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Michael Meyers: Shaking up the governor’s race

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As much as I try to keep things local, I would be remiss if I do not mention the potential impact of Stacey Abrams getting into the governor’s race. This changes the dynamics not just at state level but also at the national level. Big money is sure to come from all over the U.S, and this race ...

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  1. I hope all this poor people remember that she costs them money but getting the all star game cancelled in Atlanta. She is California money trying to get elected in Georgia. A vote for her is a vote closer to socialism. Be smart quit electing the left leaning morons that do not care about law and order.

  2. The problem with voting for a person instead of a party is that the politicians vote that way. What Republican sponsored legislation has Warnock or Ossoff voted for since being in the Senate? What democrat sponsored legislation has Allen voted for since being in the House? They do not represent the people of Georgia. They represent their party.

  3. Perdue should not run. No matter what issue you may have about Kemp, he is far superior to Stacey Abrams, who wants to give illegal aliens the right to vote. Doug Collins should have not run against Loeffler last time. That’s why Warnock was elected.

  4. I can live with whoever wins the primary in the Republican election, but nobody will benefit if the Democrat Socialist Abrams wins the general election. This is to most black voters in Richmond County, honestly ask yourself what have Democrats done for you after decades of voting for them? Ask yourself are you better off now than a year ago? Do you like these high gas and grocery prices? If you want to improve your life, quit voting for skin color and vote for the most qualified person no matter who it is. This is from a white person that voted for a black man for President on two occasions, Alan Keyes. Yes this someone you called Uncle Tom. Please start thinking for yourself instead of letting the Democrat Party do it for you.

  5. Once and again You claim to be bias.I disagree with you Sir. You sound like a true Democrat and I am sure you are. Do you as a Pastor believe what the party mantra says about abortion. Any time, any month, or after birth. As far as HD who also is a pastor Shame on him and others who vote or support these heinous policies. I have many sins but killing unborn and born babies is not one.

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