What REALLY Happened with Dem Candidate Green

June 14, 2010 at 09:47 (News, Politics)

From perusing local talk shows, it appears this was a democrat plan that backfired. Bear in mind, this was all info from callers on the show and is not necessarily the whole truth, but I think it makes sense, and says a lot about the state of the electorate and the left’s opinion of the black community in general.

As we all know, the left stays in power by the sheer ignorance of the masses. A black preacher called in to one of the talk shows and says that two democrat candidates in the state, whose last names begin with A (Allen, and I forget the other one), were circulating flyers at local black churches and telling them to vote for ‘the first name on the ballot’ (hey, where’s the separation of church and state, dems??). This preacher says that his congregation just doesn’t know how to vote and tends to just take what people tell them at church as the gospel truth – literally! Apparently these people did just what they were told to (and this is a side story that tells volumes about not only how the country got where it is, but why the left tries so hard to keep the status quo in the black community).

So anyway, they do what they are told, but there was another plan by another guy named Ford. Apparently Ford wanted to get out the black vote to help his gubernatorial bid, right, so he arranges to have Mr. Greene on the ballot as a sort of incentive. Apparently since he saw the success Obama had in getting the black community to vote for him (I guess for no other reason than he is black and said he would give them stuff) he figured a black candidate on the ballot would get out the vote. Maybe it worked and maybe it didn’t, but everyone that went to church knows to vote for the first guy on the list, and Mr. Greene was first on the list. So… there you go.

A South Carolina lawmaker on Sunday suggested that new Democratic Senate nominee Alvin Greene may be intellectually incapable of participating in the general election race.

State Rep. Todd Rutherford told Fox News that he went to Greene’s house to discuss with him how Greene succeeded last week in becoming the candidate to challenge Republican Sen. Jim DeMint in the November election, but he found it difficult to decipher an answer.

“About two questions into a conversation with him, it would become apparent that he is not probably fit to answer the questions befitting a Senate candidate,” said Rutherford, a Democrat. “If he was put into this, then it is a joke that is funny to all the rest of us, but he doesn’t get it — because I don’t know that his mental status is such that he can get it.”

On Friday South Carolina authorities launched a formal investigation into Greene’s unlikely win. The campaign of his vanquished opponent, Vic Rawl, said it too is looking into reports across the state from voters and poll workers who “experienced problems with voting for whom they intended.”

A Rawl campaign spokesman said he believes that the outcome of Tuesday’s election is “statistically impossible” and “South Carolinians would rather be 100 percent right than 90 percent uncertain.” Greene won with about 60 percent of the vote.


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