Reid’s gaffe undercuts momentum

Pat McMahon Contributor
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It had been a good two weeks for Majority Leader Harry Reid, who used tough parliamentary tactics to push through the Senate three measures, all of which could be described as “jobs bills.”

Then Friday, he stepped on that message, taking to the Senate floor to praise that morning’s news that the economy shed 36,000 jobs in February as “really good.” What he meant was that the numbers were not as bad as expectations, but what he actually said earned a blaring red banner headline on the Drudge Report.

Full story: Reid’s gaffe undercuts momentum – Washington Times