View Full Version : SC Democrat Electorial Intelligence!! ROTFLMAOF!!!

06-09-2010, 01:54 PM
These people are in big trouble!!!

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<span style='font-size: 14pt'><span style="color: #FF0000">S.C. Senate Winner Reportedly Faces Charge of Showing Obscene Photos to College Student.
The unemployed military veteran who won South Carolina's Democratic Senate primary Tuesday faces a felony charge for allegedly showing obscene Internet photos to a University of South Carolina student, the Associated Press reports.</span></span>
Alvin Michael Greene, 32, took 59 percent of the vote, stunning his primary opponent, Vic Rawls, 64, a former judge and four-term state legislator. Greene will challenge Sen. Jim DeMint in this fall's election.
Court records show that Greene was arrested in November after allegedly showing the photos to a woman and talking about going to her room at a university dorm. He posted bond after his arrest and has yet to enter a plea or be indicted, the AP reported. The charge carries a maximum five-year prison sentence.
Greene said he had no comment when asked about the charge Wednesday and hung up on a reporter, the AP said.
Greene said he scraped together the $10,400 filing fee and funds for his campaign from money he had saved while serving in the Army in South Korea. Greene said he completed his military service, a total of 13 years in the Air Force and Army, last August. He has been unemployed since.
The Army said Wednesday that Greene, from Manning, S.C., was discharged in August 2009 after being promoted to specialist. He served three years as a supply technician, including a tour in South Korea from June 2007 to July 2008. He last served with the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kan.
Greene's military records also show he served in the South Carolina Air National Guard from July 1995 to June 2002, and in the South Carolina Army National Guard from July 2006 to February 2007.
Greene put out no campaign posters, ran no ads, and although he said he had campaigned across the state, was vague on the precisely where he had appeared.
"As far as I know, he never showed up at anything,'' state Democratic Party Chairwoman Carol Fowler told reporters. She speculated that voters picked Green over Rawl because his name came first on the alphabetical list of candidates.
Rawl himself expressed shock and disappointment at the Election Day results. "I never saw him,'' he said of Greene. "I've still never met him."
Greene's out-of-nowhere victory sparked speculation that he could be a Republican "plant,'' a deliberately weak candidate to run against De Mint.
But Greene insists he is exactly as he seems -- a jobless veteran who is acting on his dream of helping get America back to work. He said he was inspired while he was posted in South Korea in 2008 by news reports about the crumbling economy and rising unemployment back home.
"I just saw the country was in bad shape,'' he told Mother Jones magazine. "The country was declining. I wanted to make sure we continue to go up on the right track."
As stunned party officials in South Carolina and Washington scrambled to absorb the implications of Greene's unusual victory, his election prospects seemed unclear -- although he is certain now to attract the first serious media and political attention of his campaign.
DeMint, a deeply conservative GOP standard-bearer seeking his second Senate term, has reportedly amassed a campaign war chest of $3.5 million.
Greene remains undaunted. He said he is excited about the campaign. "I'm looking forward to the debate this September,'' he said.
Filed Under: Democrats, 2010 Elections, Campaigns
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06-09-2010, 02:29 PM
Looks like they just went through and voted for the first name on the ballot.

As long as they voted for democrats, I guess they figure it's ok.

That seems to be the way they think.


06-09-2010, 04:47 PM
I wonder if it will be Bush's fault when this goes down in flames?

06-09-2010, 04:47 PM
Isn't that the state where the demokooks protested because they wanted to remove party affiliation from the ballot under the premise that demokook voters wouldn't know who to vote for unless they were told who to vote for?


06-09-2010, 07:34 PM
I am surprised that Gayle has not come to defend this.
Democrats being the pinnacle of political intelligence and all.

06-09-2010, 08:10 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: LWW</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Isn't that the state where the demokooks protested because they wanted to remove party affiliation from the ballot under the premise that demokook voters wouldn't know who to vote for unless they were told who to vote for?

LWW </div></div>

Actually, that was one county, 80% minority in North Carolina.

06-10-2010, 05:12 AM
The sad thing is that this guy fits well with the demokook congress which is unabashedly stocked up on criminals.


06-10-2010, 07:04 AM
Now they are asking him to step down.

I hope he refuses just for the entertainment value.