Isakson’s 2nd Ad

Isakson Launches Ad Highlighting National Security Record: “Fighting to Protect America”
ATLANTA – U.S. Senator and Senate candidate Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., today announced the release of a new television ad, “Fighting to Protect America,” as part of his fall media campaign. The ad portrays Georgia voters highlighting Isakson’s strong record on national security and his support for veterans. The ad will air in the Albany, Augusta, Columbus, Macon and Savannah media markets.
“Our federal government has no greater responsibility than to protect the America we love and preserve it for our children and grandchildren. In the nearly 10 years since 9/11, our military, intelligence community and diplomatic corps have done a tremendous job of protecting us at home and abroad from another devastating attack on the American homeland. But our vigilance must continue. It is not time for complacency,” said Isakson. “I will continue to work relentlessly in the U.S. Senate to defend our country and support our troops. I make no apologies for believing that a strong national defense leads to peace and freedom not only at home, but around the world—that means fighting terrorism, securing our borders at home and honoring our veterans and those who serve in our armed forces.”


    • AubieTurtle says:

      He knows he already has this election in the bag and is just doing image advertising for future contests.

  1. seenbetrdayz, Ph.D. says:

    I peed my pants when they said the phrase “Obama’s liberal policies.” I can understand why so many people keep voting for the good senator. Johnny probably has a cardboard FatHead™ poster of Obama he whips out at town halls to keep republicans in a constant state of fearful support. Someone asks a tough question and Johnny’s like, “OMG y’all, Obama’s here! But I’ll protect you! Vote for me!”

    There’s only one kind of liberal policy for me, and that’s why I vote for Johnny Isakson.

  2. Hank Reardan says:

    Lets see I believe he voted for
    to increase puplic debt from 5.5 trillion to 11.3 trillion
    no child left behind
    Medicare prescription drug act
    for schip
    for the patriot act

    Johhny is no small government rep. he is a get in line and follow my lead kind of guy. If Bush told him to vote big government Johnny got in line and voted

    He is the kind of guy in the GOP who has gooten here to where we are at.
    This time people might want to look at a real small government Guy
    Chuck Donovan
    Chuck Donovan is a former marine pilot and is now a delta pilot
    Chuck is better on Guns,taxes ,freedom and Liberty

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