Friday, August 22, 2008

In Their Own Words

Evidently, Nevada Senator Harry Reid "can't stand John McCain". This revelation comes to us courtesy of the Las Vegas Review-Journal:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., defended Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman on Wednesday after the former Democratic vice presidential nominee accepted a speaking slot at next month's Republican convention in Minnesota.

"He has a close personal relationship with John McCain. I don't fully understand why he does," said Reid, who said Lieberman called Tuesday from the Republic of Georgia to alert him to the move.

"I told him last night, 'You know, Joe, I can't stand John McCain.' He said, 'I know you feel that way,' " Reid said.


This is the same Reid who said in 2002 that President Bush was approaching the Iraq situation in the right fashion and voted to authorize the use of force; the same one that later told us the war was lost.

So who really knows how Harry Reid feels at this juncture. He has turned out to be one of the biggest liars in the history of the US Senate.

But there are some Democrats that like and respect John McCain:



What a world we live in.

2 comments:

Greg said...

What an awesome quote of Hillary! LOL!

McCain's campaign ads are all highly entertaining. Nobama's are LAME.

LASunsett said...

//McCain's campaign ads are all highly entertaining. Nobama's are LAME.//

Funny always sells better than gloom and doom. That's all I have heard from Obama's camp, how Bush and McCain are responsible for all the ills of the world right now. The ads that have been played in Indiana have been on how many people are worried. Not suffering. mind you, but worried (and concerned). (Of course you know they splice clips to make McCain look like he doesn't believe people have reasons to be concerned.)