Yes, I Am That Guy From Facebook

I have learned to start every introduction with, “Hi, my name is Will Kremer. I’m that guy from Facebook.” At nearly every political event I attend I am inevitably approached by a complete stranger who firmly grips my hand and shakes it uncontrollably while asking, “Are you Will Kremer? Aren’t we friends on Facebook?” If you do not know me from social media, then you might recognize me from the Peach Pundit Immigration Forum.

My name is Will Kremer; I am 21 years old and hail from the paradise known as Cumming, Georgia. I study American Politics at the University of North Georgia. My titles outside of Peach Pundit include: Chairman of the Georgia Association of College Republicans and professional Whataburger customer. At any given time, you may find me driving a Ford Focus, ordering food from Waffle House or talking about Texas.

I enjoy writing and speaking about Millennials. We are a generation that has yet to define ourselves as anything other than lazy, foolish and confused. Polling data indicates my generation believes that lowering taxes and shrinking the size of the federal government is imperative, but also believe tax increases are necessary to protect government services. Simply put, we lack direction. I seek to learn how to engage Millennials in meaningful political conversation. After all, it is possible.

I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to engage with and learn from the Peach Pundit Overlords editors and readers. Let’s get this show on the road and hope for the best.


  1. John Vestal says:

    It would be nice if I didn’t have to drive to another state (Thomasville is actually part of Florida) to get Whataburger. Are you working on this?

    Welcome from a fellow Cummingist!

  2. objective says:

    no need to be so harsh abt millenials, though.
    most ppl alive are confused, and foolish. especially those under 35.
    lazy? not sure. if we must catogorize/stereotype– among the millenials i know, there seems a few types, and at least one of them is focused, hard-working, ahead of their years. the kind that makes you feel guilty for being so lazy and confused in your 20s.

  3. TPNoGa says:

    I would almost kill for Whataburger. Nothing better at 2am than a Whataburger with cheese. Good times.

  4. SmyrnaSAHM says:

    For one blessed moment I thought, “Hold up: there’s a Whataburger in north Georgia and I don’t know about it?” Whataburger with cheese, no onions, for this gal. Extra Fancy Ketchup.

  5. Ghost of William F. Buckley says:

    Feed Charlie’s ego BS, and his pie-hole BBQ; you’ll be fine.

    Welcome lad, hope your hide is tougher than an overcooked yam.

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