19 comments

  1. Tater Tate says:

    Don’t get your hopes up Bull cause Ralp commited no crime. He did what he was hired to do.

    And I don’t think these DC witch hunts have validity beyond the political points they are intended to make. Sad that our government has come to this.

  2. GAWire says:

    >>”””He did what he was hired to do.”””

    And, what exactly WAS that? All it takes is for Ralph to be associated with these crooks, and it seems that he was VERY associated with them in THIS process. More will come out, and this is only the beginning of the punishment, whether it is legal or political. Give it up.

    We can elect a Lt. Gov that has no elected experience, a sketchy past, and will spend the majority of the next couple of years testifying and defending himself in high-profile legal battles, which will be bad for the GOP, GA, and national politics in general . . . or, we can elect someone with proven experience, a good past, and someone that will work and produce for this state. Real hard decision. Think about this folks! Can we move on?

  3. Tater Tate says:

    No experience and a sketchy past? How old are you, 16?

    The list of Ralph’s accomplishments would require a book.

    You need to read history instead of rewriting it.

  4. GAWire says:

    Yes, I’m 16, yet I will still look older than Ralph and assuming I am head of my local College Republicans, then that would mean I have just as much elected experience as Ralph.

    Tater, I know Ralph and his experience from personally working with him . . . no wonder I am one of the many in that group that are strongly against his candidacy!

  5. Bull Moose says:

    Well, truth, honesty, and integrity are characteristics that are very important in my book and they are all characteristics that are lacking in Ralph Reed.

    It clearly states that the Feds are going after lobbying associates of Abramoff… Hmm… that MIGHT include a certain politician in Georgia…

    Tater Tate — I’m glad I don’t live in your world…

  6. GAWire says:

    Btw, I was being sarcastic when I said I was 16, in case you didn’t pick up on that; although, working in politics often makes me feel like I am back in high school again.

  7. Tater Tate says:

    Bull,

    You and McCain just gotta get over it. You don’t have a monopoly on truth, honesty, and integrity.

    We know why you hate Ralph.

    Nough said.

  8. Bull Moose says:

    I guess milking the tribes for millions of dollars through illegal schemes is okay in your book? And funny Tater Tate, it’s the Federal Judiciary that handed down the indictments, not Senator John McCain. But I guess the Fed’s are bitter against Reed too? Is that how the logic works in your mind?

    I do not hate Ralph. Period. End of Paragraph.

    I hate that the mess in Washington is what it is. I think that with a full investigation and trials, the truth will prevail. In the meantime, we must do our best to self medicate the situation and that entails, for me, to hold my elected officials accountable for their actions and to expect more out of my candidates.

    Yeah, I’m an idealist — I think our country deserves better!

  9. Tater Tate says:

    “Milking the tribes”…

    I though they did what the tribes paid them to do.

    No one has been found guilty yet and Ralph has not even been called as a witness, much less charged.

    McCain–your man–is obviously behind this.

    In my mind there is little difference to this witch hunt than bringing the oil companies to Washington to say they made too much money, or investigatging the salaries of CEOs. This is not Republican, but then neither is McCain and I wonder about you at this point.

  10. Bill Simon says:

    Tater, ever heard of the RICO laws? Methinks Ralphie Poo’s actions and influencing of certain politicians in Alabama and Texas will make for quite the interesting investigation by the feds…

  11. Tater Tate says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you too Bill!

    And yes, anyone (McCain) who would consider even for a moment joining the Kerry campaign is not much of a Republican. This guy is always looking for a tv camera and is about the most self-absorbed politician in DC.

    And if I didn’t make it clear, I just don’t like him.

  12. Tommy_a2b says:

    I would like everyone to think about something. Just because McCain was a POW does not make him a good Republican. It does make him a good American Patriot but not a good Republican.

  13. Bull Moose says:

    So, to clarify, The Blackshear newspaper, federal judiciary, and Senator John McCain are all part of the liberal conspiracy to bring down Ralph Reed? What because of his values?

    Tater Tate — you can spin it well man, but the point is that Abramoff did things both unethically and illegally and now Scanlon is assisting the prosecution and we’re likely going to find out that Reed was a part of it. It’s called laundering and it’s illegal. People go to jail for it. People have gone to jail for it. Families have been destroyed because of it.

    Until I see a joint presser with Ralph and the feds announcing his full cooperation in this investigation any defense that Ralph Reed puts out (especially since his story keeps changing) is just political spin and nothing more… He should go the way of the 8-track and become useless as he deserves to be at this point.

    And that’s the last post about this folks. Tater I’m not getting into a tit for tat with you over something so subjective. It’s Thanksgiving time and I’m just thankful that we live in a country where we can agree to disagree and have the spirited dialogue that we have. Rejoice and be thankful.

  14. Bill Simon says:

    “Good Republican”, “Bad Republican”, who gives a sh**?

    This “Republican Party” is looking more and more like the Nazi Party in terms of the “loyalty” oath people must adhere to in order to be deemed a “good” or a “bad” or a “RINO” Republican.

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