Clayton and I Need Press Passes, Governor

RedState, the premier Republican group blog on the net (Clayton and I are CEO and CFO, respectively) has a side blog dedicated to the election of Lynn Freakin’ Swann in Pennsylvania. That blog, SwannBlog, says Future Governor Swann is coming to Georgia for an event hosted by Governor Perdue.

Uh, Governor, Clayton and I would appreciate press passes. We really would. Nick? Leigh Ann? Patrick? Somebody?

7 comments

  1. emily says:

    First time, no go? Try, try again. Nonetheless, let’s think about the real results from the polls not sponsored by candidates. Oh, here’s one! Perdue vs. Cox within the MARGIN OF ERROR! According to (usually right-leaning) pollsters (Fox, etc), Perdue and Cox are head-to-head. See below. No poll EVER showing Taylor ahead of Cox, and now she’s within the MOE with Perdue. When Perdue’s own spokesperson speaks of the race as tight (with Cathy only), it is worthy of note.

    Insider Advantage Article

    (Note to Emily: Please avoid copyright issues by using links, summaries, and excerpts. Thanks – Clayton)

  2. HJ Bailey says:

    Looking at that poll info that Emily gave, the governor may need to be worried about raising more money for himself than Swann.

  3. atlantaman says:

    Of course the Governor’s spokesman said the race is tight. I don’t care if you’re ahead by 20 points, you still need to give the perception the race is tight.

    Personally I believe the race will be tight but the fact the Gov’s spokesman said it would be tight it irrelevant. What do you expect him to say, “Republicans don’t give us any money or waste your time voting in November, we’ve got this one in the bag.”

  4. Bill Simon says:

    Brian, quite honestly, I don’t think Miss Emily had to expend too much time writing her paragraph of analysis and copyying an article into her post. For those of us with two hands, a brain, and at least one eye that operates, her post could have been accomplished by most politically-oriented people in pretty short order.

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