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Rasmussen: Harry Reid now only trailing Sharron Angle by three points?

What in the hell is wrong with Nevada voters? Harry Reid is only behind Sharron Angle by three points when he should be in the single digits. Are Nevadans actually considering sending that corrupt creep back to the US Senate?

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is creeping forward and now is nearly tied with Republican Sharron Angle in his bid for reelection in Nevada.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Nevada finds Angle with 46% support, while Reid earns 43% of the vote. Six percent (6%) like some other candidate in the race, and five percent (5%) remain undecided.

This is Reid's best showing all year and follows a visit by President Obama to the state to help his campaign.

Reid has also been trying to raise doubts about Angle and a solid plurality of voters now have negative perceptions of both candidates. Reid is viewed Very Favorably by just 26% of Nevada voters and Very Unfavorably by 48%. For Angle, Very Favorables are 18% and Very Unfavorables are 39%.

At this point in a campaign, Rasmussen Reports considers the number of people with a strong opinion more significant than the total favorable/unfavorable numbers.

Harry Reid should lose the election on principle alone for insisting that there there no illegals working anywhere in Nevada. Riiight.

Update: Legal Insurrection has been following the sleazy political tricks that the Reid campaign has been using against Sharron Angle. Are the Nevada voters so dumb that they would fall for these lies and smears after having seen all that Reid has done in the Senate? Do they not remember how he stabbed our troops and our nation in the back when he said, "the Iraq war is lost"


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Sharron is too extreme for... (Below threshold)
john:

Sharron is too extreme for America

Reid spent a lot of money g... (Below threshold)
Alan:

Reid spent a lot of money getting Angle elected over Lowden in the primary. Might have been a smart move.

You think the people in Nev... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

You think the people in Nevada are stupid, look at Pelosi's district in San Francisco.

Go to <a href="http://legal... (Below threshold)
Hank:

Go to http://legalinsurrection.blogspot.com/
where Bill Jacobson is following this.
He details every dirty trick the Reid campaign has used including using the rape card against her. Very similar to what Coakley supporters in Ma tried to do to Brown.

Bottom line, a gutter campaign by Reid and the dems with help from the Wapo.

If they get into a runoff (... (Below threshold)
914:

If they get into a runoff (if they have one in NV ) they can always bring in Franken's people to help count fairly.

What many people forget -- ... (Below threshold)
mypitts2:

What many people forget -- and this post is an example -- is that elections are about choices. The choice is not Harry Reid vs. no one, or Harry Reid vs. Some Ideal Republican.

It's Harry Reid vs. Sharron Angle. And Angle does not appear to be all there. I cannot blame Nevadans for not wanting to send to Washington an extremist who will have no weight in the chamber. They might want to send the "corrupt creep" who is at least competent.

Competent?? Competent to do... (Below threshold)
914:

Competent?? Competent to do what? Take bribe's under the table?

How absurdly ridiculous. They can be stupid enough to vote for this jac ass but they are pushing his b.s. down all or throat's and that is inexcusable.

Garand:I once saw ... (Below threshold)
james H:

Garand:

I once saw an advertisement for a meeting of the San Francisco Republican Party. That's probably one of the saddest groups in the world ...

Well, Rasmussen might have ... (Below threshold)
Caesar Augustus:

Well, Rasmussen might have ginned up his sample to boost up Mr. No Black Dialect's numbers.

That said, there's a major difference between the fever swamps of the Internet and talk radio and the real world. The reality is that Angle is a extremist lunatic and extremist lunatics have difficult times in general elections, especially when facing incumbents who've brought home the bacon.

Sue Lowden would have won this election quite easily for the GOP, but alas the fringe right decided when they voted in the primary - where they have disproportionate influence - to scuttle Lowden's candidacy and then to saddle us with a fringe player who's probably unelectable even in this horrendous cycle for Democrats.

Lastly, echoing Alan's comments in # 2, Reid recognized early on that if he could help get Angle chosen in the primary process then he might be able to hang on to his seat in the general. He spent millions of dollars trying to undercut Lowden and to boost Angle. The Glenn Becks and the RedStates of Nevada piled on. When rank ideology trumps common sense we all suffer.

It is July people. The elec... (Below threshold)
Michael:

It is July people. The election is in November. The campaigns having barely begun. Also it is a poll...in July...not November. Get a grip.

