By Andrew H.  | August 4, 2012 | 05:20
Harry Reid of Nevada
I am laughing at the dark comedy that is democratic theater. Harry Reid pines toward the cameras and easily twists the muscles in his face to look oh so serious, so concerned, and so very solemn as he gives us his latest verbal editorial. It’s hilarious to watch this professional liar, this unabashed, unpunished thief provide another statement about the evil people who know him for what he is… it’s the season for Mitt Romney to be in his chartreuse cross-hairs of phony disdain, of genuine dislike. After all, Mr. Romney threatens his power base and that just won’t do!
To think we have thousands of young people, mostly black, who are incarcerated for using a little weed while Harry captured a million on a pay to play land deal. It stretches one’s patience in a serious way and we have little available to us except to laugh at the irony, and Reid’s invasion of intelligence out here in do-well, do-good, America. One of these days Reid, you’ll pay for your crimes and lies—one of these days, you’ll stand to be judged by our all-knowing God in heaven.
Harry Reid, the Democrat Senator of Nevada, the Majority leader of that house claims someone from Bain Capital called him about Mitt Romney’s tax returns. He said the caller told him that Mitt didn’t pay taxes each year of the years and more he was at the helm of Bain. He gives us the unnamed, supposed insider (who would know), as though the phantom caller was allowed to either see the returns or hear Mitt announce such a thing somehow, somewhere, in some venue where his personal taxes must have been the subject of an office conversation. The caller is a made up fancy straight out of the game’s playbook. A thing made up to pressure Mitt Romney to yield to a DNC demand so it can have the opportunity to find a tidbit of something that can be used against him is typical of the socialist party we must endure. Our prayer and hope is to defeat them and send them back to the hell of their minds from which they came. Don’t do it, Mr. Romney. Don’t do it. Now the high ground on this issue is yours. Harry is lying. Responding to a lie such as this would be in effect lending credibility to the words of an incredible shell, the corrupt, the mere tool of false narratives on behalf of the criminal DNC, which is Harry Reid of Nevada. He is only one of still many who take our money and enjoy the perks of high office. Harry Reid is one of many who do not deserve to occupy the place of representative, for he represents himself and his party only, not the Americans in his State.
If you want, release them after you win the election, Mr. Romney and prove he is the liar we know him to be. That would be fun. Do this Mr. Romney, even though being found to be corrupt and being found to be liars has never slowed democrats down or even cause a moment of an accelerated heart rate. I know. Meanwhile, Harry Reid of Nevada and fellow conspirators such as Boxer, Murray, Schumer, and other perennial idiots do nothing about debt, regulations, an administration overstepping its authority, taxes, and on and on it goes like a spinning wheel out of control, spinning to control us. It’s the election season after all and not one of them has the character and integrity to do honest work. For the sake of power, they do nothing but dishonestly parrot a socialist doctrine under guise of our general welfare, under the banner of justice, fairness, caring—those words that cause a normal human being to feel the release of endorphins in support because we do love and we do have ideals.
In the past, those who sold bottled up cure-alls were known as snake oil salesmen. Harry can give us the name of the caller who knows about Mr. Romney’s taxes so others can talk to him—right? No? Harry—when the caller is a phantom, it’s mighty hard to produce a name, isn’t it? Oh, joy! More dark political comedy comes from our hate-filled left! Hilarity usually ensues when a democrat opens its mouth from the darkness of the party’s soulless war for power—they actually expect people to take them seriously. Meanwhile thousands of young people are facing a challenge of life itself—with a criminal record, they have another large hurdle to interfere with their ability to earn a livelihood while the Reids of our country gather together in Charlotte to celebrate their Chicago hero of socialist greed for the top socialists.
Hunter Ayers, August 3, 2012