The Dixie Dove

August 2, 2010

Is Paul Broun Insane?
Georgia is one of the most beautiful, fast growing and productive states in the nation and the one thing we must have to move forward is
.....W A T E R...

Despite the fact that we've been blessed with relief from the drought presently Georgia is still facing a huge water crisis as we will lose all rights to the Lanier Reservoir in less than two years! This reservoir was built by the federal government and we will need their help and cooperation to replace it.
Meanwhile Paul Broun has chosen to try to make him self into the arch enemy of our president! Broun has chosen the occasion of America having our first African American president to raise the ghost of secession and question whether slavery should have been ended!
Paul Broun is crazy!


  1. oh goodie, another i hate democrats/i hate republicans blog.
    btw, there's no shortage of water, just an overabundance of thirst. your state has allowed itself to become overpopulated. live with it!

  2. Hey nonymouse, your opinion is as good as your name!

    And BTW I'm a stone cold liberal Democrat and support them to the max! Georgia essentially has no D representation.

    And the whole country and the whole world have grown and grown, we're all facing these challenges. Next time try to be a little constructive with your criticism!

  3. I recently heard your comments about this on CSPAN Washington Journal (August 15, 2010). Can you point to where Rep. Broun made these comments. As a side note, I'm a residents of Savannah, GA and find it great that the state is not full of Die Hard Conservatives / Republicans.

  4. Broun consistently refers to the Civil War as the 'War of Northern Aggression' I've heard it in person at a VFW town hall meeting. It is implicit in that statement that he thinks
    that was an immoral war and that the south should have been allowed to continue with slavery and secede meaning the end of the union.
    "If ObamaCare passes, that free insurance card that's in people's pockets is gonna be as worthless as a Confederate dollar after the War Between The States -- the Great War of Yankee Aggression."

  5. But the American Civil War was never about slavery, but states rights. The Fed. govt was involution of states rights as per the U.S. Constitution. Slavery as on the way out in the south anyway because it had become cheaper to pay the poor wights than for the upkeep of slaves. Taxation on the Southern hates had become unbearable and this lead to session form the Union. And if our taxation keeps on this same road who's to say that it wont happen again.