Saturday, September 14, 2013
Nevada Senator Reid Calls Critics Anarchists
Does Reid ever ask himself why people who don’t believe in government would bother to get themselves elected to Congress and show up to meetings on time? If they’re anarchists they’re really bad at it.
Harry Reid: The anarchists have taken over Congress!
By Doug Powers
September 12, 2013 12:51 PM
Published on Apr 24, 2013
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Tuesday equated the Tea Party to a non-violent "anarchist" group because, in his mind, Tea Partiers don't believe in any form of government. He was speaking about the sequester and other financial issues on the Senate floor. "We have a situation where this country has been driven by the Tea Party for the last number of years," Reid said. "When I was in school, I studied government and I learned about the anarchists. Now, they were different than the Tea Party because they were violent. But they were anarchists because they did not believe in government in any level and they acknowledged it. The Tea Party kind of hides that." Reid said Tea Party members don't do physically destructive things to buildings or people "directly" but they do everything they can to "throw a monkey wrench into any form of government." "Anything they can do to throw a monkey wrench into the wheels of government, they are happy to do that," he added.