An apology for voting for RINO Sen. Isakson

Tue, 10/13/2009 - 3:28pm
By: Letters to the ...

In 2004, I interviewed the three main Republican candidates for senator: Herman Cain, Mac Collins and Johnny Isakson. Each was asked 10 questions.

Johnny was a step above Mac and Mac was a step above Herman. All superior candidates. I even suggested to Mac and Herman that they drop out of this race and run for governor.

I supported Isakson and got a lot of local Mac supporters angry at me.

Within two years Isakson had betrayed my trust in many ways:

As a congressman, Johnny was a co-signer and early supporter of the Fair Tax. After the election, Johnny backed off his support and said he’d have to study it. To death.

As a congressman, Johnny said he was a strong supporter of the U.S. controlling its borders. As a senator, Johnny was wimpy and supported Bush’s amnesty for aliens and was wimpy about protecting our borders.

As a congressman, Johnny said he supported the U.S. becoming totally energy independent. As a senator, Johnny wimped out.

The only thing Johnny Isakson hasn’t lied about is his stated support for Choice in Education via vouchers. He hasn’t lied about this issue ... because it hasn’t come to a vote ... yet.

I would like to apologize to Mac Collins and Herman Cain and and their supporters for supporting a lying, party before principles, RINO like Johnny Isakson.

So ... is there a brave Republican with conservative values who’d like to run against a powerful, rich, well-connected, incumbent RINO like Isakson? I’ll support you.

If you’re Goldwater conservative Democrat or even a conservative Democrat like Sam Nunn, I’ll support you.

I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry ... sincerely.

Bill Bryan

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