Harry Reid’s Campaign Slogan “No one could do more…”

Reid is currently campaigning in his home-state of Nevada for re-election to the Senate.  His current poll numbers are at the lowest, …ever!  According to Rasmussen Reports, Reid’s support has fallen in the narrow range of 33% to 35%.

The senator was first elected to office in 1983, and has since been a “Pork-a-holic”.  His voting record clearly indicates a desire for BIG government.  He’s voted consistently for entitlement programs, extensions and bail-outs.

The citizens of Nevada voted this man into congress to represent THEM, what they got was a lock-step democrat, blinding following the leader.  The cost of this agenda has been high for Nevadans – With an unemployment rate of 13.7%… 140,000+ out of work.  Instead of fighting to help the men and women of his state – He spent the winter shoving ObamaCare down our throats.

He voted for ObamaCare, Bail-Outs  and the outlandish “Stimulus Bill”.  He’s still asking for more money from the American Taxpayer – Now he says we need to bailout the teachers and union pensions.

The senator from Nevada wants amnesty for the some 30 million (likely more) illegals who are currently stealing from the American people…He is ignoring the will of Nevada’s citizens while courting the Latino vote… (legitimate or otherwise). 

In Nevada, specifically:  

~58% of Nevada voters favor repeal of the recently-passed national health care bill;  

~64% of Nevada voters favor passage of an immigration law like Arizona’s in their state, nine points higher than support nationwide. 

Clearly, this senator is not listening to his constituents.  I think you’re right, Mr. Reid :   “No one could do more” damage in 28 years than you have.

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