Congressman and Solicitor Addressed GOP Women’s Club

SarahGanzFourth District Congressman Bob Inglis drew the first “blood” when he opined that Seventh District Solicitor Trey Gowdy is the “most curious” of his challengers before a packed house of more than two hundred members and guests of the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club at the Poinsett Club last Thursday.

Inglis informed the audience that Gowdy told him in February that he was considering a run for Attorney General in South Carolina and implied his support of Inglis for another term in Congress. Inglis said he was “shocked” to face Gowdy as one of his four opponents a few months later. Inglis concluded with a dig at his formidable opponent’s reliability saying: “Voters need a candidate with credibility.”

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Rev. Stan Craig conducts prayer service at Springwood Cemetery with H.K. Edgerton assisting.
Almost two hundred men,   women and children braved the scorching heat and high humidity Saturday afternoon to make a statement in support of Southern Heritage and in opposition to the outrageous alleged NAACP and ACC baseball boycotts of South Carolina.

Leaders of the rally encouraged everyone to join the effort to protest the ACC’s intolerance, anti-Southern regional prejudice, and lack of respect for our history and heritage.

A single NAACP demonstrator showed up to ensure equal time in front of the television cameras. A second individual joined him later.

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Obama Forces Plan Counterattack for 9-13

Thousands of patriotic Americans from across the country who are fed-up with the antics of the Obama administration, especially the overspending and health care plan, are heading for Washington, D. C., Saturday, September 12 for a National Taxpayers Protest and march on the U. S. Capitol.

Several hundred individuals will travel to the nation’s capitol from Greenville and Spartanburg, South Carolina.

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Ken Ard, above, made a courtesy call on Greenville County Republican Women’s Club President Geri Warren and Past President Betty Poe. A small business owner and current member of county council in Florence, South Carolina, Ard was in Greenville recently seeking support as he pursues the Republican nomination for Lt. Governor of South Carolina. During his first Greenville visit as a potential statewide candidate, Ard met briefly with several local Republican Party leaders and elected officials.

 

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Sen. Jim DeMint told a packed crowd at Tommy’s Ham House, Aug. 20, that a lot of Congressmen and Senators are going to return to Washington after the August break with a new frame of mind because they are hearing from the American people.

Sen. DeMint, who opposes the president’s health care plan, said he knows the president’s motive is not to get the uninsured insured and that his motive is not to lower the cost of private health insurance because he has introduced bills that would have moved the country in that direction, and they were voted down by the Democrats.

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Mrs. Cynthia ZergaThe following letter to the Editor was received from Mrs. Cynthia Zerga on or about July 30, 2009. Mrs. Zerga delivered essentially  the same message to Greenville County Council in person during the August 4 meeting. Words and phrases unacceptable for a family newspaper have been omitted from the original letter.

My name is Cindy, and I am a resident of Greenville, South Carolina. I want to tell you about an incident that occurred in my neighborhood on July 17 , and also to share my feelings about why it may have happened and what can be done about it.

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State Lawmakers Look into Future

Sen. Phil Shoopman and Rep. Tommy Stringer addressed a group of northern Greenville County precinct leaders Saturday, August 15 at Rock’s Country Store Restaurant. Following brief presentations on the past legislative session in Columbia and a look to the future, they answered questions posed by members of their audience.

Sen. Shoopman represents Senate District 5 in northern Greenville County. The district reaches from Gowansville in the east beyond Travelers Rest and Marietta in the west.

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