"I never got the perception that ECB's campaign was anything other than a disorganized mess. Granted, time was not on her side, but I felt she spent too much of it deciding what to be instead of just committing to who she is."
This is the most important observation. The campaign did a poor job of creating an identity for the woman & distancing her from what all Repubs are affraid of (Pelosi & Reid).
@RedheadinDixie...you should actually take the time and attempt to take an unbiased look at rent control. It doesn't work on so many levels. Charleston is experiencing economic growth which is a good thing. Things change and people move for one reason or another. Unfortunately gentrification happens, however it is not neccessarily a bad thing accross the board. You talk about the indigenous population??? Does indigenous mean people who have been living in a city longer than the next peroson? Last time I checked whites and blacks weren't indigenous to SC.
I have to admit that it seems like a great business idea, however, Byron has some issues. Like psychological and dependence issues. I hope whatever 'profits' they share with the man don't lead to his early demise. To bad they aren't making a t-shirt for Jerry (for those of you who remember).
Linda needs to run again.
This guy is the man...rather get his kicks f'ing with Nigerians and Russians rather than watch dumb ass TV. My hero!
All Comments »
Powered by Foundation
© Copyright 2013,
Charleston City Paper