Saturday, June 10, 2006


Ray "States' Rights" McBerryBiographyCitizens Choice for Governor of Georgia
I am a native of Georgia and have chosen to live my entire life here in our beautiful state. Born in Atlanta in 1968, I have lived in Henry County virtually my entire life; in fact, my family has been native to Henry County since as far back as we have family records of such. Like many native Georgians, I have primarily Cherokee and Scots-Irish blood coursing through my veins – both of which, along with my upbringing, have instilled in me a love for our land, our people, and our rich heritage.

I was raised in a Christian home by Christian parents; and, consequently, I accepted Christ, myself, as a young boy. I have been a Baptist my entire life and, though not without faults, have sought to serve the Lord my entire life, as well. It has been my honour to serve the Lord in many areas as a layman; and I have had the privilege of helping many others come to know Christ as their personal Saviour, too. I count my faith in God and His Word to be my greatest asset, as I seek to serve as your next governor.

I am a self-employed Independent Contractor in the advertising field, working primarily with the SBN Television Network in the south Atlanta region; but I am also president of DixieBroadcasting Radio.

Politically, I consider myself a “constitutionalist” – that is, I strongly support a return to the original principles of our Founding Fathers. Although I have voted for Democrats, Republicans, and even Independent candidates at times in my adult life, I do not support the globalist, socialist policies of either the Democrat or Republican parties at the national level; but I do feel that most Georgians who vote Republican feel about the same as myself… folks who support traditional values and a return to the Bible and the Constitution.

We are living in perilous times. The grand constitutional republic that was given to us by the Founding Fathers to preserve our ancient liberty stands on the brink of being transformed into a tyrannical empire, just as the Roman Republic of old. It is high time that Americans like ourselves, who still believe that the “old ways” are the best ways take a stand and say “Enough is enough!” When elected governor of Georgia, I will represent the People of Georgia… NOT the interests of the downtown Atlanta establishment… and NOT the interests of the federal leviathan in Washington, D.C. I will say to them both… “Georgia First!” Will you join with me in this political revolution and help take back control of our lives, our liberties, and our destiny as a sovereign state?

Georgia First!P.O. Box 921328Norcross, Georgia 30010

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