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Dingy Harry Reid Gets His Own Urban Dictionary Entry
Friday, 10 August 2012 08:05
Written by The Loyal Opposition
After calling Mitt Romney a tax cheat whose deceased father would be embarrassed of, the dementia-stricken, adult bed wetting Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was awarded a gift: an Urban Dictionary definition. Blatantly lying and doing the Obama's campaign's dirty work, Harry Reid created a stir by calling Romney a tax cheat who hadn't paid taxes in 10 years, which a reliable, anonymous source told him, not a figment of his imagination. Reid hasn't revealed his source because there isn't one, but he continues his incoherent babbling.
Harry Reid now has a definition that truly fits his disgusting self, considering that he's using the power of the Senate to campaign for President Barack Hussein Obama. For those on Twitter, the definition isn't very surprising, as many in the conservative movement joined on the Harry Reid pederasty game. Oh, and for those that don't know what Urban Dictionary is, it's almost always inappropriate.
It's important that everyone views the definition because there are three of them, one of which is too vulgar to repeat on this site. They bring a new meaning to the man who lives in rooms with padded walls.
From the Daily Caller:
The high-stakes political battle between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has taken a new turn, and it’s as ugly as Jerry Sandusky’s future.
The Urban Dictionary, an fast-evolving online lexicon that promotes itself as “the dictionary you wrote,” has added a new definition of Reid that seems calculated to respond to the Nevada senator’s recent claims about Romney’s alleged federal income tax evasion.
“Harry Reid,” the dictionary now says, is defined as “[a]n unofficial rap sheet of alleged pederasty and sexual abuse of minors by anonymous sources that may not exist.”
The definition emerged, the dictionary notes, “after an explosion of reports surfaced online and on the airwaves, that [Reid] is a serial pederast. The outlets reporting the allegations all protected the anonymity of their sources, and no one knows if the allegations are true, but they’re out there. A spokesperson for Reid declined to deny them.”
It’s unknown who submitted the definition. The Urban Dictionary employs a panel of moderators who approve of reject new definitions, many of which hinge on pop-culture references.
Reid attracted criticism from conservatives after he told The Huffington Post on July 31 that an unnamed Bain Capital investor told him Romney “didn’t pay any taxes for 10 years.”
And speaking August 2 on the floor of the U.S. Senate, Reid doubled down. “The word is out that [Romney] has not paid any taxes for 10 years,” Reid declared. “Let him prove he has paid taxes, because he has not.”
Republicans’ complaints have largely centered on the anonymity of Reid’s source, which makes his allegation impossible to prove. The same phenomenon apparently applies to The Urban Dictionary’s anonymous, unsubstantiated claim — which is obviously false — that Reid himself is a “pederast,” or a man who has sexual relations with young boys.
The Internet meme that put the new Reid definition on the map originated within hours of Reid’s initial statement, when conservatives began to use the Twitter hash-tag “#HarryReidisaPederast.” At one point that evening, the hash-tag was the top trending item on Twitter in the United States.
“Some guy told me #HarryReidIsAPederast,” read one typical tweet. ”Not sure if its true, but I should probably just throw it out there and let the people decide.”
Harry Reid is a disgusting human being. He has completely degraded the Senate body solely for a political purpose. He's a liar, and his actions indicate he's hiding something very dirty in his closet, which we hope he doesn't share with Barney Frank. Dennis Miller made a great comment about this alleged pederast:
"He's one the stupidest human beings who still manages to stay upright."
The Loyal Opposition is a contributing editor for Habledash.