For a man who spends a lot of time to beating on Roy Barnes for being a lawyer and for taking money from other lawyers, Nathan Deal is not shy about using his campaign funds to hire attorneys. In fact, Deal is a one-man stimulus plan for the legal profession in this state.
In August, in a moment of rare candor, Nathan Deal told the crowd at the Georgia Forward Forum in Macon:
… the toughest thing about […]
Nathan Deal has a history of using elected office to benefit his friends, and they’ve happily returned the favor. In fact, just a few weeks ago, at the Georgia Forward forum in Macon, when Deal was asked about tough decisions he might have to make as Governor, he said that […]
Evidence that Deal’s popularity is plummeting began popping up around Macon today in the form of Isakson/Deal yard signs, with Johnny on top, of course.
I don’t know who paid for them. (Not every political dollar can be spent on materials advertising for BOTH a federal candidate and a state-level candidate.) But, I do know […]
His son-in-law, Clinton Wilder, had filed for bankruptcy in 2001, four years before Deal agreed to co-sign more than two million in loans for the now-failed business. When Wilder again filed for bankruptcy in 2009, he allegedly […]