President Barack Obama jets into Las Vegas on Thursday. He’ll hobnob with the martini crowd at a "Save the Endangered Harry Reid" fundraiser. Then, on Friday morning, the president will give an economic speech at UNLV.
Let me be the first to welcome you (again) to Las Vegas. And may I also add, Mr. President, that your economic policies S-T-I-N-K.
Las Vegas is ground zero for mortgage foreclosures. Nevada’s unemployment rate is at 14 percent, and nationally the mortgage crisis has taken a dip to the downside.
Your promise that this would be "the summer of recovery," well … it’s anything but.
Your formula for economic turnaround — double-down deficit spending and increased taxes — is simply not working.
You ran on the theme of hope and change.
Change it back. Please.