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    Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle may be the darling of the Tea Party movement, but within the Nevada GOP community, the conservative hopeful has been criticized as "a very difficult person," "an ultra-right winger" and someone the state "can't rely on" to be their representative in Washington.

    A growing number of Nevada Republicans are expressing skepticism over Angle's Senate candidacy. Some are even signaling they may not vote for the GOP contender over Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in November.

    Mayor Geno Martini, the Republican mayor of Sparks, Nev., bucked his own party this week when he endorsed Reid over Angle.

    Because the Democrats had two real back-toback waves (or one on-going realignment), our vapid media "sees" a wave for the splintered and frayed R's.  But Rand Paul and Sharron Angle are the tip of the spear destroying the GOBP's credibility as policymakers.

    Yeah, well, I'll believe a R wave when I see some evidence of anything other than the normal mid-term downcycle.

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