New Congressman Tom Graves and Krazy Congressman Paul Broun have something in common.

They both voted to protect perverts who senselessly kill small animals for sexual thrills.

Graves and Broun voted against House Resolution 5566 which would ban the sale and distribution of “crush videos”.  These videos show women crushing small animals to death with high heels, or their own bare feet, for men to masturbate to.

Seriously. These videos exist, people.

The new legislation makes the interstate sale of such videos a crime subject to fines and imprisonment of up to five years. The resolution passed overwhelmingly. In fact, only three congressmen voted against the legislation- Ron Paul, and both of North Georgia’s Congressmen (Graves & Broun).

According to CBS News:

Crush videos appeal to a sexual fetish by showing women crushing to death small animals with their bare feet or wearing high heels.

” The bill (Broun) voted against would protect small, defenseless animals from sexual deviants. Broun, Jr. sided with the deviants on this vote, yet further proof that he is an utter embarrassment,” said Broun’s opponent Russell Edwards.

No word on Lee Hawkins’ opinion, but he’s in a run-off with Graves in three weeks. Let’s see if he runs with it.

And Graves and Broun? You are both an utter embarrassment to our nation. Each of you should be checked for mental health- or a soul.


The implosion of the Hall County GOP is quickening to such a degree that now there are outward signs of the fracture.

Let’s look back only a few years ago. Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and sitting Congressman Nathan Deal lived within miles of one another, comfortably nestled in the valleys of Hall County. Between the two of them, they controlled a large portion of this state’s governing. Conventional wisdom said that Cagle would be our next Governor, and Deal would be the 9th district voice in DC for as many years as he could stand.

Now, Deal is in a Governor’s run-off that he can’t win. Cagle is hobbled by poor health and can’t run for larger office- although many think his bad back is from toting the weight of his own unproven scandalous issues.


Candidate Tom Graves has a couple million in ethical problems. James Mills had been supporting Graves. Now that the $2 million lawsuit against Graves has become an issue, what will James do? WWJD?

Will GOP Representative Mills blame the corrupt bank? Will he blame the corrupt politican? Or, will James hide like a little weasel? He should either bailout the bank or bailout his buddy!

When a candidate has such deep ethical problems as potentially defrauding a bank, his backers have to either abandon or double down with support.

In the case of Mills, he must make a decision and stand by his decision. Why? Mills is the Chair of the House Banking Committee. He ‘supervised’ the Georgia Banking Crisis. The banking crisis isn’t over but Chairman Mills has been blaming Washington. Now the crisis has him trapped.

Graves borrowed money that he can’t or won’t pay back. So tell us, James, how are you going to blame Washington this time?

Look for Mills to dump on Graves just like Mills dumped on Hawkins. It’s the Party line to blame the borrower for getting too far in debt. So let’s see if Mills takes a stand.

His banking buddies who give him 95% of his campaign funds.

His buddy Graves a Hall County outsider.

Or balme a foolish borrower who must accept the consequences of his actions.

Or weasel out by not taking a stand.