Harry Reid Doesn’t Care About The Laws He Passes As Majority Leader

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What a tool.  He’d be laughable, but, this is too serious to laugh.

Harry Reid on White House Bergdahl Call: ‘What Difference Does It Make?

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid scolded reporters for questioning the timing of the phone call from the White House notifying him of President Obama’s decision to exchange five Taliban prisoners for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s release.

Reid was notified about the decision on Friday night, whereas many Republican senators did not find out about it until Saturday, shortly before Obama’s press conference announcing the deal.

When reporters asked him Thursday about the timing of the White House call, Reid snapped.

“I’m not sure I’m the only one. I mean this has made a big deal over nothing,” he said. “The whole deal is, ‘Is it Friday or Saturday?’ What difference does it make? What difference does it make?”

How cool is it that he channels Hillary while she’s still alive?!?!?!?!

The problem is, of course, Reid helped shepherd a law through congress which required congressional notification before prisoners were released.  Now he doesn’t care about the law he passed?

Further, I don’t believe, for a second, he was notified.  I think it’s a lie the White House knew he’d go along with.  But, even if it was true, the White House is still in violation of US law, which Zero himself signed. 

What?  They remembered to call Reid, but, forgot to call anyone else?  Failing to call anyone else was an “oversight”?? 

Lying anti-American scumbags. 

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14 Responses to Harry Reid Doesn’t Care About The Laws He Passes As Majority Leader

  1. Latitude says:

    …I’m doing garlic and white chickens

    What slapped me down was “if you ever do this again, we will impeach you”

    …say what?…and why not now?

    • suyts says:

      I haven’t decided….. I have to check the freezer. I think beer is on the menu tonight, and something quick.

      There’s no reason not to impeach other than hackery. He intentionally violated US law. This is unambiguous. Our constitution insists that he be impeached. It won’t happen because our lawmakers, Dems and Repubs, have a disdain for the US constitution.

      • Jason Calley says:

        The Federal government stopped obeying the Constitution a long time ago. Today, the United States does not have a legal government; what we have is a fascist oligarchy that pretends to be a legal government. Most people here in the US do not really understand or care what form of government we have as long as they have a relatively comfortable life style. Those of us who do care, who do have an understanding of what governmental system we are supposed to have, most of us like that are unwilling to admit that the Republic fell years ago. The “tipping point” happened at least twenty years ago. In real life, the rule of law and the Constitution is a dead letter. It is a gut wrenching realization for anyone who values individual rights and freedom. Even so, accepting the truth is always better than swallowing a lie.

        • cdquarles says:

          That happened far more than 20 years ago. It happened 120 years ago, roughly 1896. *Hmm sounds roughly when Plessy v. Ferguson was decided.

          Anyway, the first Fascist in Chief was Teddy Roosevelt link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_Roosevelt. Woodrow Wilson doubled that. We got a break with Harding/Coolidge. Then the Hoover/Roosevelt tag team doubled the Wilson doubling. There was no serious break after the end of the Big War. JFK did a bit of help on the economic side, but that was negated by Johnson and his ‘Great’ Society. Nixon, ha! The best thing he did was make the Great Inflation that began in the Great Depression visible. We didn’t get another break until RWR, and he had to fight both the Ds and Rs in Congress. Bush 41, well, he reverted to the ‘progressive’ mean. Clinton … best thing that happened to him was Newt and the boys briefly. Too bad Lindsey Graham punted the best article of Impeachment charge (perjury and suborning perjury). Bush 43? More of the same as 41, with the difference being getting a minor tax cut instead of a relatively minor tax increase. When the Ds got control of Congress in ’07, well, it should have been obvious what would come next. O? He’s full steam ahead Fascist/Stalinist. The 2010 election had a chance to stop him somewhat. Boehner blew it.

        • DirkH says:

          cdquarles says:
          June 12, 2014 at 1:59 am
          “Nixon, ha! The best thing he did was make the Great Inflation that began in the Great Depression visible.”

          The best thing Nixon did for the USA was replace the Gold standard with the Petrodollar standard. Given the size of the fraud it went rather smoothly.

        • cdquarles says:

          One could say that was a side-effect, Dirk :P.

      • suyts says:

        Jason, I believe we can still get back to it. Yes, we don’t, but, it isn’t dead.

  2. leftinflagstaff says:

    From this administration forward, Dem leadership will be less law-abiding than a prison riot.

  3. copernicus34 says:

    The following statement is a fact: I have it on good authority that the reason Congress wrote that law (the 30 day notification) is because they feared Obama would do this sort of thing. Early on apparently they were worried about this sort of behavior from him.

  4. tom0mason says:

    Reid better watch out, Obomagdahl doesn’t care if his comrades are killed in action trying to rescue him.

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