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Four SC Military Generals Ask 2nd District Congressional Candidate Rob Miller To Return $370,000+ in MoveOn.org Money

August 3, 2010 politisite 0

Opinion-Editorial (Columbia, SC – August 1, 2010) Four retired South Carolina Army National Guard generals today released the following letter. It is being sent to newspapers around the Second Congressional District. “Dear Editor: “When a candidate seeks to serve in the United States Congress, it is important that the people he wants to represent know the source of his campaign funding. “Democrat Rob Miller is trying for the second time […]

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Four SC Military Generals Ask 2nd District Congressional Candidate Rob Miller To Return $370,000+ in MoveOn.org Money

August 3, 2010 politisite 0

Opinion-Editorial (Columbia, SC – August 1, 2010) Four retired South Carolina Army National Guard generals today released the following letter. It is being sent to newspapers around the Second Congressional District. “Dear Editor: “When a candidate seeks to serve in the United States Congress, it is important that the people he wants to represent know the source of his campaign funding. “Democrat Rob Miller is trying for the second time […]

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SC Senator Graham will vote for Kagan

July 20, 2010 politisite 0

Elena Kagan now has at least one Republican vote for confirmation to the Supreme Court: that of Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who said Tuesday that she was not someone he would have chosen “but the person who did choose – President Obama – I think chose wisely.’’ Mr. Graham’s announcement came as the Senate Judiciary Committee took up the Kagan nomination; a vote is expected later in the […]

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Throwing the race card – SC Republican Tim Scott Responds

July 17, 2010 politisite 0

If the Tea party movement had strong race elements, where would it be the most prevalent?  The quick answer would be in the South.  No so says South Carolina Republican candidate Tim Scott.  Scott says he was supported by the Tea Party movement in South Carolina, in fact he ousted a big name in southern politics, a Thurmond. Here is a article from goupstate.com: There is nothing more racist than […]

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SC Congressional Candidate Rob Miller makes false Joe Wilson/ Jack Abramoff claims

July 16, 2010 politisite 0

(Columbia, SC – July 14, 2010) Liberal Democrat Rob Miller’s campaign released a inaccurate and unsourced attack on Representative Joe Wilson this afternoon, trying to link him to lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Joe Wilson has never met Jack Abramoff or taken money from him according to the Federal Election Commission (Source FEC), Wilson sure has met General David Petraeus, who currently commands U.S. Forces in Afghanistan. Just this morning, South Carolina […]

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Alvin Greene election: If the GOP questioned the legitimacy of a Black Candidate… Jesse Jackson would be in SC in the morning

June 14, 2010 politisite 0

How the heck did Alvin Greene, an unemployed veteran who lives with his parents and who had no discernible campaign activity, not only win the South Carolina Democratic Senate primary, but win by a wide margin? So unexpected is this result that official Washington is shaking off its stunned shock and throwing a mild tantrum. No less than David Axelrod, senior adviser to President Obama, suggested Sunday that Greene’s victory […]

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SC US Senate Candidate Vic Rawl files protest of election results

June 14, 2010 politisite 0

South Carolina Democratic Senate Candidate, Vic Rawl, filed a protest of last Tuesday’s election results with the South Carolina Democratic Party.  Rawl said he, did not file the  protest for personal or political gain, but on behalf of the people of South Carolina.  He cites irregularities in the election results that caused him to lose and his opponent, Alvin Greene to win by nearly thirty thousand votes. There is a […]

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Polling house says no GOP intervention in Dem SC Senate race

June 12, 2010 politisite 0

A polling information center has concluded the surprise primary victory for Alvin Greene was not a GOP plot, but a completely random outcome based on an election in which both candidates were unknown. “I don’t see any evidence of GOP chicanery,” said Tom Jensen, the director of Public Policy Polling. Rep. Jim Clyburn has called for an investigation into Greene’s win, saying he has seen evidence of tampering in a […]

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Clyburn: Challenger was a GOP Plant

June 11, 2010 politisite 0

I have news for SC Congressman James Clyburn, Dems do hire consultants from GOP firms… Need I bring up the Name Bill Clinton and Dick Morris? Lets not paranoia cloud  your judgment.  Congressman Clyburn is ‘plant’ crazy right now as he also called Dem U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene a GOP plant as well. Anyone who can look at the primary numbers can see that more votes were cast in […]