Skip to comments.Reid Statement on Nevada’s February Employment Report
Posted on 03/28/2014 3:37:19 PM PDT by mdittmar
Washington, D.C. Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement today on Nevadas February employment report which indicated Nevadas unemployment rate fell to 8.5%:
Todays Nevada employment report shows that we continue to see signs of economic growth in the Silver State. 8.5% is still a high rate of unemployment, and for this reason we need to ensure that we extend unemployment insurance for those who are struggling to make ends meet by no fault of their own. Their need is real, and next week I hope to have a final vote to extend these emergency benefits for thousands in Nevada who need to feed their families, and keep a roof over their head. As always, I stand resolute in my commitment to hard working Nevada families.
Dingy, you can rant and piss and wail about how your fellow Nevadans are hurting, but without support from the House, which I hope is NOT forthcoming, you can do anything but run your mouth.
Unemployment benefits - the NEW WELFARE. And as soon as they get on unemployment, they apply for disability. That can take a couple of years. But in the meantime they got the unemployment to live on.
The LIVs got it all figured out. Oh, and they’ll prolly qualify for food stamps, et al.
Translation: Economy not good enough for at least a 51% majority of the voting public to not be depending on MEEEE the next time I have to get re-elected.
Why does anyone even listen to a known thief and liar?
The Hiry Reed is a VILE, EVIL, little minded Girlie Man BULLY LIAR! The EPITOME of a DEMOCRAT!
Well, it’s a good thing that crazy nut-case Sharron Angle didn’t win. Boy, NV dodged a big one there.
Dingy harry’s grand daughter should be arrested for receipt of stolen property
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