Jason Carter, a Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, spoke today to the annual conference of the 6th Episcopal District of the CME Church meeting at Paine College. Augusta Mayor-Elect Hardie Davis also attended today’s event.
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This deja vu with another Carter is making me ill. If Jason Carter wins I'm going to find a case of Billy Beer and drink it all in one sitting.
How is it that the CME church is a tax-exempt organization but that is hosting a political candidate of one particular party?
It's defacto endorsement, and wrong.
LL, what are your thoughts?
It would seem ironic that a college run as poorly as Paine would ask the son of the second worst president in history to speak there.
preaching and praying. I hope there was no endorsement and I hope he was just someone to look at on the podium. I was thinking a donation from his to the Paine Foundation might be nice but Bradley would figure out a way to squander it. The man knows nothing about being an administrator especially with his money handling techniques. I really can't understand how Paine and SC State can't manage money without stealing from one account to pay of debt somewhere else. And then to have the audacity to start a football program. Good for school spirit, I suppose so, but just another iron in the fire to waste money on.
that Paine is gonna want some state funds because it is so important that they exist........?? Bet they do....
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