Who do you support for Governor in Ge...
OMTE

Ford City, PA

#1987 Jan 31, 2014
AnyoneButDeal wrote:
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If Deal was a Democrat? Democrats have a bit more class than having Deal to represent them. I'm not going back to point to it as proof but I actually opposed Barnes as being governor the last time that he ran. Barnes knows why and he was told so at the time. All Barnes had to do was to step up and he failed. It appears that his running was all a show. Neither he nor Deal was on my list.
People change. Barnes changed. Zell Miller changed. Deal cannot change because his one goal is to regain the fortunes that his family lost in their business. He's bound to get a fortune back and his governorship is his ticket. His win, our loss.
Deal is a bigger laughing-stock embarrassment for Georgia than any governor before him.
Goober Deal - no deal.
Didn't Gov.Deal used to be a bluedog Democrat...?
And ain't he a still a RINO? Which is the same thang or worse?*just askin*
I know illegal immigration and drug trafficking, by illegal aliens... Has increased since he became Gov. of Georgia... Even when some of the toughest laws have been passed to stop it in Ga... Yep... He sounds like a lying a$$ Democrat to me, anyways...:(
Ya'll bluedogs and RINOs should be campaigning for him... He's one of ya'll, looks like to me, anyways...
*just sayin*
Hey, Gov. Deal... Get off your a$$ and do what you were put in there for... Get rid of the ILLEGAL ALIENS... Or find another job, ya little fat blueboy!
AnyoneButDeal

United States

#1988 Jan 31, 2014
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Didn't Gov.Deal used to be a bluedog Democrat...?
Well he is a dog, a junkyard dog, and claimed to be a Democrat but he never was a "bluedog Democrat".

"Deal was first elected to Congress in November 1992 as a Democrat, succeeding eight-term incumbent Ed Jenkins in Georgia's 9th congressional district. He was re-elected as a Democrat in 1994. However, on April 11, 1995, shortly after Republicans assumed control of the US House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years, Deal joined the Republican Party, which was led by Speaker Newt Gingrich, a fellow Georgian. Years later, Gingrich said that Deal became a Republican because he liked what he saw in the Contract On America."

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AnyoneButDeal

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#1989 Jan 31, 2014
"The Office of Congressional Ethics released a report on March 29, 2010, that concluded Deal appeared to have improperly used his office staff to pressure Georgia officials to continue the state vehicle inspection program that generated hundreds of thousands of dollars a year for his family’s auto salvage business. Deal stated:“I have done nothing wrong and am not going to let this tarnish my (..) record of public service”"

Too late, you are tarnished. Just goes to show that anybody can and do get elected under the GOP banner in Georgia, and Alabama.

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Patriot

Savannah, GA

#1990 Jan 31, 2014
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AnyoneButDeal

United States

#1991 Jan 31, 2014
"When Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” staff yesterday decided what to make fun of on last night’s episode, Atlanta and its woeful response to the snow and ice Tuesday was an easy target.

And being the Yankees that they are, they referenced Paula Deen,“Deliverence,”“Gone With the Wind” and “Driving Miss Daisy.” Stewart mines humor out of Governor Nathan Deal’s comment that this storm was “unexpected” and noted The Weather Channel is based here. Plus, Mayor Kasim Reed ironically was receiving a “Georgian of the Year” award from Georgia Trend just as the you know what was hitting the fan Tuesday."
Must see video:
http://radiotvtalk.blog.ajc.com/2014/01/31/jo...

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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#1992 Jan 31, 2014
WhatAboutMe wrote:
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Anybody but Goober Deal.
Anybody but idjut Bush.
Thank God for PRESIDENT Obama.
You mean.... thank the devil for that loser you voted for TWICE. rotfl
You gulllible libroids just crack me up.

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AnyoneButDeal

United States

#1995 Feb 1, 2014
Deal by sector, Note: there is no Joe "Voter" Blow sector in the top money, just doctors, lawyers and land Deals:
Health Professionals $591,565
Lawyers & Lobbyists $560,757
Real Estate $295,441
Candidate Committees $295,365
Hospitals & Nursing Homes $258,700
General Contractors $187,225
Insurance $171,591
Miscellaneous Manufacturing & Distributing $155,907
Commercial Banks $137,925
Beer, Wine & Liquor $124,350
Agricultural Services & Products $112,421
Pharmaceuticals & Health Products $111,950
Retail Sales $101,347

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#1996 Feb 1, 2014
AnyoneButDeal wrote:
"When Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” staff yesterday decided what to make fun of on last night’s episode, Atlanta and its woeful response to the snow and ice Tuesday was an easy target.
And being the Yankees that they are, they referenced Paula Deen,“Deliverence,”“Gone With the Wind” and “Driving Miss Daisy.” Stewart mines humor out of Governor Nathan Deal’s comment that this storm was “unexpected” and noted The Weather Channel is based here. Plus, Mayor Kasim Reed ironically was receiving a “Georgian of the Year” award from Georgia Trend just as the you know what was hitting the fan Tuesday."
Must see video:
http://radiotvtalk.blog.ajc.com/2014/01/31/jo...
Best was....National Weather Service is located in Atlanta....incredible....

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new

Carnesville, GA

#1997 Feb 1, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Best was....National Weather Service is located in Atlanta....incredible....

hey dummy..........there is a difference between the weather channel and the national weather service........

of course conservatives dont really expect libroids to know such things.........

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new

Carnesville, GA

#1998 Feb 1, 2014

Pennington is the best candidate of anyone running.........

http://www.davidforgeorgia.com/

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OMTE

Ford City, PA

#1999 Feb 1, 2014
new wrote:
Pennington is the best candidate of anyone running.........
http://www.davidforgeorgia.com/
I watched his little campaign video... I didn't like it....
He said nothing about illegal immigration or stopping it...
Or how he was going to do anything, really... I don't like him.
Seems the best thing he's good at, is mudslingin...
And I tryed to research him, but it seems there's not a whole lot about him, anywhere...
He is the Mayor of Dalton, Ga. Right? Well, didn't you say on the senate thread... That Dalton's carpet business, had been taken over, by illegal aliens... I think this dude, maybe "Doo" on the senate thread... Still like him?
I think Pennington is a mudslinging RINO... That is not in touch with the people of Ga... And doesn't care about the real concerns, of alot of Ga. Citizens... Like ending abortion-on-demand, getting rid of illegal aliens, and the legalization of reefer.
My honest opinion of Pennington, is... He's just like Obama, but looks like my grandma and is the last person Ga. needs in the Governor Mansion... But that's just me....

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#2000 Feb 1, 2014
new wrote:
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hey dummy..........there is a difference between the weather channel and the national weather service........
of course conservatives dont really expect libroids to know such things.........
hey dummy...tell the Conservative FUCK*P Gov, as he ignored both....

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OMTE

Ford City, PA

#2001 Feb 1, 2014
If John Barrow would have a meeting with God... Become a Republican, be pro-life, quit being a harda$$ when comes to reefer, and publicly call Obama out, for being the socialist liar, that he is... Then he'd be my pick for Governor. But, I don't see it happening.
So the only other choice we have in my book, is Gov. Deal, again...
We're screwed...

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“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#2002 Feb 1, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> hey dummy...tell the Conservative FUCK*P Gov, as he ignored both....
That goes for Mayor Reed also, correct?

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#2003 Feb 1, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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That goes for Mayor Reed also, correct?
..Yes...But, would'nt the Gov be in charge of Interstate Highways?....

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“Registered Conservative”

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Draketown, GA

#2006 Feb 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>..Yes...But, would'nt the Gov be in charge of Interstate Highways?....
Maybe so, but the gridlock extended far beyond interstate issues. There were next to none in the way of alternate routes passable enough to get out of the city. There is reason to question officials in all state and city departments, school systems, and the general public themselves has to look in the mirror.

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#2007 Feb 2, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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Maybe so, but the gridlock extended far beyond interstate issues. There were next to none in the way of alternate routes passable enough to get out of the city. There is reason to question officials in all state and city departments, school systems, and the general public themselves has to look in the mirror.
Sadly, the mayor came off as just looking like another...Hank Johnson on Guam......elected for color over content....

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Georgian

Summerville, GA

#2008 Feb 2, 2014
That's the Dem way, isn't it? Color over content. If you don't vote for the black, you are a racist. If you don't support Obamacare, you are a racist. If you question Obama and Clinton's Benghazi antics, you are a racist who creates myths. Same with fast and furious and 20% of the country living off food stamps. Trust the Messiah Obama! After all, he is black. He's also an ACORN activist who is destroying the very fiber of America. But, of course, it is racist to say even that.
Ben Carson, Condoleeza Rice, Alan West, Herman Cain, either of these great Americans would make a great President.
They have character and all love America. Is that why Dems hate them?

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AnyoneButDeal

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#2009 Feb 2, 2014
Georgian wrote:
That's the Dem way, isn't it? Color over content. If you don't vote for the black, you are a racist. If you don't support Obamacare, you are a racist. If you question Obama and Clinton's Benghazi antics, you are a racist who creates myths. Same with fast and furious and 20% of the country living off food stamps. Trust the Messiah Obama! After all, he is black. He's also an ACORN activist who is destroying the very fiber of America. But, of course, it is racist to say even that.
Ben Carson, Condoleeza Rice, Alan West, Herman Cain, either of these great Americans would make a great President.
They have character and all love America. Is that why Dems hate them?
You speak with forked tongue. You cannot say all your own racist stuff in one paragraph and then turn around and try to kiss up to blacks by naming less than a dozen blacks out of millions that YOU think are brilliant. What a slap in their face. Wow.

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#2010 Feb 2, 2014
Not sure if i would be waving Benghazi too much...since the Senate's Investigation revealed, that Chris Steven's twice turned down offers of additional security from our Commanding General in the African region, just before 9/11........kinda makes screaming at Susan Rice, 24/7 ....seem kinda petty and snotty, don't it?.....

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