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(Talking Points Memo)   Will Mark Sanford rise like a phoenix, or will he come crashing down like a fat kid in a termite-infested attic? Will Colbert-Busch's brother help her win? It's your official South Carolina 1st District Congressional Seat Election Thread   (talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 142
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2013-05-07 09:19:52 AM
I hope SC tells Sanford to take a hike.
 
2013-05-07 09:30:28 AM
he did encourage the people of South Carolina to vote, but not for any particular candidate.
 
2013-05-07 09:46:39 AM
I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.
 
2013-05-07 09:48:10 AM
Republican, SC, Christian(forgiven because he's a republican).  It will be close, but I don't see him losing.
 
2013-05-07 09:54:14 AM

Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.


Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.
 
2013-05-07 09:56:07 AM
It could be a situation like we had in New Orleans when Joseph Cao upset embattled Bill Jefferson in a run-off a few years ago (which, BTW, was pushed back because Hurricane Gustav hit the week of the primary and pushed it back to the general election in November.  Turnout for the run-off was miniscule, and even Jefferson admitted his supporters were probably too dumb to know there was another vote after the one in November).  Sanford may lose to Colbert-Bush, but she'll be keeping the seat warm for whatever Republican topples her on the next go around.  Cao - a Vietnamese American and a Republican - had no chance at re-election from the moment he pulled off the upset.
 
2013-05-07 09:59:08 AM

ginandbacon: Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.

Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


Oh yeah? Well, what if I told you she's in league with the lizard people?
 
2013-05-07 09:59:31 AM

ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh wait, you're serious...
 
2013-05-07 10:01:19 AM

ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


The most recent polls have it at a dead heat, and it's an R+10 district.  Advantage: spends-taxpayer-money-on-his-mistress-in-Argentina-and-debates-posters guy
 
2013-05-07 10:02:44 AM
I really hope she wins, but I won't be holding my breath.
 
2013-05-07 10:03:08 AM
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Watching this race closely.
 
2013-05-07 10:06:10 AM

WTF Indeed: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh wait, you're serious...


Bend over boy. You need a spanking.

HMS_Blinkin: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

The most recent polls have it at a dead heat, and it's an R+10 district.  Advantage: spends-taxpayer-money-on-his-mistress-in-Argentina-and-debates-posters guy


Yeah I just saw that. Hmmm. A nail biter! It's a fun race anyway...

Donnchadha: ginandbacon: Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.

Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

Oh yeah? Well, what if I told you she's in league with the lizard people?


Would she eat cicadas because I am really not looking forward to this coming plague?
 
2013-05-07 10:06:54 AM
If you want to know how farked our politics are, you only need to look at this.

The disgraced shiathead has a very good chance of winning over a good candidate - because hey, at least he's the right party.
 
2013-05-07 10:07:10 AM

ginandbacon: Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.

Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com
 
2013-05-07 10:07:53 AM
crashing down like a fat kid in a termite-infested attic

I just want to say that I love this simile so much.
 
2013-05-07 10:08:09 AM

HMS_Blinkin: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

The most recent polls have it at a dead heat, and it's an R+10 district.  Advantage: spends-taxpayer-money-on-his-mistress-in-Argentina-and-debates-posters guy


As much as I'd love to see her pull off the victory, I have to agree. Being an unethical, misogynistic bastard pales in comparison to being a Democrat in this Congressional district.
 
2013-05-07 10:08:30 AM

ginandbacon: Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.

Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


We are a profoundly stupid district. Many, many teabaggers.

Side note: His campaign signs are poorly spray painted plywood with phrases like "Sanford Saves Tax $." There's one at the intersection where I turn into work that blocks your view of oncoming traffic. I want to firebomb that thing but that seems a little extreme.
 
2013-05-07 10:08:33 AM
I'm a USC grad (the original acronym, BTW). But I don't feel I can even discuss South Carolina anymore.
 
2013-05-07 10:09:31 AM
Will libs really have to get behind another Bush?
 
2013-05-07 10:09:56 AM
I hope she wins. As an (actual) fiscal conservative, I think it stinks to high heaven that the TEA party and others are glorifying the guy who stole hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to spend on visiting his South American mistress as the "fiscal conservative" choice. For what he spent on government funded farking, he could have hired a couple more teachers so kids could have a better education. That doesn't demonstrate responsibility or conservatisim in any way.
 
2013-05-07 10:10:05 AM

dickfreckle: I'm a USC grad (the original acronym, BTW). But I don't feel I can even discuss South Carolina anymore.


It's a beautiful state.  It's just over-populated with nut-jobs in some areas.  There are plenty of nice folks, there, too, but they don't seem to be active in politics.
 
DGS [TotalFark]
2013-05-07 10:10:26 AM

Serious Black: HMS_Blinkin: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

The most recent polls have it at a dead heat, and it's an R+10 district.  Advantage: spends-taxpayer-money-on-his-mistress-in-Argentina-and-debates-posters guy

As much as I'd love to see her pull off the victory, I have to agree. Being an unethical, misogynistic bastard pales in comparison to being a Democrat in this Congressional district.


That sums it up fairly well.
 
2013-05-07 10:10:31 AM
This man broke so many bull crap you conservatives keep spouting about, seriously SC. I hope you guys aren't idiots. But I'm not that optimistic.
 
2013-05-07 10:12:07 AM

dr_blasto: I hope SC tells Sanford to take a hike.


www.poconohistory.com
 
2013-05-07 10:12:26 AM
I bet every republican who votes for Sanford was railing about the Lewinsky scandal in the 90s.
 
2013-05-07 10:12:52 AM
Either Sanford wins and is a giant oozing zit on the face of the  "values voters" party for a looong time, or the GOP loses a seat in an R+10 district to Stephen Colbert's sister.   I'm cool either way
 
2013-05-07 10:12:52 AM

firefly212: I hope she wins. As an (actual) fiscal conservative, I think it stinks to high heaven that the TEA party and others are glorifying the guy who stole hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars to spend on visiting his South American mistress as the "fiscal conservative" choice. For what he spent on government funded farking, he could have hired a couple more teachers so kids could have a better education. That doesn't demonstrate responsibility or conservatisim in any way.