Pharma is dumping millions ... (Below threshold)
Yogurt:

Pharma is dumping millions into the election, votes CAN be bought...

Angle was the person ,Reid ... (Below threshold)
it:

Angle was the person ,Reid wanted to face; that should have been a clue to GOP voters. They dumped two solid conservative candidates; for one who could say TEA the loudest. GOP may have a nice November, but will likely leave some possible wins on the "vine"

Guess what? A candidate who... (Below threshold)

Guess what? A candidate who's on the record against social security, public education and fluoride - who recently actually **criticized** Reid for saving about 60,000 Nevada jobs without spending a dime of taxpayer money - might not be the best candidate against an incumbent.

With the tidal wave of Dem ... (Below threshold)
Michael:

With the tidal wave of Dem destruction coming in November, Reid is going to smashed just like the rest of them. But little jimmy x can keep deluding himself. Miss you butt buddy Lee there jimmy?

What job'z are those jim x?... (Below threshold)
914:

What job'z are those jim x? Are you implying the crypt keeper has saved more job'z then Baraculus has created?

Stupendous!

Michael, I will bet you *an... (Below threshold)

Michael, I will bet you *any* amount of money that Reid will defeat Angle. I mean, come on here. Have you actually looked at her platform?

Perhaps you just so aroused at the thought of Reid. Kindly talk to your therapist rather than projecting on me, by the way.

914, here's the jobs I'm ta... (Below threshold)

914, here's the jobs I'm talking about:

http://www.examiner.com/x-21777-Las-Vegas-Democrat-Examiner~y2010m7d8-Sharron-Angle-thats-not-my-job-to-create-jobs-new-Reid-ad

As a direct result of Reid, 10,000 construction jobs and another 12,000 continuing full-time jobs were created in Nevada. The owner of the company Reid helped save also said another 50,000 jobs would have been lost if Reid hadn't put together a deal to keep the company going through it's rough patch.

http://www.fox5vegas.com/video/24206523/index.html

This was mentioned to Angle. Hilarity ensued:

During a recent appearance on conservative host Alan Stock's radio show, a caller asked Republican Sharron Angle, who's running for Nevada's U.S. Senate seat against Harry Reid (D), "if she would have intervened on behalf of MGM Resorts' CityCenter complex the way Senator Reid did. In 2009, CityCenter experienced financial struggles during its construction. The project's bankruptcy appeared imminent. Reid called several banks on MGM Resorts' behalf, and the project averted bankruptcy." Angle told the caller that she would not have done so.

That's your baby Angle - an incompetent loonie who has no understanding of what a Senator's job is, nor any understanding of basic economics or even a desire to help the working class.

And you guys honestly think she'll defeat Reid in November.

I've got a bridge for sale in Brooklyn, if you guys are interested. Cash only.

"Have you actually looked ... (Below threshold)
914:

"Have you actually looked at her platform?"


www.sharronangle.com


There you go.

Oops!<a hre... (Below threshold)
914:
Face it, the average not-re... (Below threshold)
bill glass:

Face it, the average not-really-payin'-attention voters maybe just don't like her much. Harry Reid is a super creepy, Mr. Burns type, but he's the one they know.

It is a Senator's job to bu... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

It is a Senator's job to bully banks?

Don't remember that from the US Constitution... must be that Good and Plenty clause Senator Conyers has invoked. Or buried in the 17th or 20th amendment somewhere.

Are the Nevada voters so... (Below threshold)

Are the Nevada voters so dumb that they would fall for these lies and smears after having seen all that Reid has done in the Senate?

Why not? You only have to fool one more than half of the people for a couple of months every few years. Look at the voters in PA that keep electing people that call them nuts and racist hicks.

Well SCSIWuzzy, if you don'... (Below threshold)

Well SCSIWuzzy, if you don't think it's a Senator's job to look out for the economy of his state and the jobs within it, then Angle is just the candidate for you.

But what I see is a loony. And I am certain a majority of Nevada voters will agree.

That's your baby A... (Below threshold)
iwogisdead:
That's your baby Angle - an incompetent loonie who has no understanding of what a Senator's job is, nor any understanding of basic economics or even a desire to help the working class.

