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Has Harry Reid Committed a Felony or Just a Misdemeanor?

CarlStevenson Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 3:38 PM
Harry should be tried for his failure to allow a budget ad required by law. He should also be tried for treason to the Constitution. I believe the penalty for that is defined.
Chris201 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 5:06 PM
Yep. Treason. That's what it is and that's how it needs to be handled.
Scott H Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 10:12 AM
Treason is also defined. Very narrowly. Please identify the specify act of treason as identified by the Constitution.

WASHINGTON -- I have one question about the way Majority Leader Harry Reid has been conducting the Senate. Has he committed a felony or a mere misdemeanor?

The wags will say that a politician from Nevada does not commit misdemeanors, but I am in earnest. The difference between whether Dingy Harry -- as he is known by the eminent political scientist Dr. Rush Limbaugh -- shuffles off to a federal prison or merely pays a hefty fine is significant. I suppose we can leave it to the federal prosecutors to decide, but if he gets off on a misdemeanor...