Republicans these days never fail to disappoint me.  As soon as I think they can't get any crazier, BOOM, they elect Cruz.  I'm sure they'll sink to the occasion again and elect Sanford.
 
2013-05-07 10:13:04 AM

ginandbacon: Bend over boy. You need a spanking.


She has a run horrible campaign considering her opponent's main accomplishment is nailing a South American woman while in office. Whomever wins tonight they will only be in the office until the next election, where they will lose in a landslide of epic proportions.
 
2013-05-07 10:17:07 AM
SC Farkers, please, PLEASE don't let Mark unannounced-taxpayer-adultery-international-vacation Sanford get elected. I don't want to live in a country that'd reelect him.

I mean seriously, I'd petition for you guys' state to secede over this. I know you're doing the best you can, but please try!

/if Sanford gets elected I hope the first honest representative to meet him on the floor kicks the bastard in the nuts
//which means probably none of them
 
2013-05-07 10:18:48 AM
What are the odds either candidate has prepared a concession speech?
 
2013-05-07 10:19:10 AM
Oh, and it turns out the former Mrs. Sanford has some really great stories about how he's an even bigger twatwaffle than previously thought -

http://wonkette.com/515382/jenny-sanfords-2010-book-suggests-mark-sa nf ord-maybe-a-bit-of-a-dick

"Another woman, it seemed, had come forward and suggested to a member of the press that she had also had relations with Mark, which meant he would likely have to address the accusation with an AP reporter who would be interviewing him later in the day. I was gut-punched all over again. Mark had sworn to me when I'd discovered his secret back in January that Belen was the only "other" woman. Now he explained that there had been nothing much at all with this new woman, nothing he had felt I needed to know about before. Ever businesslike, he wanted to know what I thought he should reveal in the interview. Here again he was asking for my advice instead of first considering how the news might make me feel. Here again he was only really admitting his indiscretions because the woman had come forward, forcing him to come clean."

What a tool.
 
2013-05-07 10:19:28 AM
My district, and I'm betting that Sanford will win, if only to prove that you need to do nothing good and can be a proven-unethical waster of taxpayer dollars and still be considered a "values" candidate that will "look out for the taxypayer."

He is hated and shunned by every SC pol that knows him.  Every veto he ever dropped as governor was quickly overturned... by his own party.  The GOP will have nothing to do with him.

Would it be unreasonable for us to "suffer" through a moderate Democrat for 19 months over this has-been?  No, because the people in this state legitimately believe that (R) is infallible and (D) means Siberian labor camps.
 
2013-05-07 10:19:45 AM

WTF Indeed: ginandbacon: Bend over boy. You need a spanking.

She has a run horrible campaign considering her opponent's main accomplishment is nailing a South American woman while in office. Whomever wins tonight they will only be in the office until the next election, where they will lose in a landslide of epic proportions.


You still need a spanking.
 
2013-05-07 10:20:43 AM

ginandbacon: You still need a spanking.


I'm pretty that might get awkward for the other commenters.
 
2013-05-07 10:21:31 AM

firefly212: For what he spent on government funded farking, he could have hired a couple more teachers so kids could have a better education.


Look, everyone makes mistakes.  Let those that haven't made one little ethics violation cast the first stone.  Seriously, this was his line of logic on Morning Joe today.  I can't believe one of the hosts didn't burst out laughing.
 
2013-05-07 10:22:49 AM

Nabb1: dickfreckle: I'm a USC grad (the original acronym, BTW). But I don't feel I can even discuss South Carolina anymore.

It's a beautiful state.  It's just over-populated with nut-jobs in some areas.  There are plenty of nice folks, there, too, but they don't seem to be active in politics.


I know it is, and we've talked about this before. Some parts of SC are heaven on Earth. And then there is the rest of it.

I'm not from there, but my dad was routinely placed at the Sumter AFB. That's how I ended up being a Gamecock. I will never give up my years in Charleston, and even parts of Columbia.

But I will always view the state with suspicion.
 
2013-05-07 10:26:48 AM

Donnchadha: ginandbacon: Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.

Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

Oh yeah? Well, what if I told you she's in league with the lizard people?


I wouldn't say in league. She drops in for tea and crickets occasionally. We chat.
 
2013-05-07 10:26:55 AM

dickfreckle: Nabb1: dickfreckle: I'm a USC grad (the original acronym, BTW). But I don't feel I can even discuss South Carolina anymore.

It's a beautiful state.  It's just over-populated with nut-jobs in some areas.  There are plenty of nice folks, there, too, but they don't seem to be active in politics.

I know it is, and we've talked about this before. Some parts of SC are heaven on Earth. And then there is the rest of it.

I'm not from there, but my dad was routinely placed at the Sumter AFB. That's how I ended up being a Gamecock. I will never give up my years in Charleston, and even parts of Columbia.

But I will always view the state with suspicion.


Without a doubt.  My parents still live in the upstate, and I just could not bring myself to move back there after I finished law school.

I would have gone back to Charleston in a split second, though.  The low country of SC is God's country.  (In the figure of speech sense, not the evangelical, Bible-thumping, narrow-minded fundamentalist Southern Baptist sense.  Those folks are all over the upstate, not so much in and around Charleston.)
 
2013-05-07 10:29:37 AM
I see a Gingrich/Sanford 2016 ticket in the making.  The "Value Voters" ticket.
 
2013-05-07 10:30:24 AM
I'm calling it for Stanford. Mostly because South Carolina is full of water headed fundementalits who have been inbreeding since the "war of northern aggression" and instinctively vote republican because "dem Democrats are a bunch of negra lovers who support al-kayda and make bebe Jebus cry".
 
2013-05-07 10:31:04 AM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: I see a Gingrich/Sanford 2016 ticket in the making.  The "Value Voters" ticket.


