This Reid endorsement was made in … New York City!

Another newspaper has endorsed Harry ReidThe New York Times.

It started with a snide implication that a crowd-shy Sharron Angle failed to show up for an event in her honor, Tuesday’s Tea Party Express event featuring Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, though federal law prevents her from coordinating with outside groups.

The newspaper editorial goes on to describe how Reid may lose the election because Nevadans are a bunch of frightened, xenophobic rubes who stupidly don’t understand all the good things the senate majority leader has done for them.

“Mr. Reid’s campaign had once looked forward to running against Ms. Angle, figuring that her extreme positions would quickly marginalize her in the minds of voters,” the Times writes. “But he somehow failed to recognize just how attractive those positions would be in a state with the nation’s highest unemployment rate and highest rates of foreclosure and bankruptcy.”

It next says Angle is “exploiting fears of illegal Hispanic immigrants in an economically nervous state.”

The Times goes on to blame Reid’s “lifeless” debate performance in which he failed to tell profoundly ignorant Nevadans about his “efforts to save jobs in Nevada, or his proposals for using tax incentives to create even more …”

In the penultimate graph, the paper chides their candidate for not clearly explaining to us just how important it is to jack up taxes on families making more than $250,000 to marginally reduce the huge deficit he and Obama have run up … well, actually they did not mention the deficit.

It ends by lecturing us to not cave in to fear and division.

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