Reid Laughs at Prospect of Bringing GOP Bills Up for Votes in Senate By: Matt Cover December 13, 2012 Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) complained that House Republicans are refusing to bring some Senate-passed legislation to the floorbut dismissed the question of when he might bring many House-passed measures up for a Senate vote. I can give you a long list of things we havent done, Reid said at his weekly press conference when CNSNews.com asked if he would ever bring languished GOP bills up for a vote. Reid, as majority leader in the Senate, controls the floor scheduledeciding which bills will come to the floor and when. When asked again if he might bring any of the House-passed bills to the floor, Reid chuckled and said some time is a long time, I guess. (Excerpt) Read more at: Reid Laughs at Prospect of Bringing GOP Bills Up for Votes in Senate | CNS News So a Republican Congress gets the bum rap while Harry Reid is the main reason Bipartisan issues cannot be settled. We plainly see that Reid has no intention of working with Congress.