Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Pathetic: Dingy Harry Calls GOP Anti-American, Kerry Calls Wall Street Unpatriotic

Goodness, can these desperate Democrats sink any further into the gutter. On the losing side now of every issue, they're flailing about wildly, smearing Republicans and American businessmen with impunity now. I recall it wasn't long ago that is was bad form to question someone's patriotism and gutter politics to call someone un-American? Well, I guess those days are over. Funny how silent Bill Clinton is these days now that Republicans are being accused of being un-American. Isn't he concerned someone on the left might act out now and take all this hate speech as a cue?

First, there's Lerch, speaking of unpatriotic, lashing out at Wall Street.
Wall Street officials suffered from a "lack of patriotism" in their practices during the financial crisis, Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) said Wednesday.

Kerry, a senior Democrat in the Senate, suggested that Wall Street showed a disregard for the public good during the run up to the financial crisis in the fall of 2008.

"I think people really just sense that there's a lack of patriotism in it -- there's a lack of concern about the country," Kerry said on "Imus in the Morning" on the Fox Business Network. "It's just, 'Hey, let's just make our money and run. Devil be damned what the implications are.'"
So says the guy living off his rich wife.

Then we have the soon-to-be former Senator of Nevada whining like a little bitch because he can't break a filibuster.
Republicans efforts to block Wall Street reform are "anti-American," Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said today.

The GOP has successfully blocked Democratic efforts to begin debate on the bill.

"But all the talk of the Republicans about wanting to do something about this before it gets on the floor is really anti-Senate and anti-American," Reid told reporters.

"They keep stalling and they keep stalling," he added. "And it appears that they're more concerned about taking care of the fat cats on Wall Street than they are the people who aren't so fat, the people who have been hit so hard, the consumers of America."
Amazing how much money this hypocrite is taking from fat cats.

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