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May 18 2009

Harry, Harry, Harry. Umm....Shut Your Noise Hole! The RNC may Abandon it's Socialist Resolution Plan. Don't Know Why Though, It Could Divide Their Party Even Further, & How Much Fun Would That Be?

(FoxNews) Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid botched statements on three subjects in one news conference -- including the fragile health of the chamber's most senior members.

You know, Harry, even the though the Dems are in power right now, they have enough to contend with without you making an ass of yourself. Stick to the script & keep your rhetoric to a minimum because clearly, you don't know what the hell you're talking about. Harry made a few gaffes that even Joe Biden &/or Sarah Palin would be proud of when asked to comment on the status of Sen. Ted Kennedy (D)-Mass., who was absent because he was receiving a new round of treatment for what has been diagnosed as incurable brain cancer. When asked if the cancer was in remission, Harry replied, "As far as I know, it is, yes." Kennedy's own people refused to make any kind of statement in response to Reid's comments, which everyone in Washington knows means, "You don't speak for us, you don't know what you're talking about, so *stfu & mind your own Goddamned business, Harry." Or something to that effect, anyway. But Harry wasn't finishing diagnosing senior house members, when asked about the condition of Sen. Robert Byrd (D)West Virginia, Reid speculated on Byrd's return with no real facts, saying he might come home Tuesday or possibly later in the week. This time, Byrd's office responded, "Senator Byrd is improving," said his Jesse Jacobs, Byrd's spokesman. "But his doctors, in consultation with his family, have not yet determined when he will be released." Way to go Harry Reid, M.D. You know, I have a suspicious mole on my leg, I was wondering if maybe you'd be able to take a look at it for me. I'd appreciate it. Then again, how smart is the reporter who asked if Kennedy's incurable brain cancer was in remission? That's pretty much the whole point of calling a particular form of cancer incurable, it may respond to some treatments to lessen it's effects or at the very least, make the patient more comfortable, but, unless you are an extremely wealthy person with the finest medical care @ your disposal; which Ted Kennedy happens to be, incurable means you are going to die very soon. Short of a major miracle or a misdiagnosis, which can in itself be a miracle, there is not going to be any remission. Most of the time, a misdiagnosis turns out to be even worse than the original diagnosis. Though, I am not a doctor, I could be wrong. There, Harry, was that so difficult? Byrd has emerged successfully from rumors regarding his deteriorating health several times by either making statements to the contrary or just showing up to vote when it was speculated he would be out. So, Harry, Sen. Byrd doesn't need you help either, thanks but no thanks.

Oh well, maybe Harry would fare better when it came to speaking about politics, clearly something he should be be well versed in. As it turns out, not so much. Reid seemed to have misunderstood his party's position on the Senate Dems joining congress in the withholding of funds Obama is asking for to close Gitmo until the President comes up wuth a better relocation plan for the prisoners. We will never allow terrorists to be released into the United States," he said. I've never heard that they were going to be released in the U.S. other than being transferred from Gitmo to some other prison. Thinking it was going to clarify his position Reid further commented, "Part of what we don't want is them be put in prisons in the United States, "We don't want them around the United States." When asked if asked if the Dems were put into an awkward position by asking for money without outlining how it would be spent, Reid commented, "Not @ all," which was contridicted by his deputy, Dick Durbin's response of, "Yes," when asked the same question. 3 for 3 Harry, perhaps you should adapt Sen. Kennedy's office stance of no comment in these situations where you have the potential to stick your foot in your mouth or your head up your ass. Do you party & the rest of us a favor, because, frankly, you're not helping.

OXON HILL, Maryland (CNN) — Members of the Republican National Committee appear to have reached a compromise that would let GOP leaders avoid a possible dispute over a controversial resolution that calls on Democrats to re-name their party the "Democrat Socialist party."

RNC President Michael Steele of all people has spoken out strongly against the resolution saying that is "not an appropriate way to express our views on the issues of the day." Florida GOP chairman Jim Greer said the resolution is "stupid" & "ridiculous." But one of the resolution's sponsors, David Norcross, said they were re working the language to make everyone more receptive to the idea. (CNN) He (Norcross) said that as of Tuesday afternoon, the chairman of the RNC Standing Committee on Resolutions had changed the language to "condemn the Democrats' march to socialism" instead of "talking about the 'Democrat Socialist' party." The change was made, Norcross said, so that members "wouldn't have to fight about it, and I think everybody agreed." Wisconsin GOP chairman Reince Priebus, another Steele ally, expressed confidence the proposal will be tweaked in the resolution committee, and that it should pass without issue. "My prediction is that things are going to be very smooth tomorrow," Priebus said. "But at the end of the day, it's up the resolutions committee." Well, I'm sure that's a load off of everyone's minds to know that it's going to go smoothly. Why not change it to the Sociocrats or maybe the Democialists? That would be equally clever. On the other hand, perhaps they should start trying to piece their clearly broken party back together instead of trying to tear down another one. It's no wonder it's all falling apart for those assholes, who even though they say, they are in favor of smaller government, want to stick their noses somewhere that it doesn't belong...again. If they're successful, then they'll have to live with the fact that they were beaten by what are socialists in their eyes, by a freakin' landslide! Keep sucking on that, Rush. While they're @ it, why not pass a resolution to call the Republican party the Hitlerepublicans or Fasciblicans? Because if you're going to bog yourself down with semantics due to the fact that you don't feel the Democratic party is calling themselves what they are, then perhaps the Republicans should follow suit. I have an idea, & I believe I can speak on behalf of the Democrat party (& I'm not really even a Democrat!) when I say, you change the name of your party to the Fasciblicans & you can call them the Democrat Socialist party until all the cows come home to roost....& beyond! & remember, thanks to CSPAN, the resolution will be televised.

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