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Re: “Weekend Roundup: 20+ fun ways to spend the Thanksgiving weekend

You missed the most exciting event in the Charleston area. Lights at Magnolia Plantation. It’s am 11 acres of fantastic Chinese lanterns. A sight to be seen

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Posted by charlestowne2 on November 29, 2019 at 7:36 PM

Re: “Development is threatening a downtown wetland and concerned citizens are sounding the alarm. Can Gadsden Creek be saved?

Going against the current, infilling in urban areas is a good thing. Apartments /condo high rise buildings alleviate the need for commuting. Being able to work and shop near your home is a good thing. think about it.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on July 12, 2019 at 5:14 PM

Re: “Nancy Mace says she's "not worried" about confusion over altered AOC photo, but she is worried about socialism

Mace is against the Equal Rights Amendment. Against a women's right to choose but says she is 150% for women. Mace is the "Handmaiden" candidate.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on July 5, 2019 at 3:50 PM

Re: “S.C. Confederate monuments remain as a symbol of black subjugation

And why were the southern states fighting for independence? Read the Ordinances of Succession and the Cornerstone speech by Confederate vice president Alexander Stephens. The reason given for succession in every document was to maintain the institution of slavery. The north fought the war to keep the union intact. The confederate states fought to maintain slavery. Those documents leave no doubt of that.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on May 17, 2019 at 6:42 PM

Re: “S.C. Confederate monuments remain as a symbol of black subjugation

Calhoun died ten years before the Confederate states of America formed. His statue can not be a civil war statue as he had nothing to do with the civil war as he died 10 years before it began. Therefore the Calhoun statue should not fall under the South Carolina Heritage Act. It isn't a confederate statue.

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Posted by charlestowne2 on May 17, 2019 at 4:38 PM

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