He supports Dodd-Frank. He says health-care needs to be handled at the federal level. He supports the internet sales tax. He supports common core.Swing and miss, LiberalGirl.
Hmm... That's strike two for her.
http://politics.blog.ajc.com/2014/04/03/sarah-palin-boosts-handel-and-knocks-perdue-with-visit/?icmp=ajc_internallink_textlink_homepageSarah Palin showed to campaign for Handel in GA. Perdue has been clearly identified as a RINO. With so many on the race he may move along, but Palin's support will carry some weight in GA.
I actually am inclined to agree with Perdue's comment about a college degree making one a more serious candidate. I agree with Michael Savage - there is an extent to which education matters - makes a difference.
I think Perdue is the better candidate. I was actually supporting Dr. Broun in the primary but it seems like the insiders pushed him out of the race. Perdue isn't as conservative as I'd like, but he's certainly better than Jack Kingston, one of the most liberal members of the House GOP Caucus.
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Okay, I may need to rethink my decision then. But why is Kingston better? I usually support businessmen over career politicians.
He has proven he'll vote conservative. He's not the most conservative in the world, but stuff like omnibus, Ryan-Murray, and others, he's proven to hold tough. Again, he's still in RINO status, but nothing close to Perdue. Being a businessman doesn't make you a better candidate.
Is it still fairly civil? I just don't want Nunn to win by default.