(VIDEO) HARRY REID’S ONE SPITEFUL LITTLE MAN: Justifies lying about Romney’s taxes by saying, “He didn’t win, did he?” and ran in 2012 because he wouldn’t “want to let the bastards beat me”

Who knew Harry Reid was such a pr*ck? Hummm, I think we all knew but he’s not holding back on justifying the BIG lie he told about Romney during the 2012 election. He’s proven himself to be a very spiteful a$$hole too. Good riddance to the crook and liar who’s also proven himself to be a spiteful little man…pitiful.

There are two constants about Harry Reid that have stuck with him since he was a tough young man, taught to box by a manager named Spike: Never be a quitter and never look back.

So when the Senate Democratic Leader surprised the political world late last week, announcing he would hang up his political gloves at the end of his fifth term, he made clear that it wasn’t his health or fear of electoral defeat that led him to step aside. And he sure didn’t offer any regrets about the many political scrapes and tussles he started — and survived — during his lengthy and illustrious career.

That toughness was on display in an exclusive television interview with CNN chief congressional correspondent Dana Bash, when the man who was Senate majority leader for the last eight years said he and his wife, Landra, considered quitting politics seven years ago but decided to stay to spite a newspaper that was pushing for him to leave.

“Frankly, one newspaper here in Nevada kept beating up on me and I said, ‘I’m not going to let the bastards beat me,’ and so I decided to run a last time,” Reid said.

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