• ACCmoderate says:

      You mean the bridge that Palin initially supported?

      How large a donation can I put you down for?

      • inlimine says:

        I will have to go with Palin’s flip-flop-final-answer on the bridge and stick with the “no thanks,” Regis.

        • Holly says:

          Okay, I hate this lie. A lot. So let me correct you.

          Palin’s final answer on the Gravina Island Bridge was “Alaska wants the money, so let’s use it elsewhere.” It was redistributed to other projects in the state.

          Palin was quite accepting of federal money while governor, which isn’t surprising, seeing how over a third of Alaska’s economy is made up of federal government spending. The one exception was when she vetoed education stimulus funds in 2009. The legislature reinstated those funds.

          • ACCmoderate says:

            So Palin contributed to this massive deficit by refusing to take a strong stance against unnecessary pork projects?

            • Provocateur says:

              Wow! Someone just posted this on Facebook regarding Palin’s actual comments on “seeing Russia from Alaskan land” as though that gives her a keen insight into Russian political policy:

  1. Ludwig Von Beachbum says:

    Make you checks to the Chapman Campaign. He could use the money and no one accused him of lying. Do the right thing.


  2. SFrazier says:

    I would die before I vote for Handel. Palin has betrayed her base, she will not get away with it.

    • Chris says:

      “I would die before I vote for Handel.”

      Wow, you’re one upping those of us who say we’ll vote Barnes.

    • TalmadgeGhost says:


      I have to ask this question – Who is “her base” and how has she betrayed them? I’m not a Palin fan, but if she’s anything she’s consistent – consistently crazy.

      Very curious.

      • SFrazier says:

        I am a Christian female. Handel does not carry our values, she would have supported aborting Trey. She is no mama grizly, she is a liar that hates kids.

        • polisavvy says:

          What? “She is a liar that hates kids.” What the h#ll does that mean? Isn’t that a tad on the harsh side?

                • polisavvy says:

                  I did not make that statement. I was quoting a statement made by SFrazier. That’s why I had the quote in quotation marks. I was asking SFrazier what she meant by her statement. In case you haven’t noticed from my posts in the past, I don’t call people liars. I try to show respect.

        • TalmadgeGhost says:

          Trying to string together the crazy here, please indulge me –
          So SFrazier believes that Palin has betrayed her base because she endorsed Karen Handel… and that Karen Handel would have “supported aborting Trey”.

          Did I miss something? Did “Pro-Choice” (which I haven’t seen evidence anywhere that Karen Handel is anyway) become “mandatory abortions”?

          So everyone stay with me as we watch this here crazy train that is SFrazier… you now are against Palin because she supports someone who would have caused her to abort her youngest child???


        • Animator Girl says:

          “she is a liar that hates kids.”

          Where does this come from? Seriously, what led you to this belief?

          • polisavvy says:

            Don’t hold your breath waiting on SFrazier to answer. She will probably not acknowledge you like she does the rest of us.

          • LoyaltyIsMyHonor says:

            I guess it’s in reference to her not having children, therefore, she must hate kids. I’ve heard it before from other Handel haters.

            I’m critical of Handel, but even I think that’s the most asinine thing.

            • polisavvy says:

              I totally agree with you. It truly is asinine indeed. A lot of people don’t have kids for a lot of different reasons. Basically, it’s none of our business.

            • Provocateur says:

              Okay, let’s see if this statement is valid: “Karen doesn’t have a college degree, therefore she hates college.”

              Actually…that might be a valid statement.

  3. CobbGOPer says:

    And it’s people like you all who keep this state down. We can’t attract african-americans to the party because of people like you. We lose women’s votes because of people like you. We lose hispanic votes because of you people. And then you bitch about why everyone thinks we’re a party of old white men. How is it any wonder when we run off people like Herman Cain, and demonize Karen Handel for basically being a girl, while ignoring the egregious ethics violations of EJ, Ox, and Deal.

    This state still has deep-seated race problems (as well as what appears to be a sexist streak). It’s sad. We could run the black Ronald Reagan down here and he’d still lose to some lesser-qualified white man. Makes me sad for our state. And also makes me want to leave.

  4. Provocateur says:

    “She’s going to need to get the word out.”

    Why does she need to get the word out? Why wouldn’t the name “Palin” flash through every living soul in Georgia via ESP and make everyone give a collective sigh of “Golly…you betcha!”?

  5. Animator Girl says:

    Too much snark. This is ridiculous. We get it: you all hate Palin and therefore will transfer that hate to Handel. Hunky-dory. I hope your consciences are cool with supporting the ethics-challenged alternatives.

    Erick, I was frustrated with you a few months ago, but now I have to say hats off to you, sir. You called it.

    • ACCmoderate says:

      Just like he called Justice Souter’s fetish for being a goat f*$%@&! child molester?

      • Animator Girl says:

        Oh, don’t get me wrong: I have my beef with Erick and always will, and I think comments like that are pretty much the inevitable result of become a major mover/shaker in politics before the age of 40, but credit where credit is due: his consistent support of Handel is probably one factor that kept her in contention for this long.

        • iamnotasocialist says:

          Am I the only one who thinks that Handel’s tome of a mailer was a waste of her money?

          • Animator Girl says:

            Unfortunately, that seems to be a common Republican thing: putting their campaign money into the wrong things, or lacking anyone in the campaign who knows how to target today’s short attention span. Whoever makes it to the general election is going to need a more competent, savvy team, that’s for sure.

  6. MouthoftheSouth says:


    I understand you appreciate simplicity in all things, whether it be in taxation or rhetoric. Please don’t confuse that worthwhile desire with admiration for simpletons, of which Ms. Handel certainly is one.

  7. Tireless says:

    It’s one thing to endorse Handel, it’s another thing to become a tool for her campaign. You should change the name of this forum to Handel’s House.

  8. Provocateur says:

    From 2005-era Meeting Minutes of the Fulton County BOC Meeting:

    Meeting Minutes:
    2. DEPARTMENT: Health and Wellness
    SERVICE/COMMODITY: Expanded Family Planning
    BID #: 20050002YB
    PRIME CONTRACTOR: Planned Parenthood of Georgia
    (Atlanta, GA)

    REQUESTED ACTION OF THE BOC: Approval of contract
    with Planned Parenthood of Georgia to provide family
    planning services in an amount not to exceed
    $425,568 for the period from date of award through
    December 31, 2005.

    A. A motion was made by Commissioner Lowe and seconded
    by Commissioner Riley to approve numbers 1, 2, 3, and
    5. The motion carried by a unanimous vote of 7-0-0.
    Commission Chair Handel, Vice Chair Darnell, and
    Commissioners Pitts, Riley, Lowe, Boxill, and Edwards
    voted yes.

    • Lady Thinker says:

      Why are you posting the same information on all the sites? You know this is a lie so I must assume you have a character flaw.

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