February 01, 2008
The New Axis of Evil: South Carolina?

One of the enjoyable aspects of the current election campaign is watching the antics of the wingnuts as they’re forced to choose between John McCain and a firing squad.

Over the past month a new Axis of Evil has emerged — not one based in Damascus, Tehran or Pyongyang — but instead in Cedar Rapids, Charleston, South Carolina, Derry, New Hampshire and Boca Raton, Florida. It is the liberal and “independent” voters in these 4 states that have nearly completed a deed that makes Kim Jong Il envious — the near crippling of the American Electoral System.

These four states have combined their native liberal populism with an imported liberal electorate and have forced the GOP to accept a nominee so distasteful that in more than one poll — the numbers of voters choosing not to vote and those choosing to vote third party actually exceed those who will hold their nose and vote for Maverick, War Hero, Amnesty Supporter, John McCain.

I admit, I’ve always known that South Carolina and Florida were secret hotbeds of liberalism. But I was hoping no one would notice.

I’m not interested in sending any more traffic to the wackos at Human Events Online, but if you really must read the article Steve Thomma, who’s been filing some excellent stuff for McClatchy, links to it.


Posted by Chuck Dupree at February 01, 2008 04:17 AM
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Charleston SC has had a Democratic mayor for almost 30 years. And as far as I can tell, he's popular across party lines. Move up towards the Appalachian line in SC and you seem to enter a different country.

Posted by: Buck on February 1, 2008 10:40 AM

South Carolina is an Islamic state you know. Don't you remember?


Posted by: Buck on February 1, 2008 5:24 PM

Wait a minute, he's been mayor for 30 years?

Posted by: Chuck Dupree on February 2, 2008 3:12 AM

Yup, read the bio below. Charleston, or at least the progressive part of it has been a well kept "secret". But people still keep coming.


Posted by: Buck on February 2, 2008 6:48 AM
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