Head below the fold for all the self-delusion, dear friend.
Rising above petty barbs and innuendo, leading Republican Nathan Deal was the clear winner in Tuesday night’s GOP debate in Athens. Deal demonstrated why his proven, conservative experience uniquely qualifies him as the candidate with the courage to stop President Barack Obama where he can and lessen the pain Obama inflicts on Georgians at the national level with lower taxes, less government and a stronger economy here at home.
Deal also emphasized the importance of both keeping and attracting jobs in Georgia.
“I will be the face, I will be the ambassador, I will be a governor who goes out and tries to relocate jobs,” he said.
In his closing remarks, Deal stressed his experience at every level.
“I will be a governor who will serve with courage that is tempered by a servants heart,” he said.
“I promise to you that working together we can improve the quality of life for our state, brighten the future for our children, and we can make Georgia a beacon of prosperity for the rest of the nation.”
I must have been watching a different debate.