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Greene back on ballot, this time for SC House seat

There are 33 comments on the Deseret Morning News story from Feb 15, 2011, titled Greene back on ballot, this time for SC House seat. In it, Deseret Morning News reports that:

This July 18, 2010 file photo shows Alvin Greene, the then Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, waving after making his first public speech during the monthly meeting of the NAACP at Manning Junior High School, in Manning, S.C. Three months after losing his improbable campaign for U.S. Senate, Greene is setting his sights a lot lower.

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Lonewolf

Batesburg, SC

#1 Feb 15, 2011
And there's a good chance the morons in his area will vote for him based on nothing more than skin color.But they're not racist.Right.
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#2 Feb 16, 2011
Lonewolf wrote:
And there's a good chance the morons in his area will vote for him based on nothing more than skin color.But they're not racist.Right.
My Nigguh Wolfie you stupid monkey ass racist inbred. Have not seen much of your sorry ass lately. It takes a kkklandy ass racist like you to come up with such a whiney statement like that. But given the fact that you are the son of a racist blood relative, what comes out of your pie hole and a-hole are relatively predictable.
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
But look at it this way, I would want you around more than I would want Mr. Greene around. I wish he would move next door to your stupid ass and become your trailer park landlord you kkklandy ass inbred. LOFL!
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#3 Feb 16, 2011
Lonewolf wrote:
And there's a good chance the morons in his area will vote for him based on nothing more than skin color.But they're not racist.Right.
Just in case you missed it, your stupid kkklandy ass is racist for bringing it up. By the way, your boy Nigguh Rat needs your monkey ass in the other thread. He is getting his ass stomped.
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#4 Feb 16, 2011
Don't matter this idiot lost his shirt in the election. 37 total votes for him...

http://www.wltx.com/news/national/article/122... -
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#5 Feb 16, 2011
ClownMan wrote:
Don't matter this idiot lost his shirt in the election. 37 total votes for him...
http://www.wltx.com/news/national/article/122... -
Whatever it is that is making him an idiot, he needs to seek professional help for it BEFORE he thinks about running for public office.

“If you can't be a good example”

Since: Mar 07

be a warning

#6 Feb 16, 2011
Somebody stick a fork in Alvin Greene …
The former U.S. Senate nominee – who received 361,471 votes in last November’s statewide election – was handily defeated in his bid for the S.C. State House.
Bummer, right?
Greene – whose bizarre campaign against U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint put South Carolina back in the national headlines for all the wrong reasons – finished dead last in a four-way Democratic special primary for S.C. House District 64 on Tuesday. In fact, out of a total of nearly 4,000 ballots cast – Greene received only 37 votes. That’s less than one percent of the total, people – not exactly a strong starting position for a presidential campaign.
In case you care, Greene’s hometown mayor – Kevin Johnson of Manning, S.C.– won the Democratic nomination with 2,400 votes. Given that the pair of GOP candidates running a separate primary received a combined 1,300 votes, Johnson is a shoo-in to fill the seat vacated by the death of Rep. Cathy Harvin in December.
During his U.S. Senate “campaign,” Greene made headlines by suggesting that South Carolina create jobs by mass-producing action figures in his likeness and by howling and moaning at a reporter.
He also repeatedly refused to address his pending obscenity charge …
Oh, in case you haven’t seen it yet, the lovely Leslie Beaumont http://www.fitsnews.com/2010/12/29/who-is-alv...
has produced an independent film on Greene’s quixotic career.
Wonder if his 37-vote performance on Tuesday will warrant an addendum?
greene 4 president

United States

#7 Feb 16, 2011
if he had been opposed by only white candidates he would have won 99% of the black vote.
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#8 Feb 16, 2011
rwwllms wrote:
Somebody stick a fork in Alvin Greene …
The former U.S. Senate nominee – who received 361,471 votes in last November’s statewide election – was handily defeated in his bid for the S.C. State House.
Bummer, right?
Greene – whose bizarre campaign against U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint put South Carolina back in the national headlines for all the wrong reasons – finished dead last in a four-way Democratic special primary for S.C. House District 64 on Tuesday. In fact, out of a total of nearly 4,000 ballots cast – Greene received only 37 votes. That’s less than one percent of the total, people – not exactly a strong starting position for a presidential campaign.
In case you care, Greene’s hometown mayor – Kevin Johnson of Manning, S.C.– won the Democratic nomination with 2,400 votes. Given that the pair of GOP candidates running a separate primary received a combined 1,300 votes, Johnson is a shoo-in to fill the seat vacated by the death of Rep. Cathy Harvin in December.
During his U.S. Senate “campaign,” Greene made headlines by suggesting that South Carolina create jobs by mass-producing action figures in his likeness and by howling and moaning at a reporter.
He also repeatedly refused to address his pending obscenity charge …
Oh, in case you haven’t seen it yet, the lovely Leslie Beaumont http://www.fitsnews.com/2010/12/29/who-is-alv...
has produced an independent film on Greene’s quixotic career.
Wonder if his 37-vote performance on Tuesday will warrant an addendum?
Kevin Johnson was the obvious choice. He will now have to relinquish his position as the president of the S.C Mayors.
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#9 Feb 16, 2011
greene 4 president wrote:
if he had been opposed by only white candidates he would have won 99% of the black vote.
Thank God Greene lost badly. Hopefully this is the end to his political aspirations. I know it will give you even less to whine about but now it is time for you to get over it. Lol!
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#10 Feb 16, 2011
ClownMan wrote:
Don't matter this idiot lost his shirt in the election. 37 total votes for him...
http://www.wltx.com/news/national/article/122... -
Now while I respect those 37 people's right to vote, they in return must respect my right to laugh at them for wasting it on Greene. I am still pissed at the fact that he did not try to be serious threat to Demint. Greene's slackness allowed DeMint to play S.C. as the fool by not spending much campaign time here.
Bull Dozier

