UPDATE: If there were ever any reason to know how this pos administration feels towards the citizens of this country, it is by looking at their national call in number…1-800-fuckyo. What would Carl Jung say?
I think that the sentiment toward the won & co is returned just the same. Here’s Harry and his comment on kids and cancer.
DANA BASH: You all talked about children with cancer unable to go to clinical trials. The House is presumably going to pass a bill that funds at least the NIH. Given what you’ve said, will you at least pass that? And if not, aren’t you playing the same political games that Republicans are?
HARRY REID: Listen, Sen. Durbin explained that very well, and he did it here, did it on the floor earlier, as did Sen. Schumer. What right did they have to pick and choose what part of government is going to be funded? It’s obvious what’s going on here. . . . .
BASH: But if you can help one child who has cancer, why wouldn’t you do it?
REID: Why would we want to do that? I have 1,100 people at Nellis Air Force base that are sitting home. They have a few problems of their own. This is — to have someone of your intelligence to suggest such a thing maybe means you’re irresponsible and reckless –
The gratuitous attack on Dana Bash’s intelligence is a nice touch.
Predictably, Reid has taken umbrage at the criticism of him, and the predictable media sycophants are falling all over themselves to “explain.” So could he have meant it? Could anyone really be that unpleasant? A look at the record isn’t reassuring for Reid’s supporters. He says some pretty nasty stuff — and not infrequently.
Did he really mean it? God help his scrawny ass when he gets to knocking on those pearly gates. Of course, the incestuous AP alters the truth just a tad.
The little people need to follow the law, not teh won and his cohorts.
I’ve made investments of both time and money, as a law abiding citizen and a local business owner,’ he complained, ‘to make sure that my business was in compliance with the law. And as soon as I did that this president moved the goal posts.’
‘I am tired of government picking winners and losers, victors and victims, and I suggest it ends here today,’ Kawa said.
Judicial Watch, an activist group known for holding executive branch agencies’ feet to the fire through Freedom Of Information Act Requests and other legal maneuvers, announced that it had filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the South District of Florida. The defendants are the Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew and interim IRS chief Danny Werfel.