1. Bipartisan?

    Harry Reid Blasts Scott Brown

    WASHINGTON - NOVEMBER 7: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) speaks at a news conference discussing the election results on Capitol Hill on November 7, 2012 in Washington, DC. Democrats retained control of the Senate, while Republicans will retain control of the House of Representatives. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

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    Harry Reid probably isn’t too broken up over Scott Brown’s loss. The Senate Majority Leader dismissed Brown’s calls for more bipartisanship Wednesday, saying that Brown “should look up in the mirror.” Reid said, “I saw his plea for bipartisanship. That is a big joke. It’s travesty. He’s one of the most partisan people…I don’t need any advice from him on bipartisanship.” Reid also expressed confidence that the Democrats will be able to keep John Kerry’s senate seat if Kerry leaves for a cabinet position, despite rumors that Brown might run for the seat. “We feel very comfortable if in fact that it does happen, we feel comfortable in Massachusetts. I already told you how I feel about Scott Brown,” Reid said.

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