The Senate should take a page from NASCAR and encourage its members to wear emblems of their donors, says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
“Many Republican senators these days might as well wear Koch industries insignias,” the Nevada Democrat said on the Senate floor Monday. “While they don’t wear Koch industries ties and jackets, they display their sponsors proudly through their actions here in the United States Senate.”
This was the latest in a series of Reid rants against the businessmen brothers. While on the floor, Reid’s office tweeted out a sample of how the majority head, who was recently granted new powers with the end of some Senate supermajority requirements, thinks Republican wardrobe should look:
Many Republican senators might as well wear Koch insignias to denote their sponsorship. pic.twitter.com/tcDY5nZPTm— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) April 7, 2014