This past Saturday, at the beginning of a marathon health care debate, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took a pot shot at Washington Post columnist, and liberal bÃªte noir David Broder.
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"To focus on a man who has been retired for many years and writes a column once in a while is not where we should be," Reid said.
Well now Broder, typically not much one for diving into the mud, is hitting back.
"I hope he's more accurate about the [health care] bill than he is about me," Broder told Politico. "And I'm not retired."
Broder didn't limit his critique to Reid's accuracy, and hammered the Nevada senator for his parochial approach to leadership.