We have word today that “front running” candidate for Governor John Oxendine has installed yet another campaign manager. Having run through the complete list of Georgia’s stable of campaign talent willing to work with him, The Ox has turned to the great state of Connecticut and hired the political director of the “front-runner” in the Connecticut Republican Governor’s primary.
Mr. Puetz has a history of changing winning horses in mid-stream. According to his LinkedIn page, he left UC Irvine after his freshman year (noted for it’s 3 Nobel Prize recipients) to transfer to CSU San Marcos (noted for winning “first place in the nationwide RecycleMania” contest).
Mr. Puetz’s closest connection to Georgia appears to be that he was the California Field Director for Mitt Romney, and Mitt Romney ran for President of the US, of which Georgia is a part (a fact recognized by 6 of the 7 GOP candidates for Governor).
You can learn about signing up for a Georgia hunting license HERE.
Note also that to obtain a licenses, you must complete a REQUIRED hunter safety education course, of which you may learn about HERE:
To obtain a Georgia drivers license, follow the instructions HERE. Note, unless you are an actual police, fire, or other emergency personnel, you are not allowed to install blue lights on your car for personal emergency situations. You should also note that a live shot for the 6:00 news occurring 10 minutes away at 5:55pm does not constitute an emergency.
Be sure to register your car within 30 days and pay ad valorem taxes. I doubt your boss can get a Constitutional Convention called within 30 days of you moving here to implement the FAIRTAX! and kill all other taxes of all kinds. Learn how to say FAIRTAX! in every sentence. Even if it’s about changing batteries in smoke detectors during daylight savings time. This is important.
You should note that all local media is lib’ral. And anything they report about your candidate is their fault, not his. Understanding this will be key to your longevity.
The phone number to Congressman Lynn Westmoreland’s office is 202-225-5901. I suggest you forget that immediately. No, wait. On second thought, I suggest you remove that number from the phones, rolodexes, personal computers and any other databases within reach of anyone that can spell Oxendine. Then forget that number. Nothing good can come from you or anyone you work with knowing that number.
The phone number for the Georgia State ethics commission is 404-463-1980 . You’ll probably learn that one soon enough.
I don’t have Dee Yancey’s phone number, but I understand Ox does when he wants to go quail hunting (see hunter safety info above. Also, please make sure your employer sees that soon too). You should also understand when the Georgia State ethics commission calls, you don’t have Dee Yancey’s number. Nor do you even know him. Even if he’s hunting right beside you when they call, you don’t know him. Got it?
Please do not ask Commissioner Oxendine to state an actual position of Sunday Sales of alcohol. Previously, staff have just told folks that his public statements aren’t what he really believes anyway. You should know that as a general rule, Ox believes whatever YOU believe, regardless of whom YOU are. So long as you can either 1) vote, or 2) contribute large sums of money, either directly or indirectly using a series of illegal Alabama based PACs set up by his hunting buddy that he’s never met (again, see above).
And another note, you’re not even supposed to be reading this.
There’s a lot more to learn, but we don’t want to overwhelm you on your first day. So with that, all I can do is give you a distinct southern welcome: Bless your sweet heart.