Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Harry Reid wants to run against Sharron Angle

(Mark Levin: Why Liberals Want to Run Against Principled Conservatives--Then They Lose)

Right on, right on, Mark Levin!

“I think that I have the mainstream record,” said Angle (see http://www.sharronangle.com/, insertion mine), running in a tough GOP primary to take on Democratic Sen. Harry Reid, in an interview with The Daily Caller. “I think the silent majority, which is really represented by this Tea Party movement, has begun to speak (emphasis mine).” (from Daily Caller Article at http://dailycaller.com/2010/05/25/an-interview-with-nevada-candidate-sharron-angle-i’m-mainstream/)

You're darn right.


Battle Born said...

The last thing we can afford is to let career politicians like Sharron Angle hijack the tea party in their efforts to prolong their careers on the taxpayer's dime.

Like every other bum in Washington, Sharron Angle has repeatedly voted to raise her taxpayer funded salary... then lies about it!


It's time to stand up for the tea party and tell these career politicians, like Sharron Angle, to get off the taxpayer's dime for the first time in their lives and get a real job!

Jeanette said...

Battle Born,

The Nevada legislators work 120 days for $7800, which is $8.12 per hour. That’s why there are so many self-serving millionaires and double-dipping government bureaucrats serving in Nevada’s legislature. Everyday average citizens can’t afford to lay off work 4 months every two years, so they don’t run for office. When an average citizen (like Sharron) does run, it is for passion and not to make a fortune.

The bills that Sharron Angle voted for would not have benefited her. She voted to let the people decide. Perhaps you need to re-read my previous post (http://moveonreid.blogspot.com/2010/05/fact-check-sharron-angle-voted-for-pay.html).

A 4-time Assemblywoman (four 2-year terms) is not a "career politician". If she had not served as a legislator, then you would say she didn't have enough experience.

Sharron was attending tea parties before it was fashionable and more clearly exemplifies tea party ideals than Lowden and Tarkanian, and you know it.


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