Proposed amendment to the Senate’s stimulus
(which I am sending to GA Sen. Saxby Chambliss) Every federal taxpayer dollar sent to states and local governments (to get them out of the hole they created) must be matched by $3 in actual cuts at given government’s level. Get a $1 for every $3 you cut. Right your ship, cut spending, and move on. If other states and localities are refusing federal bailout | Read More »
Some of Gov. Palin’s Georgia speech.
(The CNN video doesn’t work here. Go to the Hot Air link.) Via Hot Air, which also links to a 53/46 Chambliss/Martin split. And she’s certainly still able to draw a crowd, yesno?
Georgia remains as red as the clay for Chambliss
Fifty-eight and counting for the Democratic Party in the United States Senate, and should incumbent Republican Saxby Chambliss lose to Jim Martin on this Tuesday’s run-off election, only one Republican vote would be required to invoke cloture to end filibusters. A President Barack Obama and the Democrats in Congress would have a blank check to enact most all of their legislative dreams of the past | Read More »
You CAN afford to go to Georgia! And attend a Sarah rally!
Though we are running close on time… Anyone can contact the GaGop andvolunteer to “get-out-the-vote”. As of last Friday, they were willing to payfor airfare and lodging to those that could volunteer their time from Fridaythe 28th to Wed Dec 3rd. The GaGop can be reached (202)421-3651 &[email protected] And…ATTEND A RALLY BY SARAH! ATLANTA—U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) today confirmed that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin | Read More »
Sarah to campaign for Saxby
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will take time off from her work of preparing the operating and general FY09 budgets for her state (due December 10) and travel to Georgia to campaign with Saxby Chambliss, according to the incumbent Senator.
Who’s campaigning for Chambliss?!
Georgia’s Sen. Saxby Chambliss, a Republican, won most of the votes in his state’s race for U.S.Senate, but not enough to avoid a runoff with his challenger. (What’s his challenger’s name? Oh, I forgot, I don’t care.) The most important part of this race, which will be decided with another vote in December, is that Republican’s desperately need to hold on to as many senate | Read More »
Time to Get Real and Save the Senate
Let’s be brutally honest. Barack Obama is going to win the presidential election, and probably by a lot. We’ll avoid recriminations and “I told you so”s and second guessing here. Let’s just face the reality. Obama is trading at 84 on in-trade. Overnight quickie polls show the public overwhelmingly thinks Obama won last night’s debate – which probably has less to do with any “objective” | Read More »
, elizabeth dole
, gordon smith
, Mitch McConnell
, Norm Coleman
, Ted Stevens
Apparently the Senate Believes in Two Wrongs Deserve a Third
Americans for Tax Reform has been keeping track of the energy debate on their blog and tracking those Senators who are part of the Gang of Sixteen (formerly the Gang of Ten)and criticizing them for supporting energy solutions that increase taxes. Well, to add insult to stupidity (or something like that), some of the “Gang’s” members have also decided to join another group – the | Read More »