And yet, she is still ahead--because nearly everyone is fed up with the politics of the goofy left. The GOP may or may not lose the Nevada seat, but it sure doesn't look good for the Democrats for rest of the country.

It is high time to break up... (Below threshold)
914:

It is high time to break up the thugocracy we got going on in this government. Reid plays a crucial part in this. Him getting booted is a precursor of what lie's ahead for Barry.

We dont need King's and Queen's like 'the swimmer' and Diane Fiendstein to sit in office for year after year lording it over all of us. 2 term's should be the max than get a real job.

Iwogisdead, it's true, the ... (Below threshold)

Iwogisdead, it's true, the voters are in an ugly mood. The Democrats will definitely lose some house seats in November, and maybe a couple of Senate seats as well.

But this is definitely not going to be one of them. In fact, this shift of voters shows what will happen in many other contests by November:

unless specific GOP candidates can actually provide **new** ideas which are better than their Democratic counterparts, the Senate will stay Democrat. And I think the House will too. Although that is less certain.

It probably helped him when... (Below threshold)
Greg:

It probably helped him when he got endorsed by the NRA. I completely agree the Reid should be toast but the one issue he has been good on is guns.

Maybe growing up around men... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

Maybe growing up around men with nicknames like Skinny Joey predisposes me to see leaning on a bank to do what you want with the threat of using your power to make life difficult them down the road as being a bit "mobtastic"...

Sorry that I would like to see better in Washington than you do, jim x.

"some seats"? What is it li... (Below threshold)
Michael:

"some seats"? What is it like going through life with your head up your ass jimmy?

SCSIWuzzy, sorry that you s... (Below threshold)

SCSIWuzzy, sorry that you seem to think "doing better in Washington" means not even calling up a bank to ask if they can extend a project that otherwise would go bankrupt, even if that means saving at least 50,000 jobs and creating at least 12,000 more.

I don't even see how that automatically equates as bullying.

But, it looks like the Nevada voters will decide this one anyway. And eagerly awaiting any debate between Angle and Reid, if and when she gets up the courage to do it. It certainly is not in her interest, but I don't see how she can avoid it.

"some seats"? What is it... (Below threshold)

"some seats"? What is it like going through life with your head up your ass jimmy?

You might want to bring this projection up with your therapist too.

And do you honestly think the Democrats will lose **all their seats**? If so, let me also offer you some wonderful oceanfront property in Florida. Actually it's underwater, but that's just for now, because the ocean's will totally recede once the Rapture happens.

jim x~"u... (Below threshold)
914:

jim x~


"unless specific GOP candidates can actually provide **new** ideas which are better than their Democratic counterparts,"


Your right. What candidate could possibly have a better platform then the dems vote for us and will add to the 22 trillion debt your great great granchidren will have to repay?

Or, vote for Me and your job prospect's will resemble European's for the rest of your day's.


Like hell the dem's keep the senate. Only in your Kool-aid fantasie's.

914, I am now bookmarking t... (Below threshold)

914, I am now bookmarking this page. When the Dems hold onto the Senate in November, I will remind you of this without mercy.

You do that! And if they br... (Below threshold)
914:

You do that! And if they break even I will consider it a dem loss.

Done.I have a coup... (Below threshold)

Done.

I have a couple of other side bets with retired military that I need to bookmark too. One is for Hillary running against in 2012, and I think the other one is for the Dems keeping the Senate also - I still have to find that one tho.

Some of Angle's positions l... (Below threshold)
James H:

Some of Angle's positions listed in Wikipedia are ... disturbing.

Jim x, your Marx is showing... (Below threshold)
P. Bunyan:

Jim x, your Marx is showing again.

P.:Don't dis Marx.... (Below threshold)
James H:

P.:

Don't dis Marx.

Jim X actually believe Reid... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Jim X actually believe Reid was only concerned about MGM's construction employees losing their jobs if the company went under. Of course if the company did go under, it was because it was mismanaged and failed. What the company did was hand over a sum of money and Reid made the phone calls. Now Jim X. is proud of government incerting themselves in business, that is proven by all liberals. Failure is a bad word to them, while industrious people use the word failure as a learning tool for future endeavors. Jim X and his ilk do not want little league baseball teams to have a winner and loser. Jim X doesn't want students to be graded because it may negatively impact them. So, Angle would not have interjected herself in private company's business and Jim X. thinks that is bad? What a putz.

