Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Lawsuit Challenges Dubious 'Tea Party' Candidate in Nevada

I can't believe this guy is still around. He's been ostracized by any legitimate Tea Party representatives in Nevada, and considering his dubious history, that's a wise move. Basically, he's been told to get lost, yet persists with the fantasy he somehow win a Senate seat. Oh, and he may want to hire a proofreader.
Both Reid and Angel are career politicians that attack each other on TV offering no solutions to the 163,000 Nevadans out of work.

How can you think Harry Ried or Sharron Angle will be able to create private sector jobs? They have never created any private sector jobs and they have never run a business, all they know how to do is spend YOUR hard earned money!
Now that's he's steamrolled his way to an amazing 250 names in support of his candidacy, some adults are looking to pull the plug. No doubt Dingy Harry will be dismayed his plant is wilting.
A new lawsuit is challenging the U.S. Senate bid of Tea Party of Nevada candidate Scott Ashjian.

The suit filed Tuesday in Carson City argues Ashjian was required to submit signatures totaling 1 percent of votes cast in Nevada's last U.S. House elections to qualify for the November ballot.

Ashjian collected names of 250 registered voters under another provision in the law, but the suit claims he was still obligated to comply with the larger signature requirement.

The suit was filed by members of Citizen Outreach, a group headed by conservative activist Chuck Muth. Other plaintiffs are Independent American Party director Janine Hansen and Debbie Landis, head of a tea party group.
Seems to be a lot of these plants popping up.

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