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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Reid: "I Welcome Every Opportunity to Work with our Republican Colleagues"

After narrowly beating Republican challenger Sharron Angle and waking up to see a landslide of anti-Democratic voting last Tuesday, Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid has declared, "I welcome every opportunity to work with our Republican colleagues."  The statement comes as a 180 to the formerly anti-Republican Senator, who famously compared the GOP to those who supported slavery.

In a statement on his campaign website, Senator Reid explained how important it was to work together with Republicans, even though most of the legislation that the Senate has passed in the last two years have been down party lines:

"The message that voters throughout Nevada and all across the nation sent to Washington is that they want Democrats, Republicans and Independents to work together to find the common ground needed for real solutions and real progress...And I also welcome every opportunity to work with our Republican colleagues as we know the challenges that lie ahead of us know no political affiliation."
"Work together" from the man who said this last December:
"Instead of joining us on the right side of history, all the Republicans can come up with is, 'slow down, stop everything, let's start over.' If you think you've heard these same excuses before, you're right.  When this country belatedly recognized the wrongs of slavery, there were those who dug in their heels and said 'slow down, it's too early, things aren't bad enough.'"
Apparently Reid does not mind that he is being an utter hypocrite, so long as he thinks it will net him support.
Reid with Nancy Pelosi (right)
At the end, after saying that he wants to work with Republicans, Reid feels the need to throw a talking point into his statement:
"The time for politics is now over.  And now that Republicans have more members in both houses of Congress, they must take their responsibility to present bipartisan solutions more seriously.  Simply saying 'no' will do nothing to create more jobs, support our middle-class and strengthen our economy.
Obviously, Senator Reid has not learned the very lesson that he said that he did.  Also, the American people did not vote for Republicans and Democrats to work together, Mr. Reid, they voted for things to get done.  Good things that will put our economy on track.

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1 comment:

  1. I dont really care what that slime ball Reid wants. What the newly elected republicans as well as the incumbents still there is that America is NOW AWAKE AND WATCHING! They were sent to DC with specific goals. Downsize government, Balance the Budget, and overturn/repeal Obummer care. Republicans have always reached across the isle to the Dems. Republicans have always given a little here and there... Dems have always taken. That time is over. The representatives that were sent to DC had better realize that it is now time to do what is right for this country, not the lying thieves that are career politicians. I say no more compromise in priciple, or ethics, or any thing else. Stand firm republicans or start looking for another job for rest assured should you fail in your task YOU WILL BE REPLACED!!!!

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