reid have Alzheimer's? http://t.co/... — @BDayspring Har, har, what a comedian. Show More Summary

Ukraine Defense Minister Resigns; Harry Reid Blames GOP For Russia Annexing Crimea

Though Ukraine has a meager military compared to Russia, the Ukraine Defense Minister has now given his resignation to the interim government, which they accepted. What was he supposed to do exactly - pretend the Russians didn't know...Show More Summary

Harry Reid: Republicans Helped Russia Annex Crimea

Because Republicans held up financial help, Vladimir Putin had an easier time appropriating Crimea, says the Senate Majority Leader. Reid accused Republicans on Monday of helping Russia to annex Crimea. Referring to a stalled Ukraine aid package in the Senate, Reid told the Associated press “Since a few Republicans blocked these important sanctions last work […]

Fox Pundits Continue Carrying Water For The Koch Brothers

Pity the poor billionaires. As we already discussed here, Harry Reid took to the Senate floor to let the Koch brothers have it for the amount of spending they're doing running lying attack ads against Democrats and the fact that they're...Show More Summary

Why the Brennan/Feinstein/Reid Cage Match Isn’t No-Holds-Barred

Following last week’s dramatic Senate speech by Intelligence Committee head Dianne Feinstein denouncing the CIA for essentially spying on her oversight committee, today Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid released his own statements, one...Show More Summary

Reid accuses CIA of intimidation, orders review of spying charges

In a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid asked Holder to "carefully examine" the charges on each side of the CIA/Intelligence Committee conflict. He blasted the agency for attempting to intimidate...Show More Summary

Easy Math: 1 Koch Brother Equals 515,000 Union Workers

After Harry Reid's "Addicted to Koch" speech, right-wingers went out and whined about how unions spend more on politics than the Kochs do. Except they don't. And to prove that, New Republic did some simple math. But is it really so extraordinary?...Show More Summary

Dems Anti-Koch Campaign Heats Up

Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has been bounding onto the Senate floor with a new vocation of late, one unrelated to passing legislation. The Senate majority leader has made it his personal mission to call out David and Charles Koch, the billionaire brothers who have bankrolled a massive infrastructure of conservative groups. Show More Summary

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