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Huge! Republicans pick up two House seats yesterday


Anthony’s Weiner’s New York seat goes republican for the first time since Calvin Coolidge in 1923.   This is a 3 to 1 democrat district with large jewish population.

Nevada Republican defeats the democrat chosen to replace John Ensign.


“Democrats just saw their 2012 playbook fall apart as Nevada voters refused to buy Democrats’ Medicare scare tactics and misinformation campaigns,” [Pete] Sessions wrote in a statement. “This election sends Democrats another warning that Democrats up and down the ballot next year cannot escape accountability for their failed economic policies.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/09/14/nrcc-on-nevada-victory-democrats-just-saw-their-2012-playbook-fall-apart/#ixzz1XwFZodO5


(Lucky for Anthony Weiner and John Ensign, you don’t have to be in the United States House of Representatives to have affairs or send photos of your private parts around the internet.)  🙂

Posted:  09.14.11 @ 10:40 a.m.

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Amidst financial ruin, Harry Reid wants to fund Cowboy Poetry Festival

And them Mean Ole’ Republicans want to defund it!!

The real crime is that it was ever funded to begin with.  No wonder we’re broke.

Just a perfect illustration of “totally out of touch.”  Is Harry Reid senile?    The United States of America is broke and he’s worried about The Cowboy Poetry Festival?  Go home, Harry!  For God’s sake, just go home.

Defund the heck out of it and a lot more!!

Posted:  03.09.11


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Republican, Brian Sandoval, beat Harry’s son, Rory Reid

Remember this when Harry Reid told an audience of mostly Hispanic voters: “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican, okay.  Do I need to say more?”

Harry really does like that race card, doesn’t he.

Today, I just happened to remember his son, Rory Reid, was running for something, but didn’t know how it came out.  It’s one of those things our fine media does not broadcast every 15 minutes for two weeks so you have to do a little searching to find it.  Seems quite newsworthy to me.

Well, lo and behold, Rory lost his attempt to be elected governor of Nevada – to Brian Sandoval, Republican, recipient of the Latino Coalition’s 2004 “Most Influential Hispanic in the U.S. Award.”

Brian Sandoval (R), Governor-elect, Nevada

Funny how that all worked out.

Another point, Governor-elect Sandoval praised the ruling yesterday against the healthcare law.


More about Sandoval:   http://www.briansandoval.com/

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SNL: Obama campaigns for Harry Reid (video)

Posted:  10.25.10


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It’s love! Barack hearts Harry

O-Ba-Ma O-Ba-Ma O-Ba-Ma

Obama even asked the crowd to chant Har-ry Har-ry in Las Vegas yesterday. 🙂

When Harry Met Sally Barack

He also said Harry was kinda slow and low key.  Understatement!

Retire Harry

He’s senile

🙂  🙂  🙂



Posted:  10.23.10


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Angle/Reid debate – Angle strong, on offense

The most revealing statement made by Harry Reid.  He complains:

“Insurance companies don’t do things out of the goodness of their hearts. They do things out of a profit motive and they have almost destroyed our economy,” Reid said. “We need them to be forced to do mammograms.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2010/10/14/harry-reid-and-sharron-angle-face-off-awkwardly-in-only-debate-of-their-campaign/#ixzz12QumnJwA

Think about that.  No company does anything out the goodness of their heart.  If a business does not make a profit, it ceases to exist.

I have never had an insurance policy that does not include mammograms.  However, I will make a prediction – under Obamacare, they are going to be somehow limited. Maybe it will be by age and won’t be covered until age 50 say. But if a person, possibly a man, wants to buy a policy that does not cover mammograms at a lesser price, he should be able to do so.  If you want the coverage, you pay more.  Easy to understand.

It is already becoming apparent that Obamacare is hurtful to lower income people, as demonstrated by the companies recently exempted because the policies they provided at a lower and affordable price do not meet federal standards.

I completely agree with Sharron Angle — get the government out and let the market work.

You know, sometimes you wonder, “what are they thinking?”   It is no wonder they make legislation that hurts business (and individuals in the process) if you have the leader of the Senate who thinks a company should be in business “out of the goodness of their hearts.”  Jaw dropping.

