A Key Argument for a Sharron Angle Win

In simple terms (via the AP):  Nevada unemployment hits 14 percent, leads nation.

There are going to be a lot of unhappy voters at the polls in November.  As such, what she says and believes may be moot.

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  1. Zelsdorf Ragshaft III says:

    She believes in smaller, more limited government. Reid believes government is the solution. Leave it to the voters to decide which is a better idea. We have the results of what Reid represents. You can bad mouth Angle till the cows come home. We have Reid’s record.

  2. anjin-san says:

    We have the results of what Reid represents.

    Which results are you referring to? Our gradual recovery from the near total meltdown of the economy under Bush/GOP/Conservative leadership?

  3. Steve Plunk says:

    Until unemployment improves there is no gradual recovery. It’s a false recovery based upon deficit spending by the government. There’s no substance to it.

  4. wr says:

    ZR — She also apparently believes in assassinating politicians with whom she disagrees if they win elections — or at least that what she seems to be saying with her “second amendment solutions.” Of course, we might know the truth of this, but she keeps running away — literally — when asked.

    Small government, big government, whatever. I won’t vote for any politician on either side who believes that murder is the solution to our problems. How about you?