SC

Ruh-Roh, Vincent Sheheen

It’s been a terrible week for S.C. Sen. Vincent Sheheen’s 2014 gubernatorial campaign … First (and most importantly) the Camden Democrat has embraced a massive expansion of South Carolina’s Medicaid program – one which would swell the Palmetto State’s socialized medicine rolls by nearly 55 percent over the next seven…

It’s been a terrible week for S.C. Sen. Vincent Sheheen’s 2014 gubernatorial campaign …

First (and most importantly) the Camden Democrat has embraced a massive expansion of South Carolina’s Medicaid program – one which would swell the Palmetto State’s socialized medicine rolls by nearly 55 percent over the next seven years. While South Carolina Democrats claim this issue is a political winner for them, we think Sheheen has made a major tactical error.

Why?

Well, South Carolina Democrats are going to vote for their party’s nominee … reflexively. And early polling shows Sheheen is picking up a lot of independents who are frustrated with the barrage of scandals affecting incumbent “Republican” Nikki Haley. If Sheheen stands any chance of beating Haley in 2014, though, he’s also going to need to eat away at the governor’s GOP support (which consultants of both parties acknowledge is do-able).

Given the extent to which the Haley administration is expanding Medicaid (nearly 130,000 new beneficiaries this year, according to her Department of Health and Human Services) – Sheheen could have seized a major strategic advantage with GOP voters on this issue.

Basically, he could have blasted the governor for pushing “Haleycare” on the taxpayers of South Carolina at the same time she was demonizing Obama’s Medicaid expansion. Instead, Sheheen has embraced this much bigger Medicaid expansion – taking away a potent line of attack against Haley and gift-wrapping a club with which the governor can beat him about the head next year.

Stupid, stupid, stupid …

Another significant blow fell on Sheheen’s campaign this week when Morgan Bruce Reeves – a third (and fourth) party candidate who took 1.5 percent of the state’s popular vote in 2010 – signaled his intentions to run again.

“I’m going to be exploring my chances for [the] 2014 governor’s race,” the black independent told The (Columbia, S.C.) Free Times.

How significant is this?

Well, subtract 1.5 percent from  Haley’s 2010 total (and add the same amount to Sheheen’s total) and all of a sudden we’re looking at a race that’s close to dead even – and let’s not forget 2010 was the mother of all “Republican” wave elections, in which straight ticket GOP voters were the key to Haley’s less-than-impressive victory.

Think 1.5 percent of the vote won’t matter in 2014? Think again … 

To win, Sheheen needs to keep Reeves out of the race – and find ways to get to Haley’s right on bread-and-butter fiscal issues.

So far he is failing miserably on both fronts … increasing the likelihood that South Carolina will be stuck with four more years of Haley’s antics.

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68 comments

Vanguard16 March 14, 2013 at 11:37 am

RUT-ROH!! Pubs necks on the chopping block in 2014 for their failure to accept Federal funds for Medicaid!!

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Vanguard16 March 14, 2013 at 11:37 am

RUT-ROH!! Pubs necks on the chopping block in 2014 for their failure to accept Federal funds for Medicaid!!

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 11:43 am

Nice fantasy FITS (bout like Mark Sanford’s in SC-!) But Sheheens’s still a LOSER…and he would give his LGBT and ACLU Membership cards to be where
Haley is right now…
2014 is a LONG way off. Either Haley gos RIGHT..and keeps her voters. Are a Conservatives runs and beats her in a Primary…
But Obama is KILLING the demopcrat party in states like SC…NO ONE wants to go there excpt the same Dumb@$$ democrat voters (the face of Corridor of Shame) who are have been dragging us down for decades..

