Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) took full credit for preventing a world wide depression yesterday. That is correct, a politician who is the higest ranking member of the United States Senate is taking credit for saving the world economy. We can now change the term “God Complex” and add a new term into the lexicon of America — “Harry Reid Complex.” Reid seemed to be taking full credit for the Troubled Assets Relief Program, also known as the Bailout of Wall Street Bill, on MSNBC yesterday. The delusional Reid took credit for personally saving the world economy and one could only assume that Reid was referring to his efforts to pass TARP. Hot Air agrees with this assessment and wonders if he is also talking about the so called Stimulus bill.Reid seems to be making the case that “but for” his efforts, TARP never would have been signed into law and he personally saved the world wide economy with his efforts. At a minimum, he took credit for “saving” the world from the deep depression being experienced by so many in Nevada who are unemployed or have been victimized by the mass of forclosures in Reid’s home state. Too bad Reid spent so much time saving the world, because he seems to have forgotten his own constituents.
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Carly Fiorina was on the Hugh Hewitt show this morning, and showed why she has value to Cruz quite apart from having reset the news cycle. She is probably the best and most media savvy attack dog who was available on the market, and she showed it today. You can listen to the whole interview here, and there’s a transcript | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES As hard as it is to believe, the US Army under Barack Obama had a policy in Afghanistan of coddling child-rapists. More than coddling, actually. The policy was to let militia and police commanders who were nominally on our side have their harems of young boys (bacha bazi). Never mind that the did it on American bases, which makes | Read More »
Mike Lee spoke to Mark Levin Thursday evening and didn’t hold back when addressing John Boehner’s attack on Ted Cruz. Keep in mind, Mike Lee is basically the most mild-mannered person in the entire senate, and even he isn’t tolerating this nonsense anymore.