He also (by accident) calls Harvard a “radically liberal place” that develops “socialist programs.”

(The Hill) — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) denounced the Republican-controlled House on Thursday for its vote to drop the Senate’s highway funding bill — legislation that took Reid nearly five weeks to shepherd through the upper chamber.

“They are so disorganized, in such a state of disrepair, the House of Representatives, that they can’t even extend the highway bill,” said Reid. “I don’t know what’s in their minds.

“Over in the big dark hole we now refer to as the Tea Party-dominated House of Representatives, we couldn’t do it,” continued the majority leader. “Republicans in the House are talking as if it’s some socialist program that was developed at Harvard or some other radically liberal place. I can’t imagine what their mindset is. “

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