Judge Griffin Bell endorses McCain

The momentum in Georgia continues!

Former U.S. Attorney General and respected Georgian, Griffin Bell announced today that he was endorsing John McCain for President. 

Judge Bell endorsed McCain for President because John McCain is a principled public servant with the leadership skills and credibility necessary to hold the highest office in the land. 

26 comments

  1. Jace Walden says:

    GOPeach,

    Once Huckabee drops out of the race after Super Tuesday, I hope you’ll join me in supporting Ron Paul for President. He will be the conservative alternative to big-government candidates Mitt Romney and John McCain.

  2. ChuckEaton says:

    I’m sure Judge Griffin Bell appreciates the endoresment comparison to Stephen Baldwin and Ted Nugent.

  3. Bull Moose says:

    Judge Griffin Bell is very well respected and held in high regard by many.

    The McCain campaign continues to gain momentum. We will work HARD to win this nomination and go on to win the Presidency in November 2008.

  4. SouthFultonGuy says:

    Ron Paul is on the cover of this month’s NewsMax that arrived today.

    The byline is Ron Paul Won’t Be President, But he just man change the GOP forever.

  5. SouthFultonGuy says:

    -10 points spelling:

    Ron Paul is on the cover of this month’s NewsMax that arrived today.

    The byline is Ron Paul Won’t Be President, But he just ma[y] change the GOP forever.

  6. Romegaguy says:

    I had lunch with Judge Bell one time. One of the coolest things I have ever done.

    Come on Shirley Roper give us a list of other nobodies that have endorsed the Huckster

  7. GOPeach says:

    HUCKABEE GEORGIA ENDORSEMENTS

    US Representative John Linder
    Ed Setzler (Alpharetta)
    Mike Keown (Thomasville)
    Charlese Byrd (Woodstock)
    Roger Hines (Former House member from Kennesaw)
    Joe Dendy (state co-director)
    Sam Teasley (state co-director)
    Public Service Commissioner Stan Wise
    State Sen. Judson Hill|
    State Rep. Harry Geisinger
    State Rep. Martin Scott
    State Rep. Charlice Byrd
    State Rep. Mike Keown
    State Rep. Tommy Smith
    State Rep. Len Walker
    State Rep. Melvin Everson
    State Rep. Steve Tumlin
    State Rep. Mark Williams
    Mayor Tom Dupree
    Former State Rep. Roger Hines
    Former State Rep. Barbara Bunn
    Former Arkansas State Rep. Kevin Goss
    Shawn Davis, State Communications Director
    Craig Dowdy, State Finance Director

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