Getting my feet wet in the political and social justice arena; I guess I could conisder myself a community organizer or activist at this point…
Even still, after Democrats statewide are begging Nunn to tell us why they should elect her, she's sticking with her mime impression. Also, with all the crowing about how much money she's got in the bank and her 'name recognition', clearly that's working.
I say, bring it on and let's hope Biden can vote for Nunn in the May primaries; she's going to need his vote in May as well as some more visits. I just happen to be with Branko Radulovacki's campaign (Dr. Rad) and we're out to prove that some money just don't spend.
Y'all keep an eye on this race, as it's not just Dr. Rad who is fighting for democracy as well as the heart and soul of Georgia Democrats, but the OTHER three Democratic senatorial candidates: Steen Miles, Todd Robinson and Gerald Beckum.
No more Sophie's Choice elections; we want to see Georgia blue, but we insist we have real Democrats, first and foremost. As The Who sang, we won't be fooled again.
Big ups to Commissioner Cupid for remembering whom she truly serves at the leisure of, but it'll be hard to go against the cognitive dissonance on the Sovereign State of Cobb County. Yeah, the GOP definitely built that, too.
Good luck with that new stadium.
We show up with plastic shopping bags and Tupperware containers to get all the leftovers.
I take unflattering photos of them and post all over social media.
@Burroughston Broch - Is this why folks want to take their country back? I get it, they have a DeLorean with a flux capacitor, as that's about the only way we could recognize the kinder, gentler Republicans they seem to have forgotten they once were.
Memories, like the corners of their minds...
Good. Now, let's relocate the "Expelled Because of Their Color' statue honoring the African-American legislators who served during Reconstruction from the back of the Gold Dome to the front and get Jimmy Carter out of the corner.
I just hope that there might me a bit more outreach, dialogue and collaboration with future art installations in south Atlanta.
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