Atlanta Young Republicans and Georgia Tech College Republicans Debate Viewing

Charlie keeps asking me to post this; I assume he just wants Angelyn to quit talking about it. Georgia GOP Chairman Padgett will provide opening remarks.

Thursday, February 25
7:00 p.m. Reception/Campaign Rally
8:00 p.m. Welcome Program
8:30 p.m. Debate

You can buy a ticket here.

$10 – Members of Young or College Republican clubs
$15 – General Admission


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Rules of Journalism (the Snarky version)

You missed a few…

Where? I am going to guess some place overdressed underage Republicans can hang out in the state of Georgia that is not a bar, pub or tavern.

How? The format is… Lincoln/Douglas; Collegiate; International Forensics Association; Robert’s Rules: English House of Commons style; Marquess of Queensbury; Thunderdome…?

AND Why? Besides the whole talking politics thing. Subjects? Who has to take the Democratic side or is this a intra-party match? Tea party vs. Neocons, RINO vs. Fundamentalist, Frankentrumps vs. every other Republican?

I really want to know the why.


Ellynn, my take is the event is a gathering to watch not debate, in which case I would guess a bar, pub, or tavern would be in play, maybe all three.

The ‘why’ probably has something to do with gop party finances.


Where is the fun in just viewing the “debate” when they could be having one themselves? (Can you guess I was on the debate team in High school…)


My snowbird neighbor came running over with a bottle of what she referred to as the best mustard ever for me – from Evansville, Wisconsin – Ringhands Beer Mustard –
Can you confirm this brag ?


Incorrect on the best mustard ever, Salty. My wife makes homemade mustard which is the best mustard ever. You, however, may very well have the silver medal winner there.


It should be noted that Wisconsin is home to the National Mustard Museum. Lots of mustard making German, Polish, Irish and French Canadian roots in the state. both my grandmothers made it in the fall while I was growing up. That being said, I would not know which one is the “best”, seeing as how I HATE mustard in general. However; my late father was a collector – if the dozen or so jars of the stuff that lived on the door of our refrigerator is any measure of mustard love. He ate some at least once a day on… Read more »