Sandra and I are ever grateful for the new friendships and memories we have gained this year. As we look forward to 2015, I am continually in awe at how blessed our state is and know that Georgia's best days are ahead. Happy Thanksgiving.
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Chairman John Padgett and the entire Georgia Republican Party would like to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. We express our thanks and gratitude to the men and women in our Armed Forces fighting for the very freedoms we enjoy on this holiday.
We must keep our Congressman Tom Graves in check when his vote for the Continuing Resolution comes up for a vote. Especially if it funds Obama's amnesty Executive Order.
This might be the likely scenario.
Remember when the GOP wanted to raise the debt ceiling, but claim they would oppose it. They voted to raise it, but then Congress could vote to stop the raise. The President could then veto the stoppage and the debt ceiling would raise. But the GOP could claim they opposed him.
In other words, the House Republicans are going to fund the President’s amnesty plan and then try to tell you how much they oppose it.
You are being played.
http://www.redstate.com/2014/11/20/republicans-will-vote-to-fund-president-obamas-amnesty-then-try-to-take-it-all-back/... See MoreSee Less
Rather than claiming 97 percent of scientists believe in man-made global warming, hopefully now some media outlets will revise that number closer to 50 percent. Contrary to the repeated insistence of both climate alarmists and the media, scientists do not all agree on the standard climate alarmism t…
How conservative is Tom Graves?
Liberty For All combines votes on civil liberties, non-intervention, personal freedom, government spending, and monetary policy.
According to the Liberty For All scorecard Tom gets a score of 61.
Compared to Justin Amash a 96. Thomas Massie a 92.
Paul Broun a 87. Jack Kingston a 64.
On the Senate side Mike Lee a 99. Ted Cruz a 98. Rand Paul a 96.
This should be a wake up call to every conservative in the 14th District.
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WASHINGTON -- U.S. Rep. Tom Graves will chair the Appropriations subcommittee on the Legislative Branch in the next Congress, becoming a "cardinal" in just his third full term in office. Graves, a Republican from Ranger, is the most junior cardinal, and his rapid rise on the money-disbursing committ…