Theodore's World: Harry Reid Says He Saved Nevadans From A “world-wide depression”

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October 22, 2010

Harry Reid Says He Saved Nevadans From A “world-wide depression”

Harry Reid actually claiming to have saved Nevadans from a “world-wide depression.” Reid made the claim to MSNBC’s Ed Schultz, and ironically, just moments after calling his GOP opponent in Nevada’s Senate Race – “Extreme, Dangerous, and Embarrassing.”

Wild Thing's comment..........

LOL now that we have established that Harry Reid has lost his mind even more then he already had.

Isn't it something how the left does their lies. And then of course the man and woman that sit there and believe them and nod their head in agreement.

I hope people wake up or get their brain in gear on the lies from the left and how obvious they are.

Posted by Wild Thing at October 22, 2010 04:50 PM


Harry Reid and his campaign have begun to unravel.

He has long been a proponent of making statements that have basis in fact. This is just another example.

Expect the Character Asassination ads directed toward Angle to increase in number and vitriol, probably next week. It is on the next page of the Democratic playbook on, how to get elected.

The same has already happened here in the Golden State, where the Unions have been showing and printing personal attacks on Meg Whitman, thereby increasing, Governor Moonbeam's lead to 8 points.

That is one tough hill to climb, with only 12 days to go.

Methinks that we Californians are doomed to another 4-6 of years of mismanagement and lack of leadership. Unless you are a Union Member, of course.

Posted by: Sean at October 22, 2010 07:02 PM

Sean, I love California so much. I miss it.
Thanks for your input about this post and California. It breaks my heart to look how it has changed so much even before we moved away. I just pray it comes back to what it used to be.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 23, 2010 03:42 AM