"Obviously, I could never publicly endorse Republicans, but their fundraising events are the best I've ever seen!" - Bill Clinton
 
2013-05-07 10:31:14 AM

WTF Indeed: She has a run horrible campaign considering her opponent's main accomplishment is nailing a South American woman while in office. Whomever wins tonight they will only be in the office until the next election, where they will lose in a landslide of epic proportions.


As a resident of the district, I can say that she's been playing it extremely safe because nearly any mention of Sanford's actual failings is construed as classless, opportunistic, negative, unfair, and horrible. In their debate, she burned him with using state funds to pay for his trip to Argentina in the context of fiscal conservatism and yet the next day the news was aflame with "How DARE that (D) biatch mention something Sanford already apologized for!"

He's a Republican, so he's forgiven. End of story. He can do anything, no matter how malicious or stupid, and he gets a free pass.
 
2013-05-07 10:32:08 AM
Otherwise Just Fine:Side note: His campaign signs are poorly spray painted plywood with phrases like "Sanford Saves Tax $." There's one at the intersection where I turn into work that blocks your view of oncoming traffic. I want to firebomb that thing but that seems a little extreme.

Outside of the whole jailtime thing, I'd want to firebomb them.  They're called 'astroturf'.  Amateur-looking spraypaint signs organized by Americans For Prosperity (Kochs), etc.
 
2013-05-07 10:32:29 AM
I don;t Mark Sanford really wants the job, either that or he's got some sort of side bet with someone that he can get elected just because he has an (R) after his name no mattr WHAT comes out of his mouth.

How else to explain the interview he gave the other day talking about his daily meditation practice and how he gotten so into Buddhist phillosophy his friends joke he's become a "Buddhist Christian"

I mean, c'mon, the whole ditch-your-wife-and-kids-for-the-hot-Argentinian-bimbo thing was bad enough,  but if he can pull this off in the beating heart fo the Bible Belt....
 
2013-05-07 10:32:55 AM
Sanford  will win because people in South Carolina are stupid
 
2013-05-07 10:33:10 AM

WTF Indeed: ginandbacon: You still need a spanking.

I'm pretty that might get awkward for the other commenters.


I think they can handle it. It's the Politics tab on Fark.
 
2013-05-07 10:34:56 AM

Nabb1: I would have gone back to Charleston in a split second, though.  The low country of SC is God's country.  (In the figure of speech sense, not the evangelical, Bible-thumping, narrow-minded fundamentalist Southern Baptist sense.  Those folks are all over the upstate, not so much in and around Charleston.)


Charleston fascinates me for reasons you and I live in the same town in 2013. One is cooler than the other, but both are charm central.
 
2013-05-07 10:35:52 AM

Muta: Sanford  will win because people in South Carolina are stupid


I'm stupid. I find this statement insulting.
 
2013-05-07 10:36:16 AM

Epoch_Zero: ginandbacon: Otherwise Just Fine: I'm expecting him to win, but it's my district so I'll do my part and vote against him. I'm not proud to live in redneckistan.

Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


Not even close
 
2013-05-07 10:38:47 AM
If Sanford wins, two things must happen.

1) Republicans are never allowed to make any sort of Bill Clinton sex joke or reference Monica Lewinsky ever again

2) Stem cell research must concentrate on human cloning, so Red Foxx can be cloned and go door to door in South Carolina and say "You big dummy" to each and every republican voter.
 
2013-05-07 10:38:50 AM

LasersHurt: If you want to know how farked our politics are, you only need to look at this.

The disgraced shiathead has a very good chance of winning over a good candidate - because hey, at least he's the right party.


Not sure about the good candidate part, but ...

www.bostonglobe.com
 
2013-05-07 10:42:53 AM
What's the point of having a thread for this race before exit poll numbers come out?
 
2013-05-07 10:44:42 AM

Great_Milenko: If Sanford wins, two things must happen.

1) Republicans are never allowed to make any sort of Bill Clinton sex joke or reference Monica Lewinsky ever again


Sorry, when David Vitter was welcomed back to the Senate to applause, then re-elected, GOP shame ceased to exist.  Sanford, craycray-pants as he is, was more contrite than Vitter.
 
2013-05-07 10:45:04 AM
Charleston is the old south, where expensive clothes and wayfarer sunglasses reign supreme.  I'll actually be there this coming weekend to attend graduation ceremonies at the CoC.  Not sure it's fair to lump in the linen suits with the rednecks despite them sharing a state and tending to vote for Republicans.
 
2013-05-07 10:45:13 AM

dickfreckle: Nabb1: I would have gone back to Charleston in a split second, though.  The low country of SC is God's country.  (In the figure of speech sense, not the evangelical, Bible-thumping, narrow-minded fundamentalist Southern Baptist sense.  Those folks are all over the upstate, not so much in and around Charleston.)

Charleston fascinates me for reasons you and I live in the same town in 2013. One is cooler than the other, but both are charm central.


They are both unique, that's for sure. Both are just brimming with rich history. Charleston is smaller, quieter, cleaner, and far safer.  More genteel, certainly.  New Orleans is, however, more vibrant.  It is also more volatile, but we take the good with the bad, I guess.
 
2013-05-07 10:45:49 AM

Great_Milenko: 2) Stem cell research must concentrate on human cloning, so Red Foxx can be cloned and go door to door in South Carolina and say "You big dummy" to each and every republican voter.


I would love to open my door, see Redd Foxx there, and have him call me a "Big Dummy."  That'd be amazing.  I'd tell that story for the rest of my life.  "It's like that time my doorbell rang.  I opened it and there was Redd Foxx.  I was like 'Can I help you?' And he was like 'You Big Dummy!'"  I don't live in South Carolina, though, so even if Sanford wins and Redd Foxx is cloned according to your plans, I am fresh out of luck.
 
2013-05-07 10:45:50 AM

Great_Milenko: If Sanford wins, two things must happen.