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Isotope Soap March 14, 2013 at 12:04 pm

Bigums, let’s just face it: You are in no way, shape, or from, able to speculate on anything political. You honestly believe anyone takes you seriously? Before you go off on one of your “Obama’s tanking the economy, Gas Prices, Dumb@$$ liberal s#^+”, rants, just save it…

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 12:56 pm

IS: In your CLOSE-MINDED universe: Unless MSNBC, East Anglia, the Obama White House, AlGore, CNN, FITS, NYT and Katie Couric, approves it…it’s forbidden…
Also: All of you Leftwingers, who are almost always WRONG…try to attack the talker..not the message. Because you are TOO stupid to use reason…you simply try to Bully anybody not like you…

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Thomas March 14, 2013 at 1:46 pm

LOL

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Guest March 14, 2013 at 2:55 pm

Yep, Bigsby, you just can’t help it…

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Buz Martin March 14, 2013 at 1:37 pm

Jesus, I never really like to play grammer police, but BigT if you seriously not know the difference betweet the words “or” and “are” you are ignorant as a fucking post.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 3:46 pm

Typos are (or is it or) obvious mistakes (usually pounced on by the simple-minded) that can be corrected. A F%^*ed up mind (like yours) and an inability to produce original thought, is a sign of an idiot…. I’d much rather make a usage mistake than be an idiot (like you)….

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Robert March 14, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Obama is hurting Dems in SC???? how can you tell that in this deep red state? The national democratic party does not look at SC, and has not for years. This state has had democratic governors and probably will again. But no one nationally gives a damn about our governor’s seat.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 3:50 pm

As long as Obama’s not helping (and he is FAR from that) it’s OK. Because w/o A LOT of help the dems and Sheheen stay losers…
Sheheen would have to Totally denouce Obama to win. If he does that, the Racist voters (the democrat base) would turn on him…
Ever hear of a Catch-22? …this is a classic case…

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Nately's Whore March 14, 2013 at 4:29 pm

Have you ever read Catch-22? That is a classic…

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 11:43 am

Nice fantasy FITS (bout like Mark Sanford’s in SC-!) But Sheheens’s still a LOSER…and he would give his LGBT and ACLU Membership cards to be where
Haley is right now…
2014 is a LONG way off. Either Haley gos RIGHT..and keeps her voters. Are a Conservatives runs and beats her in a Primary…
But Obama is KILLING the demopcrat party in states like SC…NO ONE wants to go there excpt the same Dumb@$$ democrat voters (the face of Corridor of Shame) who are have been dragging us down for decades..

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John Boy March 14, 2013 at 12:04 pm

Bigums, let’s just face it: You are in no way, shape, or from, able to speculate on anything political. You honestly believe anyone takes you seriously? Before you go off on one of your “Obama’s tanking the economy, Gas Prices, Dumb@$$ liberal s#^+”, rants, just save it…

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 12:56 pm

IS: In your CLOSE-MINDED universe: Unless MSNBC, East Anglia, the Obama White House, AlGore, CNN, FITS, NYT and Katie Couric, approves it…it’s forbidden…
Also: All of you Leftwingers, who are almost always WRONG…try to attack the talker..not the message. Because you are TOO stupid to use reason…you simply try to Bully anybody not like you…

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Thomas March 14, 2013 at 1:46 pm

LOL

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Guest March 14, 2013 at 2:55 pm

Yep, Bigsby, you just can’t help it…

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Boz Martin March 14, 2013 at 1:37 pm

Jesus, I never really like to play grammer police, but BigT if you seriously not know the difference betweet the words “or” and “are” you are ignorant as a fucking post.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 3:46 pm

Typos are (or is it or) obvious mistakes (usually pounced on by the simple-minded) that can be corrected. A F%^*ed up mind (like yours) and an inability to produce original thought, is a sign of an idiot…. I’d much rather make a usage mistake than be an idiot (like you)….

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Robert March 14, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Obama is hurting Dems in SC???? how can you tell that in this deep red state? The national democratic party does not look at SC, and has not for years. This state has had democratic governors and probably will again. But no one nationally gives a damn about our governor’s seat.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 3:50 pm

As long as Obama’s not helping (and he is FAR from that) it’s OK. Because w/o A LOT of help the dems and Sheheen stay losers…
Sheheen would have to Totally denouce Obama to win. If he does that, the Racist voters (the democrat base) would turn on him…
Ever hear of a Catch-22? …this is a classic case…

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Nately's Whore March 14, 2013 at 4:29 pm

Have you ever read Catch-22? That is a classic…

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MyDaddyIsRich March 14, 2013 at 12:25 pm

Lost it with who the BigTs of the world? No Big loss.

