When silence becomes a virtue in political campaigns – Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)


Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
When silence becomes a virtue in political campaigns
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Might an empty podium mark an incumbent as aloof or detached? Especially at the congressional level, the financial advantages of incumbency erase any such worries. So tip your hat to U.S. Reps. Rob Woodall of Lawrenceville and Phil Gingrey of Marietta,

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1 comment to When silence becomes a virtue in political campaigns – Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)

  • Rightworm468
    August 19, 2012 at 4:32 pm | Reply

    In truth is is incredible the way the MSM has been complicit and that we now ((GET IT ))). Rob Woodall Georgia , I including the sound of that. Make it happen people as we need an advocate in the Senate for the people and also not for the corporations like most politicians end up!

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