Georgia Republican David Perdue didn't just respond to questions about his long career outsourcing jobs by saying
"defend it? I'm proud of it!" He said it on camera. In a tone that said "why would you ask me this crazy question?" It really has to be seen to be believed that any Senate candidate, let alone one with a small lead in a close race in the state with the highest unemployment rate in the country, would basically bear hug the idea of slashing American manufacturing jobs and replacing them with poverty-wage jobs in Asia.
"Defend it? I'm proud of it" could almost have come from a Democratic operative's dreams (short of something like "hell, yes, I made my name killing kittens") and it's impossible to believe it will not soon be blanketing the Georgia airwaves in ads from Michelle Nunn's campaign and outside groups alike.
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