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MyDaddyIsRich March 14, 2013 at 12:25 pm

Lost it with who the BigTs of the world? No Big loss.

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vicupstate March 14, 2013 at 12:40 pm

What Fits? No story about Chris CRawford and Medicaid?

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vicupstate March 14, 2013 at 12:40 pm

What Fits? No story about Chris CRawford and Medicaid?

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Thomas March 14, 2013 at 1:26 pm

Sheheen has no chance with two GOP US Senators and a GOP Gov running at the same time. Dick needs 3 celebrities to run up against them; he has none.

Another GOP sweep in 2014…get out the brooms.

2018 with the Gov/LT Gov on the same ticket is another animal…you can thank Ex Sen Knotts and Ex Sen Demint for 2014.

A hurricane this season with a sharp Haley Administration will be a determinant factor AND getting businesses in state to make Boeing aircraft (Boeing now knows outsourcing does not work, now we can draw a thousand new companies in state SC to make those Boeing parts, components, and put it all together) will forgive all sins.

Graham is solid; so is Scott, after his excellent participation in the filibuster.

To the Haley Administration: The reason the 787 is grounded is not the batteries. Retired engineers say it is because the outsourced vendors make junk parts and components. SC puts the jets together superbly, but the parts are made with that offshore work ethic. Now is the time to get out there, talk with Boeing, talk with Sen Graham, and draw in US companies to make all parts and components for Boeing in our lovely right to work state…same cost benefit compared to outsourcing.(to Boeing: you can save millions with SC salary payscales over 40 hours (over 40 hours, you can pay 1/2 time, time, or time 1/2 legally in SC)). Think of the number of JOBS and new companies hiring to make and build Boeing/McDonnell/Douglas aircraft in South Carolina!

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CNSYD March 14, 2013 at 2:38 pm

Thomas, you must be wrong. Sic Willie never misses a chance to say SC citizens are ignorant, backward, inbred, etc. Also the MSM has been touting for years all the great work done in places like Korea, Japan, etc. and how shoddy the work done by US workers is.

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Thomas March 14, 2013 at 1:26 pm

Sheheen has no chance with two GOP US Senators and a GOP Gov running at the same time. Dick needs 3 celebrities to run up against them; he has none.

Another GOP sweep in 2014…get out the brooms.

2018 with the Gov/LT Gov on the same ticket is another animal…you can thank Ex Sen Knotts and Ex Sen Demint for 2014.

A hurricane this season with a sharp Haley Administration will be a determinant factor AND getting businesses in state to make Boeing aircraft (Boeing now knows outsourcing does not work, now we can draw a thousand new companies in state SC to make those Boeing parts, components, and put it all together) will forgive all sins.

Graham is solid; so is Scott, after his excellent participation in the filibuster.

To the Haley Administration: The reason the 787 is grounded is not the batteries. Retired engineers say it is because the outsourced vendors make junk parts and components. SC puts the jets together superbly, but the parts are made with that offshore work ethic. Now is the time to get out there, talk with Boeing, talk with Sen Graham, and draw in US companies to make all parts and components for Boeing in our lovely right to work state…same cost benefit compared to outsourcing.(to Boeing: you can save millions with SC salary payscales over 40 hours (over 40 hours, you can pay 1/2 time, time, or time 1/2 legally in SC)). Think of the number of JOBS and new companies hiring to make and build Boeing/McDonnell/Douglas aircraft in South Carolina!

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CNSYD March 14, 2013 at 2:38 pm

Thomas, you must be wrong. Sic Willie never misses a chance to say SC citizens are ignorant, backward, inbred, etc. Also the MSM has been touting for years all the great work done in places like Korea, Japan, etc. and how shoddy the work done by US workers is.

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Jimmy March 14, 2013 at 1:51 pm

Hahahaha. Did you know Bruce Reeves was one of those who was kicked off the ballot when he attempted to run as a REPUBLICAN against Creighton Coleman? This guy just wants to run for office and Sheheen sure ain’t gonna keep him out of the race.

