Wednesday, December 03, 2008


Move along Jim Martin, you b****

As I'm sure you now know, U.S. Senate candidate Jim Martin got his Democratic ass soundly beat in yesterday's run-off in Georgia.

In the closing days of the run-off campaign, Martin's opponent, Senator Saxby Chambliss, invited 2008 GOP VP-nominee Sarah Palin to stump for him. Who'd Martin get? The Three Kings of Misogyny. To wit:

That's rappers T.I., Young Jeezy, and Ludacris standing arm-and-arm with one Jim Martin. "What's so bad 'bout those guys?" you ask. Well, here're some sample lyrics from Mr. Ludacris' tune "Move Bitch":

Move bitch, get out the way
Get out the way bitch, get out the way
Move bitch, get out the way
Get out the way bitch, get out the way

Oh no! The fight's out
I'ma 'bout to punch yo lights out
Get the fuck back, guard ya grill
There's somethin' wrong, we can't stay still
I've been drankin' and bustin' two
and I been thankin' of bustin' you
Upside ya motherfuckin' forehead
And if your friends jump in, "Ohhh gurrlll", they'll be mo' dead
Causin' confusion, disturbin tha peace
It's not an illusion, we runnin the streets
So bye-bye to all you groupies and golddiggers
Is there a bumper on your ass? No Nigga!
I'm doin' a hundred on the highway
So if you do the speed limit, get the fuck outta my way
I'm D.U.I., hardly ever caught sober
and you about to get ran the fuck over

The campaign staffer who talked Jim Martin into posing for the above pic should be banished from Georgia Democratic politics forever. If Jim Martin didn't need to be talked into posing for that pic, then he should be banished from Georgia Democratic politics forever.

My sources tell me that if Martin had been able to keep the run-off close (he really had no chance in hell of winning election to the U.S. Senate), he was going to run for governor in 2010. Since there ain't no way in hell that he's gonna be the next governor of Georgia, reckon Jim Martin can secure a gig as a member of a gansta rapper's posse?!

UPDATE: If Jim Martin - or any Democrat for that matter - is still thinking about running for GA governor in '10, he needs to consider this map:

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