Letter: Voters rejected career politi...

Letter: Voters rejected career politician

There are 1 comment on the GreenvilleOnline.com story from Jun 18, 2010, titled Letter: Voters rejected career politician. In it, GreenvilleOnline.com reports that:

Has the situation in Manning, S.C., told the political parties we are tired of supporting "career politicians" who do nothing but spend? I and lots of people I know refused to vote for an incumbent in the primary.

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A Citizen

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Jun 19, 2010
On Greene's military experience...I'm glad he served. Based on an interview floating around the internet, he was a "lazy, lousy" soldier. Ok. Maybe he's trying another line of work. Good for him. He's an example of how people should behave if they're unemployed or are in a job that is not for them. Find some other line of work! Find something that makes you light up and want to get up for everyday. Perhaps he'd make a better senator? At least, he has the courage to try. Another thing I noticed in that same interview was the fact that when Greene was in Korea, he was frugal. He was fiscally conservative. He had a radio in his room and a few clothes. He must live within his means and knows how to save money.(I notice many sarcastic comments about Greene living with his elderly father. Great! He's family oriented, helping dad out, etc. And he's not out there buying a home he can't afford, causing economic crisis! Good for Greene!) An art lots of us need to get back to personally. We're always on the government spending too much money, but it starts with us. If the majority of us saved, the government would, too.(Reflection of the people and all) It's funny how some people and the media are asking about his mental health and if he's on something, etc. They should be asking those questions to folks who spend more than they make.http://beforeitsnews.com/ news/79/675/SC_Senate_Candidat e_Greene_Was_Lousy_Soldier.htm l


"You Say You Want the Common Man"



You say you want the common man
Well, voters, I'm calling your bluff.
Are you really through with establishment's crew?
Have you really had enough?
Are you all hat and no cattle?
Are your words strong or are they weak?
This time I'm asking "Hey, voters, sincerely, where's the beef?"
We have the chance to watch you dance
Or stand against the wall.
This time you have a nominee
Who owes no one at all.
So, are you ready for the common man?
That has yet to be foreseen.
South Carolina, here's your chance
To lead by going Greene!

I'm not deep into politics. I love the USA and the president. I'm just pointing out what I see and hear.

Signed,
A Citizen

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