More Shamelessness From Harry “No Budget” Reid

Sadly, my family lost one of our own yesterday in the accident at Hawthorne. A brave young man who served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. While I wish to hold politicians accountable for their words and actions regarding this tragedy, I do not want to overly politicize or even publicize my thoughts out of respect for his Mother, Father and immediately family (he was a cousin).

This blog, courtesy of John Galt/ is an excellent summary of the event, as well as Harry Reid’s despicable politicization of the event.

Allahpundit also shares his take on the events over at Hot Air.









” Think the desperate Democrats trying to punish America for daring to inflict a two-percent reduction upon their spending plans couldn’t sink any lower?  Think again.

On Monday, a 60mm mortar exploded during live-fire training at Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada, killing seven Marines and wounding several others.  Fox News reports the Corps is investigating the cause of the explosion:

The Marines immediately issued an indefinite moratorium on firing of all such mortars worldwide until an investigation clears as safe the type of weapon and ammunition in the tragedy. The moratorium could last for weeks or months.”


Reid plays politics with tragedy :


” Mr. President, it’s very important we continue training our military, so important.But one of the things in sequester is we cut back in training and maintenance. That’s the way…

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3 thoughts on “More Shamelessness From Harry “No Budget” Reid

  1. My sincere sympathies. You would think for once the ratbastid could apologize. No, they denied he did it, when he made repeated attempts to politicize it. (and the denial didn’t even come from him but his staff. For the leader of the US Senate to utter such crap is disgusting — I would have said shameful but he clearly has no shame or conscience.

    • Thank you for you kind words. And yes, disgusting is a good way to describe those guttersnipes on the left who have taken the “let no good crises go to waste” philosophy to heart. Having this hit so close to home, I can only imagine how it must be for the families of those killed in Benghazi or Fast and Furious, where the politicization is off the charts.

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