Reid charges from Senate floor ‘for all we know, Romney hasn’t paid taxes’

Reid charges from Senate floor ‘for all we know, Romney hasn’t paid taxes’!/EmilyMiller/status/248437599805505537

Did he reference some guy who told him a thing this time, too? Once again, Senator Reid is shamefully leveling scurrilous accusations against Mitt Romney. This time, from the Senate floor.

Sounds like @SenatorReid is back to politicking on the Senate floor. #classy

— Yo (@yo60640) September 19, 2012

Did Reid just repeat the business about Romney not paying any taxes? Seriously?

— David Freddoso (@freddoso) September 19, 2012

Yes, yes, he did. He did so in the midst of an absurd statement trying to capitalize on the media-hyped ‘secret’ Romney tape.

On Senate floor today, Majority Leader Harry Reid charged "Mitt Romney only wants to be President of half the United States of America."

— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) September 19, 2012

@markknoller Did @SenatorReid happen to mention when he might worry about passing a budget for the first time in four years?

— Snowed In (@snowed_in) September 19, 2012

Indeed. That didn’t stop Senator Reid from also taking to Twitter to further spew his baloney.

We've learned Mitt Romney only wants to be president of 1/2 the US: he wouldn't waste time worrying about the #47Percent he views as victims

— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) September 19, 2012

Yet the #47Percent are ordinary, hardworking Americans that deserve respect, and they pay a slew of other taxes

— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) September 19, 2012

They're retirees who paid into Social Security, parents struggling to put food on table, Americans w/disabilities, soldiers serving overseas

— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) September 19, 2012

Many of the #47Percent pay other taxes: state income, payroll, property & sales taxes. But in Mitt Romney's view, that's still not enough

— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) September 19, 2012

This rare look at the real Mitt Romney proves one thing: He's completely out of touch with average Americans

— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) September 19, 2012

Really, Senator? Well, these citizens think that you are the one who is out of touch. And, you know, a disgrace.

@SenatorReid Unlike those of us who live in Washington DC's Ritz-Carlton Hotel:

— Sean Geary Higgins (@SeanGHiggins) September 19, 2012

Senator Reid’s full comments are the epitome of disgraceful.

.@SenatorReid on #47percent comments (also includes Reid's new fav subject: Romney tax returns) via @aaronemyers

— Rebecca Katz (@RebeccaKKatz) September 19, 2012

Partial text of Senator Reid’s comments, as prepared, from Senate Democrats. Yes, they are actually promoting this garbage:

Whose taxes would Mitt Romney raise?

We know he wouldn’t raise taxes for millionaires and billionaires, or companies that ship jobs overseas.

If you’re a math teacher or a maid or a single mother, it won’t be Mitt Romney’s job to worry about you.

But if you’re a multi-millionaire, Mitt Romney won’t rest until you get a quarter million dollar tax cut.

For all we know, Mitt Romney could be one of those who have paid no federal income taxes.

Thousands of families making more than $1 million pay nothing in federal income taxes each year.

Is Mitt Romney among them?

We’ll never know, since he refuses to release tax returns / from the years before he was running for president.

Unbelievable. Read the whole thing; it’s absolutely ludicrous.

Reid uses time to regurgitate Democratic talking points, McConnell uses his time to talk about Aung San Suu Kyi #Choices

— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) September 19, 2012

RT @davidhauptmann: The Senate returns and Harry Reid's first topic? Mitt Romney. #priorities

— Byron York (@ByronYork) September 19, 2012

@SenatorReid Divide & Victimize.

— LoriGirl★μολών λαβέ (@conservtivemom) September 19, 2012

@SenatorReid is more than happy to express thoughts on Romney at any time .. except on the Senate floor. Isn't there other work to do, sir?

— Yo (@yo60640) September 19, 2012

Good use of time. MT @markknoller On Senate floor, Harry Reid charged "Romney only wants to be President of half United States of America."

— David Changas (@dchangas) September 19, 2012

@weeklystandard Harry "Pinky" Reid needs 2 PUT UP or SHUT UP! IF Reid has proof then show it. HOW DARE Reid us R Senate flr for his lies!

— 2Kozy Clutter (@2KozyClutter) September 19, 2012

Seriously Harry Reid? Seriously?!

— qs382 (@qs382) September 19, 2012

Twitter users also remind Senator Reid about the conspicuous silence regarding serious accusations leveled against Senator Reid by caring and concerned citizens. Remember, ‘for all we know,’ the pederast accusations must stand until disproven!

I know I've been waiting for another excuse to bring up Harry Reid's pederasty. #HarryReidIsaPederast

— S.M (@redsteeze) September 19, 2012

.@EmilyMiller for all we know, Harry Reid could be one of those who likes little boys. Has he answered that charge?

— J. Dubya G. (@JonWGee) September 19, 2012

Just a reminder, Reid has still offered no information to refute the rampant rumors he's a pedophile. #Truth

— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) September 19, 2012

For all we know, Harry Reid is a pederast. RT @EmilyMiller: Harry Reid AGAIN today on Senate floor: (cont)

— Lou West (@ACntrySngr) September 19, 2012

"For all we know", Harry Reid is still a pedarist… #caring

— qs382 (@qs382) September 19, 2012

Why the silence, Harry?

These Twitter users bring it all home.

@SenatorReid Why do you lie when you know "Thou shalt not lie" I think you know where that comes from.

— John Larson (@jslarson9) September 19, 2012

@SenatorReid And the average American promotes redistribution?

— Jason Martin (@jasonmartin03) September 19, 2012

@SenatorReid: HAHAHAHA! I suppose you think your " in touch" with Americans? Your an Assclown! Please stop your Jibber-Jabber!

— ⚡Ronin Warrior⚡ (@Liberty_Watch) September 19, 2012

@SenatorReid you are out of touch with reality.

— Chris Criner (@ChrisCriner) September 19, 2012

@SenatorReid A complete look at the President proves that he can beg for campaign dollars while Ambassador Stevens begged for his life!

— Susan Reaney (@SSReaney) September 19, 2012

Yes. Perhaps Senator Reid should be reading Twitchy? As we reported, President Obama shamefully hawked sweatshirts as the coffins of the four Americans killed in Libya arrived. And he squeed over Jay-Z while embassies burned.

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