Woodard and Mosteller still have each other--and they deserve each other. They can get together and have fun by twisting their heads all the way around and engaging in projectile vomiting contests while reciting the ten commandments backwards in Latin.
And apparently, Woodard still has his best friend forever Senator Jim DeMint. DeMint has still not divorced himself from Woodard, his big pal and co-author, and waited until the Friday before the election to finally make an official endorsement of Haley and only then due to the pain of embarrassment.
Why does DeMint have a problem with Haley? Does he consider her competition for a future office?
You nailed it yet again, Jack!
Funny how "beersnob" is referring to your recounting factual history in your own counter-punctual "what if" scenario as "fear mongering." The unfunny part of it is that it's true and we're obviously suffering from those very actions.
Get a clue!
McMaster represented old school, good ol' boy politics as usual. People reacted against him (and his two good ol' boy clones in the race) because they saw there was no real desire for change in them.
McMaster--who, unlike Barrett and Bauer, seems to be a really well-liked and affable fellow--was especially representative of the one-party state government we essentially have here where the Dems and Repubs have mated with each other while they continue to screw the taxpayers.
McMaster was looking for his reward, like the other two good ol' boy goofballs in the race. He thought he deserved to be gubnah for his years of public self-service and would have "retired" in the ceremonial gubnah's office while he allowed the hogs in the Statehouse to continue to feed on our wallets.
The only change and reform was seen by the voters in Nikki Haley who has clearly shown her willingness to fight the establishment no matter what you may imagine her motivations to be. I've found her to be the real thing, however. Being governor for a couple of terms is going to be it for her. There's no stepping stone here despite what a lot of supporters would like to see. She's got an agenda of real reform--returning power to the people of the state and gutting the bloated pork belly of fascist pig, money-funneling, middleman politics as usual exemplified by Jake Knotts and others.
What protects me as a constituent from having my email to her or her reply to me (with my original email embedded) released to the public? I haven't done anything wrong but I still don't want other people violating my privacy by reading my email to her, looking at my home address, etc. This is akin to voter intimidation.
If there are no criminal or other investigations with proper orders from a judge, why the one-sided demand? Stinks like establishment politics as usual from one of the biggest and most corrupt players in the game: Der Staat (aka "The State" newspaper).
And if it is necessary in Der Staat's opinion to have Haley release her emails, then why not demand to have Sheheen's emails released to the public as well?
Very concise comeback, sir! My congratulations to you at cutting the fat out of your argument.
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