Traitor Harry Reid Should Plan for Retirement
It looks like more than half of Nevadans are unhappy with Sen. Harry Reid, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
It’s the worst “unfavorable” rating he’s received in the newspaper’s surveys for this year’s election. His poor rating does bring with it speculation that Reid should retire rather than lose re-election.
In response, Reid said he wouldn’t consider stepping aside like Sen. Chris Dodd of Connecticut, whose announcement this week prompted rumors that the Senate majority leader might think about ending his political career now that he’s the most vulnerable incumbent.
“I am absolutely running for re-election,” said the 70 year old Reid.
Political pundits firmly disagree that Reid should quit the race, despite poll after poll showing him in a losing battle with potential Republican opponents.
Sue Lowden, former Nevada Republican Party chairwoman, would get 50 percent of the vote to Reid’s 40 percent with 10 percent undecided. Danny Tarkanian, a businessman and former UNLV basketball star, would gain 49 percent of the vote to Reid’s 41 percent. And Sharron Angle, a former Reno assemblywoman, would get 45 percent of the vote to Reid’s 40 percent, a strong showing given her low name recognition statewide — 42 percent don’t know her.
Although fatally wounded by his leadership on ObamaCare, the dismal economy and an anti-government and anti-incumbent fervor it looks like Reid will continue his political fight.
The traitor Reid might not be able to see the writing on the wall, but DEFEAT is there in big bold letters.