posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 08:43 PM
You know, it's hard to keep going with this when the man who started the whole mess recently said this:
“I’m a member of Congress now, I don’t make too much money,” said Reid, whose net worth was estimated at $10 million in 2010. “But
it’s all listed every year.”
Reid spokesman Adam Jentleson told POLITICO last week that the majority leader will not release his tax returns, writing: “He’s not running for
president. … He has of course released more than 30 years of detailed [personal finance disclosures]. There is exponentially more information
available to the public about Sen. Reid’s financial life than there is about Mitt
The thing I take from that is that one shouldn't ask of others what one will not do themselves.
The second thing is probably more important. Reid won't show his, either. Sure, he's "just a member of congress" (try calling him a Congressman
any OTHER time, by the way...why not Senator, Harry?) and this aww shucks routine is about as stupid as my son saying he didn't eat the ice cream
when he's still wearing part of it.
The thing is, Harry really has released 30 years of disclosures, as required by law. They all do while in Office. Have to. Yet...even with all that
out there. Isn't that funny, even he won't release the IRS documents. Just something a little personal about those, eh Harry? Just like Obama calls
so much I want to see, personal.