The Review-Journal, the largest newspaper in Nevada, reports Harry Reid's latest shot to the foot. Reid, chief sourpuss of the Senate and radical leftist, doesn't like having anyone criticize him in public or disagree with his big-government policies. So at a Commerce luncheon in Las Vegas last week, as Reid was shaking hands with guests, he popped off at the representative from the Review-Journal. It seems the Review-Journal often disagrees with Reid's policies and Reid resents it.
Sherman Frederick, publisher, writes:
On Wednesday, before he addressed a Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Reid joined the chamber's board members for a meet-'n'-greet and a photo. One of the last in line was the Review-Journal's director of advertising, Bob Brown, a hard-working Nevadan who toils every day on behalf of advertisers. He has nothing to do with news coverage or the opinion pages of the Review-Journal.
Yet, as Bob shook hands with our senior U.S. senator in what should have been nothing but a gracious business setting, Reid said: "I hope you go out of business."
If polls hold up, however, it will be Harry Reid who "goes out of business." The nasty little man is currently far behind in the polls and, hopefully, will be booted out of office in the next election cycle. Read the entire Review-Journal article linked below.