Finally, A Man Harry Reid Can Respect

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Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid calls Robert Byrd "this unusually brilliant man."

Well, that's a change of tune. Consider what Harry the Insult Comic Senator has had to say about a number of other distinguished public servants:

Reid on Justice Clarence Thomas:

I think that he has been an embarrassment to the Supreme Court. I think that his opinions are poorly written. I just don't think that he's done a good job as a Supreme Court justice.

Reid on General Peter Pace:

Pace is also a yes-man for the President. I told him to his face, I laid it out last time he came in to see me. I told him what an incompetent man I thought he was.

Reid on General David Petraeus (here and here):

I don't believe him. . . isn't in touch with what's going on in Baghdad.

Reid on President Bush: "a loser" and "a liar"

Reid on Alan Greenspan: "one of the biggest political hacks we have here in Washington."

Reid on Bill Frist: "no institutional integrity"

Given the company, I'm quite certain I'd rather be criticized by Senator Reid.


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previous member of the KKK...

I wonder if the media outcry will be the same this time...

One nation, in the courtrooms, with litigiousness and judicial activism for all.

 
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