South carolina

"So we got like, we got like umm, uh, whatchamacalit, stop and frisk."
A suspect was arrested in South Carolina.
Though sources close to Colbert said that he was caring for his 91-year-old mother Lorna, that information was never confirmed.
Well. That happend.
Since 1980, every Republican candidate who has captured the state has won the nomination, but this year the first three contests have seen three different winners.
The polls don't close until 7 p.m., so we urge our South Carolina readers: do as this couple has done and vote for Herman Cain.
Newt Gingrich is making lemonade out of open marriage lemons!
Jackson is tired of Colbert's shenanigans: “I have had it with these money-grubbing superPACs messing with our Monday to Friday elections.” After all, you can't trust a man with a silent "T" in his name.
"Nation, I am calling on the Super PAC not to run vicious character assassination ads that impune and borderline slander any candidate—if in any way those ads can be traced back to me."
At last night's GOP debate in Myrtle Beach, sponsored by FOX News, the candidates pandered mightily to the raucous audience to give them what they wanted: blood. Specifically, sweet, sweet Mormon blood.
"What is really disturbing to me is the over-the-top rhetoric from this administration and their disdain for the military," Perry said.
Gingrich responded to critiques that he is for "amnesty." He wouldn't give those people citizenship or a right to vote, and would deny federal funding to "sanctuary cities," such as New York.
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