looks at the likely Republican field to replace the retiring Georgia Senator.
I am prompted to ask, what the hell is wrong with the water in Georgia?
Listed in the same order that NM with their commentary:
Cain would be the instant frontrunner if he joined the race. According to a December Public Policy Polling poll, 68 percent of Georgia Republicans view Cain favorably, and he would begin the campaign far ahead of the field.
Broun has recently made headlines for claiming that evolution and the big bang theory are “lies straight from the pit of Hell,” and for declaring “I think the only Constitution that Barack Obama upholds is the Soviet constitution.”
The only major hurdle for Gingrey: his recent remark that disgraced former congressman Todd Akin was “partially right” when he claimed that women rarely become pregnant as a result of “legitimate rape.”
Price, who endeared himself to conservatives with his almost comically dire warnings about the Affordable Care Act, was a rumored candidate for Speaker of the House if John Boehner had been successfully toppled by a right-wing insurrection.
sparked controversy when she pushed Komen to cut its support for Planned Parenthood — a move that caused a public uproar, eventually causing the foundation to reverse its decision and Handel to resign.