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Outsiders Should Stay Out of It?

Posted by Dominic Rupprecht - October 26, 2008

Majority Leader Harry Reid just got on TV and said to John McCain "outsiders should stay out of it." "It" being the Senate. John McCain is a Senator, and personally, I'd like both Senator Obama and Senator McCain to do what I'm paying them to do: show up to their day job as a member of the US Senate.

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said on Sep 26 2008 at 9:10pm
Reid is a twit.


WMF said on Sep 27 2008 at 7:58pm
He also said that presidential politics shouldn't be interjected into the situation, yet before he finished three sentences he remarked on how Senator Obama's proposals had been added to the bill. Now just what game was he playing?