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Georgia Lt. Governor candidate Ralph Reed brags about CAFTA vote

Was somewhat surprised to see the name of a Georgia Lt. Governor candidate pop up in the crowing of the Bush Administration victory on CAFTA. For those who are opposed to these continuing senseless Expensive Trade agreements thought that it was worth passing on for your consideration next year.

"The president deserves a lot of credit for a bold second-term agenda and for working closely with the Republican leadership on Capitol Hill," said Ralph Reed, president of Century Strategies, a political consultancy, and a Republican strategist. "We may well have what in the post-world war two period is a novelty an extraordinarily successful second term. He is a greatly underestimated legislative leader."

He predicted further second-term successes such as social security reform would follow, aided by an improving economy and solid Republican majority.

We have also noticed that Ralph Reed has refused to respond to our letter asking him for his position on outsourcing (See: Who supports using your tax dollars to send American jobs to India ...you will know in November 2006 ). By the way outsourcing just cost Atlanta another 180 jobs this week, by Earthlink. Brings their total of outsourced jobs to almost 3,000 (See: Georgia loses another 180 jobs to foreign countries - Earthlink this time and the lost jobs are in Atlanta ).

It is a SAD New Day in Georgia when Cynthia McKinney is voting more conservative than six of our seven Republican members of the US House of Representatives (See: CAFTA passed House by two votes ...).

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