Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Basically, Harry Reid gave Nevada Athletic Commission the middle finger. It makes you wonder who provided AP’s Solomon (broke the story) with key ticket details, huh?
Today, Harry Reid said... "I would be criticized if I didn't go. It's just like going to an Ohio State football game, an Arizona State football game - in Nevada, boxing is it. I have an obligation to make sure boxing is conducted properly not only in Nevada but around the country."
So, in today’s economy when gas is $3.39 per gallon, I applaud Harry Reid for not coming out the pocket $1400 a pop to do the work Nevadan's hired him to do.
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
I was driving into work this morning from Fernley to
Also... axcessnews.com has a article about Dina Titus asking Jim Gibbons to explain his HR 5386 YES vote for "retaining $7 billion in windfall incentives to oil and gas companies late last week".
Dina Titus - "Is Jim Gibbons in Washington to do something about high gasoline prices that are eating up family budgets, or is he in Washington to feed enormous oil company profits?"
Monday, May 22, 2006
Saturday at the Republican state party convention, John Ensign used his time to criticize Democrats for opposing the senseless war in
I wonder if John Ensign felt the same way when President Bush told the insurgents and terrorists in
Senator Ensign is damn near in lock-step with President Bush 100% of the time. He "voted in sync" with President Bush 100% of the time in 2004, 98% of the time in 2003, 97% of the time in 2002 and 96% of the time in 2001. On average, Senator Ensign is in lock-step with President Bush 97.75% of the time.
Sunday on Meet The Press, Conservative Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said: "We’re in charge of the House, we’re in charge of the Senate, we’re in charge of the White House, we got nobody else to blame".
I think John Ensign should take a lesson from Senator Graham. No matter how you do the math the Democrats are not the problem. The problem is President Bush and Republicans like Rick Santorum, John Kyl, Conrad Burns and John Ensign who march lock-step with President Bush almost 100% of the time.
Friday, May 19, 2006
Today CNN reported that the
For months John Murtha has been calling for an "immediate redeployment of
Read the entire Murtha "War in
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Nevada republicans spent so much time over the past couple years bashing Harry Reid and apologizing for President Bush, they forgot to recruit candidates for 14 assembly seats.
(Democrats are blue/Republicans are red)
Peggy Pierce *No republican candidate
Harvey Munford *No republican candidate
Morse Arberry *No republican candidate
Ellen Koivisto *No republican candidate
Kathy McClain *No republican candidate
John Oceguera *No republican candidate
Jerry Claborn *No republican candidate
Sheila Leslie *No republican candidate
Mo Denis *No republican candidate
Debbie Smith *No republican candidate
William Horne *No republican candidate
Marcus Conklin *No republican candidate
Harry Mortenson *No republican candidate
Heidi S. Gansert
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Last night President Bush proposed putting 6,000 National Guard Troops on the border. John Ensign said "it was my idea" today on Nevada Newsmakers. He also pitched deporting illegals if they can't find work or break the law.
Thursday, May 11, 2006
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Congrats to Kate Marshall and you have 100% of my support.
Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Monday, May 08, 2006
The family and I enjoyed Mexican food, carnival games and most of all each other. We also met and shook hands with Bob Unger (Lt. Governor candidate), Kate Marshall (Nevada State Treasurer candidate), John Emerson (running against Maurice Washington for District 2 senate) and many others.
When I first arrived, I was surprised to see Jack Carter and his wife Elizabeth mingling with the crowd. I immediately jumped out of my seat and made my way over to them. He immediately introduced himself and his wife and handed the kids "snazzy" orange Carter for
Jack and I joked around while Elizabeth and my wife laughed and giggled. It's absolutely amazing how down to earth they are and how easy they were to speak to.
Now only if I can get my hands on a Jack Carter for Senate yard sign and bumper sticker....