(via Fresh Loaf) Gov.-elect Nathan Deal today named more everyday folk lobbyists to the list of folks who will help build the Gainesville Republican’s administration. Included among the new names … Continue Reading Georgia’s ethically challenged new governor already confirming suspicions
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Five staples of campaign commercials for those seeking office in Georgia: 1. Starched blue jeans; 2. Claims they are being unfairly attacked; 3. Children as props; 4. A vaguely rural … Continue Reading Foghorn Leghorn for govenah
Consensus isn’t always a good thing. During their 9,321st debate Tuesday night, gubernatorial candidates Roy Barnes and Nathan Deal agreed that 1.) marijuana should not be decriminalized; 2.) gay marriage … Continue Reading When they agree, they’re wrong
Karen Handel got what she paid for: In some, but not all, cases, Palin charges campaigns for travel expenses. Georgia Republican gubernatorial hopeful Karen Handel, for example, shelled out nearly … Continue Reading What do Sarah Palin and karma have in common?
The crook‘s lead is down to five. A run-off seems increasingly likely. Deal, 45% Barnes, 40% Monds, 5% Undecided, 10%
Compelling evidence indicates that Georgia’s next governor used his position in Congress to enhance his personal holdings. And still he’s broke, “effectively insolvent,” according to the AJC. Voters have been … Continue Reading Georgians would rather vote for a crook than a Democrat
Even though Dale Peterson couldn’t win his bid to be Alabama’s agriculture commissioner, he’s become a cult hero of sorts to the Palinites who seem to enjoy being yelled at … Continue Reading Nathan Deal turns to gun-toting Alabama hothead for support
Nathan Deal’s sordid resume may finally be catching up with him, according to Insider Advantage: Deal (R) 42% Barnes (D) 42% Mondes (L) 5% Undecided 11% And it could get … Continue Reading A corrupt birther is one thing, but a BROKE corrupt birther …
SurveyUSA gives Nathan Deal an 11 percent lead over Roy Barnes in its latest poll. Only 30 percent of voters 18-34 say they will vote for the former governor, with … Continue Reading Will young voters send an ethically challenged ‘birther’ to the governor’s office?
Know your GOP nominee: U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal, a Republican candidate for governor in 2010, personally intervened with Georgia leaders to preserve an obscure state program that earns his company … Continue Reading Oh, and he’s also corrupt
Because Roy Barnes pushed to end tenure, teachers made it their mission to defeat him, electing corrupt goober Sonny Perdue instead. Politicians demand accountability from the teachers union at their … Continue Reading Will teachers help elect a gay-bashing birther?