1) Republicans are never allowed to make any sort of Bill Clinton sex joke or reference Monica Lewinsky ever again

2) Stem cell research must concentrate on human cloning, so Red Foxx can be cloned and go door to door in South Carolina and say "You big dummy" to each and every republican voter.


Just the repubs, right? Because life would be rather boring if I had to erase the mental image of Blewinsky under the oval office desk.
 
2013-05-07 10:45:52 AM

Arkanaut: What's the point of having a thread for this race before exit poll numbers come out?


whar-garbl?
 
2013-05-07 10:46:21 AM

Shaggy_C: Charleston is the old south, where expensive clothes and wayfarer sunglasses reign supreme.  I'll actually be there this coming weekend to attend graduation ceremonies at the CoC.  Not sure it's fair to lump in the linen suits with the rednecks despite them sharing a state and tending to vote for Republicans.


Go Cougs!

/Class of '94
//Damn, I'm getting old.
 
2013-05-07 10:56:57 AM

Lawnchair: Outside of the whole jailtime thing, I'd want to firebomb them. They're called 'astroturf'. Amateur-looking spraypaint signs organized by Americans For Prosperity (Kochs), etc.


Hence why they not only look so consistent but are spelled correctly... not even a stray apostrophe!  Tricky devils.
 
2013-05-07 10:59:43 AM
Sanford by a 4% margin.  I'm calling this.  I have no faith in the south.
/I live in the south
//I just had to endure a 20 minutes of someone fumfering about Obamaphones
 
MFK
2013-05-07 11:03:12 AM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: I bet every republican who votes for Sanford was railing about the Lewinsky scandal in the 90s.


came in here for this. Leaving satisfied.
 
2013-05-07 11:07:22 AM

DubyaHater: Sanford by a 4% margin.  I'm calling this.  I have no faith in the south.
/I live in the south
//I just had to endure a 20 minutes of someone fumfering about Obamaphones


Next time, just tell them Reagan started the program.
 
2013-05-07 11:08:09 AM
Just curious but who did the local newspapers endorse?
 
2013-05-07 11:08:17 AM

Almost Everybody Poops: Arkanaut: What's the point of having a thread for this race before exit poll numbers come out?

whar-garbl?


Maybe, but the popcorn is going to get cold before the really good part.
 
2013-05-07 11:10:47 AM

DubyaHater: fumfering


A most intriguing word.  I assume it is cromulent as well?
 
2013-05-07 11:11:41 AM
cdn01.dailycaller.com

I'd hike that trail.
 
2013-05-07 11:12:35 AM
I heard Sanford on Morning Joke this morning, he's the perfect combination of crazy, boring, and stupid.  I'm sure he'll be elected.
 
2013-05-07 11:13:44 AM

GoodyearPimp: firefly212: For what he spent on government funded farking, he could have hired a couple more teachers so kids could have a better education.

Look, everyone makes mistakes.  Let those that haven't made one little ethics violation cast the first stone.  Seriously, this was his line of logic on Morning Joe today.  I can't believe one of the hosts didn't burst out laughing.


I don't think Joe "Honest Officer I have No Idea How that Murdered Woman got in my Locked Office" Scarborough is in any position to cast aspersions about ethics.
 
2013-05-07 11:14:36 AM

Great_Milenko: If Sanford wins, two things must happen.

1) Republicans are never allowed to make any sort of Bill Clinton sex joke or reference Monica Lewinsky ever again

2) Stem cell research must concentrate on human cloning, so Red Foxx can be cloned and go door to door in South Carolina and say "You big dummy" to each and every republican voter.


They've got you covered.  If you say, "Sanford and Clinton both had affairs," they'll say, "But Clinton did it in the Oval Office!" and if you say, "They both lied about it," they'll say, "Clinton did it under oath!"

I.e., they'll retreat into things that are technically true but do nothing to exonerate Sanford.  It's not tu-quoque, but tu-quoque-sed-magis.  If that's valid Latin.  Which I doubt.
 
2013-05-07 11:16:13 AM

steverockson: I heard Sanford on Morning Joke this morning, he's the perfect combination of crazy, boring, and stupid.


Those are three great tastes that taste great together! Tastes like government, American-style!
 
2013-05-07 11:17:55 AM

Paul Baumer: Oh, and it turns out the former Mrs. Sanford has some really great stories about how he's an even bigger twatwaffle than previously thought -

http://wonkette.com/515382/jenny-sanfords-2010-book-suggests-mark-sa nf ord-maybe-a-bit-of-a-dick

"Another woman, it seemed, had come forward and suggested to a member of the press that she had also had relations with Mark, which meant he would likely have to address the accusation with an AP reporter who would be interviewing him later in the day. I was gut-punched all over again. Mark had sworn to me when I'd discovered his secret back in January that Belen was the only "other" woman. Now he explained that there had been nothing much at all with this new woman, nothing he had felt I needed to know about before. Ever businesslike, he wanted to know what I thought he should reveal in the interview. Here again he was asking for my advice instead of first considering how the news might make me feel. Here again he was only really admitting his indiscretions because the woman had come forward, forcing him to come clean."

What a tool.


Ewwww. I guess I'm glad my ex isn't a politician. It was bad enough to get all the revelations one at a time like that.  If he had been a politician though, I am sure he would have asked my advice for the same reason.

Ewwwwwwwww.
 
2013-05-07 11:18:38 AM

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: steverockson: I heard Sanford on Morning Joke this morning, he's the perfect combination of crazy, boring, and stupid.

Those are three great tastes that taste great together! Tastes like government, American-style!


Yes, it's the Teabagger trifecta!
 
2013-05-07 11:19:58 AM

Uranus Is Huge!: [cdn01.dailycaller.com image 300x177]

I'd hike that trail.


at first glance is looks like she's not wearing anything.  I approve.
 
2013-05-07 11:20:04 AM

WTF Indeed: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh wait, you're serious...


Republican voters are big on family values. She should win easily - unless, of course, Republicans are massive farking hypocrites.
 
