South Carolina Democrats Really Know How to Pick Them
No more Alvin Greenes for the South Carolina Democratic party, no sir! No, they’ve got much better candidates for the state’s two U.S. Senate races this fall. First, they’ve got a former Obama-administration official who brags about founding a …
I Think Jim DeMint Will Be Okay
Rasmussen suggests that Jim DeMint, Republican senator of South Carolina, might be able to hold on to his seat:
Republican Senator Jim DeMint earns his highest level of support yet in his bid for reelection in South Carolina.
A new …
Alvin Greene’s Latest Can’t-Miss Strategy: Howling at Reporters
Look, South Carolina Democrats have embarrassed the hell out of the national party, but it’s not like his campaign can get any weirder, right?
Eh, spoke too soon:
Alvin Greene howls and wails at reporter
In a bizarre interview …
This South Carolina Democrat Could Use Direction. Or Directions.
Feel free to take appropriate grains of salt in assessing this report from this South Carolina source, whom I call “Dad”:
On Sunday I went to the Hilton Head Democrats’ picnic to educate myself. Very small turn out. Very HOT …
Vic Rawl: No, Really, How the Heck Did I Lose to This Guy?
Over on the home page, a look at the various theories and ideas about how Alvin Greene, unemployed veteran, pulled off his supremely improbable victory in South Carolina’s senatorial primary.
His rival, Vic Rawl, is formally challenging the results …
Jim Clyburn Gets Paranoid
The Huffington Post declares that Rep. Jim Clyburn (D., S.C.) is “warning of shenanigans” in Alvin Greene’s choice to run for U.S. Senate and subsequent victory, calling for the U.S. attorney to investigate.
One man’s “…
Alvin Greene Falls Just a Wee Bit Short Again
Better luck next time, Alvin:
Surprise candidate Alvin Greene was soundly defeated in his second bid for elective office on Tuesday. He captured only 37 votes or just about .01% of the 3,892 cast in a Democratic primary to fill a state legislature …
Is Alvin Greene . . . Not Well?
After the howling, we see an typically terse and digression-prone interview with Alvin Greene that is indistinguishable from parody:
On buying textbooks:
I don’t know. There’s something good about me; they can check it out. I encourage people …
Action Figure Hits 20 Percent
For those of you who have wondered how the man calling for economic prosperity through action figures was doing in South Carolina, Rasmussen offers some insight:
Mystery man Alvin Greene has been the subject of more media coverage this election …
Our Favorite Alvin Since That Singing Chipmunk
Today’s excerpt from the Morning Jolt: The news that we will have Alvin Greene to enjoy for at least a few more months.
The Man with No Campaign Gets the Greene Light
I try to end the week on …
Alvin Greene, Proving American Politics Is Never Predictable
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It’s Not Easy Being Greene, but Apparently He Wins Easily
So let’s dissect what we know about …
Everyone Who Argued Jim DeMint Is Vulnerable, Go Sit in the Corner
Perhaps the South Carolina Republicans I hang around with are too cocky, but I have a tough time seeing any of their conservative congressional incumbents getting in trouble this year*. Yes, I know the guy who is running against Rep. …