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“Filibuster Reform” Is Power Grab By Harry Reid

Joe296 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:02 AM
Harry Reid is an embarrassment to the concept of democracy. This guy couldn't lead a starving cat to a warm saucer of milk. He is the definition of what is wrong with government in Washington. When you have the so-called leader of the U.S. Senate get on the floor of the body he leads, look the American people in the eye and tell a deliberate, blatant lie about a candidate seeking the Presidency then you are looking at corruption at the highest level. I have never had less respect for an elected o0fficial than I do for Harry Reid. He alone is reason to never support a Democrat for election to the Federal Government.
Truckman Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 4:46 PM
I can't agree more with you;Reid is a SUPREME embarrassment to Nevada,where we all are blamed for his idiocy. I never voted for him,my parents and grand parents didn't vote for him,and in 2010,he was LOSING to Sharon Angle until a combination of factors (bribing Unions for votes,the voting dead,illegals voting,and some voting machines pre-programmed to register votes for him) turned the election around in the final hours. Another thing-how did he get from "dirt poor" to one of the wealthiest Senators in History? Outside of Government he has no work experience,so we can expect any wealth he has accrued would likely be from Government dealings. A Senator's salary doesn't come close to what he's pack-ratted away.He should be audited.

Make no mistake about it. This new talk about “Filibuster Reform” coming from Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is nothing more than a power grab by liberals in the Senate. Reid has stifled debate during his rule, and he will use the pre-text of “Filibuster Reform” to bully and squelch the minority party, much like he has done for the past few years.

The Washington Times reports, “Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Wednesday that he will try to push through a change to Senate rules that would limit the GOP’s ability to filibuster bills.” Reid argued at his...