1. B Balz says:

    In the time honored tradition of ‘piling-on’, venerable Punditeer, Pete Randall tosses a Guamian rehash from redstate.com, plus a plug for Ms. Liz Carter, and some doofus lamely trying, but failing to annoy Rep. Johnson’s staff into only two paragraphs! A true spartan of language, Pete.

    In the five or so years I have volunteered as an advocate for a national ‘disease group’, I can unequivocally state that Rep. Johnson’s office lead the way in Georgia for our cause. We educated them on a matter, they researched and then supported it by signing onto an important “Dear Colleague” letter.

    Two points: First, Citizen Advocacy is effective if done respectfully and honestly. Second, Rep. Johnson is neither stupid or ineffective, in spite of his spoken demeanor.

    While I don’t wish Ms. Carter any ill will, the 4th will not go for a GOP, regardless of how Rep. Johnson may deliver his questions.

    Is that succinct enough?

      • kyleinatl says:

        Carter has acolytes?? Jesus…and I thought the people that supported McKinney were bad. Maybe I should run for Congress too.

        • GOPGeorgia says:

          It’s not all it’s cracked up to be. I still have found a few people who think I was serious on April 1.

    • Pete Randall says:

      Wow. I didn’t realize that Hank Johnson’s comments precluded any further mention of his opponent. Good tip for the future, guy! You should relax; you’ll live longer!

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