Vote wrong once, shame on you. Vote wrong twice, you're probably the Senate Majority Leader of the most corrupt, inept, ham-fisted congress in a generation.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid mistakenly called out "no" Thursday when asked for his vote on the health care reconciliation bill, setting the chamber howling with laughter.
Reid voted the wrong way when the clerk called for his vote, realized his error and quickly changed his vote to "yes."
"He did it again," someone said amid laughter.
Reid, who spent months persuading fellow senators to vote "yes" on President Obama's top domestic priority, made the same mistake December 24 when voting on the original health care bill.
To make things even better (we just say "worse"), Reid touts the new health care legislation as a "new bill of rights." Hmmm...now where have I heard that type of "2nd Bill of Rights" rhetoric before?
Perfect. But don't worry: President Obama taught Constitutional Law in Chicago (while making sure all adjacent communities were thoroughly organized), so why should we expect him and the current Democrats running things in D.C. to know the first thing about the Constitution?
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