Let it be known that Harry Reid never met a racial stereotype that he didn’t like.
The geriatric Democrat spoke to the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce yesterday and made two uncouth remarks in regards to his audience’s ethnicity in a speech recorded by America Rising and reported on by Time.
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While the Chamber of Commerce laughed politely at the gray-haired senator, they returned the courtesy by instead endorsing Republican Mark Hutchison for lieutenant governor rather than Reid’s Democratic choice, Lucy Flores, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Hutchison is the choice of Nevada’s Gov. Brian Sandoval (R.), who is a possible 2016 senate challenger to Reid’s seat. Sandoval is leading Reid by 10 points in a Harper Polling survey.
The along in years senate majority leader has a sordid history of making obnoxious and offensive generalizations toward minorities, most famous of all calling President Obama electable because he is "light skinned" and that he speaks "with no negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one."
Harry Reid is 74 years old.