GA Senate race: Karen Handel is the only one with cojones
With high profile support from Sarah Palin, and now the American Future Fund, it’s very possible that Handel can accomplish it.
I hope she does.
Of all the candidates, she is the only one to show pure backbone. As my uncle used to say “if the queen had balls, she’d be king,” Karen’s got ’em where the other candidates don’t. Where they’ve got resumes, she’s got scars. Where they have degrees, she has life lessons.
This is not to say that Kingston, Broun, and Gingrey are without merit, but they are more properly in the House, where they can be followers and group-thinkers. In the Senate, which the GOP is expected to take from the Democrats this year, we need pure cojones.
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David Perdue Is Wrong For Georgia
David Perdue is leading in the Georgia Republican Senate primary, according to the two latest polls. Who is David Perdue? None other than the cousin of former Governor Sonny “Good Ole Boy” Perdue. He has been a successful businessman as a former CEO of Reebok and Dollar General. But he is also a moderate Republican who is seeking to align himself with the establishment. Following | Read More »
Dr. Paul Broun Should Be Georgia’s Next Senator
The race to replace Saxby Chambliss as Georgia’s next Senator is already shaping up to be very competitive. The presumptive Democratic nominee is Michelle Nunn, daughter of former Senator Sam Nunn. There are eight Republican candidates; five of them being major contenders. They are: Congressman Paul Broun, Congressman Phil Gingrey, Congressman Jack Kingston, former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel, and businessman David Perdue. For | Read More »
After a spiral to irrelevancy a decade in the making, the Democratic Party of Georgia feels their thirst for political revival may finally be nigh. Their plan starts with electing a new chairman and convincing themselves that Michelle Nunn can win a Senate seat as a non-incumbent in a midterm year, a feat not achieved statewide for the party since 1998. As far as the | Read More »
Live from Macon, GA: My Take on the Georgia Senate Race
Here in Middle Georgia, fresh from making buttermilk peach ice cream from a fresh crop of Georgia peaches to go with my wife’s homemade pound cake, comes word that Republicans are worried about Georgia. With this article circulating from The Hill about the state of the GOP primary in Georgia, more folks have emailed asking for my thoughts. I’ve put them off to let the | Read More »