Time: George Gollin 'Making Money on Gov. Shutdown'
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What would it cost to get a guy in a Pedobear costume to show up at a Gollum rally? Whatever it is, it would be totally worth it.

Pedobear At Jerry Sandusky Trial
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(10-08-2013, 03:03 PM)Armando Ramos Wrote: What would it cost to get a guy in a Pedobear costume to show up at a Gollum rally? Whatever it is, it would be totally worth it.

Been there, done that.

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George Gollin sure seems chummy with Pedobear. I wonder what they have in common? I bet it's not pocket pool, at least not in their own pockets. Someone should ask his radical lesbian cheerleader daughter Chlamydia if she knows.
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(10-14-2013, 08:37 AM)Don Dresden Wrote: [Image: GeorgeGollinPedobear02.jpg]
George Gollin sure seems chummy with Pedobear.

Looks like George Gollin is trying to cop a feel off Pedobear. But Pedobear's body language suggests he's in full defensive mode. Even perverts are disgusted by George 'I Was Going To Fuck Them' Gollin!
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What are Grandma and Donald doing in the basement? Counting the money!

Quote:Updated: Gollin puts $165,000 into his campaign for Congress
Mon, 10/14/2013 - 5:55pm | Tom Kacich

CHAMPAIGN — Democratic congressional candidate George Gollin of Champaign has put $165,000 of his own money into his 13th Congressional District race, a report filed with the Federal Election Commission shows.

Gollin, 60, a physics professor at the University of Illinois, reported $135,509 in contributions since organizing his campaign in February. With $165,000 in what is listed as two separate loans to his campaign, Gollin now has $262,087 on hand.

"That's what I'm willing to do at this point," Gollin said Monday of his personal financial commitment. "Later, we'll see. Later is later. It felt like it was good enough to do right now."

Apparently neither of the other announced Democratic candidates in the 13th Congressional District, Ann Callis of Edwardsville nor David Green of Champaign, has yet filed a third quarter report with the FEC. But certain parts of the FEC website are not being updated because of the partial government shutdown.

Republican candidates Erika Harold and incumbent Rep. Rodney Davis also have not filed third quarter reports, according to the FEC website.

Many of Gollin's donors were from out of state — New York, California, New Jersey, Indiana, Missouri, Virginia and Florida — and were identified either as professors, scientists or physicists. Several already have given the maximum $5,200 contribution, including longtime friends Philip Bucksbaum and his wife, Roberta Morris of Menlo Park, Calif.; Peter Meyers and Grayson Barber of Princeton, N.J.; and Tamar Eskin of Glenn Dale, Md.

Also giving the maximum were both Gollin's mother, Dolores Joseph of Champaign and her partner, Dr. Donald Jones, also of Champaign.

Gollin also received several campaign contributions from University of Illinois faculty members and retirees, including $250 from former Urbana campus Chancellor Richard H. Herman and $1,000 from Nobel Prize-winning physicist Anthony Leggett.

"I'm very gratified how the people I call — a lot of them teach science at universities and do research — and they really light up when I tell them I'm running for office," Gollin said. "They all know the importance of science, technology and education in America, and they really light up about this. They've been very forthcoming, which is very gratifying. I didn't know how well it would go, but people are excited about my running."

Gollin received no money from political action committees or Democratic Party groups, although he said he wouldn't rule that out.

"I've been calling people as opposed to organizations on the phone to describe my hopes of becoming elected," he said. "I haven't been focusing on PACs at this point. It would depend on what their stances were on issues. There are PACs that do good stuff."

The Gollin campaign also released the results of a poll by Public Policy Polling that shows both Gollin and Callis — who is backed by U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee — trailing freshman U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville.

But the results are statistically similar, with Gollin trailing Davis 41 percent to 33 percent while Callis is behind the congressman, 40 percent to 35 percent. The margin of error in the poll was plus or minus 3.6 percent.

The poll of 738 voters in the 13th District was taken Oct. 7 and 8. The 13th District runs in an arc across central Illinois, starting at Champaign-Urbana and cutting through Decatur, Springfield and parts of Bloomington-Normal down to Edwardsville and Collinsville.

"Obviously, these are terrific results for Dr. Gollin's campaign. The political insiders have been selling the idea that only Ms. Callis could compete against Rodney Davis, and that's clearly not true," said Gollin's campaign manager, Monica Biddix. "We have said from the start that this is not the year for incumbents or insiders."

A separate primary-only poll from PPP showed 52 percent of voters were undecided about their primary choice, and another 22 percent said they could change their mind.
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Stalker George Gollin meets fellow pocket-pool playing dem dumbass Mike Matejka, accompanied by his "campaign manager."


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Democratic Party Communications Co-Chairman Mike Matejka, right, greets guests, including George Gollin, candidate for U.S. Congress, and Monica Biddix, as they arrive at the McLean County Democratic Party Dinner at Illinois State University's Bone Student Center, Sunday, October 13, 2013.
http://www.pantagraph.com/democratic-par...f887a.html

In 2012 North Carolina passed Amendment One, making it unconstitutional for the state to recognize or perform same-sex "marriages" or civil unions, 61.04% to 38.96%.

What kind of person would vote against that? What kind of person would announce to the Gay Straight Alliance that they had voted against that?

George Gollin's "campaign manager" Monica Biddix, for one:

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https://www.facebook.com/mitchellcountyg...2572269034

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George Gollin's "campaign manager" Monica Biddix shows off her, um, catch. Something smells fishy, and it's not the fish.

I think she uses the same can of 10W-40 on her hair that Debbie Wasserman Schultz uses.
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Looks like George Gollin is going to have to loan himself some more money. Maybe Grandma and Donald can kick in a little more too.

People in Champaign support Gollin's opponent? Familiarity breeds contempt!

Quote:Callis outraises Dem opponents in 13th District race
Tue, 10/15/2013 - 5:35pm | Tom Kacich

WASHINGTON — Ann Callis, the Democratic Party's favored candidate for Congress in the 13th Congressional District, Tuesday reported a $370,175 campaign treasury, including more than $240,000 collected in the last three months.

Callis, a former Madison County judge, has about $100,000 more on hand than Champaign physicist George Gollin, another Democratic candidate in the 13th District.

The third Democratic hopeful, David Green, also of Champaign, said he would not file a report with the Federal Election Commission because he had not yet raised $5,000.

The trio of Democrats hope to unseat U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, a freshman Republican from Taylorville. The 13th District sweeps across central Illinois from Champaign-Urbana on the northeast to Collinsville and Edwardsville on the southwest.

Callis said she had received $183,535 in contributions from individuals, $1,082 from political parties and more than $56,000 from political action committees.

Her PAC contributions included $10,000 each from Sen. Dick Durbin's Prairie PAC, New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's Off the Sidelines PAC and Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer's AmeriPAC.

Callis also got $7,650 from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, $2,000 from former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, $3,500 from Rep. Steve Israel's New York Jobs PAC, $5,000 from Florida Rep. Patrick Murphy's PEM PAC, and $2,500 from a New York PAC known as Tri-State Maxed Out Women.

Labor unions also gave heavily to Callis: $5,000 from an electrical workers local in Washington, D.C., a machinists local in Upper Marlboro, Md., and the United Food and Commercial Workers International in Washington, D.C., and $1,000 from a boilermakers union local in Kansas City.

Callis also got $36,924 through Emily's List, a political action committee that supports pro-abortion rights female Democrats. William Daley, the one-time Democratic gubernatorial candidate from Chicago, also gave her $500. And former University of Illinois basketball star and business executive Mannie Jackson, now of Las Vegas, contributed $500.49.

Although both of her Democratic opponents are from Champaign, Callis got several thousand dollars in contributions from Champaign County: $550 from Champaign County Board member Astrid Berkson of Champaign, $450 from Steve Cox of Urbana, $350 from Robert Spitze of Urbana, $300 from Robert Shair of Champaign, $250 contributions each from Theodore Hymowitz and Richard Noel of Champaign, from Barak Rosenshine and Gene Vanderport of Urbana, and from Michael Vogel of Mahomet, $220 from Burton Swanson of Champaign and $125 from Joanne Chester of Urbana.
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As somebody once said, "Politics is show business for ugly people." There you have living proof.

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Anybody have any idea what that is sitting next to Ms. Biddix? Before we get to gender let's determine species first. I'm thinking it's primate-like in general appearance, but beyond that I'm reluctant to venture a guess. Have there been any Sasquatch sightings near crummy bars in North Carolina recently?
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