From the looks of it, Nathan Deal is running alright: running away.
First, Deal ran away from his congressional seat rather than face up to an ethics investigation.
Second, Deal has to have a long chat with his lawyer before he can release his tax returns.
“He’s in consultation with his accountant and his counsel [...]
Karen Handel gave a gracious concession statement, but someone on her team neglected to delete this post”:Ethics, Grand Juries, Nathan Deal and George Soros.” Karen’s team went after Deal claws bared and in the process took liberals, the media and George Soros (George Soros?) off the hook. Here’s a taste:
Today, Nathan Deal [...]
Still undecided? The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The Augusta Chronicle asked the leading candidates for governor their views on some of the top issues of the day: state budget, Arizona-style immigration law, water and education. Here are the Dem’s responses.
Whoa! In an unexpected turn of events, former Governor and gubernatorial candidate, Roy Barnes, today expressed support for immigration “reform” similar to what Arizona has recently passed.
Barnes, the front-runner in the Democratic primary for governor, made the strongest endorsement among the party’s gubernatorial candidates for adopting an Arizona-type law, but he cautioned [...]
I just watched the gubernatorial debates. Not that the two hours were anything other than completely rivioting, but I’m stuck on the responses of the Democrats to the question about which Republican office-holder they most admired, Both Baker and Poythress pick Sen. Johnny Isakson. Maybe they both missed the bulletin that their colleague, Mike Thurmond, [...]