It's Come to This… Harry Reid: "My Manhood Has Never Been in Question"
Face it, Harry… “This war is lost.”
When you start defending your manhood you know you’re off message.
Harry Reid is now defending himself and his manhood in the last week before the election.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) fired back at GOP challenger Sharron Angle on Saturday for saying during their debate earlier this month that he should “man up.”
“This is what her and her kind all around this country are using, this is part of the talking points of the right-wing Republicans,” Reid said in an interview on CNN.
“But, you know, that’s one thing I’ve never had to prove, whether it was in the street or the ring or in the Senate,” the onetime boxer said. “My manhood has never been in question.”
Reid said Angle was “desperate” in the final days of the campaign, including by airing an ad hitting at Reid for his D.C. condominium.
He also brushed off the assertion that a campaign stop by first lady Michelle Obama the day before the election indicates that his campaign is in “deep trouble.”
“I don’t think they think I’m in deep trouble. They know where the numbers are just like I do,” Reid said, noting Angle brought in “outsiders” such as Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Newt Gingrich to help her campaign.
He’s defending his manhood.
And to think, they called Sharron Angle the stupid one.