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Palmetto Scoop Gets Called Out

July 9, 2007

To: The Palmetto Scoop

cc: SC Hotline,Wesley Donehue (TTS),Rod (RJ) Shealy Jr. (Shealy Political Relations),Terry Sullivan (TTS),Rod Shealy Sr. (SCPR)

Palmetto Scoop,

Thanks, but no thanks. While your emails are mildly entertaining, the attacks on other Republicans (any Republican who does not support John McCain) have grown tiresome.

Please take me off your list.

If you’re going to operate a pro-McCain site, why not just write positive stuff about McCain and skip the illogical, irrational rants against Rudy, Romney, Thompson… and especially DeMint! (Damn, we actually have ONE conservative Senator and Richard Quinn and Associates wants to tear him down because he supports one of of McCain’s opponents???)

Come on, guys!

Again, please take me off your list until you decide you can offer a more construtive style of discourse.

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 11:36 am

Subject: Rudy picks another winner

The trail left by Rudy Giuliani’s South Carolina leadership choices is  littered with controversy and bad decisions. Bernie Kerik, the man he  chose to lead the New York City police department for two years - who has  been connected to everything from organized crime to violating immigration  law to using police property for personal gain to sexual harassment, and  who plead guilty to a pair of ethics charges - was a good indicator of  what
was to be expected in the Palmetto State.    - The Palmetto Scoop    _______________    This message is NOT spam and was sent to you so you can keep up to date on  important happenings around South Carolina and pertaining to the South  Carolina presidential primaries.  If you no longer wish to receive these  emails, just reply to this message with "UNSUBSCRIBE" in the subject line.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 9, 2007 8:12 PM

    Aren’t they the same folks who said:

    “The “us-versus-them” mentality is fun for a while – until it consumes friendships and destroys mutually-beneficial alliances. The good of the people must eventually win out over petty squabbles. We Republicans agree 95 percent of the time; there’s no reason to tear ourselves apart over the five percent difference.”

    I vote for all blogs wearing their intent on their sleeves.

    Toast Graham!

  2. Paul permalink
    July 9, 2007 8:39 PM

    DeMint is a good man. No one should try to tear him down, especially the consultants (Richard Quinn & Associates) running the campaign of another Republican.

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