Posted: 6:30 am Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Post-primary poll gives Jack Kingston an early edge over David Perdue 

By Greg Bluestein, Daniel Malloy and Jim Galloway

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Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jack Kingston on election night last week at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta. Curtis Compton, ccompton@ajc.com

A first post-primary poll gives U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston the edge over businessman David Perdue in Georgia’s closely-watched July 22 Republican Senate runoff.

The statewide survey by left-of-center Public Policy Polling gives Kingston 46 percent over Perdue’s 34 percent. The poll is the first in months to show Perdue in something other than first place, indicating that his surviving rival,  a Savannah congressman, has picked up some support from ousted tea party candidates Karen Handel, and U.S. Reps. Phil Gingrey and Paul Broun.

Your daily jolt on politics from the AJC's Political insider blogSome 20 percent of voters are still undecided in the contest, which could help decide control of the U.S. Senate. Interestingly, Kingston has substantial advantages over Perdue among women voters and those who voted for Mitt Romney in 2012.

The poll, which was conducted for the Democratically inclined guerrilla group Better Georgia, shows Democrat Michelle Nunn neck-and-neck with both potential GOP opponents. Nunn and Kingston were locked at 45 percent apiece, and Nunn led Perdue 48 percent to 46 percent.

The survey also showed a tight race for governor, with Gov. Nathan Deal in a 43-43 tie with Democrat Jason Carter. Libertarian Andrew Hunt was polling at 7 percent. The governor’s approval rating was at 38 percent while his disapproval rating was at 46 percent. That’s less than the 44 percent approval rating Deal logged in a recent AJC poll.

You can find the PPP questions and crosstabs here.

The poll’s Senate findings tracked with a recent survey by Rasmussen Reports, a GOP-leaning outfit. That poll, released last week,  gave Nunn slight leads over both potential GOP matchups. The GOP-leaning polling outfit released data from another poll on Monday, putting Carter at 48 percent to Deal’s 41 percent.

The PPP automated telephone poll was conducted Wednesday and Thursday and involved 803 voters. The Kingston versus Perdue question was asked of 410 GOP primary voters. The Rasmussen survey of 750 likely voters was conducted on May 21-22, 2014. The margin of sampling error is +/- 4 percentage points.

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Julianne Thompson, who co-chairs the Atlanta Tea Party, this morning endorsed U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, in his U.S. Senate runoff against businessman David Perdue.

Thompson was a major supporter of Karen Handel, who was eliminated from the contest in last week’s GOP primary.

The most interesting lines from Thompson, via a statement distributed by the Kingston campaign:

“We do not need someone to be another member of the Senate Country Club. We need courage…someone who is strong enough to fight for our principles in an atmosphere that is sometimes very difficult. We also need someone who is accessible and respects the fact that the people that elected him will hold him accountable.”

***

President Obama was not the only one taking a surprise Memorial Day trip to visit the troops. U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Augusta, visited troops overseas as well — though the details were withheld immediately for security reasons.

The bipartisan overseas delegation was led by Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., and included Reps. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla.; Markwayne Mullin, R-Okla.; Sean Maloney, D-N.Y.; and Pete Gallego, D-Texas.

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Speaking of the 12th District race and the last white Democrat in the Deep South, Russ Bynum of the Associated Press, has turned up evidence that Republicans are making sure they don’t squander their chance to oust John Barrow with an off-hand remark from their candidate, Augusta businessman Rick Allen:

Allen’s campaign declined to make the candidate available for an interview after his primary win last week. Instead, it issued a prepared statement in which Allen promised to plunge straight into the fall race in the 12th District, which covers 19 counties and includes the cities of Augusta, Statesboro, Dublin and Vidalia.

“We can now take this fight directly to John Barrow and Barack Obama and that is what we are going to do starting right here, right now,” Allen said.

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Hillary Rodham Clinton released the opening “author’s note” from her forthcoming memoir “Hard Choices.” A taste, via Politico:

“While my views and experiences will surely be scrutinized by followers of Washington’s long-running soap opera—who took what side, who opposed whom, who was up and who was down—I didn’t write this book for them. I wrote it for Americans and people everywhere who are trying to make sense of this rapidly changing world of ours, who want to understand how leaders and nations can work together and why they sometimes collide, and how their decisions affect all our lives …

“I wrote it for anyone anywhere who wonders whether the United States still has what it takes to lead. For me, the answer is a resounding ‘Yes.’ Talk of America’s decline has become commonplace, but my faith in our future has never been greater.”

