Harry Reid: The Most Incoherent Politician?

I’m convinced he has dementia, and I’ve said it many times.  I’ve never seen a politician say one thing, then say the opposite as frequently as Reid does.

I won’t rehash my personal battles with him on the radio in this post.

Obama recently walked out of a meeting on the debt. Dems called it overblown, and instead described him as “impassioned.”  When Eric Cantor walked out of another meeting, Reid called him “childish.”


This takes me back to 2007 when Reid said he wouldn’t get into a name calling match with Dick Cheney, and then he promptly called Cheney an “attack dog.

Reid’s double-standards have always been staggering.  Then again, he did have a stroke that was covered up for a time.


Posted on July 14, 2011, in Dumbassery, Politics and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Democratic sources dispute Cantor’s version of Obama’s walk out, but all sides agree that the two had a blow up. The sources described Obama as “impassioned” but said he didn’t exactly storm out of the room.

    “Cantor’s account of tonight’s meeting is completely overblown. For someone who knows how to walk out of a meeting, you’d think he’d know it when he saw it,” a Democratic aide said. “Cantor rudely interrupted the president three times to advocate for short-term debt ceiling increases while the president was wrapping the meeting. This is just more juvenile behavior from him and Boehner needs to rein him in, and let the grown-ups get to work.”