I recently assessed the governor's race and the statewide races, all squarely in the Republican column unless all that voter fraud we've heard so much about comes rising to the fore. I'd like to limit my next observations to the seven races for the Congressional House Seats.
The people who elected Sanford typify the segment of America that prevents the nation from ever moving out of the 19th century, and they are not confined to South Carolina.
One last dirty trick? Voters in South Carolina's District 1 are expressing confusion because they are only allowed to vote for Elizabeth Colbert Busch once, but her name is on the ballot twice.
Republican trespasser, court order violator, Appalachian Trail hiker, ethics violator, and post-abandoner Mark Sanford is proving that Republicans are bereft of any values at all.
A strong Elizabeth Colbert-Busch blew out Mark Sanford's old tired Republican talking points, and also hit the former governor for his lies and scandals during their debate.
Mark Sanford's reeling attempt at a political comeback didn't need this, but it has come to the attention many that his campaign signs bear a striking resemblance to the Argentine flag.
The Republican Party's worst nightmares are coming true. According to the latest PPP poll, Republican support for Mark Sanford has completely collapsed and Elizabeth Colbert Busch has leads, 50%-41%.
National and South Carolina Republicans are publicly worrying that Mark Sanford to could lose a solidly Republican House seat to Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch.