34 representing Kennesaw and parts of west Marietta. There, the preferred candidate is Marietta lawyer Bert Reeves. Georgia Tech grad Reeves is a traditional conservative with a well demonstrated passion for serving this community and can be counted on to represent Cobb well, if elected.
Deal has proven to be a stronger and more effective governor than some had predicted. And he has been much more active and pro active than his immediate predecessor in that office.
1. We have career politicians not knowing (?) how much money the office they hope to achieve pays.,
2. Non historians quoting Jeremiah as defining the foundation for the three branches of government, not true, as that would define a tyranny, but makes a great sound bite,
5. Seeing truly lame touted as a reason to vote for an individual.
One of the premiere contests on this year's Republican Primary ballot is that for governor, where incumbent Nathan Deal is being challenged by Georgia school Superintendent Dr. John Barge and former Dalton Mayor David Pennington.
Barr and Pridemore are from Cobb, and a good argument can be made Air Max Ultra 90 Br
Amen and Amen! We need to Wake Up Georgia before May 20! There is an alternative to more of the same corruption and unethical leadership. Take a look at David Pennington. Not a career politician, a true limited government conservative that cut property taxes by 28% while Mayor of Dalton, GA. Nathan will not defend his record and debate his challengers in this race. Watch the debate this week on GPB on Thursday night. Nathan Deal will not be there.
While it might be tempting for conservatives to vote for the most far right conservative of their primary hopefuls, the better rule of thumb is that urged by conservative "founding father" William F. Buckley, who advised the best course was to "always support the rightwardmost candidate who is electable." That is, the Republican whose views are conservative yet still moderate enough to have appeal to substantial numbers of independent voters, who often provide the margin of victory in general elections. It will be decided May 20 or, as many predict, in a runoff.
WHEN IT COMES to political endorsements, this newspaper has long operated under the philosophy that if an incumbent has done a reasonable job, he or she deserves another term in office.
He has worked hard to make Georgia one of the most business friendly states in the country, as recently recognized with a No. 1 ranking by Site Selection magazine.
In short, Gov. Senate. Rep. Phil Gingrey of Marietta. It's probable there will be a runoff election to determine which of two finalists will face presumed Democratic nominee Michelle Nunn in November.
term. But we diverge from our usual endorsement philosophy when we come to District Air Max 90 Woven Phantom
Sorry folks, I support NONE of your 4 District 11 tier candidates Have you even listened to Colonel Mrozinski? Is your validation based on monies raised, not integrity?
4. Watching a career politician deny that fact, and then stating that he should have recorded his opponents comments for ideas
Four well known candidates (former Congressman Bob Barr, Barry Loudermilk, Ed Lindsey and Tricia Pridemore) and two lesser known ones (Larry Mrozinski and Allen Levene) are seeking to replace Gingrey. All are solid conservatives (although Barr wandered over to the Libertarian camp and back in the 2000s) and any one of the four leaders would be an improvement over many of the congressmen other states have inflicted on Capitol Hill.
While few doubt Deal's conservatism, he has been willing to work across party lines for the good of the state, as witnessed by his excellent working partnership with Democratic Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed on a number of items, most notably the push for federal funds for the deepening of the Port of Savannah. That project is crucial to ensuring Georgia is not bypassed by the large cargo ships that will dominate trade once the Panama Canal widening is complete.
3. Chastising retired military for accepting retirement money (no, I don't make this stuff up)
Deal deserves nod No shortage of good candidates in GOP Primary
I believe that the formerly defunct Earth Society (also known as the International Flat Earth Society or the International Flat Earth Research Society), as an organization which aims to further the idea that the Earth is flat instead of an oblate spheroid, should be ready to welcome a growing list of Republicans and also Democrats.
Knowing that this is the season as far as political campaigns go:
Incumbent Charles Gregory ran a "stealth" campaign in 2012, making little mention of his allegiance to Ron Paul and his movement and upsetting Rep. Judy Manning. Gregory repeatedly has been the sole vote (or one of just two or three votes) on his side of various issues. But voters send representatives to the Capitol to represent them and their district, not to embark on quixotic crusades. Gregory has carved a niche as the most ineffective legislator in Atlanta and shows no sign of changing. District 34 voters would be well advised to make a change May 20.
that Cobb would be best served Air Max 90 Ultra by having a home based congressman. Lindsey and Loudermilk can counter that they have experience in the state Legislature, where Lindsey was the House majority whip and Loudermilk a state senator. But of those nine, Fitz Johnson is the most conservative, a West Point grad with an entrepreneurial background that would be a breath of fresh air in the halls of the DoE offices downtown. Veteran Rep. Don Parsons has been a steady performer in District 44 and has earned another Nike Air Max 90 Green Black
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