Harry Reid DOUBLES DOWN, claims Bundy doesn’t pay taxes and calls supporters “domestic violent terrorist wannabes”

Earlier today Harry Reid was asked to explain why he called the supporters of Cliven Bundy domestic terrorists. He said the following:

Bundy doesn’t believe that the American government is valid, he believes that the United States is a foreign government.

He doesn’t pay his taxes. He doesn’t follow the law. He doesn’t pay his fees.

And if anyone thinks by any figment of their imagination what happened up there last week was just people rallying to somebody that was oppressed — 600 people came in, armed. They had practiced, they had maneuvered, they knew what they were doing. They set up snipers in strategic locations with sniper rifles. They had assault weapons. They had automatic weapons. And they boasted about the fact that they put women in children — in fact one retired sheriff from Arizona boasted that he put women and children so that they would get hit first.

So, 600 people. If there were ever an example of people who were domestic, violent terrorist wannabes, these are the guys. And I think that we should call it that way.



There’s more in the video clip below:

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Buro Cratz
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Buro Cratz

Challenged by arithmetic? Here we find our resident marxist agitator lying about reducing the deficit: http://youtu.be/CKwE2EGsfMk?t=5m55s

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

I’m going to jump right in as I have been active on this issue elsewhere, The BLM has “Assumed Authority” over state lands all over the west and declared themselves the arbiter of all issues of public land use. This is a gross over reach of governmental powers that rightly belong to the states. This is a whole lot more than just grazing rights, this includes mining permits, oil and gas production timber harvests, fishing rights and a raft of other issues that are better served by local interests.

J W
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J W

Well Walt, if this is so, you should contact your state lands agency and/or Governor and find out why the heck they are allowing this.

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

I supported Clint Didier for Commissioner of Public Lands, the libs run things even though the East side of the state is conservative, this kind of divide can be seen all over the west. The population center votes tend to over-ride our conservative efforts. We keep on banging away in our own inimitable way. This creeping land-grab is nothing new. Ronald Reagan was a “Sage Brush ” war supporter, he understood that the local was much more informed than the bureaucrat in DC. Just how do you stop gov’t over-reach???

J W
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J W

There is a movement by western legislative members to organize and change laws to allow states to manage public lands. What we can all do is support and push for passage of legislation to make this a reality. It will not happen overnight but this is the correct American way to change that which we believe needs changed.

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

No argument that a negotiated solution is preferred, my argument is against a BLM Thug that acts as though he were exempt from the rule of law, the fact the BLM Rangers showed up at the Bundy Ranch with firearms and aggressive actions prompted a response by supporters to the Bundy family. I question whether the BLM Rangers would have shown restraint if the militia had not been there, would there have been dead citizens? When you view the video of the confrontation where one man is tasered, you certainly see little evidence of restraint on the part of the so-called Rangers. I am certain we will never hear of any of these thugs being reprimanded, much less terminated.

Gene White
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Gene White

Walt, I think you have found your home here. Welcome to the Scoop family. Good to have you here.

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

Thanks, I think you may be right.

Gene White
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Gene White

Its pretty easy to see.

Gene White
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Gene White

I think I’ll go pick up that Chardonnay tomorrow, and drink a toast to our newest member. Someone who made this site an even better place, than it was previous.

J W
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J W

Just retired from 30 years of law enforcement. I have watched the videos and I think the BLM Officers showed restraint and professionalism. They were in a tough situation, faced by angry rioters. They kept their cool and kept the violence to a minimum. They even went so far as to leave the disputed area. Sets a bad precedence, but was the best option at the time. Had that happened in Los Angeles, Miami, or any other major city I am afraid there would have been a different outcome. An outcome that would be bad for all. As for the show of force, I believe it was appropriate. Bundy had threatened a range war and the BLM has an absolute duty to provide security for its employees and contractors. I only wish they had gotten the local Sheriff involved earlier. Part of the problem was the BLM’s crazy idea about… Read more »

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

I guess it has to do with perspective sir, 30 years ago we didn’t see police departments that were militarized, we saw community policing, now these guys are too busy to get out of their cars for any thing less than a full blown riot. And If your idea of restraint is using tasers and dogs on protesters, which by the way, assembly is legal under our Constitution, then we see things very much different.
Since when is it necessary to bring snipers and helicopters to drive cows. If your interested in driving the cows to the brink of death, hell yeah, use the choppers, but humane treatment was not in any way used in this issue. The problem here was the monumental over reaction to a grazing fee dispute by the BLM and their tactics of intimidation.

