More Consideration of GOPeach

The majority of voters voted that they either did not care or thought GOPeach should not be voted off the island.

The issue is closed, for now. GOPeach has not risen to the level of the one person who was voted off the Peach Pundit island in its history.

51 comments

  1. Bill Simon says:

    Just a slight correction to the record: The previous individual who was thrown-off the island was not, technically, voted off by the PP bloggers. That decision solely rested with Erick and Clayton.

  2. geeze, i miss all the fun…

    -this ain’t jekyl island, it’s a peach plantation.

    -who is gopeach and what were her offense(s)? i’d like to read her stuff for a(n) (h)istoric perspective.

    -who got the honor of being the first peach tree borer to get hung out to dry?

    -the facts mens & spacygravy, the facts…

    Is anyone going to China Day in room 125 at the Gold Dome on Monday 2/12/07 11:30 to 1:45p.m.? They are doing the lion dance and the food is free and best of all my buddy Judson Hill will be there. What kind of Health Insurance Plan does China have?

  3. GOPeach says:

    THANK YOU
    THANK YOU
    THANK YOU
    THANK YOU

    Guys!!!! I am glad I have been given a 2nd Chance just like George Baily on ” It’s a Wonderful Life”

    I can hear a bell ring….
    tingalingaling….

    ” Teacher says everytime a bell rings-
    and Angel ( Erick) gets his wings!”

    Thank you ERICK!
    Thank you Bill, Dougie Buzz, Jace, Adam, etc…
    Thank you Jesus!

  4. GOPeach says:

    No I did not DISCUSS the P_PE!!!!

    I said that I know that it is not cool to dicuss the P_pe! Big difference Rugby.

    See there I am not going to do it!

  5. GOPeach says:

    FYI-

    I actually LOVE China’s healthcare plan.

    I know about it first hand because I have been there…. Here’s how it goes….

    Each family selects a physician to keep them well
    with herbs, acupucture, teas, etc.. and pays them $1K per year.

    IF a family member gets sick … It comes out of the physician’s pocket! They have the best healthcare program in the world with 2 billion people! Gotta keep the workforce healthy.

    I like this plan … ONLY $1K a year to stay well.

  6. DougieFresh says:

    Perhaps there could be a daily open thread, so there would be a place for GOPeach (and others) to express her exuberance in a safe and controlled manner. Also, PP readers could also use it to whine and complain about the broken “Recent Comments” list.

  7. GP,

    – i ain’t gonna do nothin to jeapordize my good standin on thuh plantation. my mom was the only protestant girl partially raised in a ca__t___ic boarding school in the 1920s. Remind me to tell you the story about when she started a garden one spring and the not-sams and pr__sts stomped it to china… guess what, she forgave them for their local religious persecution and went on to accomplish more good will in her life than all of them combined…

    -Whathisname Stripling spitting on my Dad’s shoes at the 1931 Macon Fair is another story, remind me to tell you.

    -yea, Erick, i vote for a perpetual, open, uncensored Ramble topic.

    the beekeepers at Georgia Improper

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/georgiaimproper

  8. dadgummet, erick, you gotta get me off this worker bee detail, i can’t be press agent to the stars if it demands a haircut, shave, goin out in public and givin up my velcros.

    The girls at

    http://www.georgiawomenvote.blogspot.com

    started a rumor about you. i set them straight, based solely on the assumption of the evidence that i gathered last week, while unsuccessfully trying to get you to throw your birkenstocks in the macon mayoral race.

    but i told them i would verify the authenticity of your willingness/or not to give up the captain peach plantation pajama set…

    quittin tine…

  9. Liberty Belle says:

    YES!

    GOPeach- You’re in ! Thank you Erick for making PP Island such a big tent. That is why Peach Pundit is the best! Out of all the blogs, I give Peach Pundit 2 thumbs up!

    I like the way you are letting Peach Pundit and GOPeach grow organically. Just let it happen. That’s the best and then we can all have a nice bowl of peaches and cream. Sweet!

  10. GOPeach says:

    David-

    I mentioned that:

    1. Jeff and Ralph Reed pooped.
    2. That Rudy needed to be Pro-Life.
    3. I prayed for Bill Simon to get healed.

    Non of these things are politically correct and
    I was about to get the pink slip…

    Whhhheeeeeeew – They all had mercy!
    God Bless America!

  11. mainstream GOP says:

    ;)..Peach, did I just witness you endorse a communist country’s healthcare system?..and agree that Doctors should pay for their patients sicknes?…maybe you arn’t such an ultra conservative afterall 😉

  12. debbie0040 says:

    Mainstream, who are you to criticize GOPeach? You said you would have voted for Democrat Steve Thompson had you been in his district and you criticized the type of campaign Dr. Grant ran against your friend, Democratic State Senator Steve Thompson.

    As for GOPEach and Liberty Belle being the same person becuase of the same IP. This is wrong. There is something called NAT, “In computer networking, the process of network address translation (NAT, also known as network masquerading, native address translation or IP-masquerading) involves re-writing the source and/or destination addresses of IP packets as they pass through a router or firewall. Most systems using NAT do so in order to enable multiple hosts on a private network to access the Internet using a single public IP address (see gateway). According to specifications, routers should not act in this way, but many network administrators find NAT a convenient technique and use it widely. Nonetheless, NAT can introduce complications in communication between hosts.”

    This means that big companies like ISP service provider Bellsouth, AOL and others will have many multiple IP’s assigned to their clients, but only one IP shows up to the world outside of their network.

    To see if NAT is in use in your network, go to start run then type in cmd. When the command prompt opens up, type in ipconfig and hit enter. You will see your internal IP. To see your external IP go to http://www.whatismyip.com and it will show you.

    As far as liberty bell supporting GOPeach, when I saw the attacks on Cindey Coates, I emailed many of her supporters to let them know. I am quite sure that some joined in on the discussion. Just like I am sure that Mainstrean, New world and others that were trashing Cindye were notified about the threads.

    Adam Fogle was way out of line for threatening to relase GOP peach’s email address. Brian Laures had his posting ability revoked for doing the same thing.

  13. debbie0040 says:

    Keep on posting Liberty Bell and congratultations to GOPEACH.

    GOPEACH, I look forward to your posts everyday. Keep it up. You are very entertaining and I love it when you tick off the guys 🙂

  14. Adam Fogle says:

    Adam Fogle was way out of line for threatening to relase [sic] GOP peach’s email address.

    I had no plan to do so – Erick and all other front pagers knew that – and in the end, I never released her information. Her IP address and e-mail, however, played a key role in her identity; which, at the time, was important.

    I only said it to send a message to GOPeach that we knew who she was and that we weren’t going to let her get out of control. She has a past, and that type of crap will not be tolerated on here.

    And that’s the end of my commenting on her.

  15. Jimbo says:

    From what I read about that NAT stuff, judging from an IP is not reliable because it just means they use the same internet provider. Just because the IP is the same means nothing.

    So you are going to start policing posters? Then do so with all not just the ones you don’t agree with.

  16. mainstream GOP says:

    Debbie, you continue to accuse me of trashing Cindye Coates while I have not, this is very irritating to me that you insist on imagining these posts say what you want them to, rather than actually reading them…yes I will admit, I was one of those who though GOPeach was Cindye, but after Erick confirmed otherwise, I apologized to GOPeach…and in fact, I condemend some of the petty insults that people hurled at Cindye..because in my oppinion that’s uncalled for, and I know Scott would never approve of those personal attacks…he and Cindye have done a good job to keep this an amicble race, but certain suppoters on both sides are hell bent on turning this a bloody battle…instead of lieing and accusing me of attacking Cindye, how bout you follow your candidate’s lead ans show Scott some respect instead of treating each post that you dont like as
    if it came straight out of his mouth…but I guess I couldn’t really hold you to such a high standard, as I remember how you were obsessed with attacking Casey Cagle durring the primary and then hypacritcally claiming Casey was making personal attacks at Ralph…You know, on second thought, keep up the good work..because it seems to help out our side more than yours.

  17. Jimbo says:

    Scott whould never approve of those personal attacks? Then tell me why does a member on his slate attack the current Cobb GOP administration? Johnson does nothing to defend or say anything positive about the current administration. His silence says a lot.Candidates don’t always attack themselves, they get their supporters to do it. That is campaign strategy.

    Are you so naive that you think the Cagle campaign ads did not attack Ralph personally? Cagle accused Reed of supporting forced abortions and child labor. Are you saying that is not a personal attack?

  18. Jimbo says:

    I can assure you Manistream the fact that Johnson has suporters like you and Bill Simon will lose him votes.

    I know a good many people that do respect Debbie’s opinion. Debbie has not trashed Scott Johnson in any way. She has just blasted Johnson supporters and Bob Koncerak for attacking the Cobb GOP and Cindye Coates.

  19. Jimbo says:

    Mainstream, let me refresh your memory in your previous postings:

    • mainstream GOP // Feb 5, 2007 at 3:43 pm
    Wow this is adicting, almost like my past smoking addiction..I better make this quick so I can get back to work.
    Im not stupid either, I seriously doubt Cindy would get any support from anyone in the state sentate after the above mentioned stunt she pulled on the Cagle campaign last year…maybe Bobby Franklin in the House, but he isn’t a very effective leader from what I can see..putting forth HB.1 that would eliminate all abortions in Georgia without so much as a provision for life of the mother situations, we all know how far that went…I’ve been told that Sharron Cooper and her are fairly close, but with her in the house leadership, I doubt she’d make an endorsement..plus she comes across as kind of moderate, whereas Cindy does not
    • mainstream GOP // Feb 5, 2007 at 3:52 pm
    youre
    right Casey is not stupid, that’s why he is backing Scott.
    most of Cobb’s Reps endorsed him, and Im sure they know all about the above mentioned stunt.

    Sure sounds like you are bashing Cindye to me. It is overt but you still are. Show me proof that Cagle andothers you mentioned are supporting Scott.

    I noticed in your previous posting you blasted me as well.

    I personally supported Ralph , but at no time was anyone told they could not join the Cobb GOP not were they shunned because of their support of Cagle. Judson is a good friend of mine as well.

    There was one person that was ignored and it was not because he supported Casey Cagle. He pulled some of the same shenanigans on the Cobb GOP that he pulled with the Karen Handel campaign and he was prohibited from having anything to do with the Handel campaign even after the primary. He lacks the maturity level to understand that because you are on opposite sides during a primary does not mean you are enemies. He doesn’t understand that there are certain lines you do not cross. You don’t try to make trouble and cause problems for an organization because their leaders individually support someone else. You don’t tell outright lies about people either as he did. Judson Hill and Chip Rogers are friends of mine and supported Cagle. The GOP members of the State Senate also supported Cagle, but that did not mean I turned on them and tried to cause problems for them.

    Mainstream, you have a habit of attacking other Republicans, tell me are you and Bill Simon related ?

  20. Adam Fogle says:

    Jimbo,

    You, debbie and GOPeach are the types running the Republican Party into the ground. The ABSOLUTE WORST thing that the GOP could do is move further to the right and pander to the primitive theocratic wing of the party.

    Thankfully, the 2006 election was a wake up call. Republicans should realize the need to purge that faction from the party and rid the GOP of wasteful wedge issues like gay marriage and the religious anti-abortion movement in order to return to responsible, ethical, fiscal conservativism.

    I rue the day that the Republican powers-that-be decided to make the deal with the devil that brought you folks on board.

  21. debbie0040 says:

    First I will address Mainstream and Jimbo. Both of you have attacked the other one’s candidates. Jimbo and GOPeah have attacked Johnson and Mainstream, New world and Bill Simon have attacked Cindye Coates.

    I attacked those that attacked Cindye. Cindye made it clear she did not approve of the attacks but she did defend the Cobb GOP and say good things about us. Scott Johnson did not. If someone is not willing to defend you, then why should you defend him?

    No one was ever told they were not welcome in the Cobb GOP because they supported Cagle. I am friends with Judson Hill, John Wiles, and Chip Rogers. I never turned my back on them because they supported Cagle .

    Jimbo is right about one person that was also banned from Handel campaign. He tried to cause problems and lied about things being said and done. If you feed a stray dog and he keeps biting you everytime you do sooner or later you will stop feeding him. From what I gather, we were not the only ones that had problems with him. When I was TARS advisor, I had to tell him to stay away from the TARS because several girls had complained about him making inappropiate advances toward them. There are other campaigns and other groups that have had issues with this person.

    When we were all elected in 2003, we were on the phone the next day offering olive branches to those on the other slate. I personally called Bill Buckly and asked him to Chair the Veterans committee. There were other calls as well. Olive branches were extended but we can not force someone to accept it. There were some that did and some that continued to fight us at every turn.

    Everyone is welcomed in to the GOP but some only wanted to come back into the fold under condidtions they made. This was not acceptible.

  22. debbie0040 says:

    Adam, I have bgeen an activist since 1976, probably before you were born.

    I supported Ford over Reagan in 1976, Bush 41 over Reagan in the Primary in 1980, Bush 41 over Pat Robertson in 1988.

    I sent out an email the day after the election stating the we lost because we need to stress fiscal conservatism first and foremost. Then we stress social cosnervatism. There are many Democrats that are social conservatives but they are not fiscal cosnervatives and that is where we should stress the differences.

    We did not lose the election because we went too far right. We lost because we strayed from the Reagan principles of less government and government is the problem not the solution.

    If Dennis Hastert had allowed a vote on Fair Tax and other issues like privatizing Social Security, I believe we would have maintained the House.

    The facts from election day do not bear out that we lost because we were too conservative:

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=17949&keywords=evans-novak

    [Content deleted because it is contained at above link.]

  23. Jeff Emanuel says:

    Debbie, please just leave the link or quote relevant portions of the column in the future – just for space/eye fatigue reasons.

    Are you a regular Human Events reader, btw?

  24. GOPeach says:

    Adam-

    Don’t tell me… I will guess …
    You wear beige pants with grey sweatshirts. You have no gel in your hair and you wear brown earth shoes… B O R I N G …… snooor z z z z z z z

    Ever though of wearing jeans with a black leather coat and cowboy boots? A little gel in your hair maybe???

    I need to take you for a ride on my Harley!!!
    You need to lighten up my friend!

    Sheeeeeeeeeze Peach is the type who is
    spicing things up … you know like Ann Coulter.
    Shake and Bake!

  25. Bill Simon says:

    Debbie,

    I have apologized to Cindye personally for my statement regarding her “lying” like Ralph Reed.

    As far as ANYTHING else you blather on about, I advise you to stick your nose in the Gwinnett GOP’s business and work on building a better reputation there than you have in Cobb.

  26. Jimbo says:

    Debbie’s reputation in Cobb is pretty good. Most like her and still stay in touch with her even though she lives in Gwinnett. I can see why you would not want to get involved with the Chairman’s race. She still is held in high regard here in Cobb and has influence over a good number of people. We even gave her a STANDING OVATION at our county committee meeting when Anthony announced she had resigned and moved to Gwinnett and she wasn’t even in attendance. Really sounds like her reputation is bad.

    I can’t say the same for you though Bill. Once people find out that you are behind Johnson they change their votes. You will cost Johnson at least 30 votes, minimum. And trust me, I have emailed your comments and other Johnson supporters comment to those on my email list. Especially where you and other Johnson supporters criticize the Cobb GOP.

    You have to know those that support the current administration will not end up supporting Johnson because of that.

  27. mainstream GOP says:

    Debbie, I will say that I like this new calm tone from you much better than the old tone…but I want to clear something up right now, I never called Cindye a derogatory name as others had, I will admit maybe some things were slightly crossing the line, but for those comments Im sorry…and Im impressed, I would have never guessed you would have backed Ford over Reagn and Bush over Robertson…my only issue with you is that you continue to transfer guilt by association, holding Scott accountable for what we say..Im not holding Cindye accountable for what GOPeach and you say, Im holding each accountable for what they say themselves..Bob Koncerak has pointed out certain flaws with the current leadership, but I have never heard him get personal about them…As for shunning an individual from the Cobb GOP, call it what you want, but I know several Reed supporters at the time that thought the treatment this young man was recieving from the Cobb GOP crossed the line, just like that attempt back in 2004 to censure Bill Simon..that crossed lines too…Republicans are known for supporting freedom of speech and freedom of the press, but these ideals seem sort of fuzzy to some in the Cobb GOP.

  28. debbie0040 says:

    Bob Koncerak is part of Johnson’s slate and has been critical of our administration. When he criticizes the administration, he criticizes those that are part of it. Johnson has not tried to distance himself at all from these statements. Johnson has not defended us in any way. Scott’s silence speaks volumes.

    There is a political strategy where the candidate allows his supporters to do the attacking.

    As for the young man, you have failed to address that fact other campaigns have had similar issues with him and barred him. Guess that is something you don’t want to address, huh? Tell me what is your connection with that young man? Also, Anthony Scott Hobbs did remain neutral in that race, yet this young man attacked him almost constantly. This young man spread lies. I have not heard of Reed supporters that felt he was treated unfairly. If they did, they don’t know the whole story about him and what he did. They just know his poor little old me story about how he has been picked on. I will make sure that is corrected. I will make sure they know the fact that he was barred by Steve Handel from even volunteering at all for the Handel campaign even after the primary was over. This young man was even fired from the Lamutt campaign. and has been barred from other campaigns and asked to resign his position because he pulled the same type of shennigans that he pulled on the Cobb GOP. Jimbo was right about you being hypocritical.

    I did not back bringing the whole Simon censorship up. I advised very strongly against it and did not vote to censor Simon.

  29. debbie0040 says:

    Jeff, yes I read Human Events and have for quite a while. I receive Novak’s and Coulter’s columns via email.

  30. Jeff Emanuel says:

    Cool. I’m not the biggest fan of Coulter, but I’ve been reading and watching Novak since his Crossfire days (yeah, for me that was a while ago 😉 )

    Speaking of Human Events, I’d never miss a chance to provide this link to a regular reader. 😉

  31. debbie0040 says:

    Thanks for the link. I have read your columns as well. Is there some way to have them emailed like with Coulter’s and Novak’s?

  32. markg8 says:

    debbie 040

    Roskam didn’t beat Duckworth by running on a staunch conservative platform. For the most part he tried to obfuscate his hard right views. He won by running millions in attack ads claiming Duckworth would give Social Security and welfare to illegal aliens and tax everybody but the family dog to pay for it. He even photoshopped her eyes in his ads to make her look more like Mao than Col. Duckworth’s daughter. With tactics like that he won’t last long. A week before the election he lost the straw poll at his old high school Glenbard West.

  33. GOPeach says:

    Rugby-

    Ann has a shock and awe value that drives soccer moms to the polls! Go Ann Go!!!
    She says what they feel.

  34. rugby_fan says:

    Exactly, she has “shock and awe value” only for the purpose of shocking people and driving more people to her columns and radio shows.

    Not for adding anything substantive, or meaningful to political discourse.

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