Las Vegas Review-Journal endorses Angle

Nevada’s largest newspaper, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, has endorsed Sharron Angle, R, in her bid to oust Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D.

The Review-Journal is the largest newspaper in the state. The newspaper also happens to have outsourced its copyright protection to an odious, predatory law firm that is making money by suing everyone who excerpts their work — including Sharron Angle’s campaign.

I don’t blame the editorial staff for this despicable situation, but I don’t want to be sued, so here’s the link, no excerpt.

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