Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Senile Harry Reid Says Good by Too Nevada

Very strange.
From National Review Online:
Harry Reid isn’t just moving to Las Vegas from his hometown of Searchlight, Nev., to be closer to his grandchildren — he’s also looking to give the economy a boost.
Reid and his wife Landra sold their home in Searchlight for $1.7 million to Nevada Milling and Mining, a mining company, over the weekend. Reid said, according to KSNV, that the the expansion of the mine allowed by the sale will create about 60 jobs.
He also cited his upcoming reelection campaign in 2016 and the constant travel required to Sin City as another reason for the relocation.    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/379884/harry-reid-17-million-sale-my-home-will-create-60-jobs-andrew-johnson
First, Reid's house is not worth $1,700,000.  Hell, the entire town of Searchlight is not worth that much, with the exception of the casino/gas station.
And a mining company is buying the Reid house?  Seriously?  There is very little, if any, mining going on in that area.  There is a lot of dead mines in the area but very little, if any, active mones in the area.
This deal stinks to high heaven and it seems more like a bribe than a legitimate purchase of a house and property.
Finally, if Reid doesn't live in Searchlight, where is he going live?  Oh that's right, he owns a hotel room at the Ritz Carlton in Washington D.C.

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