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I don't live in S.C. but if i did i would vote for him just on the basis that he is not a product of the political machine. Time to get rid of the career politicians , yea this guy may not sound to bright on the big screen but perhaps he isn't use to being in the public eye. Give the guy some chance maybe he will open up and have some serious answers to some of the problems in washington. lol
Sure why not; he is not different than any other clown running for office.
In reality, we all know he has almost no chance to win. However, in his defense, being smooth, personable, and possessing great interview skills are not required for running for senate. he doesn't fit the bill of a career politician, let alone any politician, but hey more power to him. The only requirements to run for a senate seat are:
* at least 30 years old.
* a U.S. citizen for at least nine years at the time of election to the Senate.
* a resident of the state one is elected to represent in the Senate.
But no, he will not be elected.
You know, if the people would vote in regular folks that haven't learned the snaky ways of politicians, we wouldn't have a country that is 13 trillion dollars in debt and populated with a generation of people raised to expect a hand out. Whether this guy is the right guy for SC, I don't know, but the dems should vote for him.
No! Jim DeMint will blow him away in November. Let's make sure we all get out and vote in November and throw out all the liberals (progressives) that we can.
Compared to Demint, he would be a breath of fresh air. However, the mystery deepens and the plot thickens in South Carolina:
Hmm... looks like the same lack of media interest and curiosity that got 0bama elected....
democrats voted for him who cares.