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Vincent Sheheen: To Everything There Is A Season

“I love South Carolina immensely, but I love Camden even more.”

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by VINCENT SHEHEEN My dear friend Sen. Thomas McElveen recently announced his retirement from the
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Ralph Hightower Top fan March 7, 2024 at 2:51 pm

Vincent,
Enjoy life, family, friends, and Camden. Yes, political partisanship and bickering have trickled down from DC. I’ve read that Ronald Reagan and Tip O’Neill would have drinks together as friends

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Hank March 7, 2024 at 5:56 pm

That is true, but not just for Reagan and O’Neill. Regardless of party, the speaker of the house was invited to the White House frequently in many administrations. But Trump and the MAGA cult have made that a thing of the past. Mainly because they have made the Republican Party a thing of the past. We now have a Democratic Party and an Authoritarian Party fighting for control of the country. Will the world’s oldest continuous Democracy survive or will we join the so many other nations who have fallen under the control of a dictator? This fall will tell. Trump is the greatest threat to the freedom of the American people in my lifetime,

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Marcia Noonan March 7, 2024 at 5:48 pm

It is never easy to move from doing work you feel is important ..but it is more important to work consistently doing what you believe in while fulfilling your life purpose at the moment! My best to you and your family..especially your wife who has enough charisma to light up a room. Your advice to others and mentoring may benefit all!

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davismcclam Top fan March 7, 2024 at 6:34 pm

In other words, he can’t win/

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lil johnny March 9, 2024 at 5:24 pm

Always a good thing when lawyer/legislators go back to regular life and leave office

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