2013-05-07 11:22:39 AM

Arkanaut: What's the point of having a thread for this race before exit poll numbers come out?


It gives us more time to make fun of Sanford.

Whichever way the vote turns out, I'm OK with that.
 
2013-05-07 11:25:45 AM
Low voter turnout predicted, and that District has a strong GOP voter base.

/Clutches pearls and gasps, thinking about that colored boy in the White House

//Checks pantry for popcorn
 
2013-05-07 11:25:50 AM

rufus-t-firefly: unless, of course, Republicans are massive farking hypocrites.


rufus-t-firefly, you may wanna sit down for what I have to tell you....
 
2013-05-07 11:27:34 AM

SoupJohnB: /Clutches pearls and gasps, thinking about that colored boy socialist in the White House


ftfy

C'mon, get with the program!!! You can't come right out and say it! Well, in South Carolina, you probably can, but in the civilized world you can't!
 
2013-05-07 11:28:12 AM
I live in SC but not in that district so I can't vote.

Good thing too, I swore off voting for Busch sometime around 2004.
 
2013-05-07 11:30:03 AM
I'm not really a politics guy.  So nailing a hot, Argentine bimbo scores pretty high with me.
 
2013-05-07 11:30:06 AM

rufus-t-firefly: WTF Indeed: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh wait, you're serious...

Republican voters are big on family values. She should win easily - unless, of course, Republicans are massive farking hypocrites.


As someone who has spent the past year living in this district, I will be surprised if Sanford doesn't still win. There is way too much derp in that area.

My step-father, who is voting in this district, recently told me how Nixon is one of the greatest presidents ever. Watergate isn't really a big deal. The 'surreptitiously prolonging the Vietnam War to get elected' was the kind of thing they all do. He then proceeded to go on about how Clinton did even worse things by getting a bj in the Oval Office and lying about it under oath.

He's voting for Sanford.

From the people I've met in this district, there's a lot of like minded people.
 
2013-05-07 11:31:20 AM

Pants full of macaroni!!: DubyaHater: fumfering

A most intriguing word.  I assume it is cromulent as well?


You need more Jewish friends.
 
2013-05-07 11:42:37 AM
So what would be a horrible enough offense for Republicans not to nominate someone like this?  Murder?  Genocide? Then again, as long as he said 3 Hail Marys, he's A-OK again.
 
2013-05-07 11:46:03 AM

vaakenjab: So what would be a horrible enough offense for Republicans not to nominate someone like this?  Murder?  Genocide? Then again, as long as he said 3 Hail Marys, he's A-OK again.


Being "near."
 
2013-05-07 11:47:41 AM

vaakenjab: So what would be a horrible enough offense for Republicans not to nominate someone like this?  Murder?  Genocide? Then again, as long as he said 3 Hail Marys, he's A-OK again.


Anything to help anyone who isn't a rich white man.
 
2013-05-07 11:52:43 AM

NeoCortex42: rufus-t-firefly: WTF Indeed: ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh wait, you're serious...

Republican voters are big on family values. She should win easily - unless, of course, Republicans are massive farking hypocrites.

As someone who has spent the past year living in this district, I will be surprised if Sanford doesn't still win. There is way too much derp in that area.

My step-father, who is voting in this district, recently told me how Nixon is one of the greatest presidents ever. Watergate isn't really a big deal. The 'surreptitiously prolonging the Vietnam War to get elected' was the kind of thing they all do. He then proceeded to go on about how Clinton did even worse things by getting a bj in the Oval Office and lying about it under oath.

He's voting for Sanford.

From the people I've met in this district, there's a lot of like minded people.


Well, to be fair to Tricky Dick, he did sign into law the EPA and helped open diplomatic relations with China. Still dosn't excuse him from being a racist, lying son of a biatch though.
 
2013-05-07 11:53:25 AM
I am amazed that Sanford had any chance at all to begin with
 
2013-05-07 11:54:09 AM
So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?
 
2013-05-07 11:57:33 AM

CujoQuarrel: I am amazed that Sanford had any chance at all to begin with


That's what I'd think. It's one thing to use state funds to take a vacation. That's all too common to worry about. Getting caught having an affair while in office should be enough to curtail your political career, but not always. The worst part of what Sanford did was to be completely MIA while in office. If there was a state emergency, he had no way to be contacted, but was still in command since he didn't notify his subordinates.
 
2013-05-07 11:58:26 AM

Kibbler: They've got you covered. If you say, "Sanford and Clinton both had affairs," they'll say, "But Clinton did it in the Oval Office!" and if you say, "They both lied about it," they'll say, "Clinton did it under oath!"


That's just it: Clinton stayed at work, on the job.  Sanford ditched the country for some strange, on the taxpayers dime, and left the other idiots in Columbia in a lurch.

CujoQuarrel: I am amazed that Sanford had any chance at all to begin with


Think of what that says about the 15 other Republican schmucks that he crushed in the primary!
 
2013-05-07 11:58:51 AM
t's your official South Carolina 1st District Congressional Seat Election Thread

*crickets*

Seriously, fark the Carolinas.
 
2013-05-07 11:59:43 AM
This election will show to the world the commitment to the family and sanctity of marriage held so dear by Republicans.
 
2013-05-07 12:01:06 PM

EyeballKid: SoupJohnB: /Clutches pearls and gasps, thinking about that colored boy socialist in the White House

ftfy

C'mon, get with the program!!! You can't come right out and say it! Well, in South Carolina, you probably can, but in the civilized world you can't!


Actually, I think they still call them "darkies" in that part of South Carolina.  Just watched Colbert interview the LBG biographer re: Vol IV.  Johnson escalated funding for Vietnam at the expense of proposed domestic social programs.

/and nicknamed his "Johnson" as "Jumbo"

/Doo-dah; doo-dah
 
2013-05-07 12:04:36 PM
I'm not in that district or I'd vote against his ass.  He should have been arrested for misusing state funds.
 
2013-05-07 12:04:36 PM

Nabb1: Sanford may lose to Colbert-Bush, but she'll be keeping the seat warm for whatever Republican topples her on the next go around.


