We have a useless photo ID law that was created to intimidate minority voters and fully gerrymandered legislative and congressional districts to insure the power of the Republican party. We even have Mark Sanfraud as one of our Congressmen.
Does SC really need to prove to America once again that we are the stupidest state in the country?
Every one forgets that it was the paper ballots in Florida that caused the nation to have to wait for months to know who was President. They never were able to count them all. This is a ridicuous idea. Do you have any idea what two million ballots look like all stacked up in warehouses or how easy it is to make a few of those stack disappear? Stop being afraid of technology
OMG! Another public figure concerned about liberty and civil rights? John Adams, James Madison, and Thomas Jefferson nearly ruined America with their concern for freedom and justice. That's where that darn Martin Luther King got all of his wacky ideas.
Now Mrs. Colbert-Busch has the same concerns! Doesn't she realize that personal freedoms and individual liberty in the country are only reserved for white, heterosexual males?
Thanks City Paper for warning us about this obvious anti-American person who is trying to subvert our country. Now I have to decide whether to vote for a lying, trespassing, manipulative, incompetent crook, or a closet COMMUNIST who deletes her tweets!
Are the Republicans paying City Paper? Linda Ketner has done an incredible job of keeping her race for Congress focused on the issues facing our country. We are facing a global meltdown, IRAs and 401ks are wipped out, the local tourist industry has evaporated ... but you thought two weeks before a critical national election it was important to get Charleston all stirred up about gays?
You wonder why progressives can do s**t in South Carolina? Look in the mirror ... or even better look at your lead story this week. Pathetic.
Why did you choose to put her on your Gay cover and not Lindsey Graham or Glenn McConnell?
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