By Susan Duclos
Harry Reid's threat to voters "Don't elect Mitt Romney because I won't work with him."
Yes I am paraphrasing but his public statement of "Mitt Romney's fantasy that Senate Democrats will work with him to pass his 'severely conservative' agenda is laughable," is a very good reason for voters to make sure they vote enough Senate Democrats out and replace them with Republican senators, so that Harry Reid is no longer the Senate majority leader and cannot control the Senate vote schedule and agenda.
The Senate under Reid's control has not passed a budget in over three years.
With the recent Associated Press-GfK poll that found that 47 percent of respondents felt that Mitt Romney would be better than Barack Obama in fixing Washington's gridlock, with only 37 percent thinking Obama could do so, it becomes paramount that the person leading the Senate not be the person that has let over 30 jobs bills and the budgets that passed in the House, die in the Senate, most of which never even being brought up for a vote because of Harry Reid's leadership, or lack thereof.
It is time to fire Harry Reid as Senate majority leader.
Republicans need a turnover of 4 seats to gain control of the Senate. If Romney wins the election, then three seats will bring it even and Paul Ryan would be the tie breaker.