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20 October 2010

A Quick Note to the Democratic Party of Georgia

Women can be every bit as treacherous as men.

Other than what's contained in the police report, no one knows, not I nor the Democratic Party of Georgia, what happened between Jason and his former fiancee. The information contained in that 2000 police report could be completely true or it could be a complete fabrication. Why? Because people lie. Men lie, and yes, even women lie too.

Just like men can be abusive towards women, women can be abusive towards men.

The difference is that women can make up salacious stories about men, and be believed simply because they're women.

In 1923, an entire Florida community was literally destroyed after a woman falsely claimed that she was raped and beaten. Three Duke University lacrosse players saw their reputations sullied across the nation after false accusations of rape were hurled at them by, you guessed it, a woman.

The Democratic Party of Georgia recently politicized a ten year old domestic dispute involving Republican state House candidate Jason Shepherd and a former girlfriend.

Ten years ago, Jason Shepherd was arrested and charged with domestic violence after an incident between him and his live-in fiancée.

Georgia Democrats seized on these allegations, and sent a mail piece to voters in state House district 37 that claimed Shepherd had a "history" of domestic abuse bordering on attempted murder.

After seeing the political communication for myself, I posted on this site that Shepherd needed to lawyer up and "sue the pants off Terry Johnson and the Democratic Party of Georgia."

Following that, I was lectured by a Georgia Democratic Party employee, who accused me of siding with Shepherd.

The state Democratic Party employee said to me, "You haven't seen the police report, nor have you seen the mailer. So with no knowledge other than what Shepherd has given you, you're siding with him?"

For the record, I'm not siding with anyone. What I'm saying is that we don't know. We don't really know what led to the domestic dispute between Jason and his ex-girlfriend.

Other than what's contained in the police report, no one knows, not I nor the Democratic Party of Georgia, what happened between Jason and his former fiancee. The information contained in that 2000 police report could be completely true or it could be a complete fabrication. Why? Because people lie. Men lie, and yes, even women lie too.

Men and women will even lie under oath. It's called perjury, and it's something that even a former President of the United States is guilty of.

There are only two people who know what really happened the night law enforcement officials were called to Jason Shepherd's residence; and those two folks are Jason Shepherd and his ex-girlfriend.

My point is this:

It is irresponsible for the Democratic Party of Georgia to politicize a domestic dispute that happened over ten years ago when they don't know the whole story.

Let's stick to the issues here, and leave the politics of personal destruction alone.