Maybe so, but the DNC would happily take her victory today and try to defend it next year. Just sayin'...

/hopes she wins and not counting her out
 
2013-05-07 12:04:51 PM

Your_Midnight_Man: So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?


-R
 
2013-05-07 12:05:31 PM
If you can use the word "strange" as a noun when talking about your congressional candidate....He might have a problem.
 
2013-05-07 12:06:32 PM
Because the armchair political analysts need something to discuss.
 
2013-05-07 12:07:33 PM

Your_Midnight_Man: So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?


I'd be willing to bet the DA for that part of the world is a company man.  Prosecutorial discretion.
 
2013-05-07 12:52:16 PM

BlastYoBoots: SC Farkers, please, PLEASE don't let Mark unannounced-taxpayer-adultery-international-vacation Sanford get elected. I don't want to live in a country that'd reelect him.


He'd actually be more of an asset to the Democrats if he gets elected. Yet another example of conservative insincerity in their much vaunted "moral values."

Anthony Weiner flirts with a girl by showing a picture of his clothed weiner on the internets--he gets pressured to leave his seat and the Democratic Party.

Mark Sanford finances his extramarital, extraterritorial affair from taxpayer funds--conservatives celebrate him and elect him to Congress as the candidate of moral values and fiscal responsibility.

Hell, whether or not he wins, the fact that the race is even close gives weight the case that the large majority of conservatives lack any real core values.
 
2013-05-07 12:54:54 PM

Stone Meadow: Maybe so, but the DNC would happily take her victory today and try to defend it next year.


Has the DNC invested a lot in her victory? I'd be surprised. Even if she wins, to retain her seat she'll have to vote R most of the time. Sanford is more valuable to Democrats to hold out as proof of conservative hypocrisy on--well, basically everything.
 
2013-05-07 12:59:19 PM
He's probably going to farking win because SC has a lot of stupid farking mouthbreathers.
 
2013-05-07 01:29:42 PM

bugontherug: Stone Meadow: Maybe so, but the DNC would happily take her victory today and try to defend it next year.

Has the DNC invested a lot in her victory? I'd be surprised. Even if she wins, to retain her seat she'll have to vote R most of the time. Sanford is more valuable to Democrats to hold out as proof of conservative hypocrisy on--well, basically everything.


Points granted, but neither party EVAR regrets not taking a seat from the other...no matter how temporarily.
 
2013-05-07 01:31:49 PM

Your_Midnight_Man: So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?


Because South Carolina political ethics laws are a motherfarking joke.
If you pinky-swear that you're sorry and promise to pay it back, you're in the clear.

The state legislature is currently trying to pass a reform of the ethics laws.  Their new plan actually decriminalizes EVERYTHING with 2 exceptions: taking an outright bribe, or releasing information about an investigation into an ethics violation.
 
2013-05-07 01:35:57 PM

dickfreckle: I'm a USC grad (the original acronym, BTW). But I don't feel I can even discuss South Carolina anymore.


My GF is a Gamecock (and her Dad taught economics there), her family is simultaneously proud and disgusted with SC on a regular basis.
 
2013-05-07 01:49:35 PM

bugontherug: BlastYoBoots: SC Farkers, please, PLEASE don't let Mark unannounced-taxpayer-adultery-international-vacation Sanford get elected. I don't want to live in a country that'd reelect him.

He'd actually be more of an asset to the Democrats if he gets elected. Yet another example of conservative insincerity in their much vaunted "moral values."

Anthony Weiner flirts with a girl by showing a picture of his clothed weiner on the internets--he gets pressured to leave his seat and the Democratic Party.

Mark Sanford finances his extramarital, extraterritorial affair from taxpayer funds--conservatives celebrate him and elect him to Congress as the candidate of moral values and fiscal responsibility.

Hell, whether or not he wins, the fact that the race is even close gives weight the case that the large majority of conservatives lack any real core values.


Well.  As I've said before, they do have core values, but they've warped a bit from the original:

1. No brown people outside of the fields
2. No broads outside of the kitchen
3. No teh ghey
4. Science is religion and religion is science

Sanford is neither brown nor broad nor teh ghey, I haven't seen him wearing any white lab coats, and he doesn't support any policies that would violate the core values, so he is the Family Values candidate.
 
2013-05-07 01:50:23 PM

factoryconnection: My district, and I'm betting that Sanford will win, if only to prove that you need to do nothing good and can be a proven-unethical waster of taxpayer dollars and still be considered a "values" candidate that will "look out for the taxypayer."

He is hated and shunned by every SC pol that knows him.  Every veto he ever dropped as governor was quickly overturned... by his own party.  The GOP will have nothing to do with him.

Would it be unreasonable for us to "suffer" through a moderate Democrat for 19 months over this has-been?  No, because the people in this state legitimately believe that (R) is infallible and (D) means Siberian labor camps.


C'mon, the (D) is clearly for death camps. Seriously, I wish I could vote on this, but alas, I'm in district 6 though my normal polling place is open. Wonder what would happen if I tried to go vote.
 
2013-05-07 02:06:05 PM
God damn Republican voters sure are stupid. Is that a Southern inbreeding thing or just a conservatives-tend-to-be-dumb thing?
 
2013-05-07 02:13:08 PM

Primum: God damn Republican voters sure are stupid. Is that a Southern inbreeding thing or just a conservatives-tend-to-be-dumb thing?


[whynotbothkid.jpg]
 
2013-05-07 02:23:12 PM

Kibbler: Sanford is neither brown nor broad nor teh ghey, I haven't seen him wearing any white lab coats, and he doesn't support any policies that would violate the core values, so he is the Family Values candidate.


Consider this: both of our state's Senators are thought to be DL homosexuals.  Senator Scott, former holder of this SC-1 seat, is black and almost assuredly gay, just on the DL.  Our state can tolerate gayness, just not outness, evidently.

bugontherug: Has the DNC invested a lot in her victory? I'd be surprised. Even if she wins, to retain her seat she'll have to vote R most of the time. Sanford is more valuable to Democrats to hold out as proof of conservative hypocrisy on--well, basically everything.


