Republicans ready to blow out the candles, belatedly, on Obama’s 100th day

Barack Obama’s 100th day in office will be on April 29. But Republicans appear willing to push the celebration into the next month.

The state GOP holds its convention in Savannah on May 15-16. The beginning of the Obama tenure is likely to be a major theme.

Days later, on May 19, the Georgia Christian Alliance will hold its annual fund-raiser. The organization headed by Sadie Fields will pair with WGKA (920AM) to bring in former education secretary Bill Bennett, Dennis Prager and Hugh Hewitt.

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It’s being billed as “the nation’s largest talk radio tour addressing President Barack Obama’s first 100 days in office.” The Alliance event will be at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center — tickets will be $30 a pop.

4 comments Add your comment

MaxieGrrrl

March 25th, 2009
4:22 pm

I am beginning to think they actually like it in the wilderness.

Aaron Burr V. Mexico

March 25th, 2009
5:52 pm

Stupid is as stupid does.

Copyleft

March 25th, 2009
7:48 pm

Ooooh, a “talk radio commentary on Obama’s first 100 days.”

Prepare for some thoughtful, well-reasoned points supported by logic and evidence in THAT extravaganza, you betcha. Gonna be some extra-sharp brains at work for this one.

I think Cartoon Network might be having a “Space Ghost” marathon that day… gonna be a tough choice.

Cynthia Tucker McKinney

March 25th, 2009
11:34 pm

Clinton liked having his candle blown. Bleated or not.