Should Harry Reid face ethics charges?
harry Reid, on the floor of the U.S. Senate, said he knew from credible unnamed sources that Mitt Romney had not paid taxes in the last 10 years. Now we find out that was a complete lie.
Do you think Harry Reid should face ethics charges, or at the very least apologize?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Yes, but Reid is above the law just like Holder & other democrats who should be in jail, but do not even get a slap on the wrist.
- Atheist ChuckLv 68 years ago
The president of the moron church has a direct line to the imaginary dude in the sky. He let Harry know what he was sinning and would lose his planet if he tattled on the elder's inside information. Meanwhile, back in Salt Lake City...
- smsmith500Lv 78 years ago
At the very least he owes Romney an apology. I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for it tho.
- Nick DangerLv 78 years ago
Ethics? Senate? I'm not used to seeing those words so close together.
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- DynaFlowHumLv 78 years ago
Democrats are supposed to lie. It is expected of themSource(s): Lane Stream Media
- JacaraLv 78 years ago
Would have to have the evidence over the last 10 years, however Mitt won't do that so its a stalemate.
- wider scopeLv 78 years ago
Definitely. Without a doubt. Absolutely.
And, you can tell him I said so.
- Anonymous8 years ago
If lying was a crime everyone in Congress would be in jail.
- midnyteryder1961Lv 78 years ago
My favorite way to reach across the aisle... handing a subpoena.
- 8 years ago
Legislators have immunity for anything they say on the floor.