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Harry Reid: But for Me, We’d Be in a Worldwide Depression

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By Doug Powers  •  October 21, 2010 11:26 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Sharron Angle has more than once told Harry Reid to “man up,” but this is overdoing it just a bit. Yeah, he actually said it: “But for me, we’d be in a worldwide depression.”

If Harry Reid hadn’t agressively pursued his patriotic constitutional duty of spending as much money as possible, the world would be in a bread line as we speak.

Somehow acting as Barack Obama’s rubber stamp in adding as much new debt in less than two years — $3 trillion at last check — an amount that took from 1776 to 1990 to accumulate, saved the world.

Reid wants everybody to believe that he’s Bruce Willis in Armageddon, when in fact it’s now common knowledge that he’s been nothing but the asteroid for far too long. Nice try, Harry:

(h/t Breitbart via Drudge)

**Written by Doug Powers

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