GA: Moore asks House for second chance

State Rep. Sam Moore (R-Macedonia) has withdrawn his bill lessening restrictions on sex offenders and is asking for a second chance after the proposal caused a public backlash Friday on the floor of the House of Representatives.

Moore, who is entering his third week in office, stood before the House on Monday morning and apologized to his fellow lawmakers, the voters in his District 22 and the entire state of Georgia — though he also criticized those who publicly bashed him. Full Article

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Gutless punk, begging for a second chance…

I’m really tempted to view this man as a total disappointment. However; if he get’s his second chance perhaps he can do something good in a more subtle way. I have to admit, he did come off as a in your face kind of guy in the beginning.

That’s just a version of the georgia public service ‘do as your told sam moore’ the the georgia peach..you won’t grow a pair there should be their motto……..leadership…decision maker..world leader=President Kennedy …the courage to make the right call against majority …the heart to even up the score………georgia…you’re no Kennedy.