A number of politicians in Washington are beginning to question the sanity of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. His tirade yesterday calling Charles and David Koch "un-American," reminded MSNBC talk show host Joe Scarborough of how desperate Democrats are becoming before the November midterm elections.
MSNBC's "Morning Joe" reflected, "If my party said, 'Hey, this year we're going to go after George Soros and that guy that's going to spend $100 million on global warming,' I would say my party is so devoid of ideas and is so disconnected from America, they deserve to get absolutely blasted.”
Scarborough, a former congressman from Florida, said Wednesday on his show, "Harry Reid's lost his political mind. Can I ask what we would all be saying if Mitch McConnell called George Soros un-American from the Senate floor? If a Republican majority leader called George Soros un-American, I would be kicking him around this morning if he did that."
Sen. Reid criticized the Koch brothers for their donations to Republican causes. He didn’t cover their well-known philanthropy in medicine and the arts. The question becomes whether this sort of vicious attack a prominent a politician such as Harry Reid will fly with the American public.
Scarborough said, "Now he and the Democrats have decided the way they're going to win the midterm elections is not by spending money trying to get young people to sign up for Obamacare or bring jobs back to America. They're going to attack the Koch brothers. You think that's going to work?"
The MSNBC host added that many liberals would disagree with Reid’s 'strategy,' if that's was it is. "There are a lot of liberals in New York City that appreciate what the Koch brothers have done on cancer research, that appreciate what they've done with the Lincoln Center. What they've done with the arts. What they've done in their lives."
Who amongst Democrats can contain Harry Reid’s loose mouth?
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