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Sharron Angle’s Endorsement by Tea Party | Toxic for GOP Candidates

Las Vegas, NV (Aug 25) – She’s crazy; she’s scary; she’s too out there. Those are the phrases you hear when asked how you feel about Sharron Angle running against incumbent Harry Reid for the US Senate in Nevada.

Her endorsement in the state of Nevada would not have made the national news on a daily basis if she were not running against the senate majority leader. But alas, a TEA party follower, she is.

The polls showed J.D. Hayworth, TEA party supporter, running in the primary against Senator John McCain who was expected to be defeated and lose his fifth term seat in the senate instead, won by a sixty/thirty margin.

Could the tea party be losing support based on all the infamous statements made by Angle floating across the airways?

Sharron Angle’s latest attempt to discredit Senator Reid’s legacy in the State of Nevada are the ads Claiming the Senator alone brought down Nevada’s home prices fifty percent leaving us to question, where was our other Republican Senator John Ensign while this was happening?

GOP candidates looking for endorsement from the TEA party may just want to sit back and think a while before accepting. Maybe a call to J. D Hayworth in Arizona to ask how he feels tonight about his endorsement, would be well worth considering.

Brenda Hyatt – WorldNewsVine, Las Vegas

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17 Responses to Sharron Angle’s Endorsement by Tea Party | Toxic for GOP Candidates

  1. Can't wait 'til November

    August 25, 2010 at 10:56 am

    You’re not too biased now are you?
    Well at least there is one person reading your slanted story.
    I guess you haven’t been following the Alaska Senate race, Joe Miller is giving the incumbent the run for her life and as of now he leads in the count.
    But, don’t let facts get in the way.
    Harry Reid is the toxic candidate, so much so his son won’t even use his own last name!!!
    Rock on Sharron Angle!
    Time for real change this November!

    • lol

      August 25, 2010 at 4:29 pm

      LOL, because Alaska CERTAINLY can’t be considered it’s own political microcosm due to its isolation, right? If one of the least populous and intelligent states in the union voted for a teabagger, they MUST be on their way to power, right?

      Cognitive dissonance, my tea party friends. You are going to have one rough November.

    • Roberta Vlastaris

      August 25, 2010 at 5:54 pm

      Yes, He won’t use his dad’s name!

  2. Mark montgomery

    August 25, 2010 at 11:58 am

    “She’s crazy; she’s scary; she’s too out there” — I couldn’t say it any better, Sharron Angle is the worst representative of a party that represents only the top 2% of wage earners in this country and she makes Harry Reid look like Einstein. Mark Montgomery boboberg@nyc.rr.com

  3. Brenda Hyatt


    August 25, 2010 at 1:41 pm

    Mark, I think you just supported my article.
    Sharron Angle endorsed by theTea-party TOXIC for GOP candidates. But Sarah Palin and the Tea-Party endorsement, big difference.

  4. Tidal wave coming

    August 25, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    If Reid is such a great leader why does he now bash those that have a position on immigration that he once championed?
    I think his comments about Obama being light skinned and able to speak in a non Negro dialect are especially endearing to all.
    Why would any Hispanic be a republican in his mind?
    Reid is just oh so tolerant and progressive, NOT.
    Once you get past the distortions and attacks on Sharron Angle you will find what most people in America find attractive, and that is her common sense to solve some of America’s problems.

  5. Roberta Vlastaris

    August 25, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    I disagree with your evaluation of Sharron Angle. And I certainly agree with the other blogger that Harry is the “toxic” candidate. It is time to get rid of the old and bring in the new. Harry Reid has been around for ages and we need a change (since the current administration did not fulfill the “promise” of change and hope!)
    From another unemployed Las Vegan!

  6. Beverley

    August 25, 2010 at 7:22 pm

    There is no argument here regarding Angle, she’s more than just scary, crazy or to far out there. She is a real live rabid squrrel who is loose and infectious.

    Voters this time around are voting, or not voting with their emotions and not their brains. Americans for the majority arn’t to bright to begin with, and nut bags like Angle can be dangerous in the kind of political climate we as a country are in.

    The Tea Party coo coo’s wouldn’t even be and issue if the frigging media would stop giving them he time of day. especially with Palin, who was a nobody till the media pumped her up.

    Speaking as a woman she is an embarassement to all American women with a brain and all those who fought for eqality. She has raken the woman’s movement back to pre 70’s era.

  7. Christine

    August 25, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    Good article! The Republicans will continue to shoot themselves in the foot and deservedly so. She was a disaster from Day One, kinda reminds me of President Bush and how the GOP was determined to get him a 2nd term with the fear of another 9/11 which shows they could care less about America, to them its just about WINNING at any and all cost.

  8. Christine

    August 25, 2010 at 7:37 pm

    No surprise coming from the GOP conservatives, tea partiers, etc etc. They only want to WIN and could care less about America as was proven when they pushed for Bush’s 2nd term with the fear of another 9/11. They are unworthy and deserve a major defeat on 11/3rd.

  9. Christine

    August 25, 2010 at 7:42 pm

    Is that the same Sarah Palin that writes on the palm of her hand to remind herself what to say???? This woman could have been 1 heartbeat away from the Presidency and yet the TPM pushed her to the very end. At least she done as far as 2012 because she too busy making money and spending it. Maybe she’ll reconsider running again in 2050. LOL

  10. Redstate

    August 26, 2010 at 9:24 am

    Losers! Typical blue state logic. I bet you are extremely happy with your state, the economey and the unemployment rate. Harry Reid is a credit to all of you!
    Enjoy the disaster that your state has become. Let’s all hope that some of the other blue states wake up and smell the roses!

    • Nigel

      August 26, 2010 at 12:15 pm

      Hey Redstate,

      Mind your own buiness if you do not live in Nevada.
      We have enough morons already supporting Angle the
      I can not help it if the majority of my state is ignorant.
      They are just as ignorant as the morons who put Bush back in the second time around.
      I bet you are a Birther as well.

      My state may be a disaster, but you are a moron.



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  12. John A

    August 28, 2010 at 12:26 pm

    People like Angle and her crony right wing Republicans put this economy in the ditch. Go ahead and vote people like her and Palin and the rest of the “Party of No” back in office. We’ll all see the economy go over the cliff this time, and it will stay at the bottom of the cliff for a long, long time, possibly decades.

  13. phil

    September 1, 2010 at 8:27 pm

    This lady is borderline retarded, what is wrong with you people? All this god talk puts her in the insane category.

    Bush destroyed the republican party and all of you that voted for him are to blame for this hole the country is in…..

    so you guys turn against the party and start up a revolt?

    it was your fault to begin with now all these idiotic loons are popping up…

    and the craziest sicko to ever jump into the political spectrum

  14. Brenda Hyatt


    September 2, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    Phil, thanks for the comment they are always appreciated but you may want to skp that second cup of coffee

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