Just last year, in the lead up to the 2012 Presidential election, Harry Reid walked onto the floor of the Senate and accused Republican candidate Mitt Romney of committing a federal crime. Did Reid offer any proof? No. He gave a wink and a smile and implied that this was some kind of open secret that everyone simply accepted.
As I said before, I was told by an extremely credible source that Romney has not paid taxes for ten years. People who make as much money as Mitt Romney have many tricks at their disposal to avoid paying taxes. We already know that Romney has exploited many of these loopholes, stashing his money in secret, overseas accounts in places like Switzerland and the Cayman Islands.
This eventually led to the internet driven speculation that Harry Reid might actually be a pederast as some were accusing. Using the same level of evidentiary proof that Reid was supplying against Romney, many on the web decided that Reid was likely guilty of the accused crimes. (Not a fun game, is it Mr. Reid?)
Harry Reid just can’t stop lying – he loves it.
In fact he just got caught telling even more whoppers.
Last month he had the audacity to claim that ALL of the Obamacare horror stories that were being circulated were lies that the GOP was telling to score political points. (See? He can’t help it. He’s constantly lying.)
“Despite all that good news, there’s plenty of horror stories being told,” Reid said on the Senate floor. “All of them are untrue, but they’re being told all over America.”
Now, Reid is actually lying about this lie. Let that sink in… he’s lying about lying.
He took to the Senate floor this week because he was upset that some Republicans kept saying that Reid called the Obamacare horror stories “lies.” He rose to defend himself against these wild accusations!
“I have never come to the floor, to my recollection, I’ve never said a word about examples that Republicans have given regarding ObamaCare and how it’s not very good.”
Luckily we’ve developed some new-fangled technology that allows us to record things for future playback…
“Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” – Sir Walter Scott
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