Tag: Harry Reid

The Delivery Presents – Is Four Podcasts a "-palooza" or an "-o'rama"?

The Delivery Presents – Is Four Podcasts a "-palooza" or an "-o'rama"?

| August 19, 2012 | Reply

You have ears and I have a whole lot of podcast to pour into them, so gather ’round the computer speakers, folks! I won’t give you long summaries of Episode 158 and Episode 159, except to say that the topics range from Harry Reid’s outrageous lies to the Curiosity Rover and my string of podcasts […]

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My Goodness, Harry Reid's Unicorns Are Truly Magical!

My Goodness, Harry Reid's Unicorns Are Truly Magical!

| December 26, 2011 | 2 Replies

I apologize for the return of Harry Reid’s glowering mug on the front page, but someone delivered a smackdown of Reid’s egregious “unicorn” statement so thorough that it’s worth staring at Reid to get it.

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The Delivery Presents – A Very Weasely Christmas!

The Delivery Presents – A Very Weasely Christmas!

| December 16, 2011 | 1 Reply

It’s Christmas, the time of miracles and partisan wrangling over taxes! Okay, it’s not all bad. I dropped a musical treat in the second half and reviewed a couple cool things, so enjoy!

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Santa Claus, The Tooth Fairy, and Millionaires Who Hire People: Harry Reid's Mythical Trifecta

Santa Claus, The Tooth Fairy, and Millionaires Who Hire People: Harry Reid's Mythical Trifecta

| December 12, 2011 | 1 Reply

It’s been a while since Senator Harry Reid (D – Under the Nearest Bridge) flat-out lost his mind, but today, he erupted with a tirade against Republicans and “the rich” that ought to disqualify him from holding a job more complex than dishwasher ever again. Here’s what he said: The Republicans say the richest of […]

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Harry's Newest Obsession is a Man Named Grover

Harry's Newest Obsession is a Man Named Grover

| November 17, 2011 | 3 Replies

Harry Reid hates Grover Norquist. A lot. If you’re not a political junkie, you’ve probably not heard of Norquist nor the group he heads called Americans for Tax Reform. ATR has a pretty simple goal — a simpler, lower, more fair tax code — and one of its tools is a pledge it asks candidates […]

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The Mendacious Harry Reid Kills a Debt Ceiling Deal, Goes on Vacation

The Mendacious Harry Reid Kills a Debt Ceiling Deal, Goes on Vacation

| July 22, 2011 | 19 Replies

Senate Democrat Harry Reid, whose party controls all the scheduling for the Senate, had this to say yesterday: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Thursday said House Republicans’ pending “cut, cap and balance” proposal is among the worst pieces of legislation to appear on the floor in Senate history. … “I think this piece […]

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Harry Reid: Champion of the Common Man, Assuming the Common Man's a Lobbyist with Bags of Cash

Harry Reid: Champion of the Common Man, Assuming the Common Man's a Lobbyist with Bags of Cash

| June 1, 2011 | Reply

It is an article of faith that the Republicans are the Party of the Rich Lobbyist, but that turns out not to be so much the truth. Open Secrets took a look at who got the most lobbyist cash over the two-year period of 2009-2010 and, let’s just the if Michael Buffer has announced the […]

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We Can Handle the Deficit, but We’ll Have to Do It Over Harry Reid’s Political Hide.

We Can Handle the Deficit, but We’ll Have to Do It Over Harry Reid’s Political Hide.

| January 28, 2011 | 1 Reply

Megan McArdle is not at all pleased with the latest debt numbers. “Grim” doesn’t seem to be a terrifying enough word to describe the budget outlook that the CBO released Wednesday.  Oh, sure, we sort of knew this was coming–tax cuts are expensive if you don’t find spending cuts to match.  And yet the numbers […]

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We Can Handle the Deficit, but We'll Have to Do It Over Harry Reid's Political Hide.

We Can Handle the Deficit, but We'll Have to Do It Over Harry Reid's Political Hide.

| January 28, 2011 | 1 Reply

Megan McArdle is not at all pleased with the latest debt numbers. “Grim” doesn’t seem to be a terrifying enough word to describe the budget outlook that the CBO released Wednesday.  Oh, sure, we sort of knew this was coming–tax cuts are expensive if you don’t find spending cuts to match.  And yet the numbers […]

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Two Greatest Living Americans? Batman and Elvis!

Two Greatest Living Americans? Batman and Elvis!

| October 9, 2010 | Reply

If someone asked you to name the greatest living American, whose name would come to mind? I admit, I can’t think of just one right off the bat. I might name Billy Graham, Lance Armstrong, Wynton Marsalis, Bill Gates, or perhaps Normal Borlaug or Martin Scorscese. It’s a tough question — there are certainly many […]

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