Tim Greimel the leader of Michigan’s House Democrats has unleashed some volatile campaign year rhetoric. The kind of polarizing comments that most of us have grown tired of. Greimel said Republicans are a party of “bigots, billionaires and bullies.” He claimed GOP campaigns are “funded by out-of-state oil billionaires.”

Funny considering multi-billionaires George Soros and Tom Steyer are literally dumping tens of millions into this election attacking republicans with many questionable claims. Steyer has promised to spend 100 million dollars himself!

The bigot smear is quite a stretch too considering Harry Reid, the leader of US Senate Democrats is once again in hot water for racial slurs in public.

The Democratic leader issued an apology but not until a video surfaced of him denigrating an Asian crowd in Las Vegas about their ethnicity. In part Reid said, "The Asian population is so productive. I don't think you're smarter than anybody else, but you have convinced a lot of us you are," Reid said to the audience at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, garnering some scattered laughter. But then he goes much further topping off his performance saying "One problem I've had today is keeping my Wongs straight."

This of course is not the first time Reid has had to apologize for blatantly racist remarks. In early 2010, Reid apologized to President Obama for comments he admitted making during the campaign that were included in a book Game Change by journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. The book quoted Reid saying privately that Obama's "light-skinned" appearance and the fact that he had "no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one" helped him as a candidate. “Negro dialect?” Really?

Can you imagine a Republican using the term Negro Dialect? His career would be measured in minutes from that point forward. Yet in this world Democrats can say the most outrageous, racist comments and it’s ok. I could go through the racist comments of Al Sharpton but I don’t have that kind of time. But ask yourself this question, is Sharpton a bully?

The bottom line is this; Tim Greimel should not be so reckless with the facts. Many in the mainstream media may ignore the truth but many of us will not!