J W
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J W

Walt, there had been 20 years of violation and outright non compliance with court orders. Bundy should be arrested for contempt of court. The police of today are so much more trained and professional than 30 years ago, it is not even comparable. Extremely large tracks of land require different gathering tactics. You have probably never gathered cattle on large grazing allotments. The problem here is 20 years of violating laws that forced the BLM to take action and the threat of a range war from the Bundy’s.

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

I come from a simpler time I guess, I grew up in the 4Corners area of New Mexico. I worked for the large ranches in the county so you would be wrong in your supposition that I have never worked cattle. Helicopters work fine to move stock, but you damn well don’t haze young calves until they collapse, Law enforcement is better trained and equipped but I question the advisability of putting the tools of war in law enforcement agencies large and small. The legal conduct of the BLM has been suspect for a long time, the Bureau has been accused of strong-arm tactics in more than just the Bundy affair. Ronald Reagan was a “Sage Brush Rebellion” supporter, and this affair is no more than a continuation of that argument that has swept from the front burner but has been there all the same. When any government entity assumes… Read more »

J W
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J W

Walt, I am not a blanket supporter of the BLM or any federal entity. I think the government sucks much of the time and we should all be striving to make it better. What I disagree with is giving any conservative republican backing to this Bundy affair. The man stole from all Americans for 20 years, he is cheating his fellow ranchers I even more strongly object to any suggestion that armed inserection is the way to solve the many problems in our government, whether it be national, state or local. There are to many batshit crazy people out there who are willing and ready to use violence. Unfortunately well speaking conservatives like you and Mr White just give the whackos fuel to (in their mind) justify their hope for violent confrontation. We need to improve the government by the power of our vote and the strength of our conviction… Read more »

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

J, I respect your opinion, I am 74 years old, does age impart wisdom? no, but it does impart life’s experience. An out of control government is as detrimental to liberty as armed invaders, did not our founders warn us of the grasping growth of government? “To make an empire durable, the magistrates must obey the law, and the people the magistrates”. Solon (638-558BC) Athenian Law Giver Even in antiquity the lesson of governmental over-reach was know to exist. In 1761 James Otis Jr., the Advocate General of the Colony of Massachusetts resigned his post in protest of The Writs of Assistance, a law that allowed the Crown to search homes, persons and property for little to no reason. The court rulings against the Bundys are as specious as the writs of the British Crown. The order allowing the round-up didn’t say one thing about allowing Rangers to wreck facilities… Read more »

J W
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J W

Walt, if you read my reply to Mr White above you will see what my response would be. I think you express your position well and agree you have a lot of life experience. I wish you nothing but good health and happiness.

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

J, I just reread your post to Gene, unfortunately it’s not the people who are out of control but a gov’t that cannot keep itself within the confines of Constitutional law. You also wrongly assume because I do not agree with the crap that this administration tries on a daily basis to feed the American Public, that I am supportive of armed rebellion against the US Gov’t. That sir, is a LAST RESORT, not the anything to upset the apple cart you seem to think. What I am saying is that an out of control administration is deadly to liberty and I find it hard to stand idly by and see our Republic destroyed from within.

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

I’m compelled to ask J Weir, do you think government is the problem or the solution??

cmexpat
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cmexpat

I agree that it needs to be settled in court – not in some waco-ist show of force by some bogus government agency that wants to create a media storm and make an example of someone. Didn’t they learn from Waco?

J W
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J W

Then we agree. Violence does not serve anyone’s best interest. The government has and does do stupid things, I have ever argued they don’t. I just don’t see how the militia groups threatening civil war to protect a man who has stolen from all Americans and cheated his fellow ranchers is a righteous cause to call for armed violence. I am a conservative and I don’t want the conservative movement stained by some crazy support for an unjust cause.

cmexpat
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cmexpat

My understanding, and correct me if I’m wrong, is that Bundy had grazing rights that he refused to sell out to the government as they made their land grab to protect turtles back in the 70’s which they are now in the very process of euthanizing 1000’s of because of government “budget cuts”. By NOT agreeing to give up the grazing rights that his family had from homesteading the land back in the 1800’s, he is not stealing anything. If those that sold out to the government at that time, were doing the same thing, then I would tend to agree. That’s my understanding of it anyways.

