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Paul squared spells embarrassment for Georgia

I have a bad feeling that Paul Broun is going to come away with the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate in 2014. That may be good news for presumptive Democratic nominee Michelle Nunn, but potentially bad news for Georgia,

Democrats think a Broun win could catapult them to an upset, noting how voters in Missouri and Indiana rejected GOP wingnuts. I’d love to think Georgians would reject Broun but I wouldn’t bet money on it.

If Broun gets as far as I fear, blame Ron Paul’s endorsement of the Athens doctor who “believes that global warming is a hoax, the Earth is 9,000 years old and evolution, embryology and the big-bang theory are ‘lies straight from the Pit of Hell’.” If he gets Ted Cruz’ backing, this race is over.

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  1. I don’t like Broun either, but Michelle Nunn will be an utterly predictable liberal: no restrictions on abortion; health care for everyone, paid for by those who work; amnesty for illegal aliens, including those from Islamic countries; more “jobs” legislation that mysteriously will not work. I like Jack Kingston, but after 20 years in D.C., he is part of the problem.

    Where are the conservative Democrats? Bill Clinton couldn’t get any traction in today’s Democratic party.

    The national parties have much more control over candidates than used to be the case, and near total control over those elected; someone like Michelle Nunn can never be her own person. That, not “Citizens United”, is what is ailing our politics.

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