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Jimmy March 14, 2013 at 1:51 pm

Hahahaha. Did you know Bruce Reeves was one of those who was kicked off the ballot when he attempted to run as a REPUBLICAN against Creighton Coleman? This guy just wants to run for office and Sheheen sure ain’t gonna keep him out of the race.

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LD March 14, 2013 at 2:01 pm

If people voted their pocket books, there wouldn’t be a Republican that could get elected. Unfortunately, people somehow believe that prosperity will find them if they vote R when history shows that unless they are among the top 1% they will not prosper. It is a flow up economy not a trickle down economy.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 4:58 pm

LD..Look at the unemployment rate under Bush (as low as 4.5%) and then look at the unemployment rate under Obama. Jobs are OPPORTUNITY to create wealth.
Household incomes are down 10%-plus under Obama and prodiuctivity and growth are at Horrible numbers…The miracle is that Obama got re-elected.
In SC, the poverty rate is high in democrat voting pockets after generations of promises of improvement…while prosperity is in GOP-voting areas…
But TOTAL Dumb@$$ people-like you-just listen what your masters feed you. You’re too F&*$in STUPID to actually LOOK at REALITY…it makes you feel good to be completely oblivious to the TRUTH…and we all suffer because of IDIOTS (like you)…

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PanT March 14, 2013 at 5:46 pm

Lies, lies, and more fucking lies…same shit, diff…

You have nothing, BigT. Nothing.

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LD March 14, 2013 at 6:55 pm

Look at the mess Bush left us in, unnecessary tax cuts, unnecessary wars, an unregulated banking community (Rs & Ds are responsible for allowing banks to become international gamblers).

Who creates jobs? Not the 1%, its the crowd top 10%. I have a small business with several employees. My customers have seen their incomes drop with the unemployment issues, add to that cutting entitlements– there will be no money on Main Street. No money on Main Street means fewer jobs. Unemployment numbers have dropped the past several months– not that means much to people like you– who refuse to believe that the ecomony could actually be improving.

The miracle is that Obama didn’t win by more than he did. What’s happening is the general population is waking up to the Tea baggers and the extreme right wingers. You can’t force crap on people and expect them to like it, which is what the Republicans do.

You’re the right the proverty level in SC is high and there don’t appear to be any solutions to fix it. Education would be a start, but no one knows how to deliver it in an efficient and effective manner. Private schools and home schooling are not the answer.

You’re also right in the fact that there is “properity” in high voting GOP areas. How many of those doctors are in favor of expanding Medicaid? How many are in favor of cutting Medicare? How many grocery store owners bitch about food stamps? How many of those in the high voting GOP areas made their money on “pay day” lending? How many made money off of the proverty level crowd in SC? The common thread with the prosperous is that they made money off of Main Street, not Wall Street. It is the hypocrisy of the GOP.

You’re the dumbass. I see what is happening on Main Street, I live for a thriving Main Street. A successful Main Street allows for me to invest with Wall Street. The millionaires and billionaires don’t put food on my table or gas in my car.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 8:02 pm

With F*#kin’ cliche-idiots like this able to Vote: is it any wonder we’re in this mess.

FITS, by not opposing Obama, like you attacked Romney…this is what you enable. Are you so F*@kin Stupid you’re not ashamed of yourself…
This devout fool is clinging to every liberal Fable in the book…

PS: I just became an avid advocate of gun control if this stupid MoFo tries to get a weapon…

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LD March 15, 2013 at 12:47 pm

“Cliche-idiot”– for real. What was “cliche”?
I work on Main Street, I see this everyday. This isn’t from MSNBC,Fox or any other media outlet, This is reality. The 1% don’t spend their mony on Main Street.
Entitlement money for the bottom 90% gets spent, unlike entitlement money for the top 1% which gets invested. The 9% in between goes either way.
T you really need to chill. Try some wine & cheese you may like it.

Please March 14, 2013 at 10:22 pm

Hey T, here’s a challenge for you – try writing a post without a single word in all caps. Also, spell shit out.

