Kos Kids just won’t stop talking about Georgia.

Having wrapped up 2008, they’ve proclaimed 2010 a Democratic year as well.

Georgia (R)

Johnny Isakson (R) wants to run for governor, giving us a shot at a competitive open seat race. However, Georgia Democrats are on the run and the bench is thin. This race is on the “potentially competitive” column because it might be an open seat. But even then, we’ll have to see a lot more life out of Georgia Democrats before we get our hopes up.

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17 comments

  1. Jmac says:

    I just love how, in the same breath, he proceeds to insult Georgia Democrats but then say we’ve got a chance.

    Thanks … I guess?

  2. SouthFultonGuy says:

    Ya think maybe Vernon Jones will annoint his blogger Andre Walker to run for Johnny Isakson’s senate seat?

  3. Icarus says:

    Carpe,

    0%, and 0%, respectively.

    Barr might make it interesting to watch, but since he’s now taking classic libertarian positions (i.e. open to drug legalization, gays in the military), his days of being potentially electable statewide in GA are done.

    He does, however, make a much better standard bearer for the Libertarian party than Ron Paul could ever hope.

  4. Archibald Bulloch says:

    Yeah, I wouldn’t be surprised if he tried to come down and run a campaign to get Lieberman’s son fired from the school he runs in Atlanta.

  5. Archibald Bulloch says:

    Sorry, I realized that was a bit cryptic.

    Joe Lieberman’s son is the head of a Hebrew academy in Atlanta.

  6. Icarus says:

    O.K., still a bit cryptic,

    Is Isakson, Jones (Snuggles), or Barr an enemy of the Jews?

    Sorry, just totally lost here.

  7. Archibald Bulloch says:

    No, I was making reference to how much of a vendetta that Kos has against Joe Lieberman that his only interest in Georgia would be coming down here to go after anyone affiliated with him.

  8. Carpe Forem says:

    Icarus,
    He does, however, make a much better standard bearer for the Libertarian party than Ron Paul could ever hope.

    I don’t know about that. I think Rep. Ron Paul is bearing the standard pretty well, both for libertarianism and true conservatism.

  9. Icarus says:

    A man that won’t vote for anything, but still puts in millions of earmarks every year, such as $8 Million for ‘wild shrimp’, is doing pretty well for your cause? Really?

    Republicans tried hypocrisy in 2006, when we were the majority, and it didn’t work well. I can’t imagine it’s going to work better when you’re at 3%.

  10. Carpe Forem says:

    Really? This is what you have against Ron Paul? Texas being one of the more productive states runs at a deficit as for the personal and business tax dollars they send to Washington DC and you’re going to fault the man for getting some of that money back to his constituency. He also makes sure it comes back in the form of earmarks to make sure it goes strait back to some of the ones paying the taxes and it doesn’t just come back to the state beaurocrates to waste on more government.
    As for the 3% (maybe, of the people that still have land lines and actually answer them, plus doubt it ‘s accurate), got to start somewhere.

  11. rugby_fan says:

    “Texas being one of the more productive states runs at a deficit as for the personal and business tax dollars they send to Washington DC and you

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