Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Good ol' Harry Reid

Harry Reid has been a busy boy. First he raises a stink with Senator Roberts of Kansas because the Valerie Plame affair has not had the results he believed it should (in his wildest dreams) and that is because Senator Roberts, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee didn't try hard enough. He honestly believes that the indictment of one person condemns the whole administration. What does that say about President Bush's predecessor?

He still has time to badmouth President Bush's choice for the Supreme Court. He seems to think that the president owes it to someone to choose a uniter, not a divider, with an uniter being defined as someone who agrees with the Democrats.

How does he find the time?

1 Comments:

Blogger KnightofGoodMrIronMan said...

"with an uniter being defined as someone who agrees with the Democrats." Like Gore? We just gotta get rid of the "strangeness".
The "strangeness".

Seriously, I think Bush was playing a practical joke on everyone, as Harry and Harriet used to be an item. Obviously.

2:20 AM  

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