Last winter, Senate candidate Jack Kingston said kids should pay a little something or work for school lunches to build character. I didn’t notice that fellow candidate David Perdue put him on blast for that statement.
The play callers on the Dem Team must be out of touch with the average Americans because that statement in a statewide discussion would bring many unlikely voters to the polls. The statement could divide the GOP voters who supported Kingston in the primary if they felt Perdue was tossing Jack under the bus. Do we see Jack campaigning with Perdue in southeast Georgia? In the next two debates, the reporters should ask Perdue how he feels about the school lunch issue today because if he vacillates, the far Right wing of their party might bounce on him.
Would my Black Republican friends please screen the TV ads before they air? Geez. We know the Dems need unlikely voters to turnout but the energy is weak so far. Obama supporters weren’t making the connection between Michelle Nunn winning and Obama avoiding a Republican controlled U.S. Senate that might impeach him. Then, these GOP geniuses starting these out of context pictures of Nunn and Obama smiling together…”Michelle Nunn will work for Obama’s liberal agenda.” Thanks to those one zillion ads, unlikely voters now get the importance of voting and for the record, the picture was taken at a President Bush event.
These are the same fools who might have beaten Rep. Sanford Bishop a few years back in they stayed on the fiscal issues but instead they started saying constructed character crap and that’s when my community got busy in defense of the homie.
“Michelle Nunn is a liberal.” Let’s see, how many liberals would “I love conservatives” Zell Miller appear with in an ad. Hell, she is Sam Nunn’s daughter. Senator Sam Nunn was one of the last Dixiecrats; he did what he wanted to do when he wanted to do it because he wanted to do it. I was on the Hill as a staffer in the Georgia delegation at the time and Senate Nunn was in a party of one; he was a moderate between the two parties. The peach doesn’t fall to far from the tree.
Barrack Obama went into the White House with the hope of working across party lines or even erasing said lines altogether. It didn’t happen and both parties basically suck today. Nunn and Perdue are both refreshing outsiders but Nunn wants to build bridges and find solutions. Perdue seems like a pleasant fellow but he is bring zany Sen. Ted Cruz, the biggest Obama hater in Congress, to the peach state to campaign for him….birds of a feather.