Sunday, May 30, 2010

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Saturday, May 29, 2010



“My thoughts a
re with the Nevadans who are struggling to find a job and the family members who share their frustration.

I want them to know that I have been working hard to take steps to help crea
te jobs so we can put more Nevadans back to work and I won’t stop until our state’s economy is back on track.”
— Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev.

“I am very concerned about the thousands of Nevadans who are out of work through no fault of their own. This is an extremely tough time for them and their families.

I remain committed to attracting new
businesses to Nevada, especially in the area of renewable energy. I am also focused on seeking ways to encourage existing businesses in Nevada to expand.”
— Gov. Jim Gibbons

g Nevada’s economy around and creating jobs must continue to be our top priority.

Today’s unem
ployment numbers provide further evidence that we must continue to pursue policies to diversify Nevada’s economy by investing in renewable energy that will bring good jobs to our state.”
— Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev.

“The latest unemployment numbers reflect how much Nevadans are hurting and how little Washington is doi
ng to address the economy.

We need to focus on lowering unemployme
nt by reducing the tax burden on small business, the engine of our economy, and stop Washington’s out-of-control spending which will continue to weaken our already struggling economy.”
—Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev.

“My number one priority in Congress is to turn our nation’s economy around and get Ne
vadans back to work. Growing government, increasing the national debt, and raising taxes is not the answer to fixing our economy. Many of the government policies today are standing in the way of innovation, growth and economic recovery.

Unfortunately, too many Nevadans are feeling the affects of these failed policies.”
— Rep. Dean Heller, R-Nev.

“This morning’
s depressing figures are another reminder that Harry Reid’s priorities lie elsewhere. He is all-consumed with securing his own reelection, forgetting the daily struggles of jobless Nevadans.

The recent
unemployment numbers again indicate empty promises and continued neglect of Nevadans’ needs.”
— Sue
Lowden, Republican U.S. Senate candidate

ies continue to gather around the kitchen table deciding which bills they can pay and how to keep a roof over their heads.

Until Washington realizes that increased regulation and taxes do not create an
environment for job creation, our friends and neighbors are going to continue to suffer.”

— Joe Heck, Republican candidate for Congressional District 3

Get Ready to Change Your Neighborhood! Las Vegas

Imagining a Better Neighborhood, the emphasis behind WeSaveUMore stems from the need to empower 15 unemployed people in the Las Vegas area, ultimately replicating to other hub cities. We believe that "working" empowers sustainable value shifts of the paradigm: we do this to help others provide for their families.

Members of WeSaveUMore can take advantage of daily sales events featuring neighborhood merchants and establishments where they can eat, shop or play at discounts up to 80%. Neighborhood merchants gain our members as new customers.

The benefits are shared by all: the merchants, members of our social community, visitors to Las Vegas & most importantly; the people of this community who can once again hope for a brighter tomorrow: as they wait for the local economy to rebound!

While price shopping, coupon clipping and bargain seeking to stretch the dollar is an idea whose time has come, this trend is the catalyst behind