I went saw a psychiatrist.  He examined me and said “I can tell you your problem right now.  You\’re crazy”  I said “I want a second opinion”.  He said “Ok, you\’re ugly too”:  Rodney Dangerfield

When Rodney Dangerfield told that story, people laughed.  He was a comedian and it was funny.  But Harry Reid is not (at any rate is not paid to be) a comedian.  And when he says things like that he is not funny.  He is pathetic.

Years ago – and more than once – Reid was nice enough to insult tourists who come to Washington D.C. in the summer on the grounds that they smell bad.  Since this might seem hard to believe (though the more you know about Reid and his seemingly endless supply of bizarre statements, the less hard it is), let me give you this link so you can see for yourself.

Well, now Majority Leader Reid has doubled down, and given us a second opinion of the common folk – you know, the ones who can\’t afford to live in the luxury condo at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel that Reid does, on a Senator\’s salary (how fast would this have been investigated by our wonderful “neutral” media if Reid were a Republican rather than a Democrat).  According to Senator Reid, they not only smell bad, but they are uneducated too.

Reid, in his infinite bizarreness, was referring to the supposed “surge” in ObamaCare enrollments which supposedly is taking place as the enrollment period supposedly comes to an end. 

(I say “supposedly” because given the continual lying of Reid and the Obama administration about ObamaCare, I am skeptical about this “surge”.  I have no need to be skeptical about the end of the enrollment period, though – that has already been pushed back, so we don\’t have to wonder if it is true; it isn\’t.)

Excerpted from Brendan Bordelon\’s article at dailycaller.com:

Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid denied any hiccups or delays in the Obamacare enrollment process, before blaming the obvious hiccups and delays on people “not educated on how to use the Internet.”

There are some people who are not like my grandchildren, who can handle everything so easy on the Internet,” Reid explained. “And these people need a little extra time. The example they gave is, a 63-year-old woman came in and said ‘I almost got it, [but] every time I was just about got there, it would cut me off.\'”

We have a lot of people just like this, through no fault of the Internet, but because people are not educated on how to use the Internet,” the senator concluded.

Is there a more pathetic U.S. Senator than Harry Reid? And is there a more pathetic press corps than our current one – which has no problem skewering (retired from political office) Sarah Palin or (about to be retired) Michele Bachmann on a second\’s notice…but gives a free pass to (current majority leader of the United States Senate) Harry Reid, as he makes one lunatic comment after the other, year after year?

And, yes, these are the same people who bristle at any mention of the possibility that they just might be biased – which caused me to have a couple of opinions about them that even Rodney Dangerfield might have held off on.

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