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    Stop Obama in Georgia!

    Stop Obama in Georgia!

    Stop His Plans to Ban Rush, Hannity, O'Reilly, Boortz

    Scott Wheeler
    Executive Director



    Dear Supporter:

    First of all, thank you for your generous support in the past election. We could not claim victory but we did have an effect.

    I am writing you again about an urgent matter that will affect you and your family.

    The Democrats now control 57 seats in the Senate. They are perilously close to getting the 60 votes in the Senate they need to end filibuster and pass Obama's radical legislation.

    A special Georgia Senate run-off election is slated for December 2.

    The outcome of this race will impact all of us — especially if the Republican loses and Democrats get total control of the Senate.

    If the Democrats defeat Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss, they will be very close to getting the 60 votes they need in the Senate to pass Obama's radical legislation.

    Without the 60 votes, Obama won't be able to pass a new Fairness Doctrine limiting the power of talk radio. Sen. Chuck Schumer, a leader of the Democratic Senate has called talk radio "pornography." He and Pelosi have one goal — put Rush, Hannity, O'Reilly, Savage, Boortz, Beck and all the major hosts, out of business once and for all.

    Without the 60 votes, Obama can't pass legislation to increase income taxes, increase capital gains taxes, increase FICA taxes or any other taxes.

    Without the 60 votes, Obama won't be able to pass new social spending programs estimated as costing as much as $1 trillion.

    Without the 60 votes, Obama won't be able to nationalize the healthcare system.

    Without the 60 votes, Obama won't be able to give 12 million illegal aliens citizenship and other government benefits.

    Obama and the Congressional Democrats must be denied the 60 votes.

    You can stop Obama in Georgia — Help us — Go Here Now.

    The Democrats believe they may be able to persuade one or more liberal Republican senators like Arlen Specter to join them to pass Obama's legislation.

    They know they are very close to getting the magic number.

    That is why they are pouring millions of dollars as we speak in Georgia to win this special election and elect the liberal Democratic candidate Jim Martin.

    They will do whatever it takes to destroy Sen. Chambliss. Their union supporters will be bussed into the state for this last ditch effort to give Obama what he really wants: total control of the U.S. Congress.

    You must stop them. We can stop them. Donate Here — Go Here Now.

    We at the National Republican Trust PAC, also known as GOPtrust.com, are launching an emergency appeal to Republicans across the United States to help defeat Jim Martin and keep Saxby Chambliss in the U.S. Senate.

    Fox News analyst **** Morris calls us at the National Republican Trust the "most important group now in the Republican Party, our version of Moveon.org but more effective."

    **** Morris also said that "It's critical the Republicans win the Georgia race. The National Republican Trust PAC can make a huge difference."

    We are demonstrating our important work by focusing national support to help stop Barack Obama in Georgia and elect Saxby Chambliss.

    Early voting will start soon for Dec. 2 run-off. Time is short.

    We at the National Republican Trust PAC are planning a massive TV ad campaign to alert Georgia voters to the dangers of a Senate and Congress controlled by Barack Obama.

    It's important to remember that McCain beat Obama in Georgia by 52% to 47%.

    Still, Republicans are deeply concerned. Please help us — Go Here Now.

    The special run-off will bring out far fewer voters than the general election. Obama's campaign are masters at organizing small turn-out elections. They won every caucus state, for example.

    Have no doubt the Democrats will throw everything they have to get out core constituencies for Jim Martin: union members, African-Americans and other special interests.

    That's why our work at the National Republican Trust PAC is so critically important.

    Our TV ad campaign and other outreach efforts will alert Georgia Republicans that this election is like no other. In fact, the future of the United States depends on it.

    You can help us in our fight to keep Georgia's seat in Republican hands and out of Obama's control.

    The maximum donation is $5000 per person. With this amount we can blanket a whole city for a day with ads on broadcast and television.

    But even if you donate $2500 or $1000 or $500 or any amount we will put your money to good work.

    Donate Today — Go Here Now.


    Thank you.

    Yours for America,

    Scott Wheeler
    Executive Director

    P.S. As I am writing this to you, liberal Senator Chuck Schumer has just sent out an email to Democratic activists alerting them that his committee is targeting Georgia in the run-off "to help Barack Obama make fundamental change in this country." If you want to stop Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama, the place to do it is Georgia. We need your help today. Please donate by responding by Going Here Now or use our Donor Hotline and call Toll-Free 1-866-957-1467.


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    Actually Jim Martin is a good guy. The article above is not quite true. Jim martin is a democrat but no liberal in my opinion. hku thinks just cause your a democrat your a liberal. here is some stuff i have found. Basically what i am finding is this guy is trying to help the working america and get away from george bush economics.

    As an elder in my church, as a proud father and grandfather, and as a Vietnam War veteran, I have tried to live the values of faith, family, and patriotism. No one is going to take those values away from me, and no one in the race for U.S. Senate shares your values more than I do.(martinforsenate.com)

    Honoring Our Country's Soldiers and Veterans
    We owe a tremendous debt to our veterans who have served and sacrificed for our nation and its ideals. I served in Vietnam as a First Lieutenant in the Army because I believed it was my duty as a citizen of this country. I have always been proud of my military service and feel strongly that we should support our troops by using them more effectively on the battlefield and taking care of them when they come home.

    In the next Congress, we must discard the misguided priorities that have neglected to provide adequate care for our returning soldiers and their families. This means that veterans must have access to high-quality care as well as benefits and assistance that will help them transition back to civilian life and achieve the American dream.

