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Let's See You Prove Otherwise

an army employee Wrote: Aug 16, 2012 11:00 AM
Harry Reid made the statement on the floor of the Senate. Under Senate rules (as part of the Constitution) any statement made on the floor of the Senate is not subject to libel laws, nor to slander. He was also staying clear of the libel laws by stating that he had heard from "someone" about the taxes, thus he is not making a statement himself. The burden of proof is also very high since Mr. Romney is a public figure, it is higher than if Mr. Reid had made the same statement against you or me.
Harry Reid paints his toenails red and wears a girdle.

No, seriously, a former Nevada Democrat who shall remain nameless told me so. And if the erstwhile Senator wants to prove otherwise, he will have to take off his socks and shoes, along with his pants, and show the public it’s not true.

Oh, and did I tell you that Mr. Reid has “I like Ike” tattooed on his behind? I’m not kidding. A former country club colleague of Reid’s who is not comfortable revealing his identity whispered that to me while I was riding the subway....