Reid says we are “evil-mongers”

Senate Democratic Leader Harry ReidAugust 13, 2009

Reid: Protesters are ‘evil-mongers’

by Eric Zimmermann

Town hall protesters are “evil-mongers,” says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.)  Reid coined the term in a speech to an energy conference in Las Vegas this week and repeated it in an interview with Politics Daily.


Dear Sen. Reid:

You are right on!  Check out these evil-mongers at our town hall in Oregon.

This gentleman, a CEO and President, sure sounds like an evil-monger to me.  What say you Harry?  Is this one of your “evil-mongers”?

[Watch about 4:40 in.]

How about this evil-monger physician with his yelling and disruptive behavior?

[Watch about 2:36 in.]

How about this attorney?  Sounds like a evil-monger to me huh?  What say you Harry?  Evil guy huh?

[Watch about 6:58 in.]  Notice how the ObamaTron shouts him down.   This happened frequently.  First they tried to stack the meeting, then they shouted down those who were concerned or had questions about ObamaCare.

Here is a real evil-monger, a labor guy with the SEIU, one of your pals Harry, attacking another man physically for simply having a contrary opinion.

The fact is Harry, you prove the saying there are more horse’s asses than there are horses. 

The vast majority of people at these town hall meetings are responsible, dedicated, patriotic American seniors and middle-aged taxpayers who are very concerned about the growth of the federal government, the expanding power of government, the financial irresponsibility in government, and the threats to freedom brought forward by people like you.

You are a disgrace and a coward and a lying piece of dog excrement and you should be forced to wander the rest of your days in the Nevada desert barefoot.


PS:  Here is one of Harry’s greatest hits—Income tax is voluntary!  (Major meathead.)


3 Responses to Reid says we are “evil-mongers”

  1. euandus says:

    I have been surprised by the lack of civil political discourse in some of the threaded discussions in the blogs. I suspect it might reflect the sort of people we are (i.e., in American society). Here is the post if you are interested:

  2. I say it’s time to fight fire with fire. Civility is to be preferred, however, looking at our contentious debates from the very beginning, Americans have always stated their opinions frankly. And, I am reminded that John the Baptist didn’t gently suggest that Herod what a smidge outta line…

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