Atlanta blogs today: First ladies for Hillary February 04 2008
"Like Maynard, Hillary believes in creating possibilities for all Americans. For 35 years, sheâ€™s fought to turn possibilities into realities. From civil rights to universal healthcare, Hillary Clinton has always been on our side."
â€” Valerie Jackson, widow of former Mayor Maynard Jackson and host of WABE-FM (90.1)'s book-themed "Between the Lines," endorses Sen. Hillary Clinton for president.
"Because Obama speaks our language: aspirational humanism. We believe that words of hope change things; similar words are spoken from UU pulpits each Sunday."
â€” Making Chutney on support for Sen. Barack Obama among Unitarian Universalist bloggers
"There surely has to be a Republican more competent, able to keep his pants on around female lobbyists, and more mature than the present Speaker of the House . . . Glenn Richardson has proven he cannot be trusted with the power of his office. He uses it for too many small minded purposes. And small minded leaders are dangerous creatures."
â€” Erick at Peach Pundit expresses more-than-mild displeasure at fellow Republican, Speaker Glenn Richardson. The inspiration for Erick's verbal assault: Richardson reportedly stripped Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ranger, of an important House leadership position and made him move his office out of the Capitol because Graves voted to re-elect Georgia DOT Chairman Mike Evans.