Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Big Jim Galloway says there isn't a Democrat in the Georgia US Senate Race!?

Hey Kids,

The work never stops here at Bludgeon & Skewer. We're looking as hard as we can for a candidate for the upcoming State House 19 race and Big Jim Galloway has to post up about the US Senate race. What's a poor Libertarian Community Organizer to do? Respond of course. All of you should head over and leave some pithy comments about the state of the race, but before you do, be sure to take a look at the Adsense sidebar and see if your favorite candidate has an ad running. Or the candidate you like least. Click 'em anyway, Adsense likes it and so do they!

Here are the breadcrumbs I left over at the AJC:

Bludgeon & Skewer
January 20th, 2010
1:55 pm

Greetings All,

Shocking news that the democrats can’t find a candidate, I seem to remember hearing about a fellow named RJ Hadley out of Rockdale county who was pursuing the democrat nod to get in that race. No worries though, there is a Libertarian Candidate in the race for Senator Isakson’s seat.

Chuck Donovan will carry the Libertarian banner this fall and call Senator Isakson out on a variety of issues. He’s already started taking our incumbent republican Senator to task over at his campaign website Drop by and see for yourself.

If our democrat brothers and sisters can’t get their act together and actually field a candidate for the seat it might lead to a repetition of the 2008 PSC race that saw Libertarian John Monds garner over 1,000,000 votes against the republican he ran against. Woo Hoo! And don’t forget that John Monds is running for Governor this time around, 2010 will be a great year for change!

Vote for Smaller Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom! Vote John Monds for Governor, Chuck Donovan for US Senate and David Chastain for Secretary of State!


  1. Yessir there is a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senator. I am the "fellow" named RJ Hadley. I am not a career politician. I am not worth millions. So I have small chance of being recognized by the Galloway or the mainstream media. No matter...I have and will continue to listen to all parties for solutions. That's what we need now. Answers not partisan games. You are correct that 2010 will be a great year for real change. The People will finally challenge the corporate stranglehold on our electeds. Thanks for asking, RJ4US

    RJ Hadley
    U.S. Senate Candidate 2010
    (404) 602-0942

  2. Mr. Hadley,

    So good of you to drop by. I have read of your exploits over at Peanut Politics and wish you well in your quest for the democrat nomination. I find Mr. Galloway's contentions about the state of the Senate campaign as nonsensical, the loss in Massachusetts should have no effect here in Georgia. We have wondered what was happening at the state party level that has delayed the democrat candidates from starting the long march to November. Any observations you might be willing to share would be appreciated by the readership.

    Once again, success to you sir.


    Shane Bruce