Gowdy's a pinhead...literally and figuratively.
Uuhhh, SunKing, the asst. principal clearly did not know how to physically restrain the student in a safe manner or she would not have passed out.
There are safe ways to restrain out of control teenagers. For example, the staff at any residential treatment facility/group home know how to do it. Both of the administrators could have done a more effective job. But, at least the other guy grabbed the kid by the arms and not around the part of her body where air flows to the lungs to keep the heart beating.
Apparently, Yancey McGill is too stupid to realize that he has admitted to being an opportunistic jerk. But, the voters in Williamsburg county figured that out a long time ago and that's why he would not have been re-elected if he had run again.
Being an ALEC grafter is a dead give away re: true political persuacion.
Re: nuclear waste. As a native South Carolinian, but as an American first, I would rather see nuclear waste come to as already contaminated facility than contaminate a new area of our nation. We didn't mind the jobs and contamination when SRS was going full blast (pardon the pun), we should not mind it now.
I am curious about Japanese waste coming to the USA, but assume it has something to do w/post WWII treaties.
--Given all his 'jokes' and the national press writing about his visits to bars during his short run for the GOP nomination, Lindsey may have a drinking problem. But, then his BFF in the Senate is an old lounge lizard...
--Does anyone seriously think that any Obama federal judicial nominee will make it through the US Senate?
--How do a son, hospital and the cops think that jail is the safe, appropriate place to detox? Alcohol is more dangerous to detox from than heroin.
--Don't blame the SC Senate for not knowing how to fund infrastructure, blame Grover Norquist and his no-new-taxes pledge that's been running our state since the GOP took the majority...and, we never elected lobbyist Grover Norquist to anything in SC. We just let his acolytes run our state into the ground.
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