Reid’s Koch ob­ses­sion is just jeal­ousy

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Let me see if I get this. The most pow­er­ful man in the U.S. Se­nate, Ma­jor­ity Leader Harry Reid, is bash­ing the Koch broth­ers for us­ing their own money to dis­cuss pol­i­tics with as­so­ciates in pri­vate (“Harry Reid: Koch broth­ers are ‘a cult,’” Web, June 19). Mean­while, Mr. Reid is us­ing my tax money and se­cret funds from the world’s most vile Marx­ists to sup­port an ad­min­is­tra­tion more se­cre­tive than that of Josef Stalin. Have I got all that right?

Mr. Reid needs to start do­ing the job for which his Ne­vada con­stituents pay his enor­mous salary — that is, to bring to the Se­nate floor the 240 bills and count­ing that lie gath­er­ing dust on his sel­dom-used desk. Mr. Reid and the rest of his Demo­cratic Party bud­dies have be­come po­lit­i­cal re­runs of the Marx Broth­ers and the Three Stooges. They are ob­vi­ously jeal­ous of the Koch fam­ily and the Kochs’ abil­ity to be in­ven­tive en­trepreneur­s able to cre­ate jobs while Mr. Reid and his friends cre­ate poverty and ig­no­rance.

WIL­SON FARIS Gaithers­burg, Mary­land


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