Harry Reid: “I am not a criminal. I am not a scoundrel.”

Kind of reminds me of Nixon’s infamous “I am not a crook” line. Via Politico:

“When I read this yesterday, I thought, no one likes to be called a villain,” Reid said, reading aloud definitions of the word that mean “uncouth,” “scoundrel” or “criminal.” “I am not a criminal. I am not a scoundrel. So they better get a different definition of me.”

If you find it necessary to deny you’re a criminal, odds are you probably are one.

 



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