Posts Tagged ‘jim demint’

Al Greene

19Jul10

Alvin Greene is the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in South Carolina, so a speech is called for! Democrats have given up hope of replacing Greene on the ballot. Several different investigations have failed to turn up any evidence to suggest that Greene’s primary victory over Vic Rawl — who actually campaigned for the job […]


Ann Coulter wonders why there’s so much commotion amongst Democrats over the sex crimes of the party’s South Carolina senate nominee. Before Alvin Greene, after all, there was Bill Clinton. In the grand tradition of legendary Democrats such as Teddy Kennedy, Greene has a felony arrest. (Greene’s inexperience really shows here: Democrats usually wait until […]


This guy is like a Saturday Night Live character! Olbermann should have asked him how he put together the signatures to get on the ballot. That’s generally a difficult challenge, one that requires some organizational skills and an organization.


Too Greene

11Jun10

This guy is the Democratic nominee for United States Senate from South Carolina! Alvin Greene, 32, didn’t raise any money. He didn’t have a website. And his opponent was a relatively better-known former legislator, Vic Rawl, who was already preparing for the general election. He faces GOP incumbent Jim DeMint. Greene was considered such a […]


Buy Order

23Dec09

Will the dirty, arm twisting, backroom politics of the Democrats health care effort be allowed to stand? Believers in the American system of government are making a fight. Looks like the steadily growing list of constitutional, ethical and political outrages that constitute the Harry Reid version of Obamacare is sparking a rebellion in the states, as […]


Shock Waves

12Sep09

While police put the numbers at tens of thousands, NBC News said Saturday night that hundreds of thousands of “conservatives and libertarians” marched on Washington as the Tea Party protests moved to the capital. “You will not spend the money of our children and our grandchildren to feed an overstuffed government,” Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) […]