Harry Reid has been in congress for 30 years.  To say he is out of touch is an understatement.

Man up, Harry Reid

Posted: 10.15.10


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Up with Angle for Nevada (update)

I hear Harry Reid and company are so happy about Sharron Angle becoming his opponent.  Just laugh on, Harry.

I guess they thought Sue Lowden would beat him, and she would have been a good opponent, as far as I know, but as stated in the excerpt  below, the Dirty DNC thinks they can really get their teeth into Sharron Angle.

It should be about the most interesting race out there.  Harry Reid is the Face of the hated health care legislation, top briber and arm twister, career pol who probably has never had a real job, snob, mealy mouthed hypocrit, and Obama pet.

Sharron Angle, is a Tea Party candidate, (I believe the first one in a national election) and the exact opposite of Dirty Harry.  My intuition and crystal ball tells me she will beat him in a landslide.  This will be the test case for whether or not Americans are as disgusted and mad as I think they are.

One thing I have learned recently is that every single legislator from every single state is important – to me.  Previously, I was focused on my own representatives, but it is abundantly and sickenly clear that any one or two votes from absolutely any state can change the life of every single person in this country.  They can wheel and deal and get a senator from Nebraska or Maine who will be the instrument to pass a bill against the will of the people.  It has happened time and time again just in the last 18 months.  And some of them won’t even allow an email from someone who does not reside in their state.

Remember, there are only about 20% Harry Reid type progressives in the country.

So though I can’t vote in Nevada, I sure as heck can support Sharron Angle and want her to kick Harry Reid out of office.

The DNC in its present configuration is a master of Alinsky ridicule and lies and half truths, so they are making their diabolical plans, but those in Nevada should know above all others that this man has to go.

And, by the way, it was so down low to go for six weeks or so calling Sue Lowden a chicken woman, et cetera, just because she suggested barter as a means of getting around bowing to the master called health care.  Nothing funny about barter.  It is a good alternative and one which I have heard mentioned more and more recently.  It may come as a surprise to the elite, but many people use the barter system now. And believe it or not, the American people will find a way to keep their self-respect and independence.

So my advice to Dick Durbin and Chuckie Schumer – don’t give up yet, keep working on who will replace Reid.  Probably won’t be there for long though, because come 2012, you will be replaced.  (Oh, yeah, I know they don’t want my advice.)   🙂  They are way too smart for me.

I do believe Bill Clinton (not Barack Obama) helped Blanche Lincoln pull off her victory.  You can say what you want to about Clinton, but he has the It factor in connecting to voters.

The Democratic National Commitee this morning issued this press release about Sharron Angle’s victory in Tuesday’s Republican primary:

Since the Republican Party establishment was backing “Chicken Lady” Sue Lowden in the Republican Senate primary in Nevada last night and was desperately hoping to avoid nominating the Tea Party-backed Sharron Angle, we thought it might be worth showing you the doomsday scenario Republicans were hoping to avoid.

Angle, as you will see, is so far out the main stream she needs a telescope to find it.

Sharron Angle wants to abolish Social Security, Medicare and the Department of Education. She wants to pull the U.S. out of the United Nations, repeal the Affordable Care Act and apparently she has at least toyed with the idea of making alcohol illegal. Oh, yeah, and she wants to mandate massages for prisoners.

Believe me, the old people are going to be sacrificed on the altar of the Complete Lives System or QALY anyway.  (Think Cass Sunstein and John Holdren, and Dr. Emanuel – and probably Kathleen Sebelius, too).  That is the progressive plan.  But, that said, I’m certainly not going to take the DNC’s word on anything..

And the Republican establishment has thrown their support behind Angle.  That’s what I want!  The Republican Party and the Tea Party working together to save America from the progressives/democrats/liberals.

See previous post on the tremendous Tea Party rally that was held in Harry Reid’s hometown of Searchlight, Nevada, in March.  He didn’t think much of it.:


Updated:  Angle takes a 11 point lead:


Posted:  06.10.10  Updated:  06.11.10 @ 12:26 a.m.

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