The rats scurry for cover. In this report from Jeff Hullinger at Atlanta TV 11Live.com, we learn that in Georgia Democrats don’t want to be seen in the company of the usurper-in-chief.
Look for this trend to accelerate as we get closer to the elections. But everyone should be aware that while they don’t want to be seen in public with him they still are supporting his agenda.
President Obama makes his first Atlanta appearance since his inauguration.
The President will fly into town Monday morning.
If you think this will be a time for Democrats running for office to rally around the chief executive- -you probably haven’t been following the campaigns this summer.
Former Governor Roy Barnes will not be available to meet Mr. Obama. The Democratic gubernatorial candidate will be somewhere in Georgia- – far from Atlanta.
Campaign manager Chris Carpenter released a statement:
“Roy has a busy campaign schedule in Middle and South Georgia on Monday where he’ll be talking to farmers and local law enforcement. Roy’s priority is to continue traveling across the state, talking to voters about jobs, education, and transportation- his plan to make Georgia work.”
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