Gene White
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Gene White

J Weir, I appreciate your most heartfelt post, and I also appreciate your 30 years of law enforcement. I really do. That being said, the Federal Government right now, is simply out of control, when it comes to the basic freedoms of the average citizen in this country. These times we are experiencing right now, are far more grievous than the times that produced The American Revolution. Put simply, we had far more freedom, under the rule of King Henry, than we have now, under Obama and Reid. Study your History. You will see I am right. So, you think Bundy threatened a range war, and because of that, you believe a show of force by the BLM was appropriate. Even though the Bundy Ranch existed before the BLM was even dreamed of. Who exactly, gave the Bureau of Land Management the right to assume the ownership of range land,… Read more »

J W
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J W

You have some notion that civil unrest and war against the government is some sort of romantic quest. You have not seen dead children, you have not seen human heads blown apart, you have not seen charred bodies. If you had, you would not speak of armed insurrection so easily. Our government must do much more than provide roads and national defense. The BLM is simply an administrative entity within the government. It is made up of people like you and me. They absolutely make mistakes but they are not some evil faction bent on destroying America. In my America we use government for the people and the government is of the people, I will never support armed insurrection against the people. I know the far right crazies are a small minority. But, they have the power to turn this country into a third world crap hole.

cmexpat
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cmexpat

The problem with civil servants is that as soon as they get a job working for the “government” they feel a sense of empowerment rather than a sense of civic duty. From TSA agents to DMV workers to Postal workers and of course BLM workers, they almost all demonstrate this powertrip mentality with the people that 1) pay their wages 2)they are supposed to SERVE!

J W
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J W

You may think YOU would be that way but I was a Deputy Sheriff for 30 years and never felt that way. I think you may be projecting your values on the rest of us which is very unfair. Now I am not saying there are not bad people in every profession, there certainly are. But don’t judge everyone on the behavior of a small minority of public servants.

cmexpat
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cmexpat

“they kept the violence to a minimum”? “They showed restraint”? For one…there should not have been ANY violence! and another there was NEVER any reason to “show restraint” because the protesters were NOT violent.

J W
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J W

The protesters were involved in very aggressive, riot type behavior. Did you see the video? 30 years of law enforcement here and I assure you the protesters were threatening violence and the officers were fully justified in the force used. Do you see the local, state or federal authorities contemplating charges agains any of the BLM Officers. No, because reasonable people know there was no violation by Officers, just appropriate use of force.

Gene White
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Gene White

Why do we need to pass legislation, when the BLM simply “assumed” control of public lands in the first place? Why can’t we just do what the Feds did? Why can’t we just “assume” they didn’t have the right to “assume” control of these public lands in the first place?

Walter Mow
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Walter Mow

Ronald Reagan supported the Sage Brush Rebellion because he knew that local control was the right thing to do. I agree that state assumption of these lands is the correct answer, but the tentacles of government’s grasping over-reach will be very hard to break without support in the Senate, and we know the worm will do every thing in his power to control a vote on an issue that will not benefit him and his minions.

gwhh
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gwhh

I doubt the common citizen had a bunch of machine gun and is a sniper rifle any rifle that has a scope on it??

gwhh
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gwhh

I think all old harry very mad that they made him look bad, his son look bad and cost him money!!!

gwhh
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gwhh

who had all the sinper and gun BLM OR the common citizens? BLM sent in 200 armed agents

Julie Belle
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Julie Belle

It’s funny how so many politicians don’t pay their taxes until they run for office, then all of a sudden they pay it. Harry Reid is senile and needs to go away. What a power-hungry asshole.

bluemongoose
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bluemongoose

Harry, your several instances of child molestation will be made public very soon.

