1. Tiberius says:

    Will he be to Jack Kingston as Jeff Chapman was to Eric Johnson? Will his couple percentage points cost Kingston a runoff spot?

  2. Cameron Crazy says:

    I think we could use someone with real world private sector and job creation experience. Someone that has really grown a company and not spend tax dollars on so called jobs programs.

    • jiminga says:

      Perdue did his best to destroy Dollar General after stealing it away from the founding family. After his departure, DG has done much better under it’s current management. David Perdue is interested only in David Perdue. He’s a talentless power junkie.

  3. newby says:

    He is not even on my radar. Too many better known candidates in the race. Still waiting to see if the Legislature votes to have a primary run off. The number of candidates could change the outcome.

  4. Rick Day says:

    What would you guys do if there was no Obamacare to demonize?

    Oh right..solving the problems of the country that were going on LONG before 2008.

    But we can’t have that, now can we?

    • Joshua Morris says:

      Yeah… kinda like that strong economy that Republicans handed over to Democrats in 2007. Wasn’t perfect by any means, but it was strong. There’s an unending plethora of progressive idiocy to talk about since then.

  5. saltycracker says:

    Obamacare demonizing – not all – had a beer with a small business owner with locations in numerous strip centers – he says he doesn’t have time to complain but only react to the cards he is dealt. He is in the process of consolidation and closing stores to jettison the marginal ones and getting his employee count under 50.

  6. Herb says:

    The only Repubby who stands any chance against Michelle Nunn is Congressman Jack Kingston. Broun, Gingrey, and Handel cannot win, as they are nutters, which apparently counts as a bonus in the GOP Primary. Chalk this one up as a Democratic gain, as well as McConnell’s seat up in KY.

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