Wake up America. The ship is going down and we are playing music on the deck. ww

"Some of Angle's positio... (Below threshold)
P. Bunyan:

"Some of Angle's positions listed in Wikipedia are ... disturbing. "

Your Marx is showing too, James. I read the Wikipedia page I'm actually surprised that the Wikipedia page was so fair, with just a tinge of left-biased. I not sure what's up with the scientology program in prisions thing, but there's no way she's an actual scientologist. I disagree with 2 of her positions, but nothing disturbed me about any of them. I do recognize many of them that a "progressive" would find disturbing though.

Be scared--- be reeeeeaaaallllly scared, "progressives".

There is no accounting for ... (Below threshold)
scrapiron:

There is no accounting for democrats and how they vote to keep themselve in slavery to the system. They are born stupid and determined to stay that way.

P. Bunyan, if you think tha... (Below threshold)

P. Bunyan, if you think that being for Social Security, Medicare, Public Education and fluoride makes me a Marxist, then you have a lot more Wikipedia reading to do. 'Cause Angle is on record against all those things, and other things besides.

Wildwillie, since none of u... (Below threshold)

Wildwillie, since none of us are qualified mindreaders I'm interested in results.

Reid's direct efforts kept 50,000 jobs in Nevada, and added at least another 12,000 permanent ones plus 10,000 construction jobs, without costing taxpayers a dime.

Angle said she wouldn't do what Reid did.

If I were a Nevada voter I'd consider that a clear choice. Even without all the other complete insanity Angle thinks makes for good policy.

"Reid's dir... (Below threshold)
914:

"Reid's direct efforts kept 50,000 jobs in Nevada, and added at least another 12,000 permanent ones plus 10,000 construction jobs, without costing taxpayers a dime."


Reids direct efforts in the Senate have cost us million's of job's. Given us a over bloated costly ineffectual health care mandate and he had the tenacity to call Bush an idiot liar or some such gibberish.


Willie talking about MGM? Is that the fabled Metro Goldwyn Mayer? I have a hard time believing that 60,000 job's didn't hit the taxpayer somewhere?

Oh, and Wildwillie i skippe... (Below threshold)

Oh, and Wildwillie i skipped over your insult. You're a putz. nyah nyah.

"Reid's direct efforts k... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

"Reid's direct efforts kept 50,000 jobs in Nevada, and added at least another 12,000 permanent ones plus 10,000 construction jobs, without costing taxpayers a dime."

Really? How so? No taxpayer money at ALL? No subsidies? No kickbacks? No well-rotted pork?

Hmmm. For some reason, I'm dubious.

James H - I wouldn't dis Marx. The comedy routines were HILARIOUS - though I do think Zeppo didn't get anywhere near the appreciation he should have gotten as a straight-man. And Harpo? Such subtlety, masquerading as slapstick!

Oh, wait... not the same Marxes, right? ;)

BTW, I'm not sure I'd trust Wiki for any info on a politician's supposed platforms, if that politician was anything other than on the leftward end of the spectrum. But that's just me. I've looked at Angle's stances as labeled on her web site, and find little to nothing out of the norm with them.

Hmmm. For some reason, I... (Below threshold)

Hmmm. For some reason, I'm dubious.

It's your right to be dubious. But them's the facts.

Geez, people, it's just ano... (Below threshold)
wolfwalker:

Geez, people, it's just another dime-a-dozen poll. The guys at Hot Air and Powerline have spent megabytes demonstrating how easy it is to rig a poll. Even if this poll was accurate -- which I don't believe for a second -- it's still almost four months til the election. Anything could happen in that time.

"it's still almost four ... (Below threshold)
914:

"it's still almost four months til the election. Anything could happen in that time."


Yeah, a hole could be plugged in that time.

Yeah, JLaw, you fell for my... (Below threshold)
James H:

Yeah, JLaw, you fell for my Marx routine once already, didn't ya?

Actually, I guess "disturbing" is the wrong word for Angle. Perhaps "uninformed," "unrealistic," or "retrograde."

