Understatement of the day award to Sue Everhart – Georgia’s GOP Chair, on Jerry Gonzalez of GALEO: “Radically partisan agenda”
by DA_King
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February 09, 2012 04:48 PM | 3224 views | 5 5 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Just so you will know: A statement from Georgia’s GOP Chair, Sue Everhart on Jerry Gonzalez and the coming GALEO membership drive.

The below statement is sent from the office of Georgia’s GOP Chair, and our friend, Sue Everhart regarding Gerardo E. (Jerry) Gonzalez over at GALEO, one of Atlanta’s many illegal alien lobby groups. GALEO is supported by Coca Cola, Georgia Power, UGA’s Fanning Institute  and Jane Fonda.

“This month, I was invited to attend an event hosted by the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials. While I am steadfast in my support for our conservative Latino Elected Officials, I also have fundamental philosophical differences with Mr. Jerry Gonzalez, the Executive Director of GALEO. It is a shame that Mr. Gonzalez uses his position of influence in a non-partisan organization to advance a radically partisan agenda, and for that reason I will not be attending the event. Moving forward, I look forward to continuing my work with our honest, hard working Latino leaders across Georgia.”

We congratulate Ms. Everhart on her clear command of polite understatement and her never-ending demonstration of conservative common sense and integrity. Sue is always the epitome of the perfect southern lady.

Unlike Jerry.

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misterbill
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February 11, 2012
Way to got Sue and D A!
swgal
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February 10, 2012
Thank you, Sue, for doing the right thing. D.A., thanks for another good piece of journalism.
DanBoy
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February 10, 2012
Everhart sure nailed Gonzalez. This guy has an organization fighting immigration enforcement that is funded by corporate Ga. and Jane fonda.

Also, a Ga. GOP judge is on the brd of directors which is lead by a GOP immigration lawyer hustler.

Gonzalez is an Obama socialist and he can prove it! Why is he not a subject of more reporting?

I enjoy King's blogs and columns - why doesn't the news department do some of this more often?
workingsue
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February 10, 2012
Whew! For a minute there I was wondering if Ms. Everhart had lost her mind. Thanks D.A. for letting us know she's still on the right side.
Marie in Marietta
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February 09, 2012
Good for Sue! It would have been weird if she accepted an invitation from that thug!
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