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Senate Republicans are debating whether to run on a new “Contract with America” this year. Politico’s report on the effort includes a shout-out to one of two Republicans in Georgia’s runoff for U.S. Senate:

Rep. Jack Kingston of Georgia, a Republican battling in a two-person runoff for a Senate seat in the Peach State, has developed a six-point plan of proposals to bolster national defense, cut spending, push back on administration regulations, flatten the Tax Code and promote energy development. He also says the GOP should promote “workfare over welfare” programs, calling for measures such as work requirements for food stamp programs.

Kingston has distributed the plan to all GOP Senate candidates, but has yet to hear back from them.

But the original Contract author is not eager for a sequel. More from Politico:

“I don’t know that’s necessary this year,” Gingrich said in an interview. “I think they want to think about what they want to be positive about and what they want to do the first six months if they got the House and the Senate. I don’t know if I would try to turn that into a really formal structure at this point.”

Gingrich added: “They should be very careful.”

 

 

 

 

76 comments
JohnCoffey
JohnCoffey

I'm voting for Jack Kingston.  Perdue wants to dole out even more blue chip, family feeding jobs to foreigners via an expanded H-1B program.  Read his comments on the Technology of Georgia website at,


http://www.tagonline.org/resources/government-affairs/2014-us-senate-candidate-survey/david-perdue-r/


Jack Kingston says heck no, those jobs belong to Americans.  Read his response to a NumbersUSA questionnaire here,


https://www.numbersusa.com/content/elections/races/southeast/georgia/2014-georgia-us-senate.html


I hate voting for a Washington insider just like everybody else.  No, I haven't heard a peep out of Kingston since he has been in Washington.  All the same, I would rather vote for a wall flower who is looking out for the interests of Americans instead of a new face who would anxiously sell us down the river.

Demographic Cliff Hanger
Demographic Cliff Hanger

IT'S AS SIMPLE AS THIS: If you like what you see in Washington, then vote for Jack Kingston. He is an 11 term congressman that has been there since January of 1993. If you are please with the status quo, then you won't go wrong voting for Kingston.

If you are not happy with the way things are being handled in Washington, then vote for David Perdue. Yes he is a successful business man but why do people equate success with evil anyway? He is actually a decent person who worked hard for his success. If you are not pleased with government "as is", then vote for David Perdue.

There is a reason that all of the candidates are backing Perdue. They know where the "golden egg" comes from and are banking their hopes on getting a piece of the action if Jack Kingston is elected. Usually when you have that many career politicians backing a single person, that is a sign to me to vote for the other guy. 

Herman Cain was a successful business man that backs David Perdue. Is Herman Cain an evil Rich Guy? I beg to differ. He, too, is a nice, honorable individual that is just trying to change the direction of this country.

Whoever is elected, may God have mercy on them.

GraceD
GraceD

" Kingston has substantial advantages over Perdue among women voters and those who voted for Mitt Romney in 2012." I would like women that could actually support the GOP platform to explain to me "why". 

I would like to know why you would choose a Rep & party that has done so much damage to you, your daughters & granddaughters.

Please be logical.No political BS.  I really would like to know.

DavidFarrar
DavidFarrar

I can't imagine any Tea party worth its salt endorsing a state-wide public officer seeker who lives in a gated-island, let alone a gated-community.


ex animo

davidfarrar

Jke
Jke

From the AP:


ATLANTA (AP) -- Democratic candidates are trying to figure out whether to embrace or avoid President Barack Obama's health care overhaul - or land somewhere in between.

The president says his party shouldn't apologize or go on the defensive about the Affordable Care Act.

Candidates aren't so sure.


Two top recruits for Senate races - Michelle Nunn in Georgia and Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky - won't say how they would have voted when the Senate passed the bill in 2010. Their refusals are overshadowing their endorsements of individual parts of the law that are more popular than the law itself.


http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_DEMOCRATS_HEALTH_CARE?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

linuxfanatic
linuxfanatic

1. Bolster national defense: more spending

2. Cut spending: see #1

3. Push back on administration regulations: Obama will only be in office 2 more years and Kingston is running for 6

4. Flatten tax code: less revenue plus more spending

5. promote energy development: more spending and tax breaks for oil/gas/coal industries

6. workfare over welfare: so we are going to start requiring people who receive MediCare and Social Security to get full time jobs? Because - despite what is commonly believed - Social Security and MediCare are our two biggest entitlement programs by far, and more is spent on either of them (not both but either) than on the rest of the social welfare programs combined. I support real reform of our entitlement system (and its culture) as much as the next guy, but at some point the GOP has to move past their southern strategy dog whistle politics and start getting serious about actual policy. 

honested
honested

Judging by the current numbers, those of us who faked 'right' for the primary still have a job to do in putting perdue on the ballot.

Jefferson1776
Jefferson1776

He has wasted his time for 10 years, now I am supposed think he will do something.  Nope -- send Kingston to the unemployment line.

MoFaux
MoFaux

"Bolster defense"?  Why is the #1 country in the world in the area of Defense talking about spending more money on it?  No other country is even close, as far as spending goes.  How can any republican say this with a straight face and then start talking about cutting spending in the same breath?  This is a big reason why I have such a hard time taking any republican politician seriously.  When is enough enough?

JohnBoy10
JohnBoy10

@ Bill OrvisWhite

"Folks, WE NEED to take this mid-term thing seriously if WE want to put an end to this disastrous Obama-Care".

Good night!

Amen

Really?....give me a break, hypocrite....Amen?.....I guess God is with you on this one, eh Orvis?

The_Centrist
The_Centrist

Polls in July will have meaning in the runoff, and ones in October for Senator and Governor.

Few actually believe any Democrats will win statewide office in GA, but should be fun to watch until near the end.

Bill OrvisWhite
Bill OrvisWhite

I'm disappointed in Julianne. I love Julianne just as much as I love Jack, but Jack has been inside the Beltway for too long, hobnobbing with the elites while trying very hard to show that he has not lost his way. It's all a nice try, but the better qualified candidate in the race is the honorable David Purdue, a real fine gentleman and successful businessman. Those are the qualities that are needed in the US Senate - someone who can run the place as a business rather than as a shrine to entitlements. There is NO doubt that David will stand up to Hairy Read and the very liberal Chuck Schumer. Without a doubt, David WILL easily defeat Sam's embarrassing daughter in this fall's race.

Folks, WE NEED to take this mid-term thing seriously if WE want to put an end to this disastrous ObamaCare. WE need to get on the phones, these blogs, e-mails and whatever else - to spread the message that if WE THE PEOPLE want change, WE have to educate the public about how Washington is killing those of us who work hard to put meat and potatoes down on the table every single night.

Good night!

Amen,

Bill

RoadScholar
RoadScholar

Kingston has his six point proposal, which does not include infrastructure, immigration, education,etc. Oh, and what bills has he written that got approval?

NWGAL
NWGAL

Kingston knows the ropes in Washington. This time around that will not be to his advantage. Everyone wants to elect someone without the taint of Washington insiders. What will be interesting if Perdue is selected will be how his lack of political experience is treated versus Nunn's. They both come from political families so neither is truly a novice so the spin could be quite amusing.

MaryPolleys
MaryPolleys

@Demographic Cliff Hanger

I agree with you, but I think you meant to say, in your 3rd paragraph: "There is a reason that all of the candidates are backing Kingston."   just a typo, I expect...    I totally agree with your reasoning.

Hotdigittydog
Hotdigittydog

@GraceD  Would you please list all of these terrible things the Republican party has done to you, your daughters and granddaughters and how you have survived all this time under those horrific conditions. It's hard to be logical when trying to reply to such an illogical statement. Please no political BS.

MaryPolleys
MaryPolleys

@GraceD

I am a Republican woman, and I am thankful that one party is trying to protect the lives of unborn baby girls  (as well as boys).  I am not a victim by virtue of being a woman in need of big government to care for me. Any government big enough to give me and my daughters what we need is big enough to take from us what we have.  I just want my government to secure my unalienable rights given by the Creator  (one of which is not to kill unborn children)  and to keep the nation safe and to get the rules and regs off the backs of individuals and businesses so that I, as a woman, can succeed economically.  I do not want payments for babies whose fathers will not help provide for them, and I would not want my daughters to look to the government for their birth control, healthcare, or free phones. I would want them to get an education, learn to support themselves, be allowed to become independent so that they can then choose to become interdependent (not dependent)  with those they love, and be a blessing to others.  I do not want government giving them any incentives to be or do otherwise.

MaryPolleys
MaryPolleys

@DavidFarrar

Would you rather have Jack Kingston, a man who has become a multi-millionaire while being in elected office for the last 29 years, and whose campaign is supported by lobbyists?

Demographic Cliff Hanger
Demographic Cliff Hanger

@DavidFarrar I love the Tea Party. My son has worked for many a Tea Party Candidate. Unfortunately I have to disagree with you about the "worth its salt" comment. I happen to be a guy that doesn't think that all rich people are evil. I don't judge someone based on their net worth but on their character. Is Truett Cathy an evil individual? Is Herman Cain another Rockefeller? I am sure that Rand Paul (incidentally I love him and his dad) are fairly wealthy but I don't despise them for their hard-earned wealth. Too many people equate monetary success with evil. Perhaps it's just jealousy. Money just accentuates the character of a person. If you are poor, but a giver, I think if you become rich, you will still be a giver. If you are poor and selfish, you may become rich and selfish.


We have three options here: 


David Perdue - (Evil) Millionaire who dares, at age 64, to run for Senate to make a difference in this world. How dare him - skipping his retirement to try to shake up Washington D.C.


Jack Kingston - An Eleven term Congressman who went into office January of 1993 and like Rip Van Winkle, you never heard from him again. Yes, I said 11 years. How often did you hear his name, as a Congressman from GA, in the last 20 years.


Michelle Nunn - Do I even have to go there. If you want to know more about Michelle Nunn, just look at Obama and his record.


The choice is yours but THIS TEABAGGER chooses the OUTSIDER born from School Teacher parents in South Georgia, who worked hard to earn his BA and MA from GA Tech before going on to success.


Might I add that I voted for an Rich Actor once. His name was Ronald Reagan.

DavidFarrar
DavidFarrar

@Jke


I wonder which of the three Georgia senatorial candidates: Nunn, Perdue, or Kingston, support H.B. 2377 (the Enlist Act), which Boehner may bring it to the floor of the House in July, rumor has it?


ex animo

davidfarrar

DS
DS

Obamacare was given a poor reputation by the clumsy start and the Republican smear campaign. But recent news is really good---this complicated program is actually starting to work.

It's only a matter of time before people see real life examples that will convince them that the program is successful. This will be much more effective than the Republican smear campaign, which wiil be one more piece of evidence that they cannot be trusted to tell the truth.

This has already started. Republican governor Scott, of Florida, staged a visit to a senior citizens center to get their horror stories about Obamacare. Trouble is, they thought it was great, and they regaled him with heartwarming stories about how Obamacare had already helped their children and younger friends. Scott was bummed.

MiltonMan
MiltonMan

Either one of them will stomp Mrs. Mary "Eye Candy" Nunn.

Demographic Cliff Hanger
Demographic Cliff Hanger

@Jefferson1776

Kingston has been in Congress since January 3, 1993. Let me repeat that for those who are slow or those who are in to sadomasochism. Kingston has been in Congress since January 3, 1993. What has he done to earn such great (not) name recognition? You hear about Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul BUT did Jack Kingston in 11 terms ever "Rock the Boat" like the aforementioned?

Jack Kingston has been in CONGRESS SINCE January of 1993!!!!! He once said that (paraphrased) "maybe we should make kids work for their free school lunches." I think there may be some merit to the comment. Entitlement is out of control. What about Jack Kingston's free meals in congress (actually they weren't free, you and I payed for them with our tax money). You can find it on YouTube if you like.

At least Perdue has worked hard for his money and is a depiction of the old adage that if you work hard than sometimes good things happen. Why is it in America that people strive to be a success by going to school, working hard, etc., Friends and Family rally around them. Once success is achieved, than everyone thinks that they are evil. America is starting to sound like they have some "Bolshevik" type animosity toward successful people. That is a very unhealthy attitude for such a great country.

I don't have a dog in this fight but I do know that Jack Kingston has been in office WAY TOO LONG and I do not want Nunn as my Senator. Perdue is actually a decent person who just happens to have SUCCESS in his Bio.

If you are pleased with the way things are done in Washington as you see it now, then please vote for Kingston and you will be pleased. If you actually do want to see change, in a good way, then vote for Perdue.

td1234
td1234

@MoFaux We are also the number 1 country in the world for spending on means tested programs so why does the left believe we should spend more? 

honested
honested

@MoFaux 

Apparently, there is a subset of the republiklan party who are simply not satisfied unless the Citizens of the United States are permanently suffering under the most expensive military industrial complex in the universe!

Bill OrvisWhite
Bill OrvisWhite

@JohnBoy10 You are finally correct about one thing: God is with me on this and many other issues. Our beloved Founding Fathers would have never envisioned unfunded mandates like this health care scheme. Amen, Bill

linuxfanatic
linuxfanatic

@The_Centrist


The polls do have meaning. The voters, including even right-leaning independents, are unimpressed with Georgia's GOP leaders. As well they should be, considering how little they have accomplished after having been in power for 12 years, and how the party so often closes ranks around a tiny club of insiders and locks out some very qualified and compelling potential leaders with good ideas. Unless the Georgia GOP changes by nominating a better cast of characters and coming up with an actual agenda, even if they win in 2014, they could be in real trouble in the future, as early as 2016.


Right now, the GOP's biggest advantage is that the state Dems keep moving to the left. If the Dems were not absolutely determined to follow the national party off a cliff, they would be competitive already. But at some point the GOP's luck with the state Democratic Party will run out. 

Demographic Cliff Hanger
Demographic Cliff Hanger

@Bill OrvisWhite


I agree with Mr. Bill OrvisWhite.

Jack Kingston has been in Congress since January 3, 1993. WAY TOO LONG. Let me repeat that for those who are slow or those who are in to sadomasochism. Kingston has been in Congress since January 3, 1993. What has he done to earn such great (not) name recognition? You hear about Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul BUT did Jack Kingston in 11 terms ever "Rock the Boat" like the aforementioned?

Jack Kingston has been in CONGRESS SINCE January of 1993!!!!! He once said that (paraphrased) "maybe we should make kids work for their free school lunches." I think there may be some merit to the comment. Entitlement is out of control. What about Jack Kingston's free meals in congress (actually they weren't free, you and I payed for them with our tax money). You can find it on YouTube if you like.

At least Perdue has worked hard for his money and is a depiction of the old adage that if you work hard than sometimes good things happen. Why is it in America that people strive to be a success by going to school, working hard, etc., Friends and Family rally around them. Once success is achieved, than everyone thinks that they are evil. America is starting to sound like they have some "Bolshevik" type animosity toward successful people. That is a very unhealthy attitude for such a great country.

I don't have a dog in this fight but I do know that Jack Kingston has been in office WAY TOO LONG and I do not want Nunn as my Senator. Perdue is actually a decent person who just happens to have SUCCESS in his Bio.

If you are pleased with the way things are done in Washington as you see it now, then please vote for Kingston and you will be pleased. If you actually do want to see change, in a good way, then vote for Perdue.

DS
DS

@Bill, disastrous Obamacare?

Over 8 million enrolled, exceeding the 7 million expected. 80-90% of newly insured are paying premiums, in line with expectations. Uninsured population has dropped from 18% to 13.7%

Insurers have refunded $1.5 billion in excess premiums. Insurers have increased their earrnings estimates. They've announced that they will increase their participation in exchanges next year, thereby increasing competition.

Goldman Sachs has reported that Obamacare is stimulating the economy and driving economic growth.

Hospital Corporation of America has reported a huge drop in uninsured admissions in states that have accepted Medicaid expansion. This saves costs for HCA, but also for taxpayers in those states that don't have to help pay for uninsured health care.

Good news abounds. Obamacare is a success.

honested
honested

@Bill OrvisWhite 

Yes I think you will gain massive voter appeal by campaigning to strip people of the insurance coverage they were FINALLY able to obtain.

What a loon.

linuxfanatic
linuxfanatic

@Bill OrvisWhite


Please understand that even if you do win the Senate:
A) the Dems will block any attempt to overturn Obamacare with a filibuster

B) Obama will veto any attempt to overturn Obamacare


You will need a GOP House, GOP president and a LARGE GOP majority in the Senate to end Obamacare. 

DS
DS

I don't see the Enlist Act drawing much support from anyone. It would be expedited amnesty for illegal immigrants, which is anathema to conservatives. And it would use the military as a fast lane to citizenship during a post-war military draw down, which seems oddly dysfunctional to moderates.

MoFaux
MoFaux

@td1234 @MoFaux The Defense is roughly 20% of our entire budget, so your question is moot.  I'm not saying we should stop military spending 100%.  I am saying that we can defend our country adequately by spending FAR less than we are now, and it would solve a great deal of our problems.  But, people like you swallow the fear pill given to you by inane politicians.  Luckily for you, Obamacare covers that pill 100%.

td1234
td1234

@honested Providing for the defense of this nation is the number 1 and only major priority for the national government. We also spend way less today as a % of GDP then we have in many years. 

MoFaux
MoFaux

@honested @MoFaux Perhaps this subset will also want to fund bio-engineering research to literally "arm" all US citizens.  Where is my robotic appendage that fires grenades already?

honested
honested

@linuxfanatic @The_Centrist 

Which Democrats are 'moving to the left'?

I would like to give them money and help them get elected!

Anyway, why would anyone want to emulate 12 years of failed republican rule?

Kamchak
Kamchak

@linuxfanatic 

... the state Dems keep moving to the left.

Not intended to be a factual statement.

Bill OrvisWhite
Bill OrvisWhite

@DS Folks' premiums went through the roof and millions got kicked off of their privatized plans due to this draconian mandate. "YOU CAN KEEP YOUR PLAN!" is the lie of the century - just like "I WAS FOR IT BEFORE I WAS AGAINST IT!" or "I DID NOT HAVE SEXUAL RELATIONS WITH THAT WOMAN..." GIMME A BREAK! GOOD NIGHT! OH MY LORD! Oh, wait a minute: how about Fast and Furious? BenghaziGate? VeteransGate? We-have-57-statesgate? The list goes on and on with this so-called "administration" that is filled with anti-colonial incompetents who ought to be dragged out to Gitmo for their anti-businessism, pro-taxism and big government policies which are completely treasonous! Our Founding Fathers never intended a massive unfunded mandate to be foisted upon the states! This is why The Southern Coalition of the United States NEEDS to form. This is where these southern states can band together and keep this nonsense from permeating our borders. Those of you who wish to join this federal health care program can move to Taxachusetts and see what it feels like to have your paychecks confiscated by 90 perecent!....or maybe you'll sit on your duffs by the Boston Harbor waiting for your handouts. 

GOOD NIGHT!

Amen,

Bill

Bill OrvisWhite
Bill OrvisWhite

@linuxfanatic Rightfully electing the honorable David Purdue to the US Senate will certainly get the ball rolling towards the proper dismantling of ObamaCare and erasing ObamaDebt. Once that mission is accomplished, then it will be 2016 and a quality Republican candidate will easily defeat Mrs. Rodman-Clinton. Thank you for trying - you lose - next? Amen, Bill 

Derwin0
Derwin0

@linuxfanatic @Bill OrvisWhite Don't need a GOP House or Senate.  Obama has already set a precedent where the President can unilaterally wave portions of the law via decree.  

honested
honested

@td1234 @honested 

Providing for 'defense of this nation' does not require providing free security and profit protection for all offshore business entities. 

We could 'defend this nation' for less than 30% of what we spend now, but it would prevent Congresspeople from spreading weapons systems across every district in the Country in the most inefficient method possible.

We may spend a tiny bit less now that we aren't wasting billions a day on the Iraqi War of Choice and we will be spending another tiny bit less once the Afghan Fiasco is finally brought to a close, but tell me, what did either of these massive wastes of money do to 'defend the nation'?

Bill OrvisWhite
Bill OrvisWhite

@linuxfanatic @Derwin0 Under this "president," executive powers have expanded too far. WE THE PEOPLE NEED a Republican House and Senate to scale those powers back. Amen, Bill