South Carolina Pork Barrels and Sexcapades

Mark Sanford, the governor of South Carolina (shown below), had requested to use one quarter of S.C.’s federal stimulus money to pay down state debt.  This was rejected as the funds are intended for education and public works expenses.  Sanford, a staunch right-wing Republican, has been one of the most outspoken against the stimulus package.  Could this be due to his aspirations to lead the Republican party?  Maybe.  In all likelihood, he knew his requests would be rejected, his state would get the money and he would look like a maverick.  What’s sad is that he was willing to jeopardize much needed money for the people of S.C. to get ahead politically.  Poor bastards.  They’re already at the bottom of the totem pole economically, not too mention genetically. So sad.


3 Responses to “South Carolina Pork Barrels and Sexcapades”

  1. 1 Raylene Hicks
    November 12, 2009 at 7:41 am

    This is good. Politics, in general, bores me due to the fact that I see politicians as actors on a stage reciting dialogue that they may or may not have even written themselves. I feel like they could be auditioning for a shakespearean play and I wouldn’t know the difference because I almost immediately tune them out once I begin hearing the usual equivocal and ambiguous trash that normally comes out of their mouths.
    So I also avoid talking about it with others because most of them DO pay attention to the “audition” and maybe they weed out all the BS, to get one or two ideas as to what the person is saying. I can’t sit through all of it. It can be like a soap opera, an hour of nonsense to find out that dude may or may not be secretly in love with his sister’s dead husband’s nephew’s gay roommate. So, at the end of the show, you’re pretty much still where you started except you DID find out that Bo and Luke are having a boy. I mean???
    Anyways, my point being is this: I rarely get passionate about politics…and this SC loser really pissed me off. I have lived in SC for many years, and I feel compelled to tell others that my family is from elsewhere because I do not want to be associated with the kind of backwards delusional BS that this government portrays. They have these rediculous laws they sugar-coat by associating them to religeous views and what-not, but any intelligent human being can see through it and discover that greed and laziness is the ultimate reason these archaic laws stay in existance.
    So, it’s clear that living in the bible-belt has created a bit of resentment, but I laughed out loud at this because I said almost the exact same thing about this douche bag a while back. He’s an actor and he’s trying out for the lead role. He could care less about the status of this state’s education situation, and let me just tell you, I dont know any statistics, but the grammar alone used by these kids coming out of highschool and starting college, makes me cringe. I reckon I done said evry’thin I wanted to say. I ain’t got nothin else. Ya’ll take care! 😉

  2. 3 james
    August 16, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    Bam Bamm Bammm!

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