Scurrilous Harry

“I don’t think the burden should be on me,” Reid told Nevada reporters about proving his charge. “The burden should be on him. He’s the one I’ve alleged has not paid any taxes.” Reid has the judicial instincts of someone who might have enjoyed the legendary witch trials of hundreds of years ago when the accused were thrown into the water — and considered innocent only if they sank.

Reid’s alleged sources are ever-shifting. In the Huffington Post interview, it was one knowledgeable investor. On the Senate floor, it was a vague “the word is out.” To Nevada reporters, it was “a number of people.” Tomorrow it may be the queen of England, and the day after that H&R Block.

via Scurrilous Harry – Rich Lowry – National Review Online.

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