She doesn't sound that crazy to me.The article in question, from The Wall Street Journal, gives a little background on Ms Sharron Angle.
While I believe taking down Senator Harry Reid is not going to be easy, I was interested in the article because it provides a broader picture of Ms Angle than just another "Tea Party" amateur. I am thinking it should be an interesting race. I am wondering if voter turnout will be high. In class♥ this last Friday we went over voting patterns and our text noted that in the 2004 National Election Nevada ranked 45th in the nation for "voting age population casting ballots", at 51.3%. In 2006, per the US Census Bureau, the turnout was 37.3%. In contrast, Massachusetts had a 50% turnout in the November 2006 election.
Regards — Cliff
♠ Professor Tom Smith is at the University of San Diego School of Law. Among the graduates of the Law School are my Son, Clifford, Theo Epstein, and a young woman at the table we were sitting at last evening at the Reception for the newly married Greg Page and Ratriey Dang. The young woman, who now practices law in New York City, noted that Professor Smith was fairly conservative.
♥ State and Local Government. The reason 2004 was picked is that we are at the end of the cycle for the current version of the textbook. The new book is due out any day now.