Her belief that the Department of Education is unconstitutional is plain wrong. Her stance in favor of withdrawing from the UN is unrealistic. And her belief in single-income households, if Wiki reflects her views, is straight out of the 1950s, when men spent all day at work, women spent all day at home, and lots of kids looked like the milkman ...

look on the bright side, ha... (Below threshold)
ken harlow:

look on the bright side, harry. maybe you'll die before you'll be defeated in november.

Harry already is dead, cant... (Below threshold)
914:

Harry already is dead, cant you tell? But he can still vote. That's the problem.

mypitts2 - "It's Harr... (Below threshold)
Marc:

mypitts2 - "It's Harry Reid vs. Sharron Angle. And Angle does not appear to be all there. I cannot blame Nevadans for not wanting to send to Washington an extremist who will have no weight in the chamber."

And you somehow think reelecting an EXTERMIST that holds WAY TOO much power is a better thing?

jim x - A quote of Angle co... (Below threshold)
Marc:

jim x - A quote of Angle contained within a link you provide goes... "that's not my job to create jobs."

The question is, is it Dingy Harry's or any other senator's or Rep., job to do so?

I think not your mileage may vary.

And BTW I agree with her, shitcan the dept of Ed it's done nothing but bleed taxpayer cash with little to NO improvement in academic scores.

Along with selling off the post office and Amtrack.

Pssst... jim x - Now THAT'... (Below threshold)
Marc:

Pssst... jim x - Now THAT's funny.

Better check recovery.gov website.

Dingy Harry's state has received a tic under one and a half billion dollars since Feb 2009 thru mar. 2010 that produced a Grand Total of 4774 jobs.

If that fails to prove Dingy's or any other congress-critter shouldn'd be messing with thoughts of job creation nothing will penetrate your think skull.

Of course Reid polls well. ... (Below threshold)
Ken Hahn:

Of course Reid polls well. There a lot of dead people, illegal aliens and rocks in Nevada.

"if Wiki reflects her vi... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

"if Wiki reflects her views" -

Yeah. Let's put it this way - pretty much anyone can edit or revise articles in Wikipedia, so... would you say LEE'S interpretation of her views would be an accurate summation of them? So if someone of the same ideological bent as Lee were to put in their 2 cents worth, would it be a realistic view, or one that's warped by the points of view of the observer?

I'll go with what's on her web site, I think.

Not that it really matters, I won't be voting in Nevada in the first place.

But I'm getting kind of bored with the old technique of the left labeling anyone it disagrees with as being radical, stupid, inexperienced, out of touch, or an insane nutcase. That trick was pretty well played out with Palin - it was a one-shot that could only be reset by a sterling performance by Obama and Biden.

And sterling ain't exactly what we're getting, I think.

Re the UN - I too think it's outlived it's usefulness. It's a shame - I remember as a kid thinking the UN was a great organization, but it's been pretty well neutered at this point (to a point where UN forces won't even defend refugees under their nominal 'protection', and we won't talk about their involvement in child molestation) and should be significantly changed. But I don't think it will be...

Re the DOE - Good idea, piss-poor implementation. It's funny, but veteran teachers I talk to keep saying we could do so much better - but the procedures mandated by the DOE don't cut it. (One thing that REALLY has to change is the idea of keeping all students (regardless of ability) together, teaching them all the same thing at the same time. Some will be faster in a subject, and be bored, some will be slower - and get lost. It may not be fair to say that some kids can learn some things faster than others, but it's the truth. And let's face it - the world is NOT a fair place. Kids need to know that.)

When something doesn't work, doesn't work as designed, or simply produces unwanted results - there's no point in maintaining a status quo simply because that's the way it's always been done, especially if it costs us billions upon billions a year, or if it might piss off the unions if something changed.

The second, perverted "Hous... (Below threshold)
Idahoser:

The second, perverted "House of Representatives" that was once the US Senate needs to go back to representing the STATES as designed in the Constitution. When the States lost their representation via the 17th Amendment, they lost their place as checks and balances against runaway federal government. This is the inevitable, and intended result, this mess we're in now. If you don't repeal 17, stop complaining about DC. It's necessary before any change is ever going to happen, regardless whether Hairy Reed is defeated in 2010 or not. It's rearranging the proverbial deck chairs on the Titanic... nothing can fix this while the states are disinterested bystanders in this fight.

