Friday, April 1, 2011

We're Supposed to Find Common Ground with This?

The Tea Party represents a large portion of the American population, and yet Harry Reid--the Democratic Senate Majority Leader--speaks of this large portion of America with absolute contempt:

"Fifty percent of the American people don't want anything to do with the Tea Party,” explained Reid. “Only a small percentage identify with the Tea Party. And the interesting thing, and I think the important thing to the country, is that the Tea Party's unpopularity continues to grow because the American people see how unreasonable they are.”
And if reading this latest example of what the Democratic Party thinks of freedom-loving Americans doesn't anger you enough, compare and contrast it with the way the Democrats treat and speak of Islamic terrorists and other enemies of America. I have no common ground with Reid, the Democrats, or any other leftist.

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