Pelosi PAC and the DCC put $800,000 into her campaign.  That's pretty significant and probably dwarfs the budgets of every democratic candidate for any office in the entire state in 2012.
 
2013-05-07 02:34:11 PM

vaakenjab: So what would be a horrible enough offense for Republicans not to nominate someone like this?  Murder?  Genocide? Then again, as long as he said 3 Hail Marys, he's A-OK again.


Having ever agreed with Obama about anything whatsoever. Even a "Yes Mr. President, that is good coffee" would be grounds for exile from the party.
 
2013-05-07 02:51:36 PM

BlastYoBoots: SC Farkers, please, PLEASE don't let Mark unannounced-taxpayer-adultery-international-vacation Sanford get elected. I don't want to live in a country that'd reelect him.


There must be balance in the Force.

Mark Sanford must be the GOP counterpart of Marion Barry.
 
2013-05-07 03:14:35 PM

Your_Midnight_Man: So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?


It was, and he was fined a load of cash for doing it.
 
2013-05-07 03:33:59 PM

bugontherug: Anthony Weiner flirts with a girl by showing a picture of his clothed weiner on the internets--he gets pressured to leave his seat and the Democratic Party.

Mark Sanford finances his extramarital, extraterritorial affair from taxpayer funds--conservatives celebrate him and elect him to Congress as the candidate of moral values and fiscal responsibility.

Hell, whether or not he wins, the fact that the race is even close gives weight the case that the large majority of conservatives lack any real core values.


Well, either that, or it shows that Democrats are easily pressured into abandoning their own people.
 
2013-05-07 03:50:11 PM
I'm going to post with glee after Sanford:
a) gets elected
b) gets put in jail for contempt of court
c) special elections costing a fiscally-conservative state more money
 
2013-05-07 04:36:49 PM

ginandbacon: Why? She's ahead in the polls and has been running a great campaign so far.


Becasue women and minorities should be in politics.

This is South Carolina remember. People actually believe that.
Of coursed to be fair that view isn't isolated to South Carolina.

//this is my bookmark
 
2013-05-07 04:44:19 PM

xria: Your_Midnight_Man: So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?

It was, and he was fined a load of cash for doing it.


When an elected official steals from the taxpayers, there should be jail time involved.
 
2013-05-07 05:03:57 PM
If Colbert-Busch wins, Stephen Colbert becomes "connected with the establishment"

Consider this.

Also consider the massive funding blitz Karl Rove used to buy influence with voters. It didn't work in 2012.

If this thread mentions Sanford, even negatively, it's an example of what the election is about: a vote for or against Sanford.

That's not a winning state of affairs for Colbert-Busch.
 
2013-05-07 05:05:12 PM

lilbjorn: xria: Your_Midnight_Man: So if Sandford DID use taxpayer money to go see his mistress, how is that not a legal issue?

It was, and he was fined a load of cash for doing it.

When an elected official steals from the taxpayers, there should be jail time involved.


You peasants, thinking laws that apply to you apply to Rulers. No wonder you're a peasant.
 
2013-05-07 06:18:11 PM

Unhip1: That's not a winning state of affairs for Colbert-Busch.


Nobody thinks she'll keep her seat past one term.
We're all just kind of stunned Sanford got enough support to get past telling other people he was thinking of running for Congress. In a sane world, he would eventually figure out they were laughing at him, not with him, and slink back into the shadows, far from politics.
Instead, he has a very real shot at a seat despite using state money to boink an Argentinian prostitute while AWOL from his job as governor a few years ago and repeatedly violating his divorce settlement very recently.
Somehow Colbert-Busch is villified for bringing up the former and his wife was villified for bringing up the latter. There is serious talk that a contempt of court charge from divorce proceedings 25 years ago could cost Colbert-Busch the election.
How.... HOW? The double standard is amazing to behold all by itself, but people are ignoring he stole state funds to have an affair. Yet he's the fiscal conservative, family values candidate...

imageshack.us
 
2013-05-07 07:41:57 PM
With 3/317 precincts reporting, Sanford is up 52% to 48%.

You can watch the results come in here.
 
2013-05-07 07:45:27 PM

Sergeant Grumbles: Unhip1: That's not a winning state of affairs for Colbert-Busch.

Nobody thinks she'll keep her seat past one term.


On the flip of that, though, if Sanford wins he could well keep the seat for 20+ years and at least two more mistresses.  There may not be a Senate seat open for him for the rest of his days, but winning tonight means he could settle in for a very long time.
 
2013-05-07 07:48:12 PM
If Sanford wins, its proof that Republicans have really become THAT STUPID to vote in a man who did a far worse transgression than Bill Clinton getting blown in the Oval Office:  he spent wastefully.
 
2013-05-07 07:48:36 PM

Stone Meadow: With 3/317 precincts reporting, Sanford is up 52% to 48%.

You can watch the results come in here.


I think she is doing pretty good considering Charleston hasn't even begun to report
 
2013-05-07 07:50:38 PM
Colbert is up 54 to 45 now
 
2013-05-07 07:52:46 PM

Hobodeluxe: Stone Meadow: With 3/317 precincts reporting, Sanford is up 52% to 48%.

You can watch the results come in here.

I think she is doing pretty good considering Charleston hasn't even begun to report


Charleston beginning to report...Colbert up 53 to 46.
 
2013-05-07 08:39:05 PM
Well, that's that.
Good news for gay marriage proponents.
 
2013-05-07 08:45:03 PM
Way to go South Carolina. That's showing the family values spirit.

Can't say I'm surprised in the slightest.
 
2013-05-07 08:56:19 PM

Primum: God damn Republican voters sure are stupid. Is that a Southern inbreeding thing or just a conservatives-tend-to-be-dumb thing?


Yes.

Well, SC Republicans...you can now STFU forever about Bill and Monica. I think we know what your fake party of Jesus and "family values" is really about.

Farking hypocrites.
 
2013-05-07 09:05:27 PM

Stone Meadow: Charleston beginning to report...Colbert up 53 to 46.


Ah, shiat! I just got home and learned it's all over but the weeping. Crap.
 
2013-05-07 09:09:54 PM
Well, not that I expected any better from the people of the Lowcountry, but damn if it isn't sad to see.
An embezzling adulterer won on a platform of fiscal conservatism and family values, and all because of an (R).

We are a wretched and pathetic lot.
 
2013-05-07 09:20:29 PM

Sergeant Grumbles: Well, not that I expected any better from the people of the Lowcountry, but damn if it isn't sad to see.
An embezzling adulterer won on a platform of fiscal conservatism and family values, and all because of an (R).

We are a wretched and pathetic lot.


Yea, well the Democratic candidate must have been really really bad.

/recycling what gets said to justify voting in crooked Dems
 
2013-05-07 09:21:24 PM
Well, I guess this means there's hope for Anthony Weiner.
 
2013-05-07 09:21:42 PM

Sergeant Grumbles: Well, not that I expected any better from the people of the Lowcountry, but damn if it isn't sad to see.
An embezzling adulterer won on a platform of fiscal conservatism and family values, and all because of an (R).

We are a wretched and pathetic lot.


Yeah, I'm going to go spend some summers and winters in Vancouver and see how immigrant friendly Canada is. I'm actually not joking. This country is farked.
 
2013-05-07 09:22:06 PM
 
2013-05-07 09:23:03 PM

Mrbogey: Yea, well the Democratic candidate must have been really really bad.

/recycling what gets said to justify voting in crooked Dems


You and your imaginary liberals are boring.

This was a loss for everyone.
 
2013-05-07 09:27:55 PM

Yaxe: Yeah, I'm going to go spend some summers and winters in Vancouver and see how immigrant friendly Canada is. I'm actually not joking. This country is farked.


I too would like to emigrate. It won't get better until the boomers are dead, and they'll have stripped everything of value before they go.
 
2013-05-07 09:30:59 PM
It shouldn't, but it still amazes me when Republicans will vote like sheep for anyone or anything that is declared "conservative".

The issue of using state funds, honor, integrity, family... none of it matters as long as you are a "conservative".
 
2013-05-07 09:37:18 PM

Sergeant Grumbles: Mrbogey: Yea, well the Democratic candidate must have been really really bad.

/recycling what gets said to justify voting in crooked Dems

You and your imaginary liberals are boring.

This was a loss for everyone.


Imaginary? Pfff... I wish. It's okay to cop to what your brethren argue.
 
2013-05-07 10:00:12 PM

Mrbogey: Imaginary? Pfff... I wish. It's okay to cop to what your brethren argue.


And here is how Sanford won.
A painful ignorance that invents and outright projects its own failing on the opposition. A lackluster but determined crop of charlatans who hoot and holler, rant and rail against some imaginary collective "libs" that exist nowhere in reality.

They've elected an embezzling adulterer, a man who was too busy using state funds to chase Argentinian prostitutes to do his job as governor, and as recently as a few months ago was violating the terms of his divorce agreement, on a platform of fiscal conservatism and family values purely due to the (R) next to his name.

You can't foist that kind of hypocrisy, that kind of cognitive dissonance, onto the fantasy of liberals you keep in your head.
I'd be hard pressed to find a liberal politician who isn't crooked, but this is something else. This is damaging to everyone. This is damaging to everything. It's one thing to break a campaign promise and another to base your entire campaign on a lie.

I expected this, but it's still damn sad to see, and even sadder for the implications.
Colbert-Busch took more flak for divorce proceedings 25 years ago than Sanford took for violating his divorce agreement this farking year. The people around here blamed his ex-wife for being a biatch. They blamed his ex-wife, whom, as a matter of public record, he left the country to cheat on. The level of misogyny is staggering.

fark, why am I even bothering with you. You're either a troll or too stupid to bother with, and neither of them entertaining enough to keep around.
 
2013-05-07 11:26:31 PM

Sergeant Grumbles: A painful ignorance that invents and outright projects its own failing on the opposition. A lackluster but determined crop of charlatans who hoot and holler, rant and rail against some imaginary collective "libs" that exist nowhere in reality.


Oh come off of it. You're not even being a good partisan hack when you go so ridiculously over the top with the butthurt. I stated exactly what has been stated by other Farkers who identify as liberal. It's not delusional when it's what your ilk proudly proclaim.

Sergeant Grumbles: They've elected an embezzling adulterer, a man who was too busy using state funds to chase Argentinian prostitutes to do his job as governor, and as recently as a few months ago was violating the terms of his divorce agreement, on a platform of fiscal conservatism and family values purely due to the (R) next to his name.


He was having an affair with an Argentinian reporter who IIRC he is still dating. He's not a great guy. I'm not saying otherwise but you've shown you're incapable of dealing with what happened by overdramatizing and "enhancing" the situation.

Sergeant Grumbles: I'd be hard pressed to find a liberal politician who isn't crooked, but this is something else. This is damaging to everyone. This is damaging to everything. It's one thing to break a campaign promise and another to base your entire campaign on a lie.


Dude, get some stitches in your butthole because this is beyond butthurt. You may be prolapsing.

Sergeant Grumbles: The level of misogyny is staggering.


You use that line to pick up dates?

Let's rewind. You called his mistress a "prostitute". His mistress is a divorced mother of two who holds a college degree in Poli Sci and speaks four languages. She works professionally as a translator and reporter. And this is who you brand a "prostitute"? Dude, you're the one calling women names trying to slut shame them. You can't pull the misogyny card when you're the one calling women names.

Sergeant Grumbles: fark, why am I even bothering with you. You're either a troll or too stupid to bother with, and neither of them entertaining enough to keep around.


Because your rectal prolapse demands you return.
 
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