What is it with these GOP Congressmen from Georgia?
Last summer, Lynn Westmoreland said the following about Barack Obama: “Just from what little I’ve seen of her and Mr. Obama, Sen. Obama, they’re a member of an elitist-class individual that thinks that they’re uppity.” You don’t need a dog-whistle to hear racial tinging with the word “uppity”. especially for someone who lives in Georgia. Westmoreland was reelected,but the stupid comment lives on. Yesterday, GOP | Read More »
First Salvo in the Guerrilla Campaign of 2008-2010
From the diaries by Jeff Let me be the first to congratulate Representative Paul Broun to be the first to fire a shot at the Obama Agenda! Damn proud to be a Georgian! Congressman Broun points to the “civilian security force” as examples of his agenda and how it follows Marxist principles. He even takes it a step farther to remind people of how Hitler | Read More »
Is Broun Out of Money?
Roll Call is reporting: Having nearly expended his annual office budget by midyear, sources said on Tuesday that Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.) may be forced to seek assistance to manage the office’s day-to-day functions. At the same time, Broun’s office said it was unaware of any problems. According to Roll Call, the Congressman has spent nearly half of his $1.38 million office budget on letters, | Read More »
Paul Broun as the “Accidental Congressman”
I don’t often write blogs, or at least not as often as I probably should, but some things compel me to write down my thoughts. The primary in Georgia’s 10th congressional district is one such thing. First of all, let me start off by saying that I do not live in the 10th district. I am a soon-to-be college sophomore whose home is in Douglasville | Read More »
Paul Broun Probably Should Not Have Gone There
There are some things best left unsaid, but I sure am impressed he was willing to be this blunt. “It’s unfortunate that he doesn’t understand redemption and salvation and a changed life in accepting Jesus as lord and savior,” Broun said on WACG 90.7 FM in Augusta. “It’s not about religion but about a relationship with Jesus.” “Paul is wrong on that,” Fleming replied in | Read More »