This is great news for conservative Republicans. For the last month we have been waiting with bated breath for the outcome of the Georgia senatorial race. We knew if we lost to Jim Martin, who Obama was heavily backing, that Obama would basically have free reign as they would have an unstoppable majority.
Chambliss won the contest by nearly 60 percent. It was 57 to 43 in favor of Chambliss. You often hear people say that one person can’t make a difference, in this case, not only did it make a difference, it has saved our country from becoming a completely socialist nation under Obama. Palin went down to Georgia to endorse Chambliss. So much for her being a liability to the Republican party. The National Republican Trust PAC spent 1.2 million dollars to defeat Jim Martin. As far as political campaigns go that is small potatoes. So to pull off such a defeat when you got big league hitters such as Bill Clinton and Obama coming out in support of a candidate, shows how much this country is rejecting liberal talking heads-or at least Georgia.
The election of Saxby Chambliss shows that while we are down, we are not out and we still have an opportunity to make sure Obama has a very rough four years getting his radical agenda through. With crazy legislation like FOCA (Freedom of Choice Act), ENDA (Employment Non Discrimination Act) and other controversial bills being proposed and being that Obama owes favors to these people for tossing the Constitution aside and electing a potential foreigner to the office of President, we have to make sure we keep him in check.
So congratulations Georgia and thanks for seeing beyond the hype and electing a candidate that the Left absolutely tried to defeat. It shows with some gumption, a little money and a really good slingshot you too can bring down Goliath. But we have to keep up the fight. This is only the first of many long battles before us. God bless all of you who are not backing down, we need all of you and your spirit to continue “to bring forth a new nation” as we did with our first Republican leader seven score and eight years ago.