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Jim Whitehead’s 10th CD campaign picked up another endorsement today, this one from the “Concerned Women Political Action Committee” (CWPAC). According to their release:

CWPAC is affiliated with Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee, which is also affiliated with Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization with more than 500,000 grassroots members nationwide.

According to CWPAC Executive Director Mike Mears (an awfully mannish name for a Concerned Woman, if I may be so bold as to point out…):

We are pleased to endorse and lend our active support to Jim Whitehead. Jim has a proven and truly outstanding record on issues of concern to traditional values voters. I am convinced after seeing his record in the state senate and meeting Jim that he will be conservative leader in Congress from day one.


  1. Rusty says:

    LOL that group was found by Tim LaHaye’s wife. I can just hear the slogans from the opposition now: a vote for Whitehead is a vote for Georgia to be Left Behind.

  2. bowersville says:

    Thanks Rusty, I did enjoy, the very fact that Jim Whitehead has raised your ire, reaffirms in my soul why I support Jim Whitehead for Congress.

  3. profg says:

    Jeff might not be on our press email list:


    Personal Endorsements Given For Strong Leadership In Activism

    COMMERCE, GA – Bill Greene, Republican candidate for U.S. Congress, announced today that several national leaders in the traditional values movement have personally endorsed his Congressional campaign.

    Greene was endorsed by Ron Wexler, President/CEO of the Ten Commandments Commission, an organization devoted to defending and maintaining the Judeo-Christian moral tradition in society, and whose founders include Dr. Myles Munroe, Pastor John Hagee, Dr. Paul Crouch, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Rabbi Yehuda David Greenberg, Benny Hinn, Bishop Eddie L. Long, and others. Over 327,000 people have signed the TCC’s “Ten Commandments Day Proclamation.”

    In addition, Greene was personally endorsed by William J. Murray, chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition, which works to ensure that marriage remains the union of one man and one woman, and that the sanctity of human life, beginning with the unborn child, is protected.

    “Ron Wexler has been instrumental in coordinating a major global movement on behalf of God’s eternal moral law,” said Bill Greene, considered to be the leading conservative candidate in the special election to fill the late Charlie Norwood’s seat. “And the work of Bill Murray at the RFC, emphasizing that religious freedom is the ‘first liberty’, is unequalled. I’m humbled by Ron and Bill’s faith in me that I will be ‘hitting the ground running’ as a strong social conservative from the very first day I’m elected, and all the way for many years to come in Congress.”


  4. Jeff Emanuel says:

    Yes, Bill, I’m on your list. REMEMBER THIS?

    When something relevant or humorous comes across the wire (preferably the former if you’re a serious candidate, which I think you really want to be, or the latter if you’re not but just need the headlines), then I’ll make sure it gets up lickety-split 🙂

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