She does not deserve this position. Any consideration of her would be based on her name alone, and that is not fair to other more qualified candidates. It's time for the Sanfords to leave the lowcountry alone.
This article is actually mildly offensive to hardworking white people who, believe it or not, don't all have a "blue blood mentality". Traditionally black neighborhoods like Eastside are typically in disrepair and dangerous. The fact that this area is finally starting to turn is a blessing to Charleston. If blacks are being priced out of the area maybe they should start focusing on how they treat their neighborhoods and each other.
How much did Mark pay you to write this?
If this was 4 white guys that killed an innocent black, we would have the "reverend" jesse jackson down here organizing a protest, and president obama saying that the kid would have looked like his son. But unfortunately, when blacks kill innocent whites it is not a "hate" crime and deserves no national attention.
Sorry "bornandrasiedhere", it sounds to me like you have a victim mentality. Here is a newsflash for you - nobody in America right now has ever owned a slave, and nobody in America right now ever was a slave. So take your "plantation mentality" and rename it what it is - race based victimization. Let the markets decide where redevelopment should occur, not petty ideas based on half truths from yesterday.
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