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A Georgia reader holds his nose and votes; Update: Chambliss wins

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By Michelle Malkin  •  December 2, 2008 04:44 PM

It’s runoff day in Georgia. The lines at the polls have been short, which is probably good news for GOP incumbent Sen. Saxby Chambliss.

The bad news is that a lot of conservatives aren’t happy about the pro-bailout, pro-amnesty Republican, but feel they have to hold their nose and vote for him.

Ugh. I thought those days were over.

Reader Ryan e-mails about his voting experience this morning:

I just wanted to let you know that I just got back from voting here in Ga. Both the Atlanta Journal and the local poll workers are saying its been a light turnout today in the runoff election between RINO King Saxby Chambliss and Squirrel Head Jim Martin.

As much as I hated to vote for the RINO King, I had to cast ballot for him, if for nothing else to keep our Noble Chairman MaoBama from getting his Super-Majority…

Ryan, in Ga.

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Update: Chambliss wins the runoff. Now, conservatives must hold his feet to the fire.

One more thing: Guess the ‘Cuda Effect trumped the Luda Effect.

One other thing: Stacy McCain defends Saxby’s immigration record. Points taken, but the takeaway from his shamnesty dalliance is that the guy went wobbly went it mattered most — and it took massive resistance and vigilance to set him straight.

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