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The most crooked governor in a lifetime

Those who’ve been paying attention know that Sonny is a crook, routinely violating state law.

“It shall be unlawful for any full-time public official who has statewide powers, for himself or on behalf of any business, or for any business in which such public official or member of his family has a substantial interest to transact any business with any agency.”

Now this:

In September 2009, Gov. Sonny Perdue and two men who run the governor’s trucking company met in the Georgia Ports Authority in Savannah with a half-dozen state employees

The purpose: Grow Perdue’s private business.

“The governor wanted to know if there are any particular services which we feel could help them here,” wrote Chip Hawkins, a sales manager at the ports, in an internal memo dated Sept. 21, 2009.

Not that anyone cares, as evidenced by the election of Nathan Deal.




One thought on “The most crooked governor in a lifetime Leave a comment

  1. He stinks, too bad the dems ran Mark Taylor against him. Will Deal be any better? Sad Ga rejected Handel. Last good Guv was Zell.

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