Memo to Harry Reid: It's time to stop flip flopping on immigration reform.
You can't go telling a huge rally in your home state one thing (that immigration reform is on the Senate's agenda) and then saying another thing Tuesday in D.C. (that immigration reform is off the Senate's agenda.)
Make your mind up Harry.
You can't have it both ways.
On Saturday you wanted the Latino vote and Tuesday you want what exactly?
Reid was speaking Tuesday after the Democratic caucus luncheons.
"We have a lot of work to do," Reid said. "And we're dealing, everyone has to understand, with a party of no, that they're trying to stop everything."
We get that Harry.
But if the Republicans are "the party of no," what are the Democrats?
The party of "wait your turn for another 10 years?"
"We won't get to immigration reform this work period," he said.
Well that's not what you said Saturday Harry when you boosted the hopes of millions with your much publicized remarks in Nevada.
Just in case you've forgotten, here's a sound bite.
“We need to do this this year...We cannot wait.”
“We’re going to pass immigration reform, just as we passed health care reform."
So which is it Harry?