Story
Buzz
Gallery
B U Z Z G A L L E R Y
Buzz
all top
user image
PressTV: Israel in urgent need of more US money for war on Gaza: Harry Reid http://t.co/k8aTx6jJmR via @wordpressdotcom
Retweet
user image
PressTV: Israel in urgent need of more US money for war on Gaza :( Harry Reid http://t.co/11J9TMRpeV via @wordpressdotcom
Retweet
user image
#FixTheHouse retire Harry Reid so House Bills can be brought to vote in the Senate.
Retweet
user image
Netanyahu wants to continue on the war in Gaza. & Harry Reid says, Israel in urgent need of more US money for war on Gaza.
Retweet
user image
#DEMS join @SenatorReid @SenSanders in exposing #KochBros strategy to control our govt to advance their financial empire!!! #DontBuyKoch
Retweet
user image
It's 5:45 PM EDT on Monday 28 July 2014 and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hasn't yet proven he is not a pederast.
Retweet
user image
@SenatorReid You blocked Jobs Bills, so @SpeakerBoehner blocks #RenewUI, 2 wrongs don't make a right, so attach a Jobs Bill to #RenewUI.
Retweet
user image
It's 5:30 PM EDT on Monday 28 July 2014 and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid hasn't yet proven he is not a pederast.
Retweet
user image
SHOCKER! Senate Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid defends the state of Israel against Hamas http://t.co/7lkIKtrgmZ
Retweet
user image
I wish Harry Reid and Company would stop asking me for fucking money...
Retweet
Story
POLITICO
·

Summary A wide cross section of the Senate Democratic Caucus said in interviews that they are willing to back Reid as either majority or minority leader in the next Congress -- no matter how controversial the Nevada Democrat has become as part of the furious battle for control of the chamber this fall. "We all share in success, we all share in the failures; we're a team. But Harry Reid has tremendous respect of members of our caucus. ... I don't believe that he would be challenged in our party for leadership until he's ready to step aside." The Democratic consensus shows how high the stakes are this year, with voters going to the polls in states from West Virginia to Montana -- but effectively deciding whether to stay the course with Reid or elevate Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell if he survives his own reelection challenge in Kentucky.

Related Stories

Gallery