1. Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

    Well done….I would have named who should go but none the less. Well done.

    I cant help wondering if all this was the real reason Eric Johnson left the senate.

    I had an unfaithful wife. When she learned that it was out at work she preemptively filed for divorce for fear I was going to know. He fears were correct.

  2. IndyInjun says:

    Erick, no one who speaks truth can get elected.

    The people want a free ride.

    When the collapse comes the people will demand a 100% government world. We are already headed that way.

    If you have lived your life responsibly and frugally, you are a total fool.

    You sure as hell don’t have representation in government.

  3. Technocrat says:

    How about mandatory Depo Provera, a useful chemical castration drug since 1944.
    September 25th, 2009, Poland passed legislation for forcible chemical castration of child molesters. On June 25, 2008 Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed Senate Bill 144, allowing Louisiana judges to sentence convicted rapists to chemical castration.

    Get elected and take the shot every 90 days in a televised public ceremony.

    Proves how much you are willing to give up to serve the people!

  4. Erick, be assured, Larry O’Neal will NOT be an “heir of the status quo”. I wouldn’t be supporting him with all my energy and political capitol if I didn’t believe that with deep conviction. Contrary to what is being posted on PP, there will be new leadership after next Thursday and a new culture will begin to be created. Focus will remain on smaller government, fiscal responsibility, and conservative values, but with a significantly different environment. Give us a chance to prove it to you and Georgia’s citizens before lumping us all in with the previous Speaker. The new leadership will deliver with Larry O’Neal as our Speaker.

  5. willow knows all says:

    Erick, great article. Hopefully it will be picked up by ALL Georgia newspapers.

    “Men who will betray their wives and families may want us to believe it is only about sex, but the reality is, if a man is willing to cheat in marriage, he is just as likely to cheat, if not more so, on his principles, which cannot sue him for half of his estate.”

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