Harry Reid: “Drop Dead” (Metaphorically Speaking)
The majority of voters in Nevada are stupid, stupid for re-electing Harry Reid for another Senate term of six long years. And their stupidity is affecting all of us. First, I can’t listen to the man. He is so condescending. He sounds like he just recovered from a coma. Second, he says stupid things, like this one: “Today is a big day in America. Only 36,000 people lost their jobs today.” Reid said this in response to what he considered to be a better-than-expected unemployment report showing the economy lost only 36,000 jobs in February 2010, compared to 651,000 in the same month the prior year.
His most recent stupid statement was about how millionaires don’t create jobs:
Many of our job creators are like unicorns, they’re impossible to find and don’t exist. That’s because only a tiny fraction of people making more than a million dollars, probably less than one percent, are actually small business owners and only a tiny fraction of that tiny fraction is a traditional job creator.
Now Sen. Reid wants Republicans to drop the Tea Party because he believes those associated with the grass roots movement are standing in the way of legislation to create jobs. In his best post-coma voice, Reid said the following:
“I would hope that they understand that everything doesn’t have to be a fight. Legislation is an art of working together, building consensus, compromise. And I hope that the Tea Party doesn’t have the influence in this next year that they had in the previous year.”
Of course he hopes the Tea Party loses its influence, because if it does, the Houses of Representatives will go back to the Democrats and the Senate will remain in Democrat hands.
The Tea Party is trying to save America from the extremism of the Democrat Party and the RINOs that support big government with continued larger budget deficits that they believe “stimulate the economy.”
Reid’s policies will cripple the economy. Of course, that’s what he and his fellow-Democrats want. They need a perpetual dependent class to keep them in office. By taxing the most prosperous wealth creators — who are a voting minority — and redistributing their largesse to liberal voting blocks, power is maintain.
The promise of redistributed wealth never reaches the people it’s promised to. Again, this is planned. “Keep them politically hungry” without actually feeding them.
Reid is also pushing for control of the Internet (SOPA) masquerading as a copyright protection bill. If people posting news on blogs and websites that criticize people like Reid are accused of using copyrighted material – whether it’s true or not – they can be shut down. How does this benefit Reid and the Democrats? It re-empowers the Mainstream media — CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC — that are exclusively Liberal. Who’s going to attack Liberal websites with charges of plagiarism? Let’s say a conservative does. Will the Justice Department do anything about it? To ask the question is to answer it.
While’ we’re stuck with Harry Reid for awhile, we can mute his influence by voting for Conservative Republicans in 2012. We may not like the Republican nominee for President, but it shouldn’t stop us from going to the polls and making changes to Congress. It won’t matter who the President is if the Senate is taken over by conservatives. “With 10 Republican seats up for a vote and 23 Democratic seats to be defended, Democrats have a difficult task trying to keep the Senate in Republican hands.”
It will be worth flipping the Senate just so I don’t have to listen to Harry Reid’s post-coma voice anymore.