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Archive for July, 2006

Bill Stephens: Trouble On The Immediate Horizon?

politicalvine, Wednesday, July 26th, 2006

Bill Stephens’ sleazy past

DeLay’s PAC Fined…

Bill Simon, Friday, July 21st, 2006

(07-21) 04:00 PDT Washington — The political action committee used as a vehicle to power in Congress by former Rep. Tom DeLay has agreed to pay $115,000 in fines for violations of federal campaign rules and will close its doors permanently, the Federal Election Commission disclosed Thursday. According to an agreement with the commission, DeLay’s […]

Open Thread on All Primary Races…

Bill Simon, Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

Dem, GOP, or Libertarian…

Political News and Personal Picks In Races

Bill Simon, Sunday, July 16th, 2006

While another well-known Georgia political blog has a blog proprietor publicly WHINING about “the negative advertising” in the Republican Lt. Governor’s race, AND said proprietor has stated in print that he intends to “boycott” (boo-hoo-hoo with bottom-lip upturned) the Lt. Governor’s primary on Tuesday lest he have to actually use the left-side of his brain […]

Auto-Call Mania for Ralph Reed

Bill Simon, Saturday, July 15th, 2006

This morning, I received a call from Eric Zeiere (sp?) for Ralphie. Yesterday, I received one from John Smoltz. Tomorrow, I expect to receive one from Jerry Falwell. On Monday, I expect to receive one from Newt Gingrich telling me what a great “family values leader” Ralph Reed is. Surely there’s a sit-com waiting to […]

Mark Taylor: The BIGGEST Left-Winger In The Southeast

Bill Simon, Thursday, July 13th, 2006

In today’s AJC, Mark Taylor got the endorsement from both Jay Bookman and Cynthia Tucker, the paper’s two most left-wing editorial board members ON THE PLANET. That, combined with Taylor getting the endorsement from Cynthia McKinney last fall, nails Mark Taylor as being the BIGGEST (not in “Big-Guy” vernacular as being a physical size thing) […]

Tom Price Campaign Goes Ballistic!

Bill Simon, Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

Rumors have it that upon learning of the new ad campaign from John Konop slamming his record in Congress, Tom Price’s people went ballistic. Here’s the ad for those who wish to view what Price’s people don’t want anyone to know about: Technorati Tags: John Konop, Tom Price


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