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Speaker-of-the-Weak’s Weak Defense

Gov. Brian Sandoval’s political shop has come to the rescue for Speaker-of-the-Weak John Hambrick with a slick, very lame Emensesque 4-page mailer claiming that “special interest groups” are trying to recall Hambrick for “their own selfish agenda.”

Um, the “special interest group” is a committee of voters from within Hambrick’s assembly district and their agenda is to keep Hambrick from voting to raise their taxes.  But why let facts get in the way of dishonest political propaganda, right?

But the biggest knee-slapping whopper is this tag line about Hambrick…

“HONEST LEADERSHIP.  RESULTS WITH INTEGRITY.”

Oh, come on.  The guy flat-out lied about the reason he removed conservative, anti-tax Assemblywoman Michele Fiore as Majority Leader and Chair of the Taxation Committee shortly after conservatives elected him Speaker-designate in December.

And integrity?  Are you kidding?

Hambrick signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge promising his constituents and the people of Nevada that he would “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.”

But since becoming Speaker, he has actively supported both SandRINOval’s Billion Dollar Tax Hike, as well as Assemblymen Paul Anderson and Derek Armstrong’s Billion Dollar-PLUS mutated tax hike.

If that’s integrity, Hitler was a humanitarian.

It’s sad when a conservative is lured over to the Dark Side.

But it’s sickening when they still try to pretend they didn’t sell out.

John Hambrick is a dishonest, double-dealing, back-stabbing, fork-tongued sell-out whose word is as good as Sen. Tax Hike Mike Roberson’s.

I hope he gets jock itch.

P.S.  The mailer, by the way, was a complete, total waste of money, as will become evident in the coming days.  Stay tuned…

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