Alvin Greene's victory in South Carol...

Alvin Greene's victory in South Carolina primary raises questions

There are 14 comments on the Fox 8 WGHP story from Jun 12, 2010, titled Alvin Greene's victory in South Carolina primary raises questions. In it, Fox 8 WGHP reports that:

Reporting from Washington - South Carolina's latest political curiosity has grown into a probe of voter irregularities.

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Kevin

Richmond, VA

#1 Jun 12, 2010
Well being these two are liberal/socialists it doesn't matter but this guys facing felony charges and is allowed to run for office? certainly there's laws for this..
fastrack

Greensboro, NC

#2 Jun 13, 2010
Looks like a case harden Democrate will find a real job, not riding the coat tails of his party!!!!!!
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#3 Jun 13, 2010
ROFL ... the only "irregularity" is black bigotry. They'd vote for an ax murderer if he was the only black running.
z-force

Greensboro, NC

#4 Jun 13, 2010
I heard CNN's anchor Don Lemon's interview this man. It was so obvious that Mr Greene was reading a script as he was answering the questions.

What a shame that the r-party would stoop so low.

Are the people of SC all like the 2007 teen beauty queen that attempted to explain why most of the US could not locate the USA on a blank map?
I believe she was nervous..not ignorant...

To the grown-ups in SC...Throw away your childish things....WISE-UP!!
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#5 Jun 13, 2010
z-force wrote:
I heard CNN's anchor Don Lemon's interview this man. It was so obvious that Mr Greene was reading a script as he was answering the questions.
What a shame that the r-party would stoop so low.
Are the people of SC all like the 2007 teen beauty queen that attempted to explain why most of the US could not locate the USA on a blank map?
I believe she was nervous..not ignorant...
To the grown-ups in SC...Throw away your childish things....WISE-UP!!
The r-party?... What are you smoking? Greene got 59% of the democrat vote ... and it is Bush's fault? You democrats are such children ... caught with your hand in the cookie jar with crumbs all over your face ... and you stand there and say "It wasn't me ... George did it."
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#6 Jun 13, 2010
Just imagine if things were reversed. A black former representative and judge ... and a white, unemployed nobody who was tossed out of the military with felony pornography charges pending.

Oh man! Jesse and Al would be marching ... riots ... and a federal investigation and shouts of southern racism coming non-stop from every news channel.

Where are the screams of black bigotry? Because that is exactly what this is.
Alicia Townes

Summerfield, NC

#7 Jun 13, 2010
I agree with with Clyburn there be an investigation and if he can"t find anything on him, has a right to run.
Ross

Ocala, FL

#8 Jun 13, 2010
I always thought the investigation should come before the primary. Don't they call it the "vetting" of a candidate?

Democrat handling of procedures looks more like a "three ringed circus" than a professionally run organization. How do dumb asses like Clyburn remain leaders in a party that can't do the simple things like vetting candidates?
eagle

AOL

#9 Jun 14, 2010
Theres a lot of bull going on here. I wonder if he is a ACORN plant?
Glasnos

El Paso, TX

#10 Jun 14, 2010
The talk of a "plant" is merely a distraction. It really does not matter. What matters is that he got 59% of the vote as the democrat candidate for US senator ... and he has NO qualifications for such a positon ... and won over a former judge. Why?.. The reason is glaring ... he is black ... and approximately 60% of South Carolina democrats are black because the black population is 30% black, and overwhelmingly democrat. Is it a coincidence Alvin Greene got 59% of the vote? The only possible conclusion is all the black voters are bigots ... there can be no other explanation.
Where is the media?
Chicago Dopes in Chains

Huntington Station, NY

#11 Jun 14, 2010
Ross wrote:
I always thought the investigation should come before the primary. Don't they call it the "vetting" of a candidate?
Democrat handling of procedures looks more like a "three ringed circus" than a professionally run organization. How do dumb asses like Clyburn remain leaders in a party that can't do the simple things like vetting candidates?
Even after Obama got elected,
you think the Democratic Party vetts their candidates ?

I smell acorns roasting on an open fire
Ha Ha Ha

Greensboro, NC

#12 Jun 14, 2010
I hope this type of thing can happen a little more. Clean out all of those edu-ma-k-ted fools and get some regular people to run this mother. It will be a billion times better.
Cry Baby

Huntsville, AL

#13 Jun 15, 2010
Congrats Mr Greene.You ran a great an fair race.This guy maybe what the state needs.
Cry Baby

Huntsville, AL

#14 Jun 15, 2010
Cant a friend just give him 10,000? I love this story

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