Dave
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Dave

J Weir: The Constitution takes precedence…. Below is the text in the US constitution that makes Clive Bundy right and all the judges, LEO and anyone else that is involved supporting the federal government’s side wrong: Article I Section 8.17 “and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings;” Based on the US Constitution Federal land Purchase should only be for “Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards and other needful Buildings” but must have consent of the Legislature of the State in which it builds them. They are not building a fort on the grazing lands Clive Bundy is using and they don’t have the consent of the Legislature of the state of Nevada to build said fort so the federal government has… Read more »

J W
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J W

Dave, then by your interpretation of the Constitution the National Parks are also unlawful since they are not included in the definitions of allowed federal lands. Here is the problem with your interpretation, first under the Constitution the judicial arm of our government makes the final interpretations of the Constitution, not you and the other far right wing people (I am being kind using the term people instead of other descriptions). Most of us recognize that even though we sometimes don’t agree with the judicial branch of government, as civilized people we are bound by their decisions. This is our Constitutional Government, not just my opinion. You want to pick and choose what parts of the Constitution you want to follow, and on top of that you only want to apply your own interpretations. Shame on you. Next, most of us believe public lands administered by the BLM or the… Read more »

J W
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J W

According to 18 U.S. Code § 2384, seditious conspiracy occurs “If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States; they shall each be fined or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.” So why should not Bundy and the Armed Militia people be prosecuted for Seditious Conspiracy. Now before you jump on me, I have no use for Harry Reid, I think he is bad for the nation and I hope the voters of Neveda kick him to the curb. I just don’t see how this Bundy theft situation… Read more »

kendrick1
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kendrick1

Still overkilling J.W.! You go ahead and continue to spread your butt cheeks if you want. If the BLMers were intent on peace, why weren’t they carrying an olive branch rather than weapons of war?

Just keep on straightening the deck chairs while the ship is sinking!

John Smith
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John Smith

He is correct. Rule of law applies even if you don’t like the law or find it inconvenient.

kendrick1
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kendrick1

Has the rule of law been observed in implementation of Obamacare? When was the Constitution changed to allow the executive branch of the government to decide whether to enforce none or just parts of a law — ACA — that had been duly agreed to and signed by the appropriate Congressional member, and the president in accordance with his sworn oath of office — “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.”

I point out to you, again, that the ACA has been violated over 30 times by the president by not implementing that Act as it was designed by Congress. The executive branch has a sworn Constitutional duty to enforce each law as passed!

John Smith
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John Smith

I believe we’re discussing a deadbeat rancher and whether the federal government can own and manage lands.

kendrick1
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kendrick1

You are gagging at a gnat and swallowing a camel. With all of the problems facing our nation you consider the Nevada situation more important — your top priority?

Don’t break any speed limits! Rule of law, you know!

John Smith
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John Smith

I suppose debate on-topic with facts isn’t your strong suit.

kendrick1
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kendrick1

The funny little character (?) at the end of a sentence begs for an answer! They get in the way sometimes, don’t they?<– Question mark!

The reason this discussion was started and is continuing to be discussed is primarily the alleged breaking of a law!

Any persons breaking any law will ultimately die and the law will still be her — unless someone in the executive department arbitrarily decides the want to change it to suit their whims!

The alleged breaking of the law is and has been and is the TOPIC we have been discussing!

So, are we discussing whether Bundy is a deadbeat rancher, or are we discussing whether he broke the law! And, Is it not O.K. for an individual to break the law, and yet O.K. for someone in the executive branch to do so?<– question mark!

John Smith
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John Smith

You are completely irrational. Bundy lost twice in court. He pays the fees. He’ll be back in court again and likely incarcerated, as he should be, being the deadbeat he is. And now we find out he’s a racist, to boot. Fine fellow you’ve circled your wagons around. Enjoy the campfires and weenie roasts with Cliven and rest of the insurrectionists. Boston harbor is a ways from Nevada, but you can still ceremoniously dump tea.

kendrick1
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kendrick1

No more discussion until you answer my question!

J W
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J W

At least you stayed on point this time. To answer your question, because they are not fools. When someone threatens war upon you a wize man comes prepared.

kendrick1
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kendrick1

You caused me to be confined to this one point because you conceded I was correct on all of the other points.

The only reason I would say that the citizens present at the subject were not wise would be that they too, did not bring tasers!

John Smith
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John Smith

You are absolutely correct; the “militia” should be prosecuted (and Nevadans should do what they didn’t do last election; toss pond scum Reid out).

