Talk about a stunning lack of self-awareness. Recently voted the most unpopular man in Washington, he’s actually got the balls to criticize Ted Cruz. Amusingly, when he slithers off into retirement, Cruz will be stronger than ever.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., dropped any sign of Senate decorum or collegial courtesy in his latest rant against Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.
Throughout the government shutdown battle, Reid repeatedly raged against “Tea Party anarchists” and “radical extremists” who were allegedly trying to take the “federal government and the economy hostage.”
But Reid went a step further Thursday in an interview with the Huffington Post, ruthlessly mocking the freshman senator from Texas.
“He is a laughing stock to everybody but him,” Reid said. “What has he accomplished other than raising some money for president?”
In two weeks he accomplished a lot more than this piece of shit has in three decades in DC.
The Senate majority leader suggested that Cruz had gone through life as an intellectual bully, but had finally met his match in the Senate where he lost.
“He is now in the Senate. People are as smart as he is. He can’t talk down to anyone anymore. But he has still not accepted that in his own head,” Reid said.
“He still thinks he’s smarter than everybody else. He might be able to work a calculus problem better than I can. But he can’t legislate better than I can,” Reid said.
Just keep talking, Dingy.