– By: Larry Walker II –
President Barack Obama has endorsed Congressman Hank Johnson for re-election in the Fourth Congressional District of Georgia.
“Congressman Johnson has done an outstanding job,” said President Obama. “Together, we are fighting to restore middle class security and expand opportunity for all Americans. I’ve worked with Congressman Johnson as we’ve extended the security of health care to millions and pulled our economy back from the brink of collapse while protecting consumers and passing historic Wall Street reform. I am proud to stand with Hank and support his re-election.”
Congressman Johnson is famous for his on the record comment in March of 2010, where he reasoned that if 8,000 Marines were stationed on the Island of Guam, he feared the island could tip over and capsize due to overpopulation (see clip below).
And let’s not forget his 30 minute rant, Giants Need Midgets, in December of 2012 (see clip below). Despite these and many more idiotic comments, Johnson has not only been endorsed by Barack Obama, but he’s been re-elected 4 times, and runs virtually unopposed this year.
Unfortunately, there is no Republican candidate opposing Johnson in next month’s election. One has to wonder why. It seems that no one in the district is willing or able to oppose this moron. However there is one, and only one, alternative. Raymond L. Davis stands as the sole Certified Non-Partisan Write-In Candidate opposing Johnson this year. He may be our last hope.
Raymond L. Davis has lived in the Atlanta area for 33 years. The 50 year old is a licensed and ordained Minister at the Greater Traveler’s Rest Baptist Church, “House of Hope” in Decatur. He’s also the Founder, President/CEO of Genesis Network International, Inc., a 501c(3) non-profit organization that he has run for more than twenty years. Davis sits on many boards and is well known as an international and national advocate in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
If you’re sick and tired of President Obama’s policies, and his useless idiots like Hank Johnson, then don’t just skip over the District 4 U.S. Congressional section on this year’s ballot. It’s time to give someone else a shot. It’s time to send a clear message. This year, remember to write in Raymond L. Davis for United States House of Representatives, District 4.
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According to the Georgia Secretary of State's list of certified write-in candidates, Raymond L. Davis was a write-in candidate for the Fourth Congressional District. He was a candidate in the Fifth District in 2012. The District has changed since then, but my source is the Georgia Secretary of State, not some out-dated blog.