Nunn vs. Perdue
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David Perdue vs. Michelle Nunn Debate

The candidates held their first debate laying out their positions for this November’s election. Michelle Nunn portrayed David Purdue as obstructionist who would continue gridlock in Washington. David Perdue stated “If you like what’s going on in Washington, than vote for my opponent. She knows she will be nothing more than a proxy for (Senate Majority Leader) Harry Reid and President Barack Obama and nothing will change”. These two statements capture the difference between these two candidates and our two political parties.

Michelle Nunn believes in Washington and the Federal Government running everything. She believes that it’s her responsibility, if elected, to vote for more federal programs to solve what she and the Democrat Party see are the nation’s problems.

David Perdue believes that Washington and the ever growing Federal Government is the problem. He and the Republicans believe that Washington is not the solution to most of the problems facing our State. He believes that our State Government and Local Government can do a better job solving most of our problems.

Should healthcare, how we educate our children, and how we improve the economy to create more jobs, be solved in Washington or are they better solved back home in Georgia by Georgians. Michelle Nunn believes it should be done in Washington and David Perdue believes it should be done in Georgia by Georgians. David Perdue believes our tax money should stay in Georgia so Georgians have the money to solve our education problems. Michelle Nunn believes that our tax money should go to Washington so the Federal Government can solve our education problems, and so on.

This is the difference between these two candidates running to be our next U.S. Senator from the Great State of Georgia. Choose wisely.


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Bryant commented on Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014 at 10:49 AM

Ironside, I'm so glad that you personally know what each of the candidates think so I don't have to actually listen to their tasteless, uninformative attack ads. And I don't have to waste my time actually understanding their individual stances on the issues.

Not that either one of them would actually take a definitive stand on anything substantive.

SusanS commented on Saturday, Aug 30, 2014 at 13:05 PM

Hmmm, wondering why the sarcasm from Bryant. Really not necessary when someone attempts to share factual info from a debate...i.e. things that were said by each candidate.
Too many people don't pay attention and don't care and then walk into the voting booth and play eenie meenie miney moe! At least this may give some folks something to think about, or prod them to do some homework.

Bryant commented on Saturday, Aug 30, 2014 at 16:30 PM

Sarcasm directed at the leap from regurgitated talking points to what the candidates ' believe - a mighty leap. Also directed at all candidates lack of candor and specificity of proposals. Must not have been effective since I'm having to explain.

What a candidate believes means diddley if they don't have a plan for implementing those beliefs through legislation.

SusanS commented on Monday, Sep 01, 2014 at 00:34 AM

Sounds like maybe you should run and show them all how to do it. :-)

Sparklebeam commented on Monday, Sep 01, 2014 at 10:55 AM

Well, since Georgia is a Republican state and since over half of our city lives below the poverty level and over 30% of our county citizens live below the poverty level, I think I'm going with the Democrat. That information from census.gov.

Charles_and_Angie_Howell commented on Monday, Sep 01, 2014 at 18:59 PM

Jesus said, "You will always have the poor..." He is right - no matter what the median income is, or the standard of living, half the population is always below that level, and feel they are 'poor.'

I do not believe either party is interested in helping the poor. I think the Dems like everyone to be poor so they can continue to be elected to "help the poor." I don't think the GOP cares one way or the other about the poor.

I plan to vote for the candidate who has a plan to help everyone - rich, poor, Dem and GOP. I'd be ecstatic if either candidate quit blowing smoke up my butt and promised to help the country as a whole and not just this or that special interest group.


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