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?tion March 18, 2013 at 11:37 am

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LD March 14, 2013 at 2:01 pm

If people voted their pocket books, there wouldn’t be a Republican that could get elected. Unfortunately, people somehow believe that prosperity will find them if they vote R when history shows that unless they are among the top 1% they will not prosper. It is a flow up economy not a trickle down economy.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 4:58 pm

LD..Look at the unemployment rate under Bush (as low as 4.5%) and then look at the unemployment rate under Obama. Jobs are OPPORTUNITY to create wealth.
Household incomes are down 10%-plus under Obama and prodiuctivity and growth are at Horrible numbers…The miracle is that Obama got re-elected.
In SC, the poverty rate is high in democrat voting pockets after generations of promises of improvement…while prosperity is in GOP-voting areas…
But TOTAL Dumb@$$ people-like you-just listen what your masters feed you. You’re too F&*$in STUPID to actually LOOK at REALITY…it makes you feel good to be completely oblivious to the TRUTH…and we all suffer because of IDIOTS (like you)…

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PanT March 14, 2013 at 5:46 pm

Lies, lies, and more fucking lies…same shit, diff…

You have nothing, BigT. Nothing.

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LD March 14, 2013 at 6:55 pm

Look at the mess Bush left us in, unnecessary tax cuts, unnecessary wars, an unregulated banking community (Rs & Ds are responsible for allowing banks to become international gamblers).

Who creates jobs? Not the 1%, its the crowd top 10%. I have a small business with several employees. My customers have seen their incomes drop with the unemployment issues, add to that cutting entitlements– there will be no money on Main Street. No money on Main Street means fewer jobs. Unemployment numbers have dropped the past several months– not that means much to people like you– who refuse to believe that the ecomony could actually be improving.

The miracle is that Obama didn’t win by more than he did. What’s happening is the general population is waking up to the Tea baggers and the extreme right wingers. You can’t force crap on people and expect them to like it, which is what the Republicans do.

You’re the right the proverty level in SC is high and there don’t appear to be any solutions to fix it. Education would be a start, but no one knows how to deliver it in an efficient and effective manner. Private schools and home schooling are not the answer.

You’re also right in the fact that there is “properity” in high voting GOP areas. How many of those doctors are in favor of expanding Medicaid? How many are in favor of cutting Medicare? How many grocery store owners bitch about food stamps? How many of those in the high voting GOP areas made their money on “pay day” lending? How many made money off of the proverty level crowd in SC? The common thread with the prosperous is that they made money off of Main Street, not Wall Street. It is the hypocrisy of the GOP.

You’re the dumbass. I see what is happening on Main Street, I live for a thriving Main Street. A successful Main Street allows for me to invest with Wall Street. The millionaires and billionaires don’t put food on my table or gas in my car.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 8:02 pm

With F*#kin’ cliche-idiots like this able to Vote: is it any wonder we’re in this mess.

FITS, by not opposing Obama, like you attacked Romney…this is what you enable. Are you so F*@kin Stupid you’re not ashamed of yourself…
This devout fool is clinging to every liberal Fable in the book…

PS: I just became an avid advocate of gun control if this stupid MoFo tries to get a weapon…

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LD March 15, 2013 at 12:47 pm

“Cliche-idiot”– for real. What was “cliche”?
I work on Main Street, I see this everyday. This isn’t from MSNBC,Fox or any other media outlet, This is reality. The 1% don’t spend their mony on Main Street.
Entitlement money for the bottom 90% gets spent, unlike entitlement money for the top 1% which gets invested. The 9% in between goes either way.
T you really need to chill. Try some wine & cheese you may like it.

Please March 14, 2013 at 10:22 pm

Hey T, here’s a challenge for you – try writing a post without a single word in all caps. Also, spell shit out.

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?tion March 18, 2013 at 11:37 am

unemployment-rate-president-party-graph.png

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CorruptionInColumbia March 14, 2013 at 2:12 pm

In addition to any other problems Sheheen may have, he is not letting the proposal to allow CWP carry in restaurants which serve alcohol out of committee. Hmmm…., as I recall, that didn’t work out too well for Jake Knotts.

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sid March 14, 2013 at 11:02 pm

It’s out of committee. Sheheen and the rest of the Democrats are not allowing for the bill to be voted on by the whole Senate.