KellyG
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KellyG

Harry Reid, his son, the rest of his family member’s and all of their close friends need to release their tax returns for the last 20 years… you’ll see just how much they have profited from their corruption!

Harry Reid represents; Harry Reid and his own… along with his Communist friends in China… that’s it plain and simple and to put it in plain simple English… Harry Reid and his supporters are the True Terrorist and Enemies of the State!!!

ladyjk
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ladyjk

This jerk is an embarassment to Nevada, to the Senate and to our country. He should never be in a leadership position. There is no place for such an untruthful, smearing, bully as this man. He reminds me of someone I knew who when confronted with the truth, with the hard facts, and rational thinking then says, “It’s what I say it is.” Argument over. Why do the democrats put up with having this guy be their spokesman? Perhaps they are like him.

Godot
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Godot

Maybe SOROS pays him by the word. Hey Harry, you willing tool, release YOUR tax returns. What are YOU afraid of???? People might figure out you got filthy rich at the public trough?

Godot
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Godot

I’m sure the professional hack politicians in the White House are wondering how many votes this male bimbo is costing the “administration” every time he opens his mouth. Among other things, he’s delusional.

McCabe
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McCabe

If they are thinking i those terms, it’s amazing that Joe Biden is allowed in public.

The Dude
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The Dude

I couldn’t listen to the whole thing. He’s a piece of work, that one.

Godot
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Godot

Dirty Harry has used “the law” to make him a millionare. Anyone who fails to roll over for Harry and his “law” is a threat to his bottom line. The way he runs his mouth one would think he WANTS a confrontation to go bad, so we’ll “learn our lesson”. Well, we did, it was called WACO, also brought to us by freedom loving democrats.

Bill T
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Bill T

Hey harry, go to your cave with family and die

DownTheLine
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DownTheLine

Good call, Jay I. We Americans need to wise up. Reid’s attitde is representative of that of the federal government. Reid needs to go and so do the majority of our federal “elected” officials. Rotton to the core.

disqus_nnLrIiRVEb
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disqus_nnLrIiRVEb

Dirty Greedy Reid and all those politians in congress are allowed to use their power and influence to gain access to inside trading that the rest of us would be found guilty of and sent to prison. Greedy Reid is one pathetic piece of dung that needs to be flushed down the toilet.

JacksonPearson
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JacksonPearson

Yep, Harry’s pure dirt….

Jay Rock
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Jay Rock

The “law” is an ass. There is “law” operating on practically every inch of the planet……most of it is bad “law”. Leaving governmental parasites to solely define what the catch all word “law” means is how hundreds of millions of citizens have been slaughtered in the past 100 years by their own “law” enforcers. And to suggest that because we vote these fools into office that somehow we are making the “law” is preposterous. Henry Thoreau puts it eloquently, “Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.” To say someone is breaking the “law” has a type of mesmerizing effect on many people. That word “law” has magically shut down a deeper debate for thousands of years. And the magical word that always goes with “law” is “crime”. Interestingly every freedom fighter and patriot in every part of the world, in any time period in history… Read more »

LibertysSon
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LibertysSon

Well said Jay. Thanks for the reminder.

Harvey Jones
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Harvey Jones

Reid, Pelosi, Obunghole or…….

Jeremiah
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Jeremiah

If the reporter wants to know what Bundy believes than ask Bundy, not Harry, he will tell you ! Harry is just directing attention away from himself.

RAM1
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RAM1

The commiecrats are hilarious. My memory goes back to a newly elected Marxist that had a terrible time finding appointees that had paid all or any of their taxes. Remember Geitner and his Turbo Tax excuse. They (commiecrats) put him in charge. I see a pattern forming.

Mitch
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Mitch

Reid is not just a prick, he is a cactus! He got caught trying to commit murder and thieft and he is the one yelling terrorist! Isn’t that special smile

RightStuff
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RightStuff

Harry is insane, and has been that way for at least 15 years. Thank you, Nevada, for inflicting him on the rest of the nation. He is the perfect personification of the fact that the Federal government holds the monopoly on crime in the good old United States.