"unless specific GOP ... (Below threshold)
John S:

"unless specific GOP candidates can actually provide **new** ideas which are better than their Democratic counterparts"

Republicans need no new ideas. All they are tasked to do is stop Obama. Best-case scenario for the country to perhaps survive until 2012, is for the GOP to take over the House and for the Senate to be hopelessly divided 50/50. The House after all creates the budget. And complete gridlock in Washington will allow businesses to expand and create a few jobs in the U.S.

Republicans need no new ... (Below threshold)

Republicans need no new ideas. All they are tasked to do is stop Obama.

Since Obama got elected because the GOP's ideas didn't work, I disagree. And I think the majority of voters will disagree with you as awell.

Now JLawson, I see you've j... (Below threshold)

Now JLawson, I see you've just said something that's pretty amazing. I'm going to quote it again here:

would you say LEE'S interpretation of her views would be an accurate summation of them? So if someone of the same ideological bent as Lee were to put in their 2 cents worth, would it be a realistic view, or one that's warped by the points of view of the observer?

What you are very clearly implying is, if someone (such as me) is of the same ideology as someone else you disagree with (such as Lee Ward), that my statements must be as allegedly "warped" and "unrealistic" as Lee Ward.

And you are further implying that, because Wikipedia can be edited by "anyone", if you don't like what I'm saying about Angle's opinions then it's likely that *I* edited them, i.e. I'm a liar.

I'd like to propose another theory:

You would rather think I'm a liar, and pose some negative association with someone who just got banned, rather than realize Angle is a loony.

I've presented my facts - not one of which comes from wikipedia anyway. Why can't you face them?

jim x - "What you are... (Below threshold)
Marc:

jim x - "What you are very clearly implying is, if someone (such as me) is of the same ideology as someone else you disagree with (such as Lee Ward), that my statements must be as allegedly "warped" and "unrealistic" as Lee Ward."

They aren't? Who'd a thunk it!

Do you expect many here to disagree with your statement?

"And you are further implying that, because Wikipedia can be edited by "anyone", if you don't like what I'm saying about Angle's opinions then it's likely that *I* edited them, i.e. I'm a liar."

Geesh... read way TOO much into that. In fact it seems to be a bit horseshit with a fine patina of BS.

Exit question, why would she be such a threat if elected? Because she's a so-called loony?

Hmmm.... Kucinich has been in for a long time and we have yet to see a Dept of Peace established.

Yes i'm one also, loony that is, shitcan the Dept of Ed, sell off the post office and Amtrack. Social security... raise the limit to 70 AND if your NET income is over 5 million per year your benefits are cut by 50% if not entirly.

And while were at it amended the C to term limit the asshats of the house and Senate.

If Harrie Reed is the most ... (Below threshold)
OLSOLJER:

If Harrie Reed is the most powerful Senator and his intervention with banks so compelling, why is he so well off financially and Nevada has the highest unemployment in the Nation?

Personally, I would rather send a rock to DC in his place, with the political power harri wields and his political agenda, Nevada has only higher unemployment rates to look forward to, courtesy of the "powerful senator".

Nevada has seen a decline in tourism (Harre didn't have the b@!!s to speak up for his own state when obuma dissed it twice) so who would be on the hook if the MGM experience tanks? Bend Over Nevada, Here It Comes Again.

"If you build it, they will come" works in movies, not necessarily real life.

They aren't? Who'd a thu... (Below threshold)

They aren't? Who'd a thunk it!

Do you expect many here to disagree with your statement?

What I'd like to expect is that arguments are weighed based on their facts and logic - and not whether they make you personally uncomfortable.

As opposed to tarring me with the same brush as someone else, for the simple reason that we both disagree with you.

It's up to you whether you want to fulfill that expectation.

If Harrie Reed is the mo... (Below threshold)

If Harrie Reed is the most powerful Senator and his intervention with banks so compelling, why is he so well off financially and Nevada has the highest unemployment in the Nation?

I didn't say either of those things.

All I know is that, by Angle's own words, Reid would do far more for Nevada jobs than Angle would.

As for the decline of Nevada tourism, maybe that has just a wee bit to do with the stock crash of 2007, from which we're still recovering. Just a thought.

But that is of course the fault of Democrats (which it actually isn't, because Fannie Mae didn't create the housing bubble nor force banks to create and sell credit default swaps).




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