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NV (Aug 7) – Senator Joe Heck and ultra-radical Sharron Angle will “party hardy” tonight with national celebrities, partaking, no doubt in a favorite GOP pastime, bashing their opponents. Nevada newspapers tomorrow will in all likelihood, display happy pictures of this gala event and the fun time had by all.
Tomorrow, however, may be very different for Nevada citizens, who may be doing a slow burn from home, for those fortunate enough to still have their home, with little or no “fun money” to spend on the luxury of partying.
Figuring out how to feed their children, finding any job and facing insurmountable odds in competition for the few available postions, and fighting the system to stay foreclosure is the party hundreds of thousands of Nevadans are attending day after dreary day.
“Heck and Angle are throwing a party to distract voters from looking too closely at their failed ideas. But the tunes they are singing are the same old songs of the Bush administration that are off key for Nevada’s families,” Congresswoman Dina Titus disclosed. “Senator Heck can’t brag about protecting big banks and insurance companies, the very groups that got us into the mess we are in today. Instead he and Sharron Angle are trying to cover up their positions with loud music and entertainers to raise support.”
To date, other than her views on returning government to biblical times, Sharron Angle has put forth no ideas on how she would be able to accomplish the feat of turning rotten times into plenty for Nevada residents. A few of her beliefs include single-earner income per family – that the little woman should be home for the kids, thus publicly displaying her total disconnect that financially that would even be possible, and merging church and state. Adhering to the Old Testament, Angle believes would be enough to get the nation out of its crisis. Exactly which religion, out of the choice of hundreds if not thousands, should rule is a factor that either Angle is keeping to herself or has forgotten to mention. Surely choosing which one might present a problem.
Another of Angle’s favorite past times, to date, has been placing the blame for the Wall Street-Bush induced crisis on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Nary a solution has she uttered, leaving Nevadans wondering with a person so against government why she has chosen to run for a Senate seat.
Both Senator Joe Heck and Senate-wannabe Angle agree that creating jobs in Nevada is not, or in Angle’s case, would not be, part of their job description. That sentiment alone should scare the daylights out of every Nevadan.
Meanwhile, Congresswoman Dina Titus, Representative for one of Nevada’s largest, if not the largest, districts, continues her fight on behalf of her constituents. Titus is actively involved in helping families save their homes, and obtain the VA benefits, Social Security, and Medicare they deserve. “While Joe Heck and Sharron Angle are partying together, we will be continuing to work hard for the residents of CD3.”
There are just 70 days left before the polls open in Nevada, with early voting. So while the Republican candidates party it up, Nevada’s residents would do well to remember that Titus (D-NV) chooses her constituents urgent needs over partying while Rome burns.