Irmo, SC

#11 Feb 16, 2011
rwwllms wrote:
Somebody stick a fork in Alvin Greene …
The former U.S. Senate nominee – who received 361,471 votes in last November’s statewide election – was handily defeated in his bid for the S.C. State House.
Bummer, right?
Greene – whose bizarre campaign against U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint put South Carolina back in the national headlines for all the wrong reasons – finished dead last in a four-way Democratic special primary for S.C. House District 64 on Tuesday. In fact, out of a total of nearly 4,000 ballots cast – Greene received only 37 votes. That’s less than one percent of the total, people – not exactly a strong starting position for a presidential campaign.
In case you care, Greene’s hometown mayor – Kevin Johnson of Manning, S.C.– won the Democratic nomination with 2,400 votes. Given that the pair of GOP candidates running a separate primary received a combined 1,300 votes, Johnson is a shoo-in to fill the seat vacated by the death of Rep. Cathy Harvin in December.
During his U.S. Senate “campaign,” Greene made headlines by suggesting that South Carolina create jobs by mass-producing action figures in his likeness and by howling and moaning at a reporter.
He also repeatedly refused to address his pending obscenity charge …
Oh, in case you haven’t seen it yet, the lovely Leslie Beaumont http://www.fitsnews.com/2010/12/29/who-is-alv...
has produced an independent film on Greene’s quixotic career.
Wonder if his 37-vote performance on Tuesday will warrant an addendum?
Give me my turn with the fork. Those 37 voters obviously do not take their right seriously.
dmf

United States

#12 Feb 19, 2011
greene 4 president wrote:
if he had been opposed by only white candidates he would have won 99% of the black vote.
What you say here is so true and so sad. It is the black voter in SC that refuses to judge a man on the content of his character. They find it much more comfortable to judge only on the color of skin.

If Martin Luther King was reincarnated as a white man he would lose to Greene among the Black voters in SC.
Dark Kent

Plymouth, MI

#13 Feb 19, 2011
dmf wrote:
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What you say here is so true and so sad. It is the black voter in SC that refuses to judge a man on the content of his character. They find it much more comfortable to judge only on the color of skin.
If Martin Luther King was reincarnated as a white man he would lose to Greene among the Black voters in SC.
since you and that other racist idiot are whining about crap that does not matter, answer this. is that how barack obama became president?
dmf

United States

#14 Feb 19, 2011
Dark Kent wrote:
<quoted text>since you and that other racist idiot are whining about crap that does not matter, answer this. is that how barack obama became president?
no my little fat friend Obama probably got 99 percent of the black vote like Green would get against a white opponent. But that wouldn't get him elected because black voters are still a relatively small % of total voters. I was not talking about Big Al getting elected, just how he would sweep the black vote because the SC black voters vote on basis of skin color when ever a black person is on he ballot .
Have a pleasant day!
Dark Kent

Plymouth, MI

#15 Feb 19, 2011
dmf wrote:
<quoted text>
no my little fat friend Obama probably got 99 percent of the black vote like Green would get against a white opponent. But that wouldn't get him elected because black voters are still a relatively small % of total voters. I was not talking about Big Al getting elected, just how he would sweep the black vote because the SC black voters vote on basis of skin color when ever a black person is on he ballot .
Have a pleasant day!
your racist response has made my day even better. make it better by responding to the following. thanks for your limited perspective of how all blacks in s.c. vote based on race. speaking of small percentage, the likes of you would not even vote if all the candidates were black. that is a fair assessment of you and the small percentage that are like you don't you think? lol!
Dark Kent

Plymouth, MI

#16 Feb 19, 2011
Lonewolf wrote:
And there's a good chance the morons in his area will vote for him based on nothing more than skin color.But they're not racist.Right.
...and you are at your usual full of crap self you racist clown.
dmf

Cayce, SC

#17 Feb 19, 2011
Dark Kent wrote:
<quoted text>your racist response has made my day even better. make it better by responding to the following. thanks for your limited perspective of how all blacks in s.c. vote based on race. speaking of small percentage, the likes of you would not even vote if all the candidates were black. that is a fair assessment of you and the small percentage that are like you don't you think? lol!
wrong again chubby!

Unless of course we use the Dark Kent Expository dictionary which defines racism as speaking the truth about the actions of persons who are black. If all the candidates are black in any election state local or national I will use the same criteria I now use to choose the best one to vote for. Ideas, Character, vision and love of country. What criteria do you use in an election with only white candidates?
test

Scranton, PA

#18 Feb 19, 2011
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Dark Kent

Pella, IA

#19 Feb 21, 2011
dmf wrote:
<quoted text>
wrong again chubby!
Unless of course we use the Dark Kent Expository dictionary which defines racism as speaking the truth about the actions of persons who are black. If all the candidates are black in any election state local or national I will use the same criteria I now use to choose the best one to vote for. Ideas, Character, vision and love of country. What criteria do you use in an election with only white candidates?
actually racism coming from the likes of you is broad brushing an entire race of people based on the actions of a few. you are not fooling anyone. that lamebrain definition you had posted is from your first grade dick, sally, and jane klan manual. Lol!
dmf

United States

#20 Feb 21, 2011
very lame. chunky!

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