Here's the deal ... I'm going to pass you onto Hotair for the story because they've done it well. I would like to add a couple of things onto their list pointing out Reid's hypocrisy.
- Reid LIED about the "Measuring Stability and Security in Iraq" report.
- This father of a deceased soldier is super pissed at Reid.
- This Marine has responded to Reid's comments degrading the military.
- Reid said the war was "lost." Were Reid's comments treasonous?
- These veterans rip Reid apart ... to his face.
- And let's not forget that MoveOn.Org has just attacked a real soldier, and Reid refused to demand an apology from them. He also refused to pledge his support for the troops, and condemn anyone who attacked the honor and integrity of any member of the United States Armed Forces.
It's ok for Reid and his money-machine to attack real soldiers for political gain, but it isn't ok for Rush to attack fake soldiers who've never served?
I called Reid's Las Vegas office just before writing this. I was put on hold, and it sounded like they were busy. It's pretty common for Nevadans to inundate Reid's office after he says stupid things.
They came back on the line and asked how they could help me. I identified myself immediately so they knew who I was, and said I was calling about Reid asking for Rush to apologize. Immediately, the tone of the other guys voice changed to a "not again" defeated, disconnected demeanor.
To which I replied by saying:
"This is a joke isn't it?"
To my surprise he said:
Clearly he didn't mean to, but it shows how he became a non-thinking robot once he knew I wasn't on his side. He then tried to speak over me, and was trying to say that he would pass it along. I interrupted him though, and was able to get out what I wanted to say.
"You do realize that Rush was talking about Jesse MacBeth ... who was a fake soldier who never served?"
He then responded by saying that he would:
"Relay my concerns to the senator."
Then we hung up.