I find it interesting that the candidate who has spent almost 17 years in Washington is touted as the states' rights candidate, while the candidate who has spent over 10 years speaking on states' rights is presented as the "poser." Mr. Wilson needs to listen to the two candidates' stump speeches.
Nathan Deal proposes federal solutions to state problems, Ray McBerry proposes measure to remove the federal government from the state and from the lives of individuals. Mr. McBerry has already released 10 pieces of legislation to reclaim states' rights, sponsored by Rep. Bobby Franlkin in the GA House. Nathan Deal couldn't even take a stand on cash for clunkers, voted for the $8000 per home subsidy for the real estate business, etc. etc. This is not the behavior of a states' rights candidate.
The only real states' rights candidate in the race is Ray McBerry, the other candidates' in the GOP have simply jumped on the bandwagon.