I am not tech-savvy enough to figure out how to post the e-mail. So you’ll just have to take my word for what it contains. Anyway, after going on for a bit about how there’s only one week left and all that, there were some pretty damning quotes (about Palin and Handel) from some very interesting sources:
“All the media coverage about Sarah Palin coming to Georgia, we feel it’s kind of an affront to the women and people who know Nathan Deal,” said Sen. Renee Unterman, the only female Republican in the Georgia State Senate. “We feel this: Sarah Palin is an outsider. She knows what’s happening in Wasilla, Alaska; we know what’s happening in Ocilla, Georgia, Camilla, Georgia, and Augusta, Georgia,” said Sen. Unterman
Well, we all know that Senator Unterman is just one of those guys in the “good ole boys” club under the Gold Dome. Wait, what? She’s a woman?
And then there was this:
Joan Westmoreland, wife of Congressman Lynn Westmoreland, told reporters at Columbus, that she and her husband trust Nathan Deal. “Gov. Palin doesn’t know Nathan Deal. But my husband and I do. He’s a kind, honest and generous Christian man. Unlike Karen Handel, he is a staunch defender of the sanctity of life. I don’t care about who wears lipstick. I care about conservative values.”
Orit Sklar, who served in Eric Johnson’s campaign, is now strongly supporting Nathan. “Even though I’m a woman from Karen Handel’s home county, I’ll be voting for Nathan Deal on Aug. 10,” Sklar said. “If you liked Eric Johnson’s plans for immigration reform, lower taxes and education reform, you’ll like Nathan Deal’s vision for Georgia’s future.”
But…but, what does this mean for the future of the OMFGNathanDealisasexistpigwhohateswomyn meme?