New York Times ^ | MARCH 31, 2014 | ASHLEY PARKER
Posted on Monday, March 31, 2014 2:01:12 PM by reaganaut1
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Republicans, poised for strong gains in the midterm elections, are offering starkly conflicting messages about President Obama to rally their voters.
In one moment, they say the president is feckless and weak. But in the next, they say Mr. Obama is presiding over an “imperial presidency” that is exercising power that verges on dictatorial.
news.yahoo.com ^ | 2/3/14 | Abby Phillip
Posted on Monday, February 03, 2014 9:30:01 PM by cotton1706
Impeachment talk is all the rage-again.
politico.com ^ | October 9, 2013 | JOSE DELREAL
Posted on Thursday, October 10, 2013 9:09:09 AM by Tailgunner Joe
Howard Dean critiqued Rep. Paul Broun’s medical credentials Wednesday, expressing his disappointment in hearing “doctors talk like that” about Obamacare.
Broun, who is also a Republican senatorial candidate in Georgia, told Blitzer that he supported the shutdown because Obamacare would ruin patient care in the United States and shatter the economy.
Rep. Paul Broun: I was the first to call Obama a socialist
The Hill ^ | Jonathan Easley
Posted on Sunday, February 17, 2013 11:31:20 AM by JohnPDuncan
Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.) boasted in a fundraising letter that he was the first member of Congress to call President Obama a “socialist who embraces Marxist-Leninist policies,” according to text acquired by the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
“As a Member of the House of Representatives for the last few years, I have fought tooth-and-nail against President Obama’s agenda at every turn,” the letter reads in part. “I was the first Member of Congress to call him a socialist who embraces Marxist-Leninist policies like government control of health care and redistribution of wealth.”
Broun, who is running to fill the Georgia Senate seat being vacated by retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R), has made a name for himself by describing Obama as an extreme leftist. Late last month, Broun accused the president of following the Soviet Constitution.
Obama taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago prior to becoming a U.S. senator.
Broun recently took steps to fill the role of former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) as a top critic of the Federal Reserve. One of his first actions in the 113th Congress was to introduce legislation authorizing a massive audit of the central bank. He also may be considering a primary challenge to Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.).
2/9/2013 | Sherri Reese
Posted on Saturday, February 09, 2013 3:05:41 PM by eeevil conservative
I just talked with Congressman Dr Paul Broun. He is running to replace Saxby as US Senator from GA.
I need anyone and everyone who is interested in helping or learning to please contact me via FREEPmail.
I have personally spent time with this man, praying, dining, etc..
He is a present US Congressman from GA, but not MY Congressman. I have never been able to vote for him, because I am not in his district, yet he is always there when I need him. ALWAYS!
Broun launches Senate campaign, vows cuts… ““When I was sworn into the Marine Corps, and then again into the House of Representatives, I swore to defend the Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic. “
Georgia Republican Rep. Paul Broun built his Wednesday Senate campaign rollout around a promise to cut spending.
“When I was sworn into the Marine Corps, and then again into the House of Representatives, I swore to defend the Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic. Out-of-control spending has become our nation’s enemy,” he said in a statement released after a rally in Atlanta. “I’ll be the only candidate in this race whose first priority is to stop the runaway spending in Washington D.C.”
Will Rep. Paul Broun (The “Accidental” Congressman) be Karl Rove’s first ‘unelectable’ target? “”all that stuff I was taught about evolution and embryology and the big-bang theory, all that is lies straight from the pit of hell.”
He is exactly the kind of candidate that, in theory, Rove’s group would want to weed out. Ultra-conservative on both social and fiscal matters, Congressman Broun has amassed a reputation for making inflammatory and controversial statements during his time in Congress.
A doctor, he gained national attention last fall when he said at a sportsman’s banquet that “all that stuff I was taught about evolution and embryology and the big-bang theory, all that is lies straight from the pit of hell.”