9 independents making a run for state offices

From the Athens Banner-Herald: Nine independents submitted petitions by Tuesday’s deadline to get on the November ballot for Georgia General Assembly seats, including one who wants to oppose Republican state Rep. Terry England of Auburn. Read more.

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Will Jones - Atlanta Jeffersonian Exegesis

July 15th, 2010
8:24 am

We need a rebirth of the Founders’ “whig” party. “Whig” means “anti-Roman Catholic.” Rome’s “Fifth Column” assassinated John and Martin (RC-CIA hit-team led by Nixon and GHW Bush) to send us to papal Vietnam to die shedding innocent blood for lies (Gulf of Tonkin “incident” never happened – sworn by witness Admiral Stockdale, MOH).

Independent candidates are a start as Demublicans and Republicrats sit idly or treasonously by as the Roman Catholics, alone on the SCOTUS, enact ‘Bush v. Gore,’ and ‘Citizens United,’ and all evacuated on Capitol Hill saw the “white jumbo jet” sweep up from the Pentagon as the report of the cruise missile strike rolled over them and all the security cameras’, and Virginia DOT cameras’, tapes “disappeared.”

The Creed is not a joke. G-d is not mocked.

Death for Treason

For History's Sake

July 15th, 2010
11:10 am

Ummm, Will Jones, check your history. 1. Gulf of Tonkin attacks did happen; the problem was that it was found that all the powers granted by the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution were prepared in a bill before the attack, meaning that Johnson was just waiting for an excuse to grab power. 2. The Whig party was not anti-Roman Catholic. There have always been anti-Catholic sentiments in America, but the only party that was actually anti-Catholic was some small no-name third party. The Whigs were originally the pro-revolutionaries prior to and during the Revolutionary War and the Whig Party itself was anti-Andrew Jackson. The Whigs were the evolution of the Federalists (The people who believed in a strong central government and more limited states rights) and eventually evolved into the Republican Party after the split between the “Cotton Whigs” and the “Conscience Whigs” in the debate over slavery. Check facts before posting a pointless tirade.