Harvey Jones
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Harvey Jones

It is my opinion that if Harry Reid and Pelosi and Obunghole were alive and in government during the first Presidential administration that George Washington himself would shoot them all in the head.

memphis2
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memphis2

Once again, evidence that Harry Reid is accessing IRS information illegally, or he is lying, take your pick. There is no legal way for Harry Reid to know if Bundy is paying his taxes.

Kemit
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Kemit

Exacty! The whole thing is totally lawless. Its unreal.
You just sit there and wonder if anyone cares that they have destroyed everything thru this exact type of corruption.

Kemit
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Kemit

Watch the video at 4:03. It tells you everything you need to know. Listen to Harry Reid say “Its federal land” and points at himself. WOWZER!! This guy thinks the land is his for real. He thinks federal lands means Harry Reids land. Just wow!!!

Guest
Guest
Guest

Just look at this bloated corrupt devil.

rdknyc596
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rdknyc596

I’m amazed that he can say these things with out stern push back from these reporters. And why he is not questioned on the solar farms and the shady connections to his son. Americans are Americans Harry. And we have the right to bear arms. Now, I don’t own a gun, I am very non violent, but the way in which the government moved in with Force, was beyond the pale. And I would have been out to that farm (sans a gun) if I lived by them to support them. I’m glad people stood up to this. It is fees, Harry, that is being argued. And while this man may have lost in the courts thus far, it is in the courts, this whole issue right now. I want to pay my Taxes, fees and even penalties Harry, just like every law abiding citizen in this country. But when… Read more »

PresObama Phone
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PresObama Phone

Google “Harry Reid child molester” ….ummm that cant be true…

juan smith
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juan smith

LETS BELIEB THE DUDES ON “OUR SIDE!”. NOT THE OTHER SIDES GUYS!

Jason Nort
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Jason Nort

how does Reid know Bundy does not pay taxes? Either he is lying or he has IRS information that he shouldn’t have.

Agent 99
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Agent 99

Would love to see a list of those in Congress and friends of the Prez (celebrities included) who owe significant back taxes. Are they worried about being labeled and their property/assets being confiscated? You think?

PresObama Phone
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PresObama Phone

To engage in war and have the public on your side you must first demonize your enemy.

GirlRaisedInTheSouth
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GirlRaisedInTheSouth

Harry Reid lies. The various government agencies had dogs, helicopters, and snipers. They had the automatic weapons. Harry should know that true “assault” weapons have been illegal for years. Explain to me, Harry, why the government would begin an endeavor like they did that runs up a bill of $3M when the landowner only owed $1M?

Question: I know that the lawmakers are protected by the “Speech and Debate Clause”, but since they have more media exposure than the average American, at what point are they legally responsible for what comes out of their mouths?

Chuck Pelto
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Chuck Pelto

TO: Moderator
RE: GG888

Let him post.

He’s an easy foil against which we can point out the fallacious arguments he supports.

Chuck(le)
[Rebuke a fool according to his folly, lest he become wise in his own conceit. — Proverbs]

JoeNJ8
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JoeNJ8

What is his problem? I can hardly understand what he is saying.
Harry, please, retire already, your time has passed.

BarackMugabe
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BarackMugabe

“He doesn’t pay his taxes.”

Neither does Charles Rangel. Or Tim Geithner.

“He doesn’t follow the law.”

Neither does Barack Obama. Or Harry “Ngro Dialect” Reid. Or Nazi Pelosi or any of the other lawless left, particularly when it comes to illegal immigrants.

“If there were ever an example of people who were domestic, violent terrorist wannabes, these are the guys.”

They didn’t bomb the Pentagon — Barack Obama’s friends and supporters did.

scott young
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scott young

I’ll say it again. Harry Reid is a lying piece of schidt. Come see me and I’ll say it to your face. I wouldn’t piss on him if he was on fire. He’s a complete and total waste of good air. Nevadans need to kick the SEIU out and have a REAL election. Bet Reid would lose by a landslide to ANYBODY.

Buzz
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Buzz

SEIU = Union = Organized Crime.

NEVER expect a democrat to tell the truth.

Agent 99
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Agent 99

Harry Arschloch.

Buzz
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Buzz

NEVER expect a democrat to tell the truth.

oldoldtimer
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oldoldtimer

What constitution> the one the Dems refuse to go by?

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