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Re: “Supporters drafting Ketner to challenge DeMint and Alvin Greene

More of the same. She might be ok, but I'd rather have Greene. SC finally has the chance to have the candidate everyone dreams of...someone who isn't owned by special interests, corporations...someone who doesn't owe even a favor to someone. Alvin Greene is a free man. A common man. He isn't rich, so he can certainly understand the regular majority of South Carolina. He is America's candidate! He's not boring either. He's shaking things up and making the race interesting. People want to see him and hear about him all the time. I can't get enough of the articles and interviews with Greene. He is making things exciting! And he brings lots of press to South Carolina. If he did win, lots of people would be paying attention to SC! Greene's an inspiration. Really, he's sufficient enough. How well do you have to speak to vote yea or nay? We're too caught up in the outwardness/how things look in politics. I'm ready to try substance. Oddly enough, I believe Alvin Greene has it and would try harder than anyone already in the Senate. Go Greene!!!

You say you want the common man
Well, voters, I'm calling your bluff.
Are you really through with establishment's crew?
Have you really had enough?
Are you all hat and no cattle?
Are your words strong or are they weak?
This time I'm asking "Hey, voters, sincerely, where's the beef?"
We have the chance to watch you dance
Or stand against the wall.
This time you have a nominee
Who owes no one at all.
So, are you ready for the common man?
That has yet to be foreseen.
South Carolina, here's your chance
To lead by going Greene!

Posted by AACC on June 25, 2010 at 9:52 AM
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