Sen. Harry Reid explains difference between anarchists and Tea Party

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The bad news is that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid compared the Tea Party to anarchists today on the floor of the Senate. The good news: the Senate was debating sequestration cuts and not terrorism, so the comparison is not quite as offensive as it could have been. Reid even let the Tea Party off the hook for damaging buildings … directly.

So, how are Tea Party members like anarchists? Both groups want to get rid of the government, but the Tea Party is better at hiding it rather than being so openly violent about it. The bonus lesson: government is inherently good.

I think during this floor speech Reid has blamed fiscal problems on Bush, wars, republicans and the tea party. #bigsurprise

— Judd Deere (@JuddPDeere) April 23, 2013

.@senatorreid basically calling tea partiers anarchists on the Senate floor #tcot

— Megan Stiles (@meganstiles) April 23, 2013

Harry Reid, in talking abt sequester has now railed about GWB and moved to how the Tea Party has ruined the way Congress works. Never them.

— Txsleuth (@Txsleuth) April 23, 2013

Harry Reid sez Tea Party are anarchists who hide it by not being violent like most anarchists but their goal to get rid of govt is same.

— Txsleuth (@Txsleuth) April 23, 2013

Is Harry Reid seriously trying to compare the Tea Party to anarchists? Can you say desperate- grabbing at straws? Give me a break!!!

— Traci (@TxGal405) April 23, 2013

Reid apparently has the Tea Party on the brain today.

Reid on floor says House Republicans are refusing to take the budget to conference for “fear of a tea party revolt.”

— Ginger Gibson (@GingerGibson) April 23, 2013

We win “@gingergibson: Reid on floor says House Republicans are refusing to take the budget to conference for “fear of a tea party revolt.””

— SoDakda (@SoDakda) April 23, 2013

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