Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) accused the media on Thursday evening of being "easy" on his Republican challenger, Sharron Angle.
Reid accused Angle of speaking in "code words" in reference to some of her positions on entitlement programs like Social Security, and jabbed at the media for not fully probing her views.
"Never have I run against someone who speaks in code words that are not explainable," Reid said during an appearance on MSNBC. "And I have to say, the press has given her a pretty easy go."
Excuses are for losers, Harry.
UPDATE: A reader points out that Reid has been known to use, um, "code words" of his own.