Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Harry Reid, When He's Faced With Being Out of Work, Tends to Become Abusive

In discussing Joy Behar's response to a Sharron Angle ad, Katrina Trinko at The Corner points this out:

Think Behar’s just an honestly outraged citizen, not a partisan hack? Think again: what makes her bias evident is the fact that she doesn’t comment on the ads Reid has run against Angle — ads that depict Angle as a creep who supports wife beaters and sex offenders. “Sharron Angle voted to protect sex offenders,” is the message of one Reid commercial. The message of another Reid spot? “Sharron Angle sided with the [domestic violence] abuser, not the abused.”

Wait. What?

It was Reid who made a not-so-subtle reference to the domestic violence problems that await should he lose the election.

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1 comment:

  1. BLOCKBUSTER news out of Nevada as an unknown jumps into the lead for U.S. senate race - SHOCKING news at:

    Peace! :-)