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  1. odinseye2k says:

    I’m sure there will be discussions of the factuality and nuance of this particular feature vis-a-vis the DSCC FairTax ad.

  2. SavannahDem says:

    Wow – talk about conflating issues. Somehow votes that Martin cast years ago are taken out of context and combined with the recent bailout vote?

    Perhaps a Saxby supporter out there can explain how this ad is remotely fair or accurate.

  3. Vic says:

    Saxby, seventy five thousand dollars and the Imperial Sugar Refinery explosion:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ajPzYKBYFM

    “Imperial Sugar disaster victims lawyer won’t quiz Chambliss until after election”
    Larry Peterson | Tuesday, October 28, 2008
    http://savannahnow.com/node/603660

    excerpts:

    “Chambliss was due to testify under oath Thursday, days before an election that pits him in a tight race against Democrat Jim Martin.”

    “Tate has also said Chambliss might be part of an Imperial “effort to shift responsibility” away from the company.”

    “Tate says Imperial might have prompted Chambliss to confront Graham at the hearing, which focused on the Feb. 7 catastrophe.”

    “The U.S. senator was subpoenaed last week on behalf of four victims – two dead and two injured – of the Port Wentworth inferno that killed 14 and hurt scores of others.”

    “A call to Chambliss’ press office to seek comment was not returned.”

  4. Three Jack says:

    if georgia had a conservative senator seeking re-election, the nrsc could have spent their money in other, more critical races like mn, co, nm and nh.

    too bad we have saxby with his big spender voting record sucking money out of the nrsc when this race should be a cakewalk.

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