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CorruptionInColumbia March 14, 2013 at 2:12 pm

In addition to any other problems Sheheen may have, he is not letting the proposal to allow CWP carry in restaurants which serve alcohol out of committee. Hmmm…., as I recall, that didn’t work out too well for Jake Knotts.

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sid March 14, 2013 at 11:02 pm

It’s out of committee. Sheheen and the rest of the Democrats are not allowing for the bill to be voted on by the whole Senate.

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Neil March 14, 2013 at 3:39 pm

Sheheen’s not even going to make it out of the primary.

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Neil March 14, 2013 at 3:39 pm

Sheheen’s not even going to make it out of the primary.

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 3:53 pm

Can’t wait to see Harry Ott go after Vincent. And if Sellers or Malloy gets in: We’ll have Alvin Greene (The Hick Whites and the Race-Hate Blacks) all over again.
Get the popcorn…I can’t wait if these Idiots start to believe FITS, and all of em feel froggy all at once…

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BigT March 14, 2013 at 3:53 pm

Can’t wait to see Harry Ott go after Vincent. And if Sellers or Malloy gets in: We’ll have Alvin Greene (The Hick Whites and the Race-Hate Blacks) all over again.
Get the popcorn…I can’t wait if these Idiots start to believe FITS, and all of em feel froggy all at once…

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jrh March 14, 2013 at 3:55 pm

Bottom line if you are happy right now with the state of affairs, vote the same ones back in office,If not you need to find another party and person to vote for and stop complaining,all these politicians are crooks anyway,you just have to figure out which one is the least crooked! WE NEED TO GET SOMEONE BACK IN THERE, THAT”S FOR THE WORKING PEOPLE!

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jrh March 14, 2013 at 3:55 pm

Bottom line if you are happy right now with the state of affairs, vote the same ones back in office,If not you need to find another party and person to vote for and stop complaining,all these politicians are crooks anyway,you just have to figure out which one is the least crooked! WE NEED TO GET SOMEONE BACK IN THERE, THAT”S FOR THE WORKING PEOPLE!

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I See U Watching March 14, 2013 at 5:09 pm

He is more corrupt than House Speaker Bobby Harrell. In the real world of the law and prosecutions, both would have already been serving over a decade of time in federal prison. SC needs another “operation lost trust” to again clean up the good old boy network.

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I See U Watching March 14, 2013 at 5:09 pm

He is more corrupt than House Speaker Bobby Harrell. In the real world of the law and prosecutions, both would have already been serving over a decade of time in federal prison. SC needs another “operation lost trust” to again clean up the good old boy network.

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unclewillie1 March 14, 2013 at 6:44 pm

Back to the original point here. Why the hell would anyone want healthy poor people attending school with their children, preparing their food in their homes and restaurants, sitting next to them in public places…? You get my drift.

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unclewillie1 March 14, 2013 at 6:44 pm

Back to the original point here. Why the hell would anyone want healthy poor people attending school with their children, preparing their food in their homes and restaurants, sitting next to them in public places…? You get my drift.

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Darth March 15, 2013 at 9:48 am

Well, Haley’s guaranteed Tim Scott will be out of that race for about sixteen years…

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Darth March 15, 2013 at 9:48 am

Well, Haley’s guaranteed Tim Scott will be out of that race for about sixteen years…

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spraywiper March 23, 2013 at 11:09 am

I am not a Democrat or a Republican. I vote for the person. Sheheen is a good family man and have good morals. He will get my vote and is the right person to be our Gov. I can not believe how people could vote for Haley after all the wrong doings she have done. People, Haley is destroying this state and is all for self. I can not believe what goes on in our state government. There has got to be a change and Sheheen is the right person to get this state headed back in the right direction.

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spraywiper March 23, 2013 at 11:09 am

I am not a Democrat or a Republican. I vote for the person. Sheheen is a good family man and have good morals. He will get my vote and is the right person to be our Gov. I can not believe how people could vote for Haley after all the wrong doings she have done. People, Haley is destroying this state and is all for self. I can not believe what goes on in our state government. There has got to be a change and Sheheen is the right person to get this state headed back in the right direction.

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