We've heard much about Talbert Black, a libertarian who claims to be part of a group which is trying to influence the Republican Party to adopt his agenda.
When we say "his agenda", we found the puzzling use of first-person language in explaining the legislative scorecards put out by his supposed "group" known as the Palmetto Liberty PAC. The use of such language suggests that the vetting of these votes was done by Black himself, instead of a larger group, raising the question of whose agenda Black wants people to follow?
On the Senate scorecard, one can find where Black wrote regarding Item 9 (S 533): "This tax incentive is the most ridiculous I have ever seen." ... and on the House scoredcard, he writes on Item 12 (S 533, again): "This tax incentive is the most ridiculous I have ever seen."
Like Black's buddy, Harry Kibler, these guys may talk a big game but when looking under the hood, one might find not much more than one angry person blowing a lot of smoke. Before following Black, we simply say "buyer beware" ...