1. Archibald Bulloch says:

    It looks nice, but that has to be some of the weakest content I’ve seen.

    The quotes section has nothing offensive or even “liberal” as the blog alleges. The “Fact”-checking done on the quotes doesn’t make any sense either. They don’t rebute the quotes, but rather say something like “the House hasn’t voted on this measure yet”.

    And not to mention that the only two posts both refer to a $2000 contribution Nancy Pelosi gave to Barrow’s campaign. That’s really raunchy. I’m sure Nancy Pelosi gives no money to Democrats in competitive districts. It would only make sense for her to give money to safe members.

    If this is how the GOP is going to run against John Barrow, he should be in good shape.

  2. Chathamguy says:

    Interestingly enough they are also violating federal law by seeking to directly affect a federal election without putting the appropriate disclaimers on their site.

    Weak content+illegality=SAD

  3. Doug Deal says:

    Chthamguy, if they do not solicit or recieve funds, I do not think the government can force anyone to have any form of disclaimer on anything.

    These peopleThis person is an idiot. If people have something better in mind, how about suggesting that alternative and explain why it is better?

  4. Mike-El says:

    Hey, he needs that 2000 bucks to help “wart” off challengers. It’s all part of his fiscal “rethoric.”

    (Or at least that’s “no clear” to me, anyway.)

  5. shep1975 says:

    I’ve said it many many times, I detest people who cower behind fake names or screen names. However, the Federalist and Anti-Federalist papers were published under assumed names. But I do find a difference in arguing ideas as opposed to attacking people.

  6. shep1975 says:

    Shep-first 4 letters of my last name SHEPherd.
    1975 – Year I was born
    Link – takes you some where where you can get my full name, email address, and multiple pictures of me.

    Also, a quick google search on “shep1975” will bring up a lot of info on me. Hardly incognito.

    Your blog, on the other hand, doesn’t make finding out who you really are that easy.

  7. Doug Deal says:

    Grift, I seem to remember having this discussion with you as well. Still haven’t changed the light on black color scheme of your blog I see. Tsk Tsk.

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