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Harry Reid: If Romney Wins, I'm Not Working With Him

This might be the perfect time to repeal the 17th Amendment and get back to the Constitution and the Founders wisdom..they set it up so that Senators were answerable to the people in their states via the Legislatures. If there never was a 17th, Dirty Dingy Harry would have been long gone. Also Time to start pounding on the Unions..I know not only from our 2 years of being terrorized by the UNION GOONS here but from experience as a child when the AFL CIO came to organize our community..hmme where did I hear that before? They destroyed a great way of life; and split families mine was one of them, made life long friends and war buddies go to their graves never speaking again; drove the mill to a Right to Work state in the South; sold the
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:06 PM
beautiful and varied styled homes that many strikers rented; they also lost their jobs; the GOONS, slithered back to Boston to organize other communities.. Another example is the
turning back of volunteer non union workers from Alabama who went to N J and NY to help rebuild and turned away. Too many politicians have sold their souls to the Unions as well.

Earlier today when Mitt Romney made his closing argument in Wisconsin, he said he would work with Congress to get things done in Washington should he be elected and pointed out President Obama's track record of not doing so. Shortly after Romney's speech concluded, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the guy who hasn't even introduced a budget in more than 2000 days, vowed not to work with Romney should he win next Tuesday.

Mitt Romney may be promising bipartisanship in his closing argument in the 2012 contest, but one of the Republican presidential nominee's harshest critics on...