Nathan Deal’s Ethics: An Embarrassment to Georgia
Can We Afford Nathan Deal For Governor?
a purely state program, one that had generated financial benefit for Representative Deal
and his business partner. Further, while taking these steps, Representative Deal used
resources of the House of Representatives"
2010 Office of Congressional Ethics Report
Embarrassed That Nathan Deal Could Be
Your Next Governor? Get Involved!
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As an Atlanta-based search engine marketing and online reputation management firm, we are
normally in the business of enhancing reputations. And we much prefer it that way. But every so often things get so out of whack, so surreal, that no matter where you stand on the political spectrum you feel a moral obligation to get involved. This is true in the case of Nathan Deal's
Gubernatorial Campaign. To allow one of the most most ethically corrupt,
scandal-ridden politicians in Washington to become Georgia's next Governor is something we cannot do without at least putting up a fight.
As online marketing experts, we plan to use our search engine expertise and commitment to marriage equality to educate as many Georgians as possible about Nathan Deal's ethics. If you're tired of scandals and having morally corrupt politicians run our state, then please get involved and help us! Being conducted as a pro bono project under the direction of our Executive VP Seth Persily, you can read more about our Nathan Deal Campaign here.
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- Forum Participants: We need volunteers to interactively participate in forums and discussion groups across the web to shed light on what Nathan Deal is truly about. Help us spread the word!