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NO CLASS….

By ATWadmin On December 28th, 2006

Showing a complete lack of class, the Incoming Senate Majority Leader Democrat Harry Reid will miss the state funeral for former President Gerald Ford at the Capitol Rotunda on Saturday night, opting instead to lead a delegation to South America with an expected stop at the Machu Picchu Inca ruins. 

Here’s another example of his class..

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said on ‘FOX News Sunday’ that this Republican-led Congress is "the most corrupt in history." He went on to distance himself from lobbyist Jack Abramoff who is being investigated for illegal payoffs. "Don’t lump me in with Jack Abramoff. This is a Republican scandal," he said, and was adamant that he never received bribes from Abramoff. However, Reid, like many Democrats and Republicans, has received campaign contributions from Abramoff clients.  "America can do better than what we’ve done," said Reid. "The most corrupt Congress in the history of the country. We have such significant problems with what’s going on in this country."

Harry. erm, somehow, forgot to mention that he had accepted $66,000 From Abramoff.

What a guy – and he is the LEADER of the Senate Majority. God help America with a bozo like this in power.

6 Responses to “NO CLASS….”

  1. "Harry. erm, somehow, forgot to mention that he had accepted $66,000 From Abramoff."

    Authentication?

  2. http://www.breitbart.com/news/2006/02/09/D8FLR3380.html

  3. Alan
    The story came from Fox. That should be enough for anyone! 🙂

  4. No joke. Harry Reid, at best, has a very weak moral compass.

    I can’t see him successfully running anything except maybe a small hardware store. Certainly not the government.

    But, as Scarlett O’Hara once said: "I’ll think of it all tomorrow…After all, tomorrow is another day."

  5. Harry Reid is as corrupt as they come. He’s a disgrace. Tell me you don’t know this, Alan?!

  6. Of course David neglects to mention that Bush won’t make it either, and nor will 500 of the 535 members of Congress.