What does a bully do when his bullying doesn’t work? What does he do when someone stands up to him? He calls the other guy a bully.
Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid attacked Sen. Ted Cruz Monday for opposing Reid’s efforts to appoint members to a House-Senate conference to resolve differences in the two chambers’ budget resolution…
“My friend from Texas, like the schoolyard bully, he pushes everybody around and is losing,” Reid said. “And instead of playing the game according to the rules, he not only takes the ball home with him but changes the rules. That way no one wins except the bully who tries who indicate to people he has won…”
Poor Harry. Don’t you feel bad for him? He’s not at all pathetic.
He’s even whining about it on Twitter:
I want a budget compromise. Ever had to face a schoolyard bully who tries to change the rules after losing? Me too. youtu.be/4wWGaON_0Y0
— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) May 7, 2013
Remember: Harry Reid wanted you to see that.
Hang in there, Harry. They can only hurt you if you let them.
Update: The bully just keeps on hurting Harry’s feelings.