Like most of you know, I am a big Mark Sanford supporter, and I decided to 'eliminate' any and all other candidates for the upcoming Treasurer position. I was going to work on Rep. Converse Chellis, but after work, I see that someone else was working on that. That led me to the No. 2 guy - Earl "Love Gun" Capps.
In a deliciously deceptive move, I invited Earl to Florence to discuss the upcoming campaign. After three years of coercive activity, I had been able to identify Earl's weaknesses - women, Beer, and Fast Food. Since I can't get women myself, I decided to focus on the other two.
1) I did not withdraw my candidacy in return for any offers or promises,
2) I did not have sexual relations with that woman,
3) I did not inhale,
4) I have never referred to myself as "Love Gun", and
5) The Blogland will continue to offer its readers an independent (though often conservative) outsider look at South Carolina politics, and is NOT for sale at any price.
As Marion Berry, the famous former Mayor of Washington D.C. once said: "B**** set me up" ... and that's what I was, set up. I'm asking you, my readers, to ask yourselves if I'd really sell out for Arby's and a T-shirt.
Do y'all really think I'd stoop so low?
Blogland readers should be careful not to fall for any of the misleading smear campaigns being waged against those running for State Treasurer.