Final Four: Pick your favorite Harry Reid face today

By M.D. Kittle

MADISON, Wis. — This weekend is nirvana for college basketball fans.

We’ve moved from March Madness to you-complete-me April.

Sure, our brackets have long been busted. MERCER!

But these are the Final Four games, and on Monday the NCAA crowns a national champion. This Badger fan knows that Bo knows I’m talking ‘bout Wisconsin.

We at Watchdog.org have come down with a case of March Madness, too. But we follow politics and policy, so our Tournament of 64 is a bit different.

We’re pleased to announce we have reached our final four. It was no easy feat. There was plenty of heartbreak and more than a few narrow escapes along the way, but we have finally whittled down our political pairings.

So here you have it: The finalists in Watchdog.org’s Many Faces of Harry Reid tournament.

Followers of Harry Reid action pics know the Senate Majority Leader presents an array of unforgettable expressions — from stoically smug to incredulously dull to eyebrow lifting phony indignation. Maybe your favorite Harry Reid pic didn’t make the final four, but you can’t argue with these winners.

Vote today and we’ll see which of the four faces of Harry Reid will be crowned champion.

1) Dreamy Harry

TO STARE: Sometimes you think you could spend the rest of your life just longingly staring into those eyes, wondering, ‘What’s Harry thinking?’

2) Grumpy Harry

HUNGRY HARRY?: Sometimes Harry gets a little grumpy. Nothing that some Pesto Sacchettini and a Strawberry Smoothie with Ginseng from Panera Bread can’t fix.

3) Evil Harry

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MR. GRINCH: Then the Whos down in Whoville will all cry BooHoo!”
“That’s a noise,” grinned the Grinch, “That I simply MUST hear!”

4) Wacky Harry

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THAT’S FUNNY: Tax cuts, limited government, common sense legislation? That’s the most hysterical thing sense of humor Harry has ever heard.

What’s your favorite Harry? Vote today.

Contact M.D. Kittle at mkittle@watchdog.org

Rob Port is the editor of SayAnythingBlog.com, a columnist for the Forum News Service, and host of the Plain Talk Podcast which you can subscribe to by clicking here.

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