By FITSNews || One of S.C. Lt. Governor Andre Bauer’s most vocal supporters is furious with SCGOP Chairwoman Karen Floyd for failing to acknowledge the presence of Bauer’s “significant other” at a political event in Charleston, S.C.
Michael S. Smith II, one of the Palmetto State’s more eclectic personalities, fired off a furious (and curious) missive Thursday afternoon – just hours before the Republican Party’s less-than-impressive field of candidates was scheduled to take the stage for a gubernatorial debate in Charleston.
Here’s Smith’s missive (prepare to be entertained) …
“Karen Floyd: The S.C.GOP Chair who simply cannot figure out how to act like a lady”
During the First Ladies’ luncheon hosted today in Charleston, an event part of the S.C.GOP’s gubernatorial debate goings-on featuring the stars of MSNBC show Scarborough Country, Joe Scarborough and the beautiful, albeit liberal Mika Brzezinski, S.C.GOP Chair Karen Floyd showed her true colors — forgetting Charleston is a town known for hospitality, not Floydian bitchery.
In her “welcoming” remarks, Floyd identified by name the wives of gubernatorial candidates in the audience for the luncheon, as well as female Gubernatorial Candidate Nikki Haley. Rather than addressing Emily Ann Stewart as S.C. Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer’s significant other, she thanked Andre — who she said was busy conducting state business, but did not explain he was more specifically busy presiding over the State Senate today — for “sending a cadre of folks.” Rudely, Floyd did not recognize the lovely Miss (S)tewart by name.
For those politicos who know Floyd well, or who know of her all too well, this is probably not too surprising. However, for the professional women who joined Miss Stewart as her guests for the debate — one of them (my wife) a medical doctor — not to mention the two polite young female students from Porter-Gaud School who were also at Emily’s table, this was, well, let’s just say now they understand just how poorly represented South Carolina Republicans are by the nut who became party chair by default of other candidates dropping out of the race for S.C.GOP Chair due to personal or health issues they were unexpectedly confronted by during the contest for that office.
One wonders why it is that no one in that bubble of nincompoopery called Columbia has ever apprised Karen Floyd of Ronald Reagan’s so-called 11th Commandment for Republicans.
What an ass! Perhaps Arlen Spectre (sic) should pay Miss Floyd a visit.
Wowzers. “Floydian bitchery?”
Oh … and Andre’s significant other is a “she?”
Kidding, kidding …
Anyway, we forwarded Smith’s rant to Floyd’s spokesman, Joel Sawyer, who paid it a little more attention than we expected.
“Some people are not worth responding to,” Sawyer told FITS. “This guy is at the top of that list.”