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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

SC Democratic Chairman Calls Sic Willie a "Thug"

South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Joe Erwin refers to our favorite bad boy as a "thug" in this press release from the State Party.

Geez. And Joe Erwin looks so nice, doesn't he?

Seriously, this is like Mr. Rogers going all gangsta' and s--- on us.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rod must really be putting Sic Willie to work. Blog posts have sucked lately!

10:36 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Erwin person is really "out there".

Even if you agree with essence of what he has to say, the manner in which he says it would be off putting to any thnking or reasonable person.

What is it about the democrats that causes them to hate so much...and to be so damn mean?

5:31 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the shoe fits, Sic Willie.

9:33 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So this is the best that the SCDP has to offer?

Someone should tell Mr. Erwin that the election is barely four weeks out, and no one beyond the state house and Aiken County knows who's running as the democratic gubernatorial candidate.

"He that is without sin among you..."

10:10 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is it that Erwin reminds me of Gerry Studds, though with a Paul Adams "loose cannon" youthful spark?

11:12 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Joe, where was the outrage this summer...when you and your party were cheerleading Rod Shealy when he was running Oscar Lovelace's primary campaign.

1:05 PM

 
Blogger Earl Capps said...

i'm sccccarrrreddddd ... someone please protect me.

if promise not to ride through your neighborhood, or dis your homies, will you promise not to pop a cap in my ass?

1:29 PM

 
Blogger Palmetto Republican said...

If He wants to see a thug look at tell him to look at Ray Nagin and Howard Dean.

3:43 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So what's the big deal? Ypur main man and employee T-Rav referred to you as an "unsavory character."

5:39 PM

 

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