April 24, 2014
IBD Editorial on Harry Reid: 'From Cowboy Poets To Crooks and Terrorists'Topics: Political News and commentaries
Offered without comment ... it's so spot-on, none's needed!
Corruption: The senator who once guarded funding for a cowboy poetry festival in his home state now thinks those who stand in the way of his family's increasing fortunes for defending their land are domestic terrorists.Keep reading here ...
Cliven Bundy now finds himself being called a "domestic terrorist" for disputing the payment of grazing fees to a federal government he believes does not or at least should not own the 84% of Nevada that his cattle graze upon.
"Those people who hold themselves out to be patriots are not. They're nothing more than domestic terrorists," said Sen. Harry Reid last Thursday. "I repeat: What went on up there was domestic terrorism."
So, Maj. Nidal Hasan was merely guilty of "workplace violence" when he murdered 13 and wounded dozens more in a Ft. Hood rampage while shouting "Allahu Akhbar!" But, according to Reid, 67-year-old Nevada rancher Bundy is the real terrorist.
Rory Reid, Harry Reid's son, who represents a Chinese company that wants to build a solar farm in the pristine Nevada desert that is home to the allegedly endangered desert tortoise, thinks Bundy is also a crook for disputing who the grazing fees should be paid to.
Of course Rory had no problem when Dad's campaign cut checks of $5,417 and $11,370 to his granddaughter and Rory's daughter, Ryan Elisabeth, last October for "holiday gifts." As the New York Post reported, Reid's office told Las Vegas journalist Jon Ralston that Ryan Elisabeth was a campaign vendor, not his granddaughter. Reid's aides later said that the campaign bought items from her jewelry business for donors.
And how did Rory's dad reap a million-dollar profit on the sale of land he didn't own?
Very much related: Real Clear Politics - Harry Reid's Long, Steady Accretion of Power & Wealth
Posted by Hyscience at April 24, 2014 2:23 PM
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