An open letter to Harry Reid

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    Harry,

    Pound sand. You divisive useless politician. A pox on you and your ilk. Where did you get your fortune since you've never held a real job??

    Some facts for you Harry... the Democrats are and have always been the anarchists. Google "Occupy Wall Street" for a taste. Then maybe Google your pal Obama's close personal friend Bill Ayers. Know for a fact that our Founding Fathers distrusted Government and certainly monarchies. And the Tea Party represent half of this country Mr. Reid. You know it... and it scares you leftists socialists to death....

    Suck it hard.

    Regards,

    MOC


    http://dailycaller.com/2013/08/09/h...o-violent-anarchists-who-started-world-war-i/


    Harry Reid compares tea party to anarchists who ‘started World War I

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/08/09/h...chists-who-started-world-war-i/#ixzz2bVCRgxZs

    “Who is the tea party? Well, understand, when I was in school, I studied government, among other things, and prior to World War I and after World War I we had the anarchists,” Reid began. “Now they were violent — you know, some say that’s what started World War I, the anarchy moment — but they were violent. They did damage to property and they did physical damage to people.”

    “The modern anarchists don’t do that — that’s the tea party,” Reid clarified. “But they have the same philosophy as the early anarchists: They do not believe in government. Anytime anything bad happens to government, that’s a victory to them. And that’s what’s happened. We have absolute gridlock created by a group of people who represent few Americans. But it makes it extremely difficult to get things done.”
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    "And leprechauns represent the other half!"

    Sorry, seemed like we were having a good time playing make believe in this thread.
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    So you think that Democrats believe in no government, as that is the philosophical underpinning of "anarchism?" That is interesting but it certainly throws into question why you and those on the right go on and on about how Democrats want big government. Maybe they just want "Big Government Anarchy?"
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    Harry Reid is a dispicable piece of number two.
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    If it weren't for unions, the POS wouldn't still be in office.
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    Somewhat ironically given that this rant is apparently intended to be a full-throated defense of the Tea Party, if it wasn't for the Tea Party Harry Reid wouldn't be in office.

    You may recall, Harry Reid had some of the worst poll numbers of any incumbent Democrat, then the Tea Party managed to nominate Sharron freaking Angle and subsequently have Reid receive the largest single-month surge in the history of Senate polling and get re-elected when literally any even halfway normal Republican candidate would have beaten him.
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    What happened in Nevada is that, when the majority of actual constituents failed to nominate the candidate whose turn it was after the required horse trading and dues paying, the RNC basically turned and walked from Angle and O'Donnell (hell, it is as likely as not that it was the RNC and not the DNC who conspired to place that phoney tax lien on O'Donnell).

    It is a pretty sleazy way for a political party to deal with constituents who have the unmitigated gall to assume they have some say in the direction of the party. The Democrats have done it, too, to be sure -- ask the guy that primaried Lieberman, or that poor anonymous sap who might have once thought the DNC would actively support his FL Senate bid instead of tacitly backing Crist. But the Republicans seem much more... vindictive about it, frankly. Crist makes a decent example there, too, actually.

    Watch what happens with primary challenges to McConnell and Graham.
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    Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. Two turds circling the bowl.

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