    We must no longer tolerate the policies of the Bush administration, which spends $10 billion a month in Iraq but simultaneously tightens the purse strings on benefits and care for the courageous men and women who return from the battlefield. Over the past few years, the inadequate level of services for veterans and for active-duty soldiers returning from combat has been shameful: veterans' personal records have been exposed; Walter Reed Army Medical Center has fallen into disrepair; the number of pending claims has grown to more than 400,000; and the number of cases per year in which the VA has made a significant error has increased to more than 100,000.

    We must ensure that the Department of Veterans Affairs provides quality care to veterans no matter what they need - including everything from prosthetics to women's health - and no matter where they live. To ensure quality care, we owe the VA a long-term funding commitment, so that it can hire highly qualified medical professionals and maintain world-class facilities.

    We must also restore access to the VA health care system for a million modest-income veterans who have been barred from enrolling since 2003.

    And veterans must no longer be allowed to fall through the bureaucratic cracks and miss out on the benefits they deserve. The VA should have the means to hire additional employees who process claims for benefits, to ensure that decisions regarding benefits are made in a fair manner, and to minimize errors and delays while processing claims. Furthermore, veterans - especially those who are disabled in the line of duty - should be adequately informed and assisted in obtaining the benefits to which they are entitled.

    Notably, we must help veterans deal with the psychological effects of combat - including the nearly one in five soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan who suffer from issues such as depression, anxiety, or stress disorders. As Defense Secretary Robert Gates has done, we must make a concerted effort to eliminate the stigma for service members who seek counseling. In addition, we must hire additional health professionals in this area, do a better job of screening for such disorders, set out and implement standards of care, help out the families of soldiers and veterans dealing with these issues, and make sure that the claims process for related benefits is fair.

    Beyond dealing with returning soldiers' physical and mental health needs, we also need to help veterans in their transition from military duty to civilian life. We should not allow another returning service member to fall into homelessness, and we must reduce the number of homeless veterans - as many as 200,000 at any given time. We should expand rent subsidies and vouchers, and provide one-time assistance for veterans who cannot pay their rent. We also need to make homeownership more affordable for veterans.

    Congress was right to pass Virginia Senator Jim Webb's 21st Century GI Bill earlier this year, and President Bush was right to sign it. This new GI Bill gives our soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan the same opportunities that soldiers received when they returned home from World War II.

    Finally, we should recognize the sacrifices of our reserve and National Guard personnel, who have served alongside active-duty soldiers around the world. For reservists who have been deployed overseas in support of a combat operation, we should extend and expand their access to benefits - in keeping with the expansion in their role during the last decade. Furthermore, we should ensure that employers are not discriminating against reservists who are looking for work.

    We should lower taxes on middle class Americans while maintaining fiscal discipline.
    We need strong consumer protection laws to protect hard-working Americans from politically powerful special interests like credit card companies, insurance companies, banks, and oil companies.
    Economic policy must encourage research and innovation, including "green-collar" job initiatives, in order to fuel future economic growth.
    We have to rein in the federal budget and put an end to corporate welfare.

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    Well here's why I'm voting for Chambliss again:

    Saxby Chambliss on the Issues

    Martin is relatively unknown on his stances and has been rated "C" by NRA so I can't see voting for him.

    Jim Martin on the Issues

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    again jim martin is a country boy and i don't think his goal is to take our guns away. I'm sure he is a gun owner himself. Ron consider your vote for chambliss a vote for bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwtollett21 View Post
    again jim martin is a country boy and i don't think his goal is to take our guns away. I'm sure he is a gun owner himself. Ron consider your vote for chambliss a vote for bush.
    Sorry JW, but I don't agree with you (surprise). Chambliss, while I was unhappy about his vote for the financial bail out, doesn't vote Bush's way that often. More than 90% of the way he goes on the issues is the same way I would go.

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    This isn't about Bush! It's about radical agenda and changes that will affect all of our rights. Thank you ronwill for voting for the right man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwtollett21 View Post
    again jim martin is a country boy and i don't think his goal is to take our guns away. I'm sure he is a gun owner himself. Ron consider your vote for chambliss a vote for bush.
    Bush is leaving office in two months.
    Silent Running, by Mike and the Mechanics

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    "A vote for ???? is a vote for Bush" is a typical statement made in campaign ads by Dems. Martin's ad makes the same statement "A vote for Chambliss is a vote for Bush economics". This technique does seem to scare some, hence more wins in the Senate and Congress. Those who research before voting don't find it bothersome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwtollett21 View Post
    again jim martin is a country boy and i don't think his goal is to take our guns away. I'm sure he is a gun owner himself. Ron consider your vote for chambliss a vote for bush.
    OK WE GET IT YOU VOTED FOR GUN BAN OBAMA...

    Those of us whom respect the constitution and the second amendment as written; will support candidates such as SAXBY CHAMBLISS: Saxby Chambliss - US Senator for Georgia - Saxby.org whom are A+ rated by the NRA and GOA...

    YouTube - Obama on concealed weapons permits

    Obama: “...I am
    consistently on record and will
    continue to be on record as opposing
    concealed carry.”
    Chicago Tribune, April 27, 2004


    "My first priority will be to reinstate the assault weapons ban as soon as I take office. Within 90 days, we will go back after kitchen table dealers, and work to end the gun show and internet sales loopholes. In the first year, I intend to work with Congress on a national no carry law, 1 gun a month purchase limits, and bans on all semi-automatic guns."
    —Barack Obama, VPC Fund Raiser, 2007

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