Harry Reid calls NPRI “right wing zealots”

Victor Joecks

Now, Reid said that in 1998, but this is too awesome not to highlight now (and probably many times in the future – how great is that headline?).

A conservative Nevada think tank that has blasted Democratic Sen. Harry Reid on the radio has been ordered by one broadcaster to lay off the attacks — a move prompted by complaints by Reid’s staff.

Democratic Party officials are now threatening to challenge the tax exempt status of the group, which buys air time on KNUU-AM 970 radio for its daily commentaries.

Reid described the Reno-based group, the Nevada Policy Research Institute, as “right wing zealots trying to help the far right.” [Emphasis added]

“Right wing zealots”? Coming from Sen. Reid, that’s one of the biggest compliments NPRI’s ever received.

And if you like the “right wing zealots” here at NPRI, may I encourage you to donate to NPRI?

You can do so safely and quickly online right here. All contributions are fully tax-deductible under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code to the extent allowed by law.