Chris Haire and the CP should be ashamed of themselves. You print Mr. Hunter for years, and then throw him under the bus for your own personal gain when the moment presents itself. Mr. Hunter has worked very hard to get where he is today and will continue to do great work for the Liberty movement here in SC and nationally. I am sad to see him resign from his job with Rand Paul but at least he can now publicly defend himself against these hateful and jealous attacks. Undoubtedly the job offers have already started to pour in for Hunter in DC and elsewhere. I know of several businesses locally who will no long advertise with you and many others have made it their personal mission to toss out your repugnant paper anywhere they see it placed in town. I do hope to run into Mr. Haire one day...so I can tell him to his face what a lying, detestable human being he is...I just hope I have a full drink in my hand to toss in his face when I do it!
Filming "House of Cards" Season 2 I sure hope. Best show EVER!
Does this dog have any prior history in its 10 year of being aggressive towards other animals or humans? That information is important. Large dogs can scare people when rushing toward someone, but I can't imagine someone pulling out a knife on their nightly walk through his affluent neighborhood and stabbing a dog twice! AND THEN slashing its throat that long and deep. This man was trying to kill that animal And what excessive force! Do you think rabid vicious pit bulls are roaming the mean street of Belle Hall? Give me a break. Just like all the stories of police murdering family pets bc they rushed over to them or "seemed aggressive". Peoples knee jerk reactions to certain breeds and over-reaction to typical dog behavior has gotten out of hand! Demand action against these people and help educate others on dog breeds who are unjustly blamed. This man is a danger to pets...and who knows, possibly people if he tends to react with such behavior. And the slashers name is Charles Van de Carr. You can find that in the other article at P&C.
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