A Different Mindset for Senate Leadership

Barack Obama threw down the gauntlet with his, “make no mistake about it.” The people of America picked it up and ran it through his policies and Harry Reid as chief obstructionists.

Last night Georgians and the rest of America rallied behind the Republican candidates to deliver a clear and unmistakable message. The key to understanding this rally is that word, “candidates.”

Georgians and Americans did not deliver such a blow to Democrats because they were so enamored with the Republican party. Continue reading

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Tired of Negative Ads? Let’s End This Tomorrow

Republican candidates flew around as a united team today. I was with a large crowd in Albany to cheer the candidates on. Senator Johnny Isakson introduced David Perdue.

David gave a brief campaign speech and drew big applause when he noted that when Republicans take majority control of the Senate, the new Chairman of the Veterans Affairs Committee will be Senator Johnny Isakson.

Governor Deal announced that for the 2nd year in a row, Georgia has been designated as the most business friendly state in the nation. Continue reading

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Predictions and Analysis for Tuesday

The following e-mail message was sent to Todd Rehm of the Georgia Pundit on Sunday afternoon, December 2014 with predictions and analysis.

Todd,

It is Sunday afternoon and I thought that I would give you my best guess on what will happen on Tuesday. I’m not sending my thoughts to anyone else. You are holding this in escrow. Run it if you want after Tuesday. Continue reading

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Minimum Wage Increase Will Result in More Outsourcing

At last night’s debate, Michelle Nunn continued to avoid answering questions directly. At every opportunity she turned her answer to repeated attacks on David Perdue.

She refused to express any sense of disdain, disappointment, or even disagreement with the Georgia Democrat party for the hate-filled and divisive racial flyer sent to black families across Georgia. The flyer depicted little children in Ferguson, Missouri holding signs saying, “Don’t Shoot Me.” Continue reading

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“Georgians Together” – New York City Mayor Bloomberg and His Cronies Helping Michelle Nunn

Michelle Nunn has had a massive infusion of cash from an organization named, “Georgians Together.” In the past few days, the big news is that Georgians Together is primarily funded from New York and the Washington, DC area.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg invested $350,000 representing nearly 70% of the total donations to the fund. Bloomberg is best known for his penchant for depriving his citizens of everything from their 2nd Amendment rights to the ability to super size their soft drinks. Continue reading

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This Election IS About Obama and His Failed Policies

Yesterday in Kentucky, the Courier-Journal interviewed Democrat nominee for US Senate, Alison Lundergan Grimes. The reporter asked a simple question, “Did you vote for President Obama in 2008 and 2012?”

Her answer started with these words, “You know, this election isn’t about the President.” She went on to say, “I respect the sanctity of the ballot box.” She never said whether she did or did not vote for Barack Obama in 2008 or 2012.

Three days earlier in Perry at the US Senate debates, Michelle Nunn took a jab at David Perdue saying, “I am not sure that he recognizes that he is not running against Harry Reid or Barack Obama, he is running against me.” That was a punch she wished she never would have thrown. Continue reading

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