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Given the constant tumult that we are experiencing in our nation’s political sector these days, it can be hard to find a good time to crack a smile or ponder the absurdity of it all.

For instance, the White House Press Correspondents’ Dinner used to be a lively, jovial affair full of good hearted ribbing, a little political pizzaz, and a “let’s hug it out” attitude.  This year, of course, wasn’t quite that.

So that’s why it’s important to celebrate those within our political system that do take the time to remember that we’re all Americans, no matter our differences, and definitely in spite of any preconceived notions about one another.

Enter Brian Kemp; a Georgia gubernatorial candidate whose latest campaign advertisements are sending the prudish liberals into a tizzy.

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Kemp’s first ad, “Jake” garnered national attention earlier this month. Now, the commercial has over one million views across all online platforms. “So Conservative” is approaching similar numbers just five days after going up on TV in Georgia.

Kemp is running second in a crowded Republican Primary. Election Day is May 22, 2018.

Clearly, Brian Kemp is the only candidate for governor that Democrats actually fear. They aren’t bashing the “frontrunner” or “true conservative.” The “outsider” or the bomb thrower. They are coming after Kemp – daily – with unbridled rage.

Georgia’s next governor needs a steel spine and a matching pair of boots. We can’t afford a soft, career politician in the governor’s office. We need a proven, conservative businessman with a track record of fighting – and winning – for Georgia.

Kemp hasn’t shied away from the controversy, certainly.  His latest campaign ad is an incredible testament to that, and should be required viewing for America’s conservatives.

Yep.  He just said that.

Of in the distance you can almost hear the faint “pop…pop…pop…” of liberal heads exploding.

On Twitter, democrats and their progressive peons were redefining belligerence over Kemp’s ad.

Maybe we should examine the idea of making an advertisement entitled “So Tolerant” about all of these bleeding heart liberals?


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