It’s 1:45 a.m.

And yes, we are still here blogging. At least Jeff and I are. We’re drinking lots of beer too. One got hammered and went to bed. Another’s wife called him to bed (really he’s just old). But we’ll keep the light on for a little while longer.

14 comments

  1. Mike Hassinger says:

    I think too many people wrote off Hank Johnson too early. I think this is a whole new ball game, and I really hope he wins.

  2. griftdrift says:

    What’s interesting about the McKinney runoff is that none of the people that crossed over to vote against Reed won’t be able to vote in that thing. I’m right about that aren’t I?

    Talk about a bit of chaos in the theory!

  3. Mike Hassinger says:

    Yep, you are correct. You hippie liberals who feel all “dirty” for voting Republican today will have to leave the heavy lifting to us. (I kid).

    But the no-shows today can still vote -though statisically and historically, no one who skips a primary shows up for a primary run-off.

  4. Bull Moose says:

    Checked into the hotel (damn I forgot to eat at the Cagle party) and have NO IDEA where to get something to eat…

    What do people think Ralph is going to do next? Is he going to seek revenge? Go away? Move away (I seriously heard that rumor)? What? Do you think Bush will appoint him as an Ambassador (fat chance)? Will he really rally behind Cagle? What about the Reed supporters that were lying and threatening the Cagle supporters all day? What about the GOP organizations that were so antagonistic toward the Cagle operation (almost 60%)? And, yeah, I hate to say it, the losers of this election, people like Cecil Stanton, who even in the face of overwhelming facts, still turned a blind eye and deaf ear to the facts? How about Lynn Westmoreland and Zell Miller (who I might add, has 0 credibility left anymore)?

    And finally, how about the fact that more people voted in the Democratic primary than the Republican primary? I was really surprised by that…

    Come on some of you I know have some good insight to those questions and likely have your own…

    Oh, and finally, was it me, or did the Cagle Victory Party feel exciting, positive, and motivating!?! Man, I really do think that a new day is finally here in Georgia politics!

    Thank you Casey!

  5. Erick says:

    I think Ralph is going to work hard to redeem himself — if he can. He’ll disappear for several years. Go eat Bull. All that drinking on an empty stomach is sooo college. heh.

  6. Bull Moose says:

    Ralph should get in touch with Ralph. He needs to grow up and be a real man. If there were exit polls, I think you would find that people just didn’t trust him or find him credible. I don’t think it was as much about Abramoff as they just didn’t want to go down that Ralph Reed negative politics road.

    I’m calling it a night kids! I know there will be so much Monday Morning Quarterbacking tomorrow!

    Erick, heck, maybe Reed will start taking to the blogs, wouldn’t that be a hoot?

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