Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Harry Reid off the deep end—again.

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid took a dive off the deep end again today. He lashed out against President Bush—again—decrying “the costs of Republican corruption.”
“President Bush needs to quit stonewalling about his White House’s connection to corruption, and finally tell us how he’s going to reform Washington,” the Nevada Democrat demanded.
This is a clear case of the pot calling the kettle black. Are the Republicans free of all corruption? No. But Harry Reid needs to focus upon cleaning up his own party. To say they received no gifts from Jack Abramoff is a joke. They got plenty from his clients.

While he’s working on cleaning up the Democratic side of the aisle, maybe he should ask if they have any ideas for improving this country of ours. From their rhetoric it would appear they don’t. Just exactly what does the Democratic Party stand for today? It is certainly not the party of John F. Kennedy any longer.

As a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee said in reply:
“By launching bitter, partisan attacks that ignore problems in his own backyard, Sen. Reid is emblematic of a minority party that is long on anger and short on substance,” said spokeswoman Tracey Schmitt.


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