Lie to Congress, go to jail, Congress lies to public, its ok.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by ChkitOut, Aug 5, 2012.

  1. Harry Reid.

  2. Lucrum


    Yeah I've long thought that making lying to congress a crime is like handing out speeding tickets at the Indy 500.
  3. I never understood how Congress got the power to put citizens under oath.
    How unfair to be subpoenaed by Congress and to have no basic rights to discovery.
  4. Honestly , I don't think I could take them seriously.
  5. pspr


    It works the same way with the police and the FBI. Lie to them and go to jail but it's OK for them to lie to you to try and intrap you. We keep inching closer to the day we will have to do away with the overpowering governments and start from scratch in the United States.
  6. Reid should be forced to resign immediately. We can expect the Matthews, Olbermans, and Rathers of the world to just make shit up, but when a Senator goes to the floor and does it, that's another thing entirely. He is a disgrace to the office he holds.
    What Romney should be saying other rather than put up or shut up, is that on Jan. 20, 2013 he will demand Reid's resignation.
  7. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    Did I miss a specific news event or are we just talking about Reid's ability to consistently mislead everyone?
  8. Ricter


    It's a tactic, everyone knows that. Reid can take the heat, and in the meantime many wonder, "why doesn't Romney just release his tax returns, like other candidates have, and clear all this up?"
  9. Lucrum


    NOT everyone, mostly Obama stooges
    Substitute Obama for Romney and birth certificate for tax returns and you/they sound like the so called "birthers".
    #10     Aug 6, 2012