It’s been said: “It’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice!”

So the Georgia primary is upon us and some candidates are making a name for themselves. Some are making good impressions, some are getting scared by the polls and trying a Hail Mary. Others, who apparently are just not good neighbors, are having their stories told in public.

To that end… I present Georgia State Rep. Dan Gasaway.

In full disclosure, Dan and I used to be friends. We went to high school together. He hasn’t spoken to me in years, after some issues with property he was trying to sell that I’m happy to explain but won’t bore you with here.

Regardless, the last time I saw him, I stuck out my hand, asked him how he was, and he looked at me, smiled, and said “take care”. He then turned around and walked away. He didn’t offer a gentlemen’s handshake in return. I truly have no animosity towards him, but I also don’t think he needs to be a State Representative.

More recently, Ken and Stacy Giles have experienced some of the same kind of personality traits from Dan. Stacy tells her story below, while being interviewed on a Banks County talk radio show. Along with the audio is video of Dan pouring composting, steaming chicken remnants on the Giles property line. It’s unbelievable video, and all totally real.

So I think I’ll just let the video speak for itself. It’s hard to add much to it.

Needless to say, I’m voting for Dan’s opponent, Chris Erwin. They call them “Representatives” for a reason. I want to be represented properly in the Georgia State House.