Harry Reid

Senate To Vote Cloture on S.510, (HHS & FDA Food Control Bill) On Wed.

The District of Criminals is back in session with Progressive Harry Reid leading the charge to turn over the safety of your food supply chain to Kathleen Sebelius and subsequent Secretaries of HHS.  Yes, control of everything you wish to feed your family is going to be overseen by the very same federal government that believes that allowing DHS to move live ' hoof and mouth' virus (among a plethora of zoonotic viruses) to 'Tornado Alley' in the center of cattle country, Manhattan, Kansas is a completely safe and strategic move.  They also think Obamacare is going to cover every…
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Frank Luntz On The 2010 Midterm Elections, 7.9.2010

Tucker Carlson interviews Frank Luntz about the spin that the pResident is trying to achieve ahead of the midterm elections with a most revealing statement about the epic change coming. Tucker, the numbers are overwhelming. You know I polled in 1994. I was involved with the Contract with America. I will tell you that on every single statistical measurement, the Democrats are in more trouble today than they were in July of 1994 when they lost control of the House and Senate. Tucker's response is priceless...
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Sarah Palin And Tea Party Activists Disrupt Harry Reid’s Victory Lap

This congressional recess should have been Harry Reid's victory lap with the passage of Obamacare (meant to cripple the entire economy and keep the feds afloat for a few more years).  Only one big, big, problem; Tea Party Activists gathering in Searchlight, Nevada by the thousands to hear Sarah Palin and other patriots. Part 2: I can understand Sarah Palin having personal loyalty to John McCain, but damn, campaigning for one of the dinosaurs that got us into this mess? What's up with that?
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Scott Brown Votes With Harry Reid On Jobs Bill

This should be interesting.... Scott Brown joins Dems and votes to end debate on jobs bill Newly-seated Republican Sen. Scott Brown (Mass.) on Monday joined Democrats in voting to end debate on their $15 billion jobs bill. Brown crossed the aisle after Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) nixed an $85 billion, bipartisan plan in favor of a more narrowly-focused bill. “I came to Washington to be an independent voice, to put politics aside, and to do everything in my power to help create jobs for Massachusetts families," Brown said in a statement. "This Senate jobs bill is not perfect. I…
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