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Santa should have brought us a lobbyist

Georgia gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel, right, speaks to supporters at a fund raiser in Atlanta, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010. Former Secretary of State Karen Handel blasted the culture of "sex, lies and lobbyists" that has held sway at the Georgia Capitol under the rule of her fellow Republicans. Handel, who's running to become the state's first female governor, pledged to end the "cycle of abuse and corruption" under the gold dome. She said for too long legislation has passed or failed on the strength of campaign contributions and pricey dinners.
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel, right, speaks to supporters at a fund raiser in Atlanta, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010. Former Secretary of State Karen Handel blasted the culture of "sex, lies and lobbyists" that has held sway at the Georgia Capitol under the rule of her fellow Republicans. Handel, who's running to become the state's first female governor, pledged to end the "cycle of abuse and corruption" under the gold dome. She said for too long legislation has passed or failed on the strength of campaign contributions and pricey dinners.
(AP Photo/John Bazemore)

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