Integrity and All’s Fair

He bragged in a CNN interview about his slander of Mitt Romney, calling Romney a tax cheat while knowing he had no evidence to back that accusation.

Dana Bash: So, no regrets. About Mitt Romney, about the Koch brothers. Some people have even called it McCarthyite.

Harry Reid: Well, they call it whatever they want. Romney didn’t win, did he?

The problem here is not Reid’s behavior or his pride in his slandering. We’ve known the depths of Reid’s fundamental dishonesty for years.

The problem is in his Democratic Party. No Democrat in the Senate, no Democrat in the House, no Democrat in the Democratic Party leadership, no member of the Democratic Party’s rank and file has spoken out against Reid’s behavior. All those Democrats—every single one of them—condone with their silence his dishonesty.

Remember this in 2016.

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