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Re: “Haley plays the race card in Myrtle Beach

"neither Haley nor the General Assembly has any authority to shut down the Memorial Day Bikefest by fiat" Looks like Mr. Moredock has become an advocate of limited government. For the first time I completely agree with Mr. Moredock. The constitution protects peaceful assembly and those protections are incorporated to the states.

However, Mr. Moredock is guilty of exactly what he claims Governor Haley is doing. You can't be for incorporating the 1st amendment to the states but not the other amendments.

I thought our leaders have unlimited powers to protect us from ourselves and pass laws to limit our choices for our own benefit. We're just stupid rednecks who don't know what’s good for us. That why we need brilliant elites like Mr. Moredock.

Too bad the liberals only realize that an all powerful government that can engineer society as they see fit can become a problem only after the monster they create turns on them.

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Posted by sceepe on June 12, 2014 at 3:34 PM

Re: “At Nehemiah Action, pastors demand policy change with confrontational techniques

If you treated the officials like this article says you did, this "avenue" will soon be closed to you. You already lost Summey. Next year you be lucky to get the janitor and dog catcher at your meeting. Congrats...

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Posted by sceepe on May 1, 2014 at 7:13 AM

Re: “At Nehemiah Action, pastors demand policy change with confrontational techniques

So it's now the priest's job to come up with solutions to society's problems and lobby politicians to implement their ideas. I've always considered clergy to be experts on God's teaching never knew they were also experts on public policy and how to staff a construction project.

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Posted by sceepe on April 30, 2014 at 11:35 PM

Re: “It's about time somebody called out Jim DeMint

"There is nothing in this article that indicates "an intense hatred for the good people of South Carolina."" -

Oh yeah what about:
1.)"Maners shares my conviction that DeMint could flourish only in a culture of rank ignorance and superstition. South Carolina provides a perfect medium for his message, as it has for generations of demagogues, charlatans, and frauds."
2.) "There has emerged an angry and deluded subculture of Carolina clones called the Tea Party."
3.) "Jim thinks he can use labels that provoke fear and hatred in the ignorant masses"

You can argue for the wonderful benefits of big government socialism if you want, but you can not honestly claim that Moredock has anything but disdain for the people of South Carolina. According to Mr. Moredock, South Carolinians are ignorant, superstitious, angry, deluded clones. These are his own words...

The reality is that Mr. Moredock believes so steadfastly in his liberal ideology that anyone who disagrees must be some sort of mindless or ignorant clone. When you are so sure that you are correct, it is very hard to explain those who disagree with you. Imagine if you looked out the window and thought you saw a rainbow. Now if everyone else around you said, "there is no rainbow". You would have two choices; either everyone is blind, or you are wrong.

Mr. Moredock believes so strongly in the rainbow of liberalism that can not fathom the latter possibility which is that he is wrong. The fundamental tenets of his socialist mentality are flawed. His whole world view is based on the lie that government is responsible for man in lieu of a man being responsible for him self. This is a fact that is so difficult for him to accept that he must protect his belief structure by labeling everyone around him that disagrees as blind, ignorant, fearful clones.

Mr. Moredock, I was born here, I live here, I have two engineering degrees, own my own company, and I support the Tea Party principals of limited government and sustainable spending. I am not ignorant, superstitious, deluded, or angry. You are just wrong. I am sorry, but there is no Rainbow....

Posted by sceepe on September 14, 2011 at 3:23 PM

Re: “Calling out Republicans on voter ID

You might be a wacked out liberal journalist if you source your information from Frances Fox Piven, who even wikipedia labels a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. Funny how you called her a "journalist" instead of a "socialist".

So you want us to believe that forcing people to buy health insurance or pay a fine is not too much of an imposition but flashing an id when you go vote is. Get a grip.

Posted by sceepe on August 31, 2011 at 10:40 AM

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