“When he wants to raise your taxes, when he wants to tinker with the Second Amendment, when he wants to make proposals with respect to health care that is going to take your choice of choosing your doctor away form you, then I’m going to be the 41st senator to stand up and say no.”
Those were some of the words from reelected Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss of Georgia last night following the vote count.
“Tonight, the voters of Georgia have spoken,” he told supporters. “I accept the decision that has been made.”
Saxby Chambiss promised to be a firewall against the Democrats in Washington.
“You have delivered a message that a balance in government in Washington is necessary and that’s not only what the people of Georgia want, it’s what the people of America want,” Chambliss told 500 cheering supporters at a victory rally in Cobb County.
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