Nevada: Sharron Angle Running For Senate

Discussion in 'Sharron Angle' started by xenubarb, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. DeathHamster Member

  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: Nevada: Sharron Angle Running For Senate

    oh a face off...that so deserves the Travolta/Cage cover pic. C'mon huffpo. I mean really, you didn't post it?
  3. DeathHamster Member

    Re: Nevada: Sharron Angle Running For Senate

    Nevada's Angle says immigrant ads not about race -
    Fooking stupid bitch. Name one terrorist who entered via the Canadian border.
    Envoy rebukes U.S. for linking 9/11 terrorists to Canada

    Lolling at her trashing any Hispanic support, if she ever had any.

    Hmm, maybe she means Nevada's northern border, and she doesn't like people from Idaho or Oregon?
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  4. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

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    How is Obtuse Angle fairing in the polls there? I haven't heard.
  5. Mark Cabian Member

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    In the news today: ... "Like most US elections, this year’s midterm race is chiefly a contest between the Democratic and Republican parties. But not far behind is the strange tussle between the Tea Party movement and the media.

    Tea Partiers see the media as an arm of the bicoastal liberal elites. The media, on the other hand, see the colourful biographies of people such as Christine O’Donnell, the Republican candidate in Delaware, or Sharron Angle, the Republican Senate candidate in Nevada, as unmissable stories.

    Whether it is Ms O’Donnell’s youthful dabblings in witchcraft, or Ms Angle’s support for prison regimens devised by the Church of Scientology, Tea Party candidates are as far as you get from the robotic types that sometime emerge from the party machines." / US / Politics & Foreign policy - Tea Party gets tough with foes in media
  6. eddieVroom Member

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    This is where the teebaggaz and I part ways (and the Libertarians, too) - getting rid of Public Education.

    Public Education is still somewhat of a novelty in the development of our species. What were formerly the Jewels of Royalty and Mystery Schools are now common cirruculum, such as Algebra. We are no longer the people we have been preaching to, and that scares the crap out of the Christain Sharia crowd.
  7. Anonymous Member

    Re: Nevada: Sharron Angle Running For Senate

    Any Nevadanons, don't forget to get out and vote. Studies have shown that people who vote are far more likely to affect the outcome of an election than people who don't.
  8. failboat Member

    Posted March 18, 2016 - 4:18pmUpdated March 18, 2016 - 4:44pm
    Sharron Angle running for U.S. senate again


    Sharron Angle, who made a famously unsuccessful bid for U.S. Senate in 2010, is running for a seat again.
    Angle filed late Friday as a Republican candidate for the seat of outgoing U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, R-Nev. [sic]
    Angle, a tea party darling, had faced Reid in 2010 after winning the GOP primaries and lost to him. This time around, the GOP’s most prominent candidate is U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., who is also running.
    Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto, a former Nevada attorney general, is also running for the seat with Reid’s backing.

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    ^^^ article incorrectly IDs Reid as a Repub, when he is a Dem.

    Tea Party extremist Sharron Angle returns to run for Harry Reid's seat in Nevada
    Robert Sobel

    March 18, 2016
    7:42 PM MST
    When the Tea Party wave of 2010 gave control of Congress to the Republicans, nearly all of the right-wing candidates were able to walk out a winner. Despite this, not all were victorious but that isn't stopping one of the biggest names, and losers, of 2010 from returning to the spotlight.

    Sharron Angle was the Republican nominee in 2010 to face then Majority leader of the Senate, Harry Reid. In that November's election, Reid was able to give the Democrats a rare win, defeating Angleby six points. Now as the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported on March 18, the Tea Party favorite is back.
    Running against current House Rep. Joe Heck in the Republican primary, Angle will attempt to revive her primary magic with the hope of better luck in November. Angle, along with other names like Christine O’Donnell and Todd Akin, were of a rare bread [sic] of Tea Party candidates who were not successful six years ago, as their extreme views were often the target of their opponents.

    Angle's views are considered to the extreme far right of the political spectrum, ranging in denying Climate Change, to wanting to eliminate the Department of Education, to being accused of being part of the Church of Scientology. Her fundamentalist religious views are also reflected in her policy positions, as she has called for a ban on same-sex marriage, overturning Roe v. Wade, and is against the notion of the separation of church and state.

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    Sigh...those inbread Tea Party candidates.

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  9. DeathHamster Member

    Does she still want to build a fence on Nevada's northern border and make Idaho and Oregon pay for it?
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  10. Quentinanon Member

    I find it interesting that scientologists Brent Jones and Sharron Angle both have received Tea Party support and have run for political office in Nevada as republicans.

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