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Posted: 6/1/2010 4:41:39 PM EDT
...that all those campaigning for governor are running on fluff and aren't stating actual positions on anything.  Anyone else notice that?
Link Posted: 6/1/2010 4:45:13 PM EDT
I like mcberry. I'll take the flaming, but to me he is the best of the bunch.
Link Posted: 6/2/2010 1:59:49 AM EDT
McBerry was my first choice but after some things in the news I'm going to reevaluate.  When the campaigning began there were 3 campaigns set up at every gun show.  At the last show in Macon, I only noticed McBerry's people there.  The guy campaigning for him didn't look like he was getting much traffic though.
Link Posted: 6/2/2010 2:15:16 AM EDT
McBerry? The guy who slaps the largest single employer in the State by not saluting the American flag. But oh, he'll salute the Betsy Ross flag. I'm sorry, Ray McBerry looks like the Tim McVeigh candidate.

Actually look at Eric Johnson and Karen Handel's websites and click on issues. Not sure what OP calls "fluff" but their stances and proposals are pretty specific. I haven't looked at Deal so I can't say

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Link Posted: 6/2/2010 5:35:15 AM EDT
I like Nathan Deal. If you haven't checked him out, go to his site and download his "Plan for Prosperity". I know it's a corny name but read it. It's got specific plans to reduce business and family tax burdens.

He seems like a genuine guy to me as well. Can't say the same for some of the others.
Link Posted: 6/2/2010 1:31:08 PM EDT

Originally Posted By kudzu630:

Not sure what OP calls "fluff" but their stances and proposals are pretty specific.

You can find some of the issues on their websites, but ya gotta hunt it down.  I'm talking the TV adds and emails from the campaign headquarters.  They aren't really doing issues, just fluff.

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