A get why Sanford beat that bag of nothing running against him, but couldn't the folks of SC find another Republican to run?
Can't stand the Sanfords of the world.
2016: NONE OF THE ABOVE
The republicans are now trying to distance themselves from the Family Values bull**** line. They have embarrassed themselves enough apparently.
In other words, we are scumbags. We just can't go around telling others to behave when we are banging everything that squats to pee and even many of those who do not.WASHINGTON, DC — The Republican National Committee announced today it will be removing the much-hyped “Family Values” agenda from its platform.
Since the early 1980s, when President Reagan and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich gave birth to the so-called “Republican Revolution,” conservatives have campaigned on the vague term as a way to lure religious extremists to their cause.
But that “term” has weighed heavily on Republican politicians, who have found it burdensome to conduct their own lives in accordance with the lofty values it espouses.
“It’s just too difficult,” said Gingrich, who is currently married to his third wife, whom he met while he was married to his second wife. “Trying to push an idea that is contrary to our nature is not good for the party.”
"Those who know what's best for us, must rise and save us from ourselves" - Witch Hunt- Rush
2016: NONE OF THE ABOVE
As for Busch:
After graduating, she completed a South Carolina State Ports Authority business development internship, and worked for Associated Maritime Industries Inc, as a liaison between the AMI and the U.S. Federal and State Governments. She then worked as the Regional Director for Sales and Marketing and the Director of Business Development at Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), where she was responsible for international maritime relations and South Atlantic and North American sales. She left OOCL in 2008, when she was hired to be the Director of Business Development at Clemson University’s Restoration Institute, described by the Charleston Post and Courier as “the school’s corporate matchmaker” for the University’s development projects for wind turbine testing, water studies, and renewable energy. Colbert Busch also works as the Director of Sales and Marketing Clemson’s Wind Turbine Drivetrain Testing Facility.
Colbert Busch is a founder and former member of the Executive Board of Directors of Charleston Women in International Trade, and former member of the College of Charleston’s Business College Alumni Advisory Board. She’s also served as chairwoman of the 2006 S.C. International Trade Conference, the chairwoman of the Maritime Association Port of Charleston and is board member of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce."
Elizabeth Colbert Busch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)