Monday, June 7, 2010

Harry Reid gets an inconvenient question about SEIU stormtroopers

During a May 28th press conference, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was asked an inconvenient question by Kerry Picket.
During a press conference last Friday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, told reporters about a bipartisan amicus brief to the Supreme Court supporting the right of military families to bury the remains of their loved ones without being protested. I asked Mr. Reid if the same right to privacy should extend to private citizens whose homes are protested by public unions. Mr. Reid dodged the issue saying, "I don't know anything about lawns and Bank of America executives."



Harry Reid said he didn't know about the SEIU's organized, premeditated trampling of an individual's private property?

Yeah.

Okay.

Sure.

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