In post-election morning appearances, Democratic nominee for governor Roy Barnes was the picture of humility when discussing his 66 percent comeback.
But very quickly, his campaign issued this YouTube video of his eight-minute, stem-winder of a victory speech that laid into both Karen Handel and Nathan Deal – though not by name.
Toward the end of the address, Barnes begins his push for candidate-on-candidate debates in the fall campaign.
Though he tried to cover it up, anyone who watched the seven-man Democratic primary debates could see Barnes’ frustration with the cumbersome format that has become standard.
The former governor doesn’t want any namby-pamby panel of journalists separating him from his quarry. Whoever it may be.