Tag Archives: Election 2010

Clearing One Thing Up

I suppose I understand why so many people think gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley wants to kill unborn babies. Opponent Gresham Barrett said so. From his Honest Differences series: Haley voted for an amendment to the 24-hour abortion waiting period legislation … Continue reading

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Nikki Haley Money Bomb 6/14

Nikki Haley, my gubernatorial preference, finished first in the primary on June 8, and by a nice margin, too. It’s indeed been a long road. I’ve supported her campaign since the beginning. That’s right, people. There were supporters pre-Palin endorsement. … Continue reading

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Women in SC Politics (and Beyond)

In my various adventures in the wild world of politics, I have noticed something. There are actually a lot of women interested in politics. They’re making calls. They’re attending meetings. They’re walking neighborhoods. But will they run for office? The … Continue reading

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SC Wants to Be in Pictures

Elections would really be boring affairs if not for the one candidate in each race who adds the spice. Enter Robert Ford, a Democrat running for SC governor. Last night three Republican candidates and three Democratic candidates debated higher education … Continue reading

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Is Tuesday TMI Day?

Merely yelling is so passé. Facial shaving? Sooo last week. The political world has a special way of taking everything to the next level. Why yell when you can yell…nude? According to U.S. Rep. Eric Massa (D-NY), that’s exactly what … Continue reading

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WORD up

There exists on the web a new-ish straw poll of SC statewide candidates, plus candidates in the 3rd & 4th Congressional Districts. It’s from a local talk radio station News Radio WORD. Sure, the poll is highly unscientific (I mean, … Continue reading

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Voting is Unpatriotic

Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) has a problem with the freewill to vote. That is, if you’re voting against anything he champions. Naturally, he’d champion himself in the 2010 elections. Hence, this little gem from his website: “I think it’s un-Nevadan, … Continue reading

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The Ant and the Grasshopper…and Michael Steele

Long, long ago animals could talk. They even had complex human abilities, like the ability to plan. Aesop was around one day when an ant and grasshopper confronted this planning issue. As he told it, the ant worked diligently to … Continue reading

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