The Senator from Nevada: pompous ass of all time, fingers the nation.
Right back at ya Harry.
Remember this pencil-necked little geek in days gone by (?):
“This war is lost.”
“This flu is going to strike us all, me, my children, my grandchildren, and if they get it, half of them are going to die.”
“President Bush is a liar.”
Well, now he is preaching to us about civic responsibility, common courtesy and good governance.
It’s been a while since we had to endure the wit and fizzdom of Senator Reid. What a lovely respite. But…heeeeezzzzzz baaaaaaack!
WASHINGTON (AP) 8.6.09 – The Senate’s most powerful Democrat on Thursday scolded health care protesters dogging his party’s lawmakers at local meetings, arguing that some critics on the political right have run out of ideas—and ditched their civic manners. Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada accused the protesters of trying to “sabotage” the democratic process.
Ah, Harry. Remember civics class and all that stuff about citizens having the right to petition government for redress of grievances, and all that stuff about free speech, free assembly, all of it part of the ‘democratic process? For you to call citizen participation in the process attempts at ‘sabotage’ indicates two things: you don’t know the definition of the word ‘sabotage,’ and you are so out of touch, so arrogantly blinded by your own ego and power mad schemes, you’ve lost sight of the fundamentals of the democratic process. We know you’d prefer we just vote and go home, leaving all the important decisions to you and Nancy, but guess what, what you call sabotage, we call citizen participation according to the Constitution. You may want to dust off your copy of the U.S. Constitution and read the First Amendment you sniveling moron.
HERE, I’LL MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Harry ‘The Smoking” Reid goes on:
“These are nothing more than destructive efforts to interrupt a debate that we should have, and are having,” Reid said. “They are doing this because they don’t have any better ideas. They have no interest in letting the negotiators, even though few in number, negotiate. It’s really simple: they’re taking their cues from talk show hosts, Internet rumor-mongerers … and insurance rackets.”
Guess what Harry? The town hall meetings are debate central you idiot. You so-called peoples’ representatives are supposed to listen to The People and hear what we have to say. You are supposed to encourage participation and debate. Now that you have it, you sneer, and denigrate the very people who pay your salary, you miserable dunderhead. You are right however, we do not have any interest in letting you and your negotiators negotiate our freedom away. You have proven yourselves thoroughly incompetent, untrustworthy, and completely unreliable. In case you have not noticed, you and yours are receiving a massive NO CONFIDENCE vote from Americans from all sides of the aisle, you pathetic failure.
How dare you speak down to us, you sorry excuse for a public servant. You and yours have bankrupt our country, killed states’ rights, promoted immorality on every front, discouraged our men and women in uniform, put us in harm’s way, and saddled our kids and grand kids with insurmountable debt! And then you have the gall to stand there and preach to us about responsible citizenship, you insolent puke! And on top of it, you insult us, telling The People we cannot think for ourselves, that we take cues from others, and act as hacks for industry.
You enormous bag of filth.
The good people of Nevada should run you outta town on a magnetized light rail. Meanwhile, the rest of us would respectfully request you shut the hell up.
And PS you loser. Here are a few good ideas for improving healthcare in America.
>We throw you bums out of office.
>Open competition nationally for all private healthcare insurers: competition drives prices down and increases quality.
>Determine real need among the uninsured, not the willfully uninsured or illegal aliens, but the real needy, and give them health vouchers or provide free Medicare, but wherever possible, let the states handle their particular situations in their way.
>Reform Medicare, root out the corruption and pay doctors properly and right the ship financially.
>Follow the rest of the Republican proposals: details here.
>And throw bums like you out of office you mealy-mouthed little weasel.
(Was that discourteous? Good. It was meant to be.)