South Carolina Citizen Journal

August 31, 2009

Gubernatorial Candidates

I have looked at the websites for all of the candidates for our next governor and so far I see no one who wants to lead this state.

What will it take for someone to put their mouth where their money is and tell us what they will do to lead our state? We are nine years into the 21st century, but we pretend like it is 1952.

Someone please step up.



  1. Maybe you should crawl back under whatever rock you came out of.

    Comment by Bobby Nelson — August 31, 2009 @ 5:28 am

  2. As a student of political science and an ardent conservative I must say that Larry Grooms is essentially the embodiment of what conservative principles have to offer, and the candidate South Carolina can most trust.

    Contrary to the opinion of voters in the 2008 presidential election: experience matters, and a candidate’s voting record should be the most vital of data for our consideration. Senator Grooms has a 12 year record of true conservatism and pubic service to the people of South Carolina. He has the most conservative voting record in the Senate, from spending and expansion of government to life issues, his record speaks for itself. It is about time a legislator put his power to use, talking points and promises do nothing for the citizenry, and Senator Grooms has shown that his priority lies with the tax payers.

    Perhaps the most captivating aspect of Larry Grooms is his embodiment of the American Dream. His political life was not born of pride or want of glory; he became a public servant after having worked his way from a trailer to the business world where he experienced, first hand, the need for reform. He eventually became the founder and president of his own company. It is this drive, experience, and unwavering principle that can lead this state honestly and efficiently.

    In a nation controlled by the left and what can best be described as a “stander-by” right… I choose to put my faith in a man who was not only proven himself to the state, but also stands to remind us what true conservatism is.

    Comment by CV — September 22, 2009 @ 10:12 am

    • If you are interested in the race tune in to the first gop debate tonight. If you are on twitter the hash is #scdebate

      Comment by CV — September 22, 2009 @ 1:47 pm

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