1. ricstewart says:

    Carol Porter is a class act.
    I was at a fundraiser for her in Swainsbororo last week. She arrived about 20 minutes late because of construction and traffic. Some people had to leave before she got there, so after the event, she took the time to go to the places of business of everyone (about 4-6) who had to leave and personally apologize for being late and thank them in person for coming. Very impressive.

  2. Mike Hauncho says:

    It will be interesting to see who gets more votes; Carol Porter in the General or Dubose in the primary.

    Neither stood a chance.

  3. Melb says:

    I think this is an excellent ad! Cagle is a shady politician who has cat fights in his office due to his sexual indiscretions with young interns and assistants. Then when he is separating cat fights he is doing back room deals to help out Deal. Then when he isn’t busy doing either of those he is having to figure out how to appease his latest blackmailer….maybe by choosing a hospital bed tax over a tobacco tax or stepping down from the Governor’s race.

    BUT really we should be thankful he has been such a busy bee in the backroom of the gold dome with women, Deal, and other shenanigans because otherwise he would be screwing the people of Georgia even more than he already has.

    Voting for Cagle should offend everyone who cares for the state of Georgia. There is bad, there is sick, and then there is Cagle.

  4. Messenger says:

    Carol’s ad is so true–it is time to stop the corruption–all over Georgia and in every area. It is past time and too many people have suffered and been hurt already.

  5. Rick Day says:

    Blah blah blah…..

    how many times have we heard this?

    Heck, I’ll vote for her just in case Deal has to go to prison.

    Irony: that would be it.

  6. Cloverhurst says:

    Why waste money producing a TV ad when you don’t have the cash to put it up in Atlanta.

    Casey wins big in 15 days

    • MelGX says:

      Not sure where you live, but I’ve seen Carol’s ads numerous times on Atlanta stations. They are also running throughout the state, and that’s smart. Unlike Metro, when people from smaller cities see an ad, they talk about it. Plus, the good will generated at local stations is huge.

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