Despicable democRATs: Reid and Dodd

I had the unfortunate experience of watching Harry Reid and Chris Dodd's press conference this morning. Harry Reid is one of the most despicable human beings I've ever seen. You see, how you know in your gut when you meet someone the first time, that person is a sleazy, slime ball who cannot be trusted? That's who Harry Reid is. He was lying through his teeth. It was despicable how he tried to prop up the idiot Obama as the one who laid out the bail-out plan, and blamed John McCain for injecting "presidential politics' while playing filthy politics all the while.

You see folks, like John McCain, most of us strive to be honest, decent human beings first. Despicable deomocRATs like Reid and Dodd cannot even spell the words honesty, decency and honor. All they care about themselves and their political power. They would lie, cheat, deceive, pretty much do anything to keep or get that political power. That's why McCain campaign's theme of "Country First" is so foreign to these slime balls.

Statement By McCain Campaign On Negotiations

"John McCain's decision to suspend his campaign was made in the hopes that politics could be set aside to address our economic crisis.

"In response, Americans saw a familiar spectacle in Washington. At a moment of crisis that threatened the economic security of American families, Washington played the blame game rather than work together to find a solution that would avert a collapse of financial markets without squandering hundreds of billions of taxpayers' money to bailout bankers and brokers who bet their fortunes on unsafe lending practices.

"Both parties in both houses of Congress and the administration needed to come together to find a solution that would deserve the trust of the American people. And while there were attempts to do that, much of yesterday was spent fighting over who would get the credit for a deal and who would get the blame for failure. There was no deal or offer yesterday that had a majority of support in Congress. There was no deal yesterday that included adequate protections for the taxpayers. It is not enough to cut deals behind closed doors and then try to force it on the rest of Congress -- especially when it amounts to thousands of dollars for every American family.

"The difference between Barack Obama and John McCain was apparent during the White House meeting yesterday where Barack Obama's priority was political posturing in his opening monologue defending the package as it stands. John McCain listened to all sides so he could help focus the debate on finding a bipartisan resolution that is in the interest of taxpayers and homeowners. The Democratic interests stood together in opposition to an agreement that would accommodate additional taxpayer protections.

"Senator McCain has spent the morning talking to members of the Administration, members of the Senate, and members of the House. He is optimistic that there has been significant progress toward a bipartisan agreement now that there is a framework for all parties to be represented in negotiations, including Representative Blunt as a designated negotiator for House Republicans. The McCain campaign is resuming all activities and the Senator will travel to the debate this afternoon. Following the debate, he will return to Washington to ensure that all voices and interests are represented in the final agreement, especially those of taxpayers and homeowners."