Perdue’s opponent is only true Republican
Georgia voters have a rare opportunity to vote for a true statesman as opposed to a consummate politician in the upcoming Republican Primary this month.
Ray McBerry is a Republican candidate for governor of Georgia and will be on the ballot in opposition to incumbent Gov. Sonny Perdue. Mr. McBerry is a highly educated and very articulate candidate who has a thorough understanding of "Government of the People and by the People" as established by America’s founding fathers. He is the only true conservative candidate in the governor’s race who represents the principles and values America was founded upon — constitutional limited federal government, states’ rights and Christian values and principles.
Republicans in Georgia are predominantly Christian, conservative and patriotic. However, the so-called leadership of the Georgia Republican Party may not reflect the core values and beliefs of grass-roots Republicans across the state. The Metro Atlanta Chamber has publicly bragged they have enough influence in the Perdue administration to prevent the people of Georgia from voting on key issues the Chamber opposes.
Voters should be aware of the unfair treatment the Georgia Republican Party has given candidate Ray McBerry. The Executive Committee accepted his $3,000 fee the day he qualified but then refused to list him as a candidate on the official GOP Web site.
He was blacklisted from appearing at Republican events across the state. Incumbent Governor Perdue has refused to debate McBerry. Thus, Perdue has not had to defend his record, which includes failure to bring automotive manufacturing plants to Georgia and other economic issues important to Georgians.
Georgia voters are encouraged to visit the McBerry for Governor Web site: www.GeorgiaFirst.org. This site has become the most frequently visited site in current Georgia politics. Key issues are immigration, eminent domain, Ten Commandments, Second Amendment, abortion and fair flag vote. Georgia may witness one of the greatest upsets in state political history when McBerry defeats Governor Perdue. Thousands of McBerry supporters are active in Georgia every day working to accomplish this goal.
JAMES W. KING