Most Americans have now heard about Senate Majority Leader Reid's outrageous, racially charged comments about King Obama. What most American's don't know is that this is the kind of behavior we have come to expect from him. Liberals in Washington have overlooked, covered for, and glossed over Harry Reid's behavior because they need his power for their radical, left-wing agenda. The double standard that liberals so often apply is taken to new heights for their leader. Besides the latest racial comments about King Obama, Reid compared opponents of his government take-over of health care to supporters of slavery, called tea party activists "evil-mongers," and even said taxpayers visiting the U.S. Capitol "smell." In 2007, with our soldiers and troops in harms way, Harry Reid said the surge in Iraq would "fail" and that the war was "lost." Harry Reid doesn't respect the American people. His words but more importantly his actions prove it. It is time to kick Harry Reid out of the Senate.
If Harry Reid respected the American people he would allow the C-Span cameras in to let us see the strong-arming, bribing, and deal-making necessary to force passage of his government take-over of health care. If Harry Reid respected the American people he would actually hold town hall meetings to hear from taxpayers and answer our questions. If Harry Reid respected America's taxpayers he would apologize to every one of us who has attended a tea party rally or town hall meeting for calling us "evil-mongers." We know Harry Reid won't do any of those things though. For him, the power he covets so much isn't derived from the American people, it's derived from the liberal special-interests that helped make him the Democrat's Senate Majority Leader. Despite Reid's entrenched liberal Washington